Donato Bramante (1444-1514)

Donato d'Angelo Lazzari, named Le Bramante, was a famous Italian architect, born near Urbino and deceased in Rome (1444-1514).

Founder of the Milanese school of Art in the Early Renaissance, Bramante was employed by Pope Julius II to join the Belvedere Villa and the Old Vatican Palace through the Cortile del Belvedere, as well as to build the Basilica of Saint Peter in Rome.

Among his other large projects we mention the Tempietto (1502, San Pietro in Montorio, Rome), the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie (1498, Milan), and the Santa Maria Presso San Satiro, (1486, Milan).

e.g. Tintoretto, Pieta, etc.
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