Fontana, Giacomo

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Fontana, Giacomo (1710–73). Italian architect. He made a major contribution in Poland during the reign of King Stanisław Augustus Poniatowski (1764–95), working in a refined early Neo-Classical style. He designed the façade of the Church of the Holy Cross (1756), and the interiors of the Krasiński Palace, both in Warsaw (1766–73).

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Lampugnani (ed.) & Robertson (1984)