Giuliano da Sangallo ( Italian: Giuliano da Sangallo ; born as Giuliano Giamberti ( Italian: Giuliano Giamberti ); c. 1445, Florence - 1516, Rome ) - Florentine engineer , architect , who participated, in addition to numerous fortifications, also in the construction of civil and religious buildings Tuscany and Rome at the invitation of Lorenzo de Medici , and then two popes.
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The most outstanding buildings of Giuliano da Sangallo include the church of Santa Maria delle Carcheri in Prato (1484-95) and the Villa Medici in Poggio a Caiano near Prato (1485-92).
- 1 Biography and creativity
- 2 family
- 3 notes
- 4 References
Biography and Creativity
Son of (1405-1480); at first he was an engraver, woodcarver and engineer; then turning to architecture, he built  :
- the remarkable cloister at the Carmelite monastery of in Florence,
- Church of the in Prato (1484-1495),
- for the Dukes of Medici in Poggio a Caiano near Prato (1485-1492),
- and the Augustinian monastery in Florence at the gates of San Gallo (from which came the nickname of this artist and his family members).
After that they were built in Rome  :
- dome of the Church of Our Lady of Loretta ,
- facade of the church of Santa Maria del Anima ,
- cloister of the monastery of San Pietro in Vincoli with its famous well, decorated with four columns.
When Julius II ascended the papal throne, da Sangallo, who was working under Alexander VI on the installation of a luxurious wooden ceiling in the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore , left Rome, resenting the fact that the pope did not entrust the construction of the Peter Cathedral to him, the author of the original project, but on Bramante . After the death of this architect, Julius II called da Sangallo back to Rome and entrusted him with the construction of the Palazzo Magliano , and also attracted him to the construction of the Cathedral of St. Petra; but since he was to supervise the construction together with Raphael , he again went to Florence and began to erect the fortifications of the city of Pisa . Under Leo X, he again appeared in Rome to supervise the construction of St. Peter's Basilica, but was already too old for that. 
His younger brother Antonio (1455-1534) - architect, builder of the castle of St. Angela and Palazzo Farnese in Rome  .
- German National Library , Berlin State Library , Bavarian State Library , etc. Record # 118799770 // General regulatory control (GND)
- Benezit Dictionary of Artists
- BNF ID : Open Data Platform
- Sangallo, yes- // Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary : in 86 volumes (82 volumes and 4 additional). - SPb. , 1890-1907.
- Sangallo // Small Encyclopedic Dictionary of Brockhaus and Efron : in 4 volumes - St. Petersburg. 1907-1909.
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- Sangallo - article from the Great Soviet Encyclopedia .