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date: 23 October 2019

Sabbatini, Niccolòlocked

(b Pesaro, 1574; d Pesaro, Dec 25, 1654).
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(b Pesaro, 1574; d Pesaro, Dec 25, 1654).

Italian architect, stage designer and theorist. He is first documented as active around 1598, when he rebuilt a chapel (destr.) in S Maria dei Servi, Pesaro. In 1610 he was appointed chief architect to Francesco Maria II della Rovere, Duke of Urbino, for whom he worked in 1613 as engineer on the new port of Pesaro; he also completed the ducal Paggeria (c. 1621), a building begun decades earlier by Filippo Terzi. Architectural activity in Pesaro was given great impetus by the marriage (1620) of the Duke’s only son, Federigo Ubaldo della Rovere, to Claudia de’ Medici. Sabbatini supervised the building of new apartments (altered) in the Palazzo Ducale and the construction of a temporary amphitheatre in the main salon. In the 1630s he built the octagonal Chiesa del Suffragio (later altered; now the fish market) and collaborated with the painter Giacomo Pandolfi (d ?after ...

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