Olindo, Martino De

Olindo, Martino De a Spanish architect, flourished in the 16th century. According to Milizia, he erected the parochial church of Liria, of which the lower story has four Doric columns on pedestals, with niches, statues, and bas-reliefs; the second story has the same number of Corinthian columns; the third story has two ,fluted twisted columns, with a, statue of St. Michael in the center. Olindo also completed the monastery of St. Miguel at Valencia, begun by Cobarrubias.

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