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Architecture in Italy, 1400 to 1600

Author: Ludwig H Heydenreich; Wolfgang Lotz
Publisher: [Harmondsworth, Eng.], [Baltimore] Penguin Books [1974]
Series: Pelican history of art.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In 15th-century Florence, Brunelleschi's buildings and Alberti's treatise first established the principles of Italian Renaissance architecture in practice and theory. This survey ranges from Brunelleschi's dome for the Florence Cathedral to the works of Bramante and Leonardo in the Quattrocento.
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Heydenreich, Ludwig H. (Ludwig Heinrich), 1903-1978.
Architecture in Italy, 1400 to 1600.
[Harmondsworth, Eng., Baltimore] Penguin Books [1974]
(OCoLC)557891656
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ludwig H Heydenreich; Wolfgang Lotz
ISBN: 0140560386 9780140560381
OCLC Number: 963701
Notes: The Quattrocento, by Ludwig H. Heydenreich. -- The Cinquecento, by Wolfgang Lotz.
Description: xxvii, 432 pages illustrations 27 cm.
Contents: Part one. Brunelleschi --
Brunelleschi's contemporaries and successors in Florence: Michelozzo Di Bartolomeo --
Brunelleschi's contemporaries and successors in Florence: Ghiberti and Donatello --
Alberti --
Florence 1450- 1480 --
Rome. The city: the capitol, the Lateran, and the Vatican ; Ecclesiastical buildings ; Palazzi --
Urbino --
Mantua --
Venice --Lombardy --
Emilia and Romagna --
The fringes North and South. Piedmont and Liguria ; The South ; Naples --
From the Quattrocento to the Cinquecento --
Epilogue: Leonardo da Vinci. Part two. The cinquecento. Classical architecture in Rome: Bramante. The Tempietto of S. Pietro in Montorio ; The cloister of S. Maria della pace ; Buildings for Julius II ; The Belvedere court of the Vatican ; The lodge ; New St Peter's ; The choir of S. Maria del Popolo ; The palazzo Caprini (Raphael's house) ; The Santa Casa di Loreto ; Summary ; The designs for St Peter's after Bramante's death --
Classical <architecture in Rome: Raphael. The Chigi Chapel in s. Maria del Popolo ; Palazzi ; The Villa Madama ; St Peter's --
Other early sixteenth century buildings in Rome and central Italy. Rome. Palazzi ; Churches ; Central Italy: S. Maria della consolazione at Tozi ; The Madonna di S. Biagio at Montepulciano ; The Palazzo Pandolfini in Florence --
Baldassarre Peruzzi and Antonio da Sangallo the younger Baldassarre Peruzzi. Antonio da Sangallo the Youger. St Peter's ; The Palazzo Farnese and other works --
Lombardy and the Venetian terraferma. Cesare Cesariano ; The Steccata at Parma ; Tramello at Piacenza ; Falconetto at Padua --
Sanmicheli. City gates ; Palazzi in Verona ; Palazzi in Venice ; Churches and chaples --
Giulio Romano --
Jacopo Sansovino --
Michelangelo. Florence: The Facade of S. Lorenzo ; The new sacristy of S. Lorenzo ; The Laurentian Library ; The Riccetto ; Rome: The Capitol ; The Palazzo Farnese ; St Peter's ; Late architectural projects ; The Porta Pia ; S. Maria degli Angeli --
Rome 1550-1600: The period from 1550 to 1575: Pirro Ligorio ; Vignola ; Ecclesiastical architecture ; The period from 1575 to 1600: Giacomo della Porta ; Other architects --
Morthern Italy: Genoa, Milan, ad Piedmont. Galeazzo Alessi in Genoa ; Cristoforo Lombardino and Domenico Giunti in Milan ; Alessi's later works in Milan ; Pellegrino Pellegrini ; The rebuilding of S. Lorenzo in Milan: Martino Bassi ; Ascanio Vitozzi in Piedmont --
Palladio: The quattro libri di architettura ; Churches ; Secular architecture ; Palazzi ; Villas --
Venice and Padua in the late sixteenth century: Scamozzi --
Tuscany 1550-1600: Ammannati ; Vasari ; Buontalenti ; Bizzarrie.
Series Title: Pelican history of art.
Responsibility: [by] Ludwig H. Heydenreich and Wolfgang Lotz. Translated by Mary Hottinger.

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In 15th-century Florence, Brunelleschi's buildings and Alberti's treatise first established the principles of Italian Renaissance architecture in practice and theory. This survey ranges from Brunelleschi's dome for the Florence Cathedral to the works of Bramante and Leonardo in the Quattrocento.

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