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Album of Drawings.

Artist:
Filippo Juvarra (Italian, Messina 1678–1736 Madrid)
Date:
1678–1736
Medium:
1) Pen and brown ink, brush and gray wash. 2) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 3) 4) Black chalk. 5) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 6) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 7) Pen and brown ink, black chalk transfer. 8) Pen and brown ink, brush and gray wash, over black chalk. 9) Black chalk. 10) Black chalk. 11) Black chalk, with pen and brown ink inscription and sketches. 12) 13) Pen and brown ink, over traces of black chalk. 14) Pen and brown ink. 15) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 16) Black chalk. 17) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 18) 19) Black chalk. 20) Black chalk. 21) Black chalk, with some strengthening in pen and brown ink. 22) 23) Black chalk. 24) Black chalk. 25) Black chalk. 26) Black chalk. 27) Black chalk. 28) Black chalk. 29) Black chalk. 30) Black chalk. 31) Black chalk. 32) Black chalk. 33) Black chalk. 34) Black chalk. 35) Black chalk. 36) Black chalk. 37) Black chalk. 38) Black chalk. 39) Black chalk. 40) 41) 42) 43) 44) 45) 46) 47) 48) 49) 50) 51) Black chalk, pen and brown ink. 52) 53) Black chalk, pen and brown ink. 54) 55) Pen and brown ink, brush and wash, over black chalk. 56) 57) Pen and brown ink, brush and wash, over black chalk. 58) Pen and brown ink. 59) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 60) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 61) Brush and gray wash, over black chalk on lightweight paper. 62) 63) Black chalk. 64) 65) Black chalk. 66) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 67) Pen and brown ink, brush and gray wash, over black chalk. 68) Pen and brown ink, brush and two tones of gray wash, over black chalk. 69) Pen and brown ink, brush and two tones of brown wash, over black chalk. 70) Pen and brown ink. 71) Black chalk. 72) 73) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 74) 75) Pen and brown ink, brush and gray wash, over black chalk. 76) Black chalk, pen and brown ink. 77) Pen and brown ink, brush and gray wash, over black chalk. 78) Pen and brown ink. 79) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 80) 81) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 82) 83) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 84) 85) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 86) 87) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 88) 89) Black chalk. 90) 91) 92) Black chalk. 93) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 94) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 95) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 96) 97) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 98) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 99) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 100) 101) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 102) 103) Black chalk. 104) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 105) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 106) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 107) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 108) 109) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 110) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 111) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 112) 113) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 114) 115) Black chalk. 116) Pen and brown ink. 117) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 118) Pen and brown ink. 119) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 120) Pen and brown ink. 121) Pen and brown ink. 122) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 123) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 124) 125) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 126) Pen and brown ink. 127) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 128) 1) Pen and brown ink. 2) Black chalk. 129) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 130) 131) Black chalk. 132) 133) Black chalk. 134) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 135) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 136) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 137) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 138) 139) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 140) 141) 142) 143) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 144) 145) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 146) Black chalk. 147) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 148) 149) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 150) 151) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 152) 153) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 154) 155) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 156) Black chalk. 157) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 158) 159) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 160) Black chalk. 161) Black chalk. 162) 163) Pen and brown ink. 164) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 165) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 166) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 167) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 168) 169) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 170) 1) Pen and brown ink. 2) Pen and brown ink. 3) Black chalk. 171) Pen and brown ink. 172) 1) Pen and brown ink. 2) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash. 173) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 174) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 175) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 176) 177) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 178) 179) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 180) 181) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 182) Black chalk. 183) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 184) 185) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 186) 187) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 188) 189) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 190) Black chalk. 191) Black chalk. 192) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 193) 194) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 195) Black chalk, with a small remaining portion of a sketch in pen and brown ink. 196) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 197) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 198) Black chalk. 199) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 200) 201) Black chalk. 202) 203) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 204) 205) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 206) 207) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 208) 209) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 210) 211) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 212) 213) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 214) 215) 216) Black chalk, brush and brown wash. 217) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 218) Brush and gray wash, over black chalk. 219) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 220) Black chalk. 221) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 222) Pen and brown ink. 223) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 224) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 225) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 226) Black chalk. 227) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 228) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 229) Pen and brown ink. 230) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 231) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 232) 233) Black chalk. 234) Pen and brown ink. 235) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 236) 237) Black chalk. 238) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 239) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 240) Black chalk, brush and gray wash. 241) Black chalk, brush and gray wash. 242) Black chalk, brush and gray wash. 243) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 244) 245) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 246) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 247) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 248) Pen and brown ink, over black chalk. 249) Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk. 250)
Dimensions:
Overall: 11 9/16 x 8 3/8 x 1 1/16 in. (29.4 x 21.2 x 2.7 cm)
Classifications:
Albums, Ornament & Architecture, Drawings
Credit Line:
Rogers Fund, 1969
Accession Number:
69.655
Not on view
Inscription: Inscriptions and annotations:
1) Inscribed, Filippo Vasconi [In Juvarra's hand].

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4) Inscribed, Cav.e Carlo Fontana [In Juvarra's hand].

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6) Inscribed, Impresa, ó arme del Sig.re Monasti [?] Marisical [?] di [or al] Tesino / Gra.de [?] Sopraintendente del Maesta Svedesa [In Juvarra's hand].

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8) Inscribed, Pianta del acrescimento della stanza segniata A. / e sua Capelletta fatta in Lucca al Ill.mo/Giovan Batista Spada deg.mo Fratello del E.mo Spadino.

9) Inscribed, Pianta della palazzina del Sig. Controni [?] in Lucca.

10) Inscribed, Del Sig. Pietro Catin [?] / in Monsaquilici / per una casa [There is an additional line of the inscription preceding those visible now hadden under the attachment tab.]

11) Scale: 40 units at right border. Pianta p[er] la / Palazzina da farsi in [?] sito [?] / vechio

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13) Inscribed, Prospettive fatti a 15: Agosto / 1704. in Roma

14) Inscribed, 1) Marchesi al dovere, se in questa occasione no[n] dase / distinta notitia di mia salute, e conoscendo quanto / Lei mi pó giovare co[n] Le sue orationi acciò im / petrare apresso á Iddio il perdono delli mei / peccati e la ricuperazione di mia salute che / da molto, perssa [?] pensa [?] co[n] Febre, e una grandissima / dearea consideri Lei in che agristia [?] mi sono / trovato e presentemente mi trovo; la suppl. . . / che no[n] dica niente di questo a nessuno / accio no[n] vengga a l'orechi delli mei / parenti perche sarebbe un afrigerlli[?] al / som[m]o; e senza loro potermi dare rimedio.
2) La favorita del

15) Inscribed, Pensiero p[er] disegnio / da farsi in / pulito.

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17) Inscribed, 1) Altare del Priorato del Sig.re / d: panfilio. 2) al Priorato di panfilio

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19) Inscribed, bernino a Casel [sig] Candolfo / altare maggiore

20) Inscribed, Catella sú la parte interiore della Chiesa / di Castel Candolfo Opera di marmo / fatta dal Cav.e Bernino.

21) Inscribed, bernino a Castel Candolfo / Parte della Cupola / di Stucco.

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51) Inscribed, rota dietro p. 7 1/6
Coda p.mi 14 1/2
Rota davanti p. 3 1/2
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55) Inscribed, [on the verso, ie page 56] Pensiero d'un disegno da farsi / aun Sig.re Principale della / Accademia co[n] ideare \ Il Campidoglio te. . . ta [terranta? / tenurta? / or, acording to Mary L.Myers, festanta?] per la suddetta

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57) [on the verso, i.e., page 58] Altro pensiero p[er] il / Medesimo [The verso also contains an ink sketch of the nib of a drafting pen and trial letters with a pen.]

58) Inscribed, [verso of page 57] Altro pensiero p[er] il medesimo.

59) Inscribed, Fontana nella piazza / Barbarina opera / del Cavl Bernino

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63) Inscribed, p[er] disegni da rigalare

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65) Inscribed, p[er] disegni del medesimo / fine

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68) Inscribed, Linea, ochio, orizontale, distante, pianta reale, etc.

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70) Inscribed, Molto mi rallegro con V.S.mo

71) Inscribed, Pensiero e posina[?] fatto in pulito p[er] L'altare / maggiore della Chiesa delle Monache / di S. Chiara in Roma

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73) Inscribed, Pensiero d'un altare / Isolato.

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75) Inscribed, Palazzio da farsi in Lucca / vicino a Viareggio ai / Sig.ri Guiniggi

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77) Inscribed, Altro pensiero p[er] li Medesimi

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79) Inscribed, Arco Trionfale p[er] il disegnio / della Accademia / an[n]o 1707

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81) Inscribed, Archo Trionfale

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83) Inscribed, Archo trionfale

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85) Inscribed, [top] Archo trionfale; [bottom right] Arco trionfale p[er] l'Accademia \ l'An[n]o 1707

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87) Inscribed, 1) Mozzola [?] di legnio intagliata 2) Maschera 3) Maschera

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89) Inscribed, Architrave Feggio e Cornice della / Chiesa di S. Giovanni Laterano / Opera di Cav.re Borromino.

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92) Inscribed, 1) Finestra della stessa / Chiesa. 2) Capitello di S. Giovan[n]e / Laterano

93) Inscribed, Pensiero, e poi messo in polito, di una Scala / p[er] il Sig.re D. Mutio Spadafora / in Messina.

94) Inscribed, Porta [?] vechia della facciata della casa del Sig.re Spadafora di Messina

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97) Inscribed, Prospettive fatte a 28 Agosto in Roma / L'an[n]o 1706

98) Inscribed, [Sheet contains a list of names followed by numbers, an incomplete phrase, several concentric circles, and a sketch of an entablature, as follows:]
1) La presente sarà solo che [?] faci [?] a . . . / 2) Domenico S[?]aji 40 / Filippo Timana [?] 30 / Filippo Visone 30 / Filippo Vascone 50 / Pietro Scritor 50 / R[?]enche Vinaldi 30

99) Inscribed, Bernino nel portico del Vaticano / nel Latto sinistro oposto ala / gran Scala Reggia

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104) Inscribed, Per una Fontana di Giardino

105) Inscribed, P[er] un deposito d'un Principe

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107) Inscribed, Questo al[t]erino ven[n]e di pittura, e stucco nel Palazzo / della Sig. . . . al Gesú

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109) Inscribed, 1) Portone p[er] giardino / 2) Pilastro e parte del confessionaro / della chiesa di Gesú e Maria / al Corso [with inscribed dimensions] 3) Idea p[er] legare due porte / co[n] un sol finimento

110) Inscribed, Questo disegnio e di un discepolo / di Fontana che doppo fu un / gran homo nel disegnio e / q[uesto] fu il suo principio nella sua / tenera eta / speranza che deve avere / ogni uno della / Virtú

111) Inscribed, ALEXANDER. VII. / CHISIUS

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115) Inscribed, Questa e una piccola villa per un Prencipe privato, nella quale vi e il / comodo di due appartamenti segregati per mezzo d'una sala, in figura / di cupola; co[n] scale centinate co[n] la medema circonferenza della \ su detta sala; e co[m]modi sotterranei;

116) Inscribed, La vostra favorita

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118) Inscribed, . . . del Piano nobile, e' pian terreno, del sito vechio
A. Cortile in P. lungezza P: 60. e largezza 34
B. Scala scoperta che porta al piano nobile
C. Porta della sala montandosi 6. scalini se viene al piano dalla [sala[crossed out] [sic] sú detta
D. Sala, con cinque [fenestre[crossed out] [sic] vani nella strada (faciata), e 3 (tre) nel cortile
E. Ante camera
F. Camera da dormire con sua arcova
G. Cocinetta co[n] il suo ingresso [di fuori[crossed out] [sic] del passatore e della stanza
H. Porta che conduce ala scala Lumaca
I. Porta che conduce ai 4 stanzzi contrasegniati. K
L. Porta che conduce al passatore della scala scoperta
M. Pozzo
N. Sito che si pretende [?] inalzare las[c]inadoci il pian terreno in servigio / della bottega gia' terminata presentemente
Vicoletto che [ne esce in strada[crossed out] [sic] termina nella linea*
Vicolo che po[r]ta al piano di S. Nicolo / Strada [del rouolo maestro[crossed out] [sic] detta del rouolo.
[In a box at the right to be added to the piano nobile?]
M. Scala che / porta al secondo / piano caminando / in due bracci semplici
N. Muro che si de / ve demolire e trasportarsi / ina[n]zi nel segnio N.
Indice del Pian terreno della nova casa [co[n]sta[crossed out] [sic] / stando sopra i muri gia piantati vechi [vechi[crossed out] [sic]
A. Portone principale co[n] un altro in simetria per no[n] potere cenire in mezzo -- della facciata / exteriore
B. Vestibolo o ingresso della casa
C. Cortile paralello Grabbo [?].
D. Scala vechia [?] caminando in due bracci e poscia unendosi in una portando al piano / Nobile co[n] bona inventione e com[m]odita.
E. Officine e rimesse per comodo di detta casa
F. Magazeno di vino unendosi ad altro sito segniato F. per mezzo della sotto sala
G. Pasticiero co[n] sui comodi é scala che porta in mezanini
H. Sito per l'altro magazeno, e potervi [?] cavare [?] scala per affitto delli mezanini / sopra detto
I. Posso trasportato in mezzo per simetria del Cortile

119) Inscribed, URBANUS VII BARBERINUS / ROMANUS

120) Inscribed, [In]dice del Piano Nobile
A. Cortile
B. Scala che porta in detto piano Nobile
C. Ripiano co[n] l'ingresso principale della sala e anche nelle seconde / . . .nze [?]
D. Sala co[n] suo soffitto - a volta
E. Prima stanza
F. Seconda sta[a]za
G. Capella p[er] comodo della Messa
[From this point on the identifying letter is hidden by the paper tab that was used to attach pages 117, 118, 119 and 120 in binding the album.]

passo che riceve il lume La capella [della finestra[crossed out] [sic] e ingresso / dela Galeria
Galeria co[n] 8 finestroni regolati co[n] sua ringera
Stanza da dormire
Camarella a volta adornata co[n] statue e letto a padiglione
Gabinetto [per accomodo delle Sig.re[crossed out] [sic] secreto
Porta che . . . [?] il comodo per salire al 2[supper script 0] piano Porta per andare al'alt[r]o quarto
[Drawing of right jamb of a doorway]
Stanza da dormire co[n] sua anchoua
Scala che porta ai mezzanini
[Ringera che partecipa[crossed out] [?] [la galleria con la 2a stanza[crossed out] [sic]
Scala che porta al Ter0 piano -- [line]
Spacco della lettera A. a B. --
Spacco della lettera C. a D.
S. Clemente Gori Rossi
Legend identifying letters on a plan of the piano nobile of an unidentified palace (see page 118)

121) Inscribed, Caris.mo Fratello
Parte p[er] costi la felusa del P. [Dom. Nasi[crossed out] [sic] anzi / Nuntio Minesi cui [?] dò queste quattro linee p[er] avvisar . . . / d[ello] stato di mia bona salute, nel q[ua]le sono stati rato p[er] una flussione alla guancia adesso stò benon[e] / e penso al mio ritorno, che sara fra quatto, ò cinque / giorni, vogliatemi bene . . . [?] io vi abbraccio caram[ente] e / bacio le manj, salute a tuttj e p[er] riverenza alla / Sig.ra d. Giovanna e tutte l'altre sig.re e di nuovo vi abbra[ccio]

Vostro Sene [?] e frat.o
che

122) Inscribed, 1) Arme del Sig. Bertoni / di Messina 2) Bertoni

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125) Inscribed, Dell' Autore

126) Inscribed, Geometria dell Viola [plus illegible three words crossed out. In addition, each of the sides of the polygons is identified.]

127) Inscribed, Pensiero del coretto di S. Gregorio / di Messina e messo in opera.

128) Inscribed, [Text of letter] Si prega il Sig.re D. Filippo dal / Sig.re Cav.re Franco Fontana à favo / rire di fare le piante in questi / due disegni e dargli d'aquarella / perche io saro qua a venti ore / per andare con lei allo studio / per portare li su detti allo sudio perche hanno d'andare a ventuno / ora dal Card. Panfilij e lo / riverisco e fava al culo e bene indentro a V. S.
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[At left border] me ne me lo un quarto
[Along right border]
Si prega il Sig.re D. Filippo dal Cav. F. Fontana

129) Inscribed, Cornice del Cortile di Farnesse / opera di Michel Angelo

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131) Inscribed, 1) Primo ordine del / Cortile di Farnese 2) Primo [in black chalk]

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133) Inscribed, Pianta del angolo / del dado di farnese / interiore

134) Inscribed, Il portico e fiancho / di Campidoglio / opera del Bonaroti

135) Inscribed, Parte laterale di Porta Pia / opera di Michiele-Andelo

136) Inscribed, Arme nella detta / porta.

137) Inscribed, CLEMENS X / ALTERIIS ROMAN . . . / PONT. MAX

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145) Inscribed, DEO / UNI / TRINO [with TRINUS underneath]

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149) Inscribed, Bernini a S. Andrea a Monte Cavallo

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153) Inscribed, Dimostratione p[er] marchare l'agetto, dov[u]to, al cornice / p[er] mancanza di no[n] haver dato il solito dritto a la / volta, errore giá anticamente fatto, é adesso / coretto co[n] marcare l'agetto \ su detto

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159) Inscribed, [on escutcheon] FAEDARL POTIUS MORI QUAM

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161) Inscribed, Porta di S. Giovan[ni] opera \ di Borromino

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164) Inscribed, 1) Fatta la partenza no[n] s'vidde / altro che mare, é cielo, e dop / Sarebbe troppo e / Sarebbe quanto facesse aproposito,

2) Questa e la pianta; d'una mezza cupola \ co[n] le sue misure della chiesa / fatta ad inventione / in Napoli 1670-6. Ma[r]zo

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169) Inscribed, Pianta del Novitia / to della Co.ia di Gesù / S. Andre a Monte / Cavallo

170) Inscribed, Boromino

171) Inscribed, Finestre nella / Facciata del Pa[la]zzo / delli Sig. Barperini / nella parte / del giardino / opera / del Cav.e Borromino

172) Inscribed, 1) Pofilo interiore della Chiesa / di S. Andrea a M.e Cavallo
2) Caricatura di paolo filocamo / mentre dormiva
3) S. Andrea Chisa F . . . [?]
4) ordine composto 5) Spacato

173) Inscribed, D. PAULUS FILOCAM / Messannsis et Pitetor Virtuosus

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175) Inscribed, Disegnio della cupola / di S. Andrea li fratti / opera del Sig. Cav.e Borromino / no[n] havendosi affetuata \ p[er] la monte del medesimo

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177) Inscribed, 1) Palazzo in Roma 2) Pietro Cortona alla / Chiesa Nova
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179) Inscribed, Piedestallo co[n] l'arme delli Sig.ri Cirini di Messina / p[er] fare una Memoria a la Sig.a D,a Margarita [?] / Cirino Monacha in S. M. La Scala

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183) Inscribed, Ripiego preso dall Cavalier Fran.co Borromino nell palazzo delli Sig.ri Falchonieri / esendo una porta, fora del contro del muro che faceva \ Facciata al'uscire di certe s[t]anzze

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187) Inscribed, Orologgio di tavolino \ p[er] / il Sig. Coriolano. Orsucci

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192) Inscribed, Per un altare di S. Gregorio / di Messina

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194) Inscribed, Per il coretto di S. Gregorio

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196) Inscribed, Per il Medesimo ad istanza / delli Sig.i Ruffi

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203) Inscribed, Altare p[er] S. Giuseppe nella chiesa / di S. F.co di Paola delle / Mo.e Calabresi

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205) Inscribed, Per L'istesso

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207) Inscribed, Memoria da farsi an [?] cavili [?] di / Malleta [?] [Malta?] opera di / Marmo

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209) Inscribed, P[er] il detto S. Giuseppe

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211) Inscribed, Memorie Sepulcrali p[er] Monsig.re / Panciatici di Firenze

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213) Inscribed, Primo pensiero p[er] un Palazzio / sul mare di Biareggio spiaggia / della Marina di Lucca

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217) Inscribed, Per il su detto

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219) Inscribed, Primo ordine della facciata del Palazzo Barbarini / verso la strada rosella

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221) Inscribed, Secondo ordine della dacciata del Palazzo Barbarini / verso la strada Rosella

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223) Inscribed, P[er] una facciata di Chiesa / della SS. Trinta di Lucca

224) Inscribed, P[er] una facciata di chiesa / p[er] Lucca

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227) Inscribed, Frontispitio di Libro

228) Inscribed, Facciata del Ospidale da farsi / in Lucca opera messa in polito ed esaminata / L'an[n]o 1706

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230) Inscribed, Pianeta / arco baleno / leone r . . . [?] al l'albero di alivo / ce[r]vo che face [?] sciodrio [?]

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233) Inscribed, Arme nel angolo della Cantonata
234) Inscribed, Pianta de lo Palazzo [terminato[crossed out] [sic] da terminare sul sito che esiste presentemente / conforma dimostra il colo[re] giallo, c[on] i muri neri il novo. / Stradone e suo l'atrio, che esiste in detta Villa da demolirsi / Stradone da farsi secondo la presente pianta / co[n] trasoprtare il med.mo portone / Altro stradone per semetrizare [?] l'oposto, / Persini [?] ala Francia [?] Cortile inanzi e e adietro casa e suoi p . . . [?] bunamesto [?] ale rimesse che cadono e altri commodi / Sito di pozzo nero da prenderssi [?] dal vicino Pad.ne seza di quale non si puo uniformare e / semetrizare [?] la fabrica. / Centro della visuale dei 3 stradoni
Pianta della Villa ridotta secondo la piu meglio forma / di ornan . . . [?] in Mosanquili [?] del Ill.mo Sig. Pie. Contoni[?] [Controni?]

235) Inscribed, Primo pensiero p[er] la Capella di S. Filippo a S. Girolamo / del Sig. Avocato Antemori, messa in opera l['an[n]o 1708

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243) Inscribed, nella facciata principale No. 10

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246) Inscribed, 1. Domenico Alotta / 2. Caterina Alotta / 3. An[n]a Alotta / 4. Giuseppe Alotta / 5. Franceso Alotta / 6. Laura Palumbaro / 7. Giuseppe Nostro / 8. Francesca Nostro / 9. Rosa Scarfij / 10. Gratia Cosoia / 11. Domenica Nostro / 12. Angela Caloino

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248) Inscribed, 1) [On arch] VOVET[?]E 2) [Above arch to right] La sola facciata del vostro / palazzo vorei o do . . . / in luce dove [all cancelled]

249) Inscribed, Secondo pensiero / della Capella di S. Fipo / in S. Girolamo.
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Marking: Watermarks: six-pointed star within a circle surmounted by a cross with an F below, near Heawood 3874; anchor within a circle surmounted by a six-pointed star with an F below, near Heawood 5 and 6 but lacking the letters within the circle these first two appear most frequently; fleur-de-lys within a circle with an F below; fleur-de-lys in double circle surmounted by small crown; small oval escutcheon containing two monticules (?) surmounted by a flower (?), above crossed keys (?); escutcheon with cross surmounted by small crown above two vertical circles, the top one containing two nearly indecipherable letter's, ET (?), near Heawood series 730-775, but not conforming exactly to any; bird; bird and letter N within a circle; three monticules surmounted by a bird within a circle surmounted by an F, near Heawood 166; circle containing a bird above three monticules, surmounted by a cross within a semicircle (?) .

Flyleaves of rough oatmeal paper, each watermarked with an anchor within a circle surmounted by a six-pointed star with an F below.

Watermarks:
1) Dove on three mounts enclosed in a circle with the letter F above.
2) Verso of page 1.
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6) Unidentifiable fragment at edge of sheet.
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11) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside.
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15) Fleur-de-lys in a circle with an F below.
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21) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
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23) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
24) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
25) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
26) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
27) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
28) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
29) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
30) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
31) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
32) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
33) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
34) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
35) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
36) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
37) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
38) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
39) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
40) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
41) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
42) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
43) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
44) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
45) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
46) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
47) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
48) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
49) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
50) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
51) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
52) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
53) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
54) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle withe the letter I inside (same as pages 11 and 12).
55) Double circle, with crown above and F below, containing a fleur-de-lys.
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61) (Difficult to decipher) oval escutcheon in a elaborate frame (?) with either a crown or fleur-de-lys above.
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63) Anchor within a circle with a six-pointed star above and an F below, near Heawood 5 and 6, but lacking the letters within the circle.
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65) Dove on three mounts enclosed in a circle with the letter F above, near Heawood 166.
66) Verso of page 65.
67) Dove on three mounts enclosed in a circle with the letter F above, near Heawood 166.
68) Dove on three mounts enclosed in a circle with the letter F above, near Heawood 166.
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75) Anchor within a circle with a six-pointed star above and an F below.
76) Verso of page 75.
77) Anchor within a circle with a six-pointed star above and an F below.
78) Verso of page 76.
79) (Difficult to decipher) Cross inside a vertical oval flanked by rampant lions (?) and surmounted by a crown, over two circles, the top of one containing an unidentified emblem.
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81) (Difficult to decipher) Cross inside a vertical oval flanked by rampant lions (?) and surmounted by a crown, over two circles, the top of one containing an unidentified emblem.
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85) (Difficult to decipher) Cross inside a vertical oval flanked by rampant lions (?) and surmounted by a crown, over two circles, the top of one containing an unidentified emblem.
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89) (Difficult to decipher) Cross inside a vertical oval flanked by rampant lions (?) and surmounted by a crown, over two circles, the top of one containing an unidentified emblem.
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92) (Difficult to decipher) Cross inside a vertical oval flanked by rampant lions (?) and surmounted by a crown, over two circles, the top of one containing an unidentified emblem.
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97) Dove on three mounts enclosed in a circle with the letter F above.
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101) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with a greek cross inside.
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105) (Difficult to decipher).
106) (Difficult to decipher).
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109) Dove on three mounts enclosed in a circle with the letter F above.
110) Verso of page 109.
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121) Anchor inside a circle with a six-pointed star above an F below.
122) Verso of page 121.
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127) Dove on three mounts enclosed in a circle with the letter F above.
128) Verso of page 127.
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133) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside.
134) Verso of page 133.
135) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside.
136) Verso of page 135.
137) Anchor inside a circle with a six-pointed star above an F below.
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139) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside.
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141) Anchor inside a circle with a six-pointed star above an F below.
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163) Difficult to decipher.
164) Difficult to decipher.
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167) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside.
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169) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside.
170) Same sheet as page 169.
171) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside.
172) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside.
173) Dove on three mounts enclosed in a circle with the letter F above.
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175) Anchor inside a circle with a six-pointed star above an F below.
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183) Anchor inside a circle with a six-pointed star above an F below.
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189) Circle, with a six-pointed star above and an F below, enclosing an anchor.
190) Verso of page 189.
191) Verso of page 189.
192) Circle, with a six-pointed star above and an F below, enclosing an anchor (same as pages 194 and 199, also for San Gregorio).
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194) Anchor inside a circle with a six-pointed star above an F below.
195) Anchor inside a circle with a six-pointed star above an F below.
196) Anchor inside a circle with a six-pointed star above an F below (same as pages 194 - 199, 192).
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198) Anchor inside a circle with a six-pointed star above an F below.
199) Anchor inside a circle with a six-pointed star above an F below.
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203) Circle, with a six-pointed star above and an F below, enclosing an anchor.
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207) Circle, with a six-pointed star above and an F below, enclosing an anchor.
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209) Circle, with a six-pointed star above and an F below, enclosing an anchor.
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213) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside.
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221) Dove on three mounts enclosed in a circle with the letter F above.
222) Verso of page 221.
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225) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside.
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231) (Difficult to decipher). Cross inside a vertical oval, surmounted by a crown, with rampant lions for supporters above two circles, the top one containing an unidentified emblem.
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233) (Difficult to decipher). Cross inside a vertical oval, surmounted by a crown, with rampant lions for supporters above two circles, the top one containing an unidentified emblem.
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239) Circle, with a six-pointed star above and an F below, enclosing an anchor.
240) Circle, with a six-pointed star above and an F below, enclosing an anchor.
241) Circle, with a six-pointed star above and an F below, enclosing an anchor.
242) Circle, with a six-pointed star above and an F below, enclosing an anchor.
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245) Circle, with a six-pointed star above and an F below, enclosing an anchor.
246) Verso of page 245.
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249) Circle, with a latin cross above and the letter F below, enclosing a six-pointed star containing a circle with the letter I inside (near Heawood 3874 -- Myers).
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Bartolommeo Sestini - Capoliveri, Elba, formerly Pisa; Sala delle Stagioni, Pisa - May 20, 1966, lot 98 as Filippo Vasconi, two repr.
Myers, Architectural and Ornament Drawings, New York, MMA, l975. p. 27, no. 36
Colta Ives, Janet S. Byrne, Mary L. Myers, Suzanne Boorsch, Weston J. Naef, David W. Kiehl, The Metropolitan Museum of Art The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Notable Acquisitions, 1965-1975: Prints, Architecture and Ornament. New York, 1975, p. 201, ill.

Mary L. Myers Architectural and Ornament Drawings: Juvarra, Vanvitelli, The Bibiena Family & Other Italian Draughtsmen. Exh. cat. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1975, cat. no. 36a-l, fig. no. 36a-l, pp. 27-33, ill.

Henry A. Millon Corpus Juvarrianum: Filippo Juvarra: Drawings from the Romen Period: 1704-1714. vol. 1, Rome, 1984, fig. no. pp. 3-66, pp. 175-21, ill.



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