Architecture in Italy, 1500-1600
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Lotz, Wolfgang, (1912-)

Architecture in Italy, 1500-1600

Abstract: Moving between the various centres of architectural activity throughout Italy, Wolfgang Lotz discusses with authority the work of such well-known architects as Bramante, Giulio Romano, Michelangelo and Palladio. He focuses on the different schemes for St Peter's in Rome, the projects connected with the church of S. Lorenzo in Florence and the churches and villas designed by Palladio in and around Venice. And yet Lotz also goes beyond the more familiar locations, architects and buildings to conquer less well-known territories, exploring Piedmont and Vitozzi and ending with a study of bizzarrie. Lotz's distinguished and highly readable text is now reissued accompanied by a wide range of beautiful illustrations and a critical introduction and updated bibliography by Deborah Howard. Dr Howard assesses Lotz's standing as an architectural historian, and surveys the developments in the discipline and the new material published since the first edition.

Title and contributions: Architecture in Italy, 1500-1600 / Wolfgang Lotz ; introduction by Deborah Howard ; [translated by Mary Hottinger].

Publication: New Haven : Yale University Press, 1995.

Physical description: viii, 205 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 30 cm.

Series: Pelican history of art

Publication date:1995

Language: English (language of the text, soundtrack, etc..)

  • "Revised by Deborah Howard"--Cover.
  • Includes bibliographical references.



Classifications: 720/.945/09031 (20)

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  • Type of Publication Date: Publication Dates 1 and 2: monograph complete when issued, or issued within one calendar year
  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Government Publication: unknown

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