Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan (A-E); the Ospedale Maggiore, Milan (G-H): plans, sections and perspectives
|Architect/Designer||Bramante, Donato (1444-1514)|
|Ricchino, Francesco Maria (1583-1658)|
|Filarete, Antonio (1396-1465)|
|Solari, Guiniforte (c. 1425- c. 1481)|
|View||Exterior | Interior | Plan|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
|Subject||Hospitals ; Churches|
SOURCE: J. C. Palmes (ed.). Sir Banister Fletcher's A History of architecture, 18th ed. (London: Athlone Press, 1975), p. 819 NOTES: Santa. Maria delle Grazie is a 15th century church (possibly by Guiniforte Solari who built the adjacent convent in 1469), to which Bramante added the choir, transepts and crossing in 1492-1497. The Ospedale Maggiore, the earliest municipal hospital was built from 1457 onwards, by architects, Antonio Filarate, who designed the main facades, completed by his successor Guiniforte Solari in 1465. The building was completed c. 1624 by Francesco Maria Ricchini. Both buildings were badly damaged by bombing in 1943.
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