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Treatise on perspective, architecture and related subjects : manuscript : Italy, probably Genoa, ca. 1575-1600.

Author: Giovanni-Battista Castello
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : Italian
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Discussing perspective, architecture, geometry, and shadows. Contains numerous pen and ink drawings of figures resembling some made by Dürer and Cambiaso, and labeled diagrams of geometric shapes, as well as perspectives, columns, and architectural scenes. With specific reference to the five orders of architecture (Tuscan, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, Composite). In notes on shadows thrown by bodies, repeatedly  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drawings
Diagrams
Architectural drawings (visual works)
Perspective (technique)
Watermarks (Paper)
Named Person: Christoph Clavius; Daniel Barbaro; Albrecht Dürer; Daniel Barbaro; Christoph Clavius; Albrecht Dürer
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Giovanni-Battista Castello
OCLC Number: 270875102
Language Note: Italian and Latin.
Notes: Watermark: pilgrim, end of 16th century.
Decoration and diagrams: page 1: Geometric shapes, pen trials, and sketch of a kneeling figure -- page 2: Diagram of a column -- page 3: Sketch of three figures and and a hexagon rendered three-dimensionally -- page 4: Diagram of projecting a sphere onto a plane -- page 5: Geometric figures and sketches of two figures -- page 6: Diagram -- page 7: Three-dimensionally rendered columns and sketches of four standing figures -- page 8: Circular diagram labeled with astrological symbols -- page 9: Doric column and crosses rendered three-dimensionally, and sketches of two standing figures -- page 10: Diagram -- page 11: Column bases, a Corinthian column capital rendered three-dimensionally, and sketches of three standing figures -- page 12: Diagram of circular projection drawn in red, blue, green, and black ink -- page 13: Column base and crosses, one rendered three-dimensionally, and sketches of three standing figures -- page 14: Two circular diagrams -- page 15: Column base, Ionic column capital, sketches of four standing figures -- page 16: Diagram of circular projections drawn in red, black and pale yellow ink -- page 17: Sketch of three columns -- page 18: Geometric diagrams -- page 19: Sketch of two buildings -- page 20: Labeled diagram of a hyperbolic paraboloid -- page 21: Diagram -- page 22: Diagram of spirals within a circle -- page 23: Column bases, a Doric column, and sketches of two standing figures -- page 24: Diagram of a shadow cast by a circle -- page 25: Sketches of a column and four standing figures -- page 26: Diagram of a shadow cast by an upright circle -- page 27: Triangular monument and sketches of four standing figures, two brandishing swords -- page 28: Detailed drawing of a clock, the hand of which is on a separate piece of paper attached to the page and is movable -- page 29: Sketches of four figures and two cubes -- page 30: Diagrams of shadows cast by squares -- page 31: Sketches of four standing figures, a bust and cubes -- page 32: Diagrams of shadows cast by cubes -- page 33: Drawing of arches, columns, walls, and figures as monuments -- page 34: Circular diagram marked with astrological symbols and described -- page 35: Architectural rendering of a wall with an arch and Doric columns, through which is seen a city receding into the distance. Arch is mounted by triangular monuments and a crowned figure with a crowned eagle -- page 36: Diagrams of geometric shapes -- page 37: Drawing of a circular castle or fortress -- page 38: Diagram showing radius -- page 39: Sketch of a figure and of triangles rendered three-dimensionally -- page 40: Diagrams of three fountains -- page 41: Astrological chart and circular diagram -- page 42: Diagram of geometric shapes -- page 43: Circular diagram and diagram of a cone -- page 44: Diagram of a circle casting a shadow -- page 45: Diagrams of geometric shapes -- page 46: Diagram of circles intersecting a pentagon -- page 47: Diagram of circles and triangles, describing shadows and sketch of a standing figure -- page 48: Diagram of triangles within circles -- page 49: Sketch of a hall of columns receding into the distance -- page 50: Diagram of a circle and sketches of three standing figures, one holding a child -- page 51: Diagram of two octagons, one being rendered into a three dimensional cone -- page 52: Diagrams, including one of a circle casting a shadow and a false shadow -- page 53: Geometric shapes rendered three-dimensionally -- page 54: Diagrams of triangles, one intersected by a rectangle -- page 55: Diagrams s -- page 56: Diagram of a spiral and triangle -- page 57: Diagram of a cube with circles on each plane, and of an arch rendered three-dimensionally -- page 58: Diagrams of geometric shapes s, and with a sketch of a column base in red pencil -- page 59: Diagram of a three-dimensional arch and a triangle divided into 10 parts -- page 60: Diagram -- page 61: Sketch of columns three-dimensionally -- page 62: Diagram arches and triangles rendered three-dimensionally -- page 63: Diagram of geometric shapes composing a domed hall -- page 64: Diagram of geometric shapes -- page 65: Sundial and diagrams -- page 66: Diagram of intersecting cubes and circles -- page 67: Diagrams of triangles -- page 68: Pencil sketches of geometric shapes rendered three-dimensionally -- page 69: Diagrams of circles and half circles -- page 70: Sketches of three square staircases rendered three-dimensionally -- page 71: Unlabeled diagram -- page 72: Geometric shapes rendered at angles on a plane, some three-dimensionally -- page 73: Diagrams of projections of geometric shapes -- page 74: Diagram of two overlapping circles with bisecting lines -- page 75: Diagrams of geometric shapes rendered three-dimensionally -- page 76: Diagram of two fountains -- page 77: Two cylinders rendered three-dimensionally, casting shadows -- page 78: Diagram.
Anonymous; the treatise has been attributed to Castello.
Description: 1 item (78 pages) ; 315 x 220 mm
Contents: Page 1: Possible title at top of page 1 has been destroyed to the point of illegibility. Lower title begins: "In hoc libro ita male acto ..." (In this book, so badly done, many very beautiful things worthy of noting of pleasant working in various kinds of things with their basis, but who can grasp it may do so.) --
page 2: "Rastremanento delle colonne" (Tapered Columns) --
page 4: "Probatio ... demonstratio quod proiecto sphaera in plano" (Demonstration of the proof of projecting a sphere on a plane) --
page 5: "Piedestallo Toscano" (Tuscan Pedestals) --
page 9: "Le colonne dorico" (Doric columns) --
page 11: "Dell'ordine Ionico" (Of the Ionian) --
page 12: "Proiectio circular [torn away] Danielis Barbari" (Circular projection [following] Daniel Barbaro) --
page 14: "L'albezza del fregio si swole far rilioare il conuerso d'un sesto di circolo." (For height of the frieze one can pick up the convex curve of a sixth of a circle) --
page 15: "Dell'ordine corin[zio]" (On the Corinthian) --
page 16: Azimut (Arabic) astronomical terms --
page 18: Discussing hyperboles and parabolas, mentioning Barbarus and Albertus Dureius --
page 19: "Di cinque ordino dell'Architectura in genero" (Of the five orders of Architecture, which are listed as Tuscan, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, and Composite) --
page 23: Discussing the division of column heights into various parts --
page 24: Discussing the shadow cast by a circle --
page 26: "Hic est vera ratio umbrar circuli" (About the shadow cast by a circle) --
page 28: On clocks --
page 30: "Ex Alberto Dureris. Rationes unbrar a Carporibus causa[lis]" (Completion of shadows thrown by bodies) --
page 32: "Rationes umbrar a Corpibus causatar. Alter umbra ciliore modo ex Albert Durerio" (Another easier menthod of computing shadows after Albrecht Durer) --
page 37: Discussing heights in architecture --
page 40: "Queste sono tre fontane" (There are three fountains) --
page 44: "Ratio bona umbre circuli ..." (On shadows cast by circles) --
page 45: "Pentagonum una circuli apertura ..." (A pentagon described by one opening of the compass after Alberto Durerio, which is ever so experimental, but is most equiangular as Clavius demonstrates in his praxigeometria) --
page 65: Analema (Sundial showing latitude and meridian of a place) --
page 78: "Theorica practica fabricandi horologia muralia" (Practical theory of making a wall clock).

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Discussing perspective, architecture, geometry, and shadows. Contains numerous pen and ink drawings of figures resembling some made by Dürer and Cambiaso, and labeled diagrams of geometric shapes, as well as perspectives, columns, and architectural scenes. With specific reference to the five orders of architecture (Tuscan, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, Composite). In notes on shadows thrown by bodies, repeatedly references Albertus Dureius (Albrecht Dürer); in notes on circular projection, references Danielis Barbari (Daniel Barbaro); also references Clavius (a Jesuit employed by Gregorius XIII in reforming the calendar). Additional notes on columns, fountains, sundials, and wall clocks.

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