Piety and patronage in seicento Rome: Two noblewomen and their convents

Dunn, Marilyn
December 1994
Art Bulletin;Dec94, Vol. 74 Issue 4, p644
Academic Journal
Presents a study of two women who founded two convents in seicento Rome. Responsibility for construction and decoration of their convents and adjoining churches; Anna Colonna Barberini for the Discalced Carmelite convent of S. Maria Regina Coeli; Camilla Orsini Borghese for the convent of SS. Annunziata of the order of Turchine.


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