By Rudolf Wittkower
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List of his illustrious remarkable enough. But the impres- sion of their lasting achievement as patrons of the arts would be incomplete without tioning the many men- fountains with which they V TO PAUL (destroyed). '' its cascades of gushing water Ever since Sixtus V's days fountains had played an of S. Maria Maggiore and the Lateran, in Rome's urban development, but Flaminio Ponzio; Rome, Acqua Paola, 1610-14 37 Piazza Scossa Cavalli and Piazza di Castello embellished Rome. Fountains rose in the squares 10.
Artists such as Florentine to glorify the to a academic manner, which solid flame missionary zeal. In the words of Cardinal Paieotti: way towards the more simplified and general development and gave horror of these representations that was to in- on to court, to esoteric intellectual duction. Although he had no sions in from the purpose and gratified the patrons, even when the speculations, superficial and quick in his pro- Sixtus V. ; de siecle, con- ing it Ciampelli manner to transplanted this Rome, not without blend- with Venetian colourism and Zuccari's mamera facile.
TO PAUL V Rome but must be it the vast majority of the great cycles of frescoes, in the Gesu, S. Andrea della Valle, S. Carlo al Corso, the Chiesa Nuova, S. Ignazio, S. Carlo ai were painted after the Catinari, first and elsewhere quarter of the seven- teenth century. In other words, the decoration Mariani, Nicolo Cordier, Ippolito Buzio, Val- of these churches belongs to a and Stefano Maderno. Collective enterprises became the rule from Sixtus V to the end of Paul V's pontificate, even though the artists later engaged on the same task often held very different views.