Palazzo Spada Roma - illusione di profondità

Palazzo Spada, Perspective Gallery by Francesco Borromini, Roma. The front bowt is 6 meters tall, the statue at the bottom is 80 centimeters high. The Gallery Seems to Be 40 mt.

Inside the Santo Spirito Church.  Architect: Filippo Brunelleschi. Florence, Italy. built 1436-82

I chose this because of the form and line of the ceiling. You can see the difference between the ceiling and the surrounding walls. Inside the Santo Spirito Church.

Borromini - Galleria prospettica - Palazzo Spada (1652-1653) [Parte quarta - L’inganno dei sensi]

Borromini - Galleria prospettica - Palazzo Spada (1652-1653) [Parte quarta - L’inganno dei sensi]

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Francesco Borromini, interior of the chiesa di San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, also called "San Carlino"

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ITALIAN BAROQUE ARCHITECTURE, Borromini; Chapel of Collegio di Propaganda Fide, Rome, begun 1647, by Borromini. "Borromini here moved more towards a kind of open structure that was later developed by Guarini."

Chapel of Collegio di Propaganda Fide, Rome, begun by Borromini. "Borromini here moved more towards a kind of open structure that was later developed by Guarini.

Basilica of San Lorenzo, Florence by Filippo Brunelleschi (1421-1440) interior showing nave toward the altar -  Brunelleschi used pietra serena, "the serene stone," to help create the calm sense of balance.

Basilica of San Lorenzo, Florence by Filippo Brunelleschi interior showing nave toward the altar - Brunelleschi used pietra serena, "the serene stone," to help create the calm sense of balance.

THE WEE HOUSE THAT CHANGED THE WORLD Tucked away on the east coast of Ireland is a neoclassic folly that was the driving architectural force for the Age of Enlightenment.

The Wee House That Changed the World

The Casino at Marino, in a suburb of Dublin, is a neoclassic folly in Palladian style, the driving architectural force for the Age of Enlightenment.

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