Domenico da Cortona

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Domenico da Cortona

(b. Italy, circa 1465; d. circa 1549)

Domenico da Cortona, known also as Boccador, was brought to France by King Charles VIII. He supervised engineering works at the chateaux of Tournai, Ardres, and Chambord, and is sometimes credited with the design of the Chateau de Chambord. Other evidence suggests that Chambord was designed by the French architect Pierre Nepveu, from Amboise, France.

Russel Sturgis, et al. Sturgis' Illustrated Dictionary of Architecture and Building, Volume 1. New York: Dover, 1989. ISBN 0-486-26025-9. NA31.S838 1989. p798, p1026 (Volume 2).

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