Maria Giovanna Barbuto
Castello (Gioia del Colle, Italy). General views and details.
The "throne room" after the first restoration campaign conducted from 1907 to 1909 by the architect Angelo Pantaleo and before the restoration made between 1969 and 1974 by the engineer Raffaele De Vita. The stone throne was built during the restoration of 1907, with sculptural fragments recovered in the Castle. The back of the throne is decorated with a bas-relief frieze consisting of a series of hawks arranged in profile in pairs and interrupted by crosses.
Part of: Masson collection of Italian villas and gardens.
Photo Archive - Masson.2504
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