Filippo Barigioni

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Barigioni's fountain base supporting the obelisk in front of the Pantheon, Rome.
S. Gregorio a Ponte Quattro Capi, Rome, completed 1729.

Filippo Barigioni (1690–1753) was an Italian sculptor and architect working in the Late Baroque tradition.

Bariogioni was born in Rome. His career was spent largely on papal commissions, including aqueducts and fountains, in and around Rome. As a professor of architecture at the Accademia di San Luca, his most important pupil was Carlo Marchionni.

He died in Rome in 1753.

Main works[edit]


  1. ^ Touring Club Italiano, Roma e dintorni 1965:197f.
  2. ^ "That reproved the perfidy and obstinance of the Hebrews". Gregorio Vasi, quoted by Roberto Piperno. The text is from Isaiah65.2: "All day long I have stretched out my hands to a disobedient and faithless nation".
  3. ^ "Chiesa di S. Andrea delle Frati".
  4. ^ TCI 1965:96.
  5. ^ TCI 1965:103f.