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Both volumes mentioned here provide the reader with good overviews of the topic and with a variety of detailed case studies mostly, but not exclusively, centered on Italy and France. The author explores a broad range of materials, from archiitettura to artifacts to drawings, and covers a vast array of literary and artistic figures, from Antoine Caron to Michel de Montaigne.
For foreign students, the course book is also available in English: Monique Chatenet et al. Print and Knowledge in the MakingChicago, Target skills and knowledge: Sebastiano Serlio, architecte de la RenaissanceParis, ].
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Information will be given on documents written and iconographicalon physical elements forming the city, with particular attention to problems of urban transformation and growth. Software or applications used. The Course focuses on history of architecture and urban transformations, through specific episodes which will be widely detailed, comparing case-studies and analyzing single architects during Renaissance age.
Beautifully written and illustrated, the book brings the reader through the long history of this French type, from the late Middle Ages to the early decades of the twentieth century. Christina Strunck, Elisabeth Kieven, eds.
Case study Interactive lecturing Work-integrated learning Portfolio. Similar explorations on the reception and dissemination of Gallo-Roman antiquities have been undertaken by Lemerle herself Lemerle, while Carolyn Yerkes has examined the circulation of drawings of Roman ancient and modern buildings in seventeenth-century France Yerkes Michelangelo e il disegno di architetturaCaroline Elam ed.
Yet this interest has taken new turns in recent years by focusing on previously overlooked categories of architectural patronage, by women and cardinals, for instance, as well as by extending the disciplinary spectrum to include the analysis of architectural patronage within artistic patronage at large.
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The article explores the past two decades of research in the field of early modern French architectural history, encompassing more than publications.
Teaching and learning strategies. This is a powerful indication of the fact that, behind the old format of the monograph, readers find new kinds of research approaches and methodologies. Jules Hardouin-Mansart,Alexandre Gady, exh.
Print and Knowledge in the Making Johns, Adrian Johns has shown that early modern printed books shared many of the flexibilities of both content and layout not to speak of authorship claims of the manuscript books that they did notin fact, replace.
This is, at least partially, a combined function of the publishing market and the tenure process. Renaissance Gothic is not simply a reevaluation of a style traditionally underrated as intermediary between its illustrious neighbors, High Gothic and Renaissance; it is also a book that in many ways will impose on scholars of both High Gothic and Renaissance a reassessment of their own periods of interest.
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Jean-Pierre Jacquemart, Architectures comtoises de la Renaissance: Antes de la Academia: Constructing Identity in European Architecture, c. Not only, as Fonkenell states in his introduction, do the Tuileries garden and the Louvre-Tuileries nexus deserve their own, separate treatment, but also the architecture of the palace alone is enough of an enigma, particularly in terms of the phases of its conception and construction one should not forget that competing hypotheses about its original layout are still a matter of debate to fully justify the exclusive attention they receive in this study.
Der Artikel analysiert daraufhin drei Schwerpunkte, denen sich die Wissenschaftler gewidmet haben: Michelangelo architetto nei disegni di Casa BuonarrotiPietro Ruschi ed.
Isabelle de Conihout fro,mel, Patrick Michel eds. The Course aims at providing students with instruments to know structure and to understand projects and trasformations of urban spaces and buildings, using a wide range of sources.
Frommel, The architecture of the Italian Renaissance, trans. This is in striking contrast with the abundance of studies dedicated irnascimento the same themes for the medieval era.
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In addition to the knowledge of the topics the ability to describe and analyze the works also by means of sketches, photos and more is required. Through some of the most celebrated examples of the Renaissance architecture, the course will examine problems of the architectural spaces, technology and forms. Alain Erlande-Brandenburg et al eds. Architektur der Skepsis, des Glaubens, der Ziviltoleranz Pieper Strangely enough, none of the volumes listed here devote much space to architectural patronage specifically, even though the history of French early modern architecture from Delorme to Mansart is a history largely populated by buildings commissioned by women.
Gaillon tra flamboyant e RinascimentoRome, Art and Power Richelieu As of yet, however, rjnascimento paradigms have failed to replace the old ones.
Emancipation, first, from the Italian historiographic model, which traditionally defined which works were to be considered properly classical and which had been internalized to the paradoxical point that virtually no French sixteenth-century building could avoid being labeled as either backward or mannerist. Historians of early modern French architecture seem to have underemphasized the changes occurring in the profession between the late medieval and the early modern era as much as historians of Italian architecture have often overemphasized them.
There are no prerequisites.
Zum Palastbau in Italien und Frankreich zwischen undMunich, It is now clear that these paradigms are outdated. Textbooks and optional supplementary readings.
The final exam will be oral, with discussion of the issues addressed during lessons and visits. Department of Cultural Heritage: