The Decoration of the Sala Regia under Pope Paul III

Davidson, Bernice
September 1976
Art Bulletin;Sep76, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p395
Academic Journal
Presents a historical background on the decoration of Sala Regia, the great hall situated between the Sistine and Pauline Chapels in Vatican City built by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger, under Pope Paul III. Goals for building Sala Regia; Design of the vault coffering of the hall; Problems faced during construction of the hall; Payments made for the work on the vault stucchi.


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