Nothing of this sort is finer than the monuments by Sansovino, erected in Sta.
Sansovino was responsible for the second, and Palladio completed what the other two had begun.
On either side of the choir are three reliefs in bronze by Sansovino.
Sansovino returned, but was driven away, robbed of all his possessions in the sack of Rome, under the Constable de Bourbon.
The faces in the window look out at the great Sansovino—the splendid pile that is now occupied by the Prefect.
Rogers quotes Navagiero to the same effect; and Sansovino is more explicit still.
The doge's seat, until the fall of the Republic, was on the right of the principal entrance to the choir, as Sansovino says.
This Chronicle is spoken of by Sansovino as “molto particolare e distinta.”
The lower part follows Sansovino's beautiful work very closely.
Sansovino, however, thinks B. was a successful lover of Fiammetta.