Borromini, Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza, Rome, 1642-1660, Dome Interior

So before I went for art history, I was devoted to architecture. It’s actually my related area for my art history degree. I love this building by Borromini, all the symbolism, tradition, and craft. Enjoy.

(Submitted by whiskeyblossom)

 

Posted on March 23 2011, with 46 Notes

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    One day, I will see this.
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    Borromini.
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    When it comes to architecture, I’m woman enough to admit Borromini > Bernini.
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