Sangallo, Antonio da, the Younger
When Raphael died in 1520 da Sangallo shared responsibility for St Peter's with Peruzzi, becoming sole architect in 1536. His ideas for the building are clear from the model of 1538–43, with a rather busy multistorey façade flanked by tall towers, not executed. There is no doubt that it was aesthetically unsatisfactory, and lacked the sense of Roman grandeur implicit in the Bramante and later Michelangelo schemes. He carried out many works for fortifications in the Roman region, much ecclesiastical design (e.g. the Cesi Chapel, Santa Maria della Pace, Rome (1530)), and various schemes for the Vatican (e.g. the Pauline Chapel (1540–6)).
C. Frommel & N. Adams (eds.) (1994);
C. Frommel (1973);
Placzek (ed.) (1982);
Spagnesi (ed.) (1986);
Jane Turner (1996)
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