Stock Photo: Villa Giulia, by Ammannati Bartolomeo, Barozzi Jacopo known as Vignola, 1550 - 1553, 16th Century, visible Roman brick work and travertine, yellow ochre plaster.

Stock Photo - Villa Giulia, by Ammannati Bartolomeo, Barozzi Jacopo known as Vignola, 1550 - 1553, 16th Century, visible Roman brick work and travertine, yellow ochre plaster ... . Italy, Lazio, Rome (Rome), Villa Giulia. Detail. Front view of a 'kneeled' window on the low ground in the facade of the villa. It presents corbels, imposts, entablature, grating, triangular pediment, moldings, Corinthian pilasters, cornices and the bichrome grey-ochre.

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