Palazzo Brignole Cardinale (Palazzo Rosso), via Garibaldi (formerly Strada Nuova), Genoa: perspective sketch of the front entrance, featuring foliate corbels, the Cardinal's coat of arms, carved Atlantes and a balustrade
Architect/Designer Corradi, Pietro Antonio (1613-1683) Parodi, Filippo (1630-1702) Artist/Photographer Porter, J.H. (fl. 1846-47) Country Italy City Genoa Subject Date 1672 Image Date 1846 View Exterior Style Baroque Medium Drawing Library Reference SD58/21 Orientation Landscape Colour Info Black and white Credit RIBA Collections Subject Balconies ; Entrances ; Balustrades ; Town houses ; Decorative stonework ; Caryatids
NOTES: This town house was built for two brothers, Ridolfo and Gio Francesco Brignole Sale between 1671 and 1677. Its design is attributed to P. A. Corradi. The Atlantes were executed by the sculptor Filippo Parodi in 1671.
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