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FRANCESCO BORROMINI. Sant’Agnese in Agone, Piazza Navona, Rome, Italy, 1653. Italian Baroque.

Thursday, 30 of June, 2011
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    "And if its not baroque, don’t fix it"
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    Borromini, my baby Bernini’s archnemesis.
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    Wow. This is truly beautiful. Pretty sure there is some shopping to enhance the sky and colors, but the Italian Baroque...
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