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  • Against this soft suffusion of light the Library cupola assumed a Bramantesque grace, the white steeple of the congregational church became a campanile topped by a winged spirit, and the scant porticoes of the older halls the colonnades of classic temples.

    The Pretext

  • Bramantesque temple stands, built by a French prelate under Julius

    The Spirit of Rome

  • The church of Saronno is a pretty building with a Bramantesque cupola, standing among meadows at some distance from the little town.

    Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, First Series

  • The noble transepts and the choir, each terminating in a rounded tribune of the same dimensions, are carried out in a simple and decorous Bramantesque manner.

    Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, First Series

  • Gothic and the Bramantesque styles; and theirs too is the sculpture with which the Duomo is so richly decorated.

    Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, First Series

  • S. Peter's, it may be said in passing, retains, in spite of all subsequent modifications, many essentially Bramantesque features -- especially in the distribution of the piers and rounded niches.

    Renaissance in Italy Volume 3 The Fine Arts

  • The Church of Saronno is a pretty building with a Bramantesque cupola, standing among meadows at some distance from the little town.

    New Italian sketches

  • This may explain the decidedly Lombardo-Bramantesque tendency in the style of these studies, among which only a few remind us of the forms of the cupolas of S. Maria del Fiore and of the Baptistery of Florence.

    The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci — Complete

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