Villa Papa Giulia, Via Flaminia entrance, Rome: elevation and details of the fountain with an inverted portico of the Corinthian order indicated below

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RIBApix ref no RIBA29061
Architect/DesignerAmmannati, Bartolomeo (1511-1592)
Vasari, Giorgio (1511-1574)
Vignola, Giacomo Barozzi da (1507-1573)
Artist/PhotographerAmmannati, Bartolomeo (1511-1592)
Vasari, Giorgio (1511-1574)
CountryItaly
CityRome
Subject Date1550
Image Date1550
ViewExterior
StyleRenaissance
MediumDrawing
Library ReferenceSB137/BD/VIII/1 verso
OrientationPortrait
Colour / B&W Colour
Credit RIBA Collections
Notes NOTES: This drawing is part of the Burlington Devonshire Collection. Pope Julius III assigned the initial design of the villa (also known as the Casino della Vigna di Papa Giulia III) to Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola in 1551-1553. The nymphaeum and other garden structures, however, were designed by Bartolomeo Ammanati under the supervision of Giorgio Vasari. The authorship of this drawing is disputed but it has been previously attributed to Giorgio Vasari and Bartolomeo Ammannati. It is one of a number of drawings from the Burlington Devonshire Collection. Howard Burns believes that the draughtsman was French.

Subject tags

sculpture, villas, columns, fountains, porticos, town houses