Andrea Tirali

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Andrea Tirali (1657–1737) was an Italian architect working in Venice and the Veneto.[1] He is known to have worked at Villa Duodo at Monselice and the Chiesa and Convento di San Nicolò at Tolentino. At Villa Duodo he added to the work of the architect Vincenzo Scamozzi. Tirali was responsible for the intricate design of the pavement in the Piazza San Marco in Venice,[2] for the elaborate tomb of the Valier family and for St Dominic Chapel in the Basilica of Saints Giovanni e Paolo, Venice. He also designed the portico to the Church of Tolentini, Venice from an idea of Scamozzi, the S. Vidal's facade and the entrance staircase to Ca' Sagredo. He was the architect of Villa Sceriman at Mira and Villa Morosini at Fiesso Umbertiano; of him the restauratiom of SS. Apostoli's towerbell, Scuola of Angelo Custode at Santi Apostoli, Palazzo Venier and Ponte dei Tre Archi at Cannaregio, Palazzo Castelli at S. Marina...all that in Venice. Of his the aechitect of St Vidal' s Vision Sanctuary at Pellestrina

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  1. ^ Andrea Tirali at the archINFORM database. (retrieved 21 August 2007)
  2. ^ World Architecture retrieved 21 August 2007