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Black slipcase with two volumes of 'LA Villa Farnesina A Roma', by Franco Cosimo Panini Editore.

LA Villa Farnesina A Roma

By (author) G Caneva
By (author) M De Vos
By (author) Christoph Luipold Frommel
By (author) G Tedeschi Grisanti
By (author) De M Vos
By (author) Tedeschi G Grisanti
By (author) M Vos
By (photographer) A Angeli


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  • One of the most complete examples of Renaissance civil architecture
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The Villa Farnesina is one of the most complete examples of Renaissance civil architecture. The idea of harmony and proportion finds its full realisation in this building and in the decorations which enrich it. Text in Italian. Mirabilia Italiæ is a unique series. It owes its existence to an innovative and ambitious project: an atlas of the great monuments of Italy that will display them in all their details, from the best known to the least. This series represents a completely new way of documenting art. Mirabilia Italiæ provides a guided tour of each monument, fully and accurately explained. Each atlas contains hundreds of colour photographs, arranged in a precise topographical sequence and accompanied by diagrams showing the exact location of each detail. The atlas is complemented by a volume of texts edited by the premier scholars in the field, consisting of critical essays and descriptive notes. Essays examine the monument from the art-historical point of view, and record the alterations it has undergone over time. Descriptive notes analyse the content and significance of the images. Extensive cross-references link the essays and notes to the images, facilitating consultation of the work. The General Editor of Mirabilia Italiæ is Salvatore Settis, Director of the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa.

Franco Cosimo Panini Editore
13th Nov 2008
351 mm x 274 mm
512 Pages
367 color, 162 b&w
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