Talk:Tommaso and Alessandro Francini

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Dates and identities[edit]

The lead gives year of birth 1571 for Tomasso, identifies him as the elder brother, and quotes praise for the Pratolino works dated 1586. At Villa di Pratolino we say "The designer of villa and gardens was his court architect- designer- mechanician- engineer Bernardo Buontalenti, who completed it in a single campaign that lasted from 1569 to 1581."

I found Alessandro alone identified by the Library of Congress, which gives year of death 1648.

  • {{LCAuth|n85053626|Alexandre Francine|3|ue}} [now added to the footer]

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The article footer identifies [previously] a conflation of Tomasso and the brothers jointly, ({{VIAF|34524925}}, and places the page in birthyear and deathyear categories for Tomasso.

--P64 18:09 --P64 (talk) 18:21, 28 May 2015 (UTC)

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Ferdinando and Henry IV[edit]

Ferdinando, was persuaded to part with the Francini brothers in 1597 by his niece Maria, married to Henri IV of France. They married only in 1600. Most probably, Ferdinando has been approached by a banker known to both of them. --AHert (talk) 10:10, 8 May 2017 (UTC)