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Reformations : from High Renaissance to mannerism in the new West of religious contention and colonial expansion

By: Series: Architecture in context. V Publication details: Routledge 2017 New YorkDescription: VI, 865 pages. : il. (color.) ; 22 cmISBN:
  • 9781138038912
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 724.12 TAD
Contents:
Definitions Context Part 1: Seminal Italians 1.1 Inception 1.2. Roman Revival 1.3. Vignola and his Contemporaries in the Orbit of Rome 1.4. The Ducal Architects of Florence 1.5. Sansovino, Sanmicheli and their Venetian Inheritance 1.6. Palladio 1.7. Alessi and his Colleagues in Lombardy 1.8. Rome at the Turn of a New Era Part 2: Seminal French 2.1. From Misunderstanding to Mannerism under Francois I 2.2. Mannerism versus Classicism under the Late Valois 2.3. Classicism versus Baroque under the Early Bourbons Part 3: Orbit of Empire 3.1. Seminal Netherlanders 3.2. Eclectic Germans and their Eastern Neighbours 3.3. Netherlandish Revival Part 4: Across the Channel 4.1. Elizabethan and Jacobean Eclecticsm 4.2. Inception of Palladianism Part 5: Beyond the Pyrenees 5.1. Iberia at the Turn of the Renaissance Century 5.2. Advent of Classicism in Portugal and estilo chao 5.3. Spain in Transition: Caroline Renaissance; Philippine Mannerism 5.4. Ascendancy of Madrid and the Spanish estilo desornamentado 5.5. Portugal during the Habsburg Interregnum 5.6.The Spanish Americas Glossary Further Reading Index
Summary: Unprecedented in scope, this fifth volume in the Architecture in Context series traces the rediscovery of Classical ideas and the emergence of the great artists and architects of late 15th- and early 16th-century Italy that led to the cultural peak characterized as the High Renaissance.
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Definitions Context
Part 1: Seminal Italians 1.1 Inception 1.2. Roman Revival 1.3. Vignola and his Contemporaries in the Orbit of Rome 1.4. The Ducal Architects of Florence 1.5. Sansovino, Sanmicheli and their Venetian Inheritance 1.6. Palladio 1.7. Alessi and his Colleagues in Lombardy 1.8. Rome at the Turn of a New Era
Part 2: Seminal French 2.1. From Misunderstanding to Mannerism under Francois I 2.2. Mannerism versus Classicism under the Late Valois 2.3. Classicism versus Baroque under the Early Bourbons
Part 3: Orbit of Empire 3.1. Seminal Netherlanders 3.2. Eclectic Germans and their Eastern Neighbours 3.3. Netherlandish Revival
Part 4: Across the Channel 4.1. Elizabethan and Jacobean Eclecticsm 4.2. Inception of Palladianism
Part 5: Beyond the Pyrenees 5.1. Iberia at the Turn of the Renaissance Century 5.2. Advent of Classicism in Portugal and estilo chao 5.3. Spain in Transition: Caroline Renaissance; Philippine Mannerism 5.4. Ascendancy of Madrid and the Spanish estilo desornamentado 5.5. Portugal during the Habsburg Interregnum 5.6.The Spanish Americas Glossary Further Reading
Index

Unprecedented in scope, this fifth volume in the Architecture in Context series traces the rediscovery of Classical ideas and the emergence of the great artists and architects of late 15th- and early 16th-century Italy that led to the cultural peak characterized as the High Renaissance.

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