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Vignola

[ vee-nyaw-lah ]
/ viˈnyɔ lɑ /
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noun

Gia·co·mo da [jah-kaw-maw dah], /ˈdʒɑ kɔ mɔ dɑ/, Giacomo Barocchio or Barozzi, 1507–73, Italian architect.

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How to use Vignola in a sentence

  • The whole is as painfully dry as the transfer of a student's compass from a page of Vignola.

    Cathedrals of Spain|John A. (John Allyne) Gade
  • The present edifice was the work of Vignola and Giacomo della Porta in 1582.

    Walks in Rome|Augustus J.C. Hare
  • He is said to have had Vignola's designs for the architectural parts.

    Intarsia and Marquetry|F. Hamilton Jackson

British Dictionary definitions for Vignola

Vignola
/ (Italian viɲˈɲɔːla) /

noun

Giacomo Barozzi da (ˈdʒaːkomo baˈrɔttsi da). 1507–73, Italian architect, whose cruciform design for Il Gesù, Rome, greatly influenced later Church architecture
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