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An Architectural Progress in the Renaissance and Baroque

Sojourns In and Out of Italy

Edited by Henry Millon, and Susan S. Munshower


$70 | Paperback Edition
ISBN: 978-0-915773-07-7

952 pages
8.5" × 11"
9 color/647 b&w illustrations
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An Architectural Progress in the Renaissance and Baroque

Sojourns In and Out of Italy

Edited by Henry Millon, and Susan S. Munshower


  • Table of Contents
  • Subjects


1. The Barbadori Chapel in Santa Felicita

- Jack Wasserman, Temple University

2. The Bath Palace of Pope Nicholas V at Viterbo

- Charles Mack, University of South Carolina

3. Alexander VI, Pinturicchio, and the Fabrication of the Via Alessandrina in the Vatican Borgo

- Eunice Howe, University of Southern California

4. The Colosseum as a Site for Sacred Theatre: A Pre-History of Catlo Fontana's Project

- Barbara Wisch, The Pennsylvania State University

5. Der römische Palazzo della Sapienza als 'Gymnasion': Antike Quellen eines für Pirro Ligorio zu sichernden Hauptwerks

- Robert Stalla, University of Munich

6. Il Cardinale Grancesco Maria del Monte e la fortuna del progetto buonarrotiano per la Basilica di S. Pietro a Roma: 1604-1613

- Zygmant Wázbwíski, University of Torun, Poland Madernos St. Peter Entwürfe

- Christ of Thoenes, Bibliotheca Hertziana, Rome

8. Maderno and Borromini: Plan and Section

- Patricia Waddy, Syracuse University

9. Rubens' Oil Sketches for Architecture

- Linda Bauer, University of California at Irvine

10. The Meaning of the Portico of Palazzo Barberini

- Stephen Tobriner, University of California at Berkeley

11. Plautilla Bricci 'Architettrice' and the Villa Benedetti in Rome

- John Varriano, Mount Holyoke College

12. Bernini's Commission for the Equestrian Statue of Constantine in St. Peter's : A Preliminary Reading

- Tod Marder, Rutgers University

13. Bernini in Paris

- George Bauer, University of California at Irvine

14. Die Kollegiatskirche S. Maria Assunta in valmontone: Ein Hauptwerk Mattia de Rossis (1637-1695)

- Elisabeth Sladek, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschoften, Rome

15. Orazio Spada e la sua Cappella nella Chiesa Nuova

- Antonella Pampalone, Rome, Italy

16. The Baroque Architect's Tomb

- Joseph Connors, Columbia University; The American Academy in Rome

17. Two Contrasting Concepts of Color in the Architecture of the Roman Baroque

- Robert Enggass, Rome, Italy

18. Architects and Clods: The Emergence of Urban Planning in . . . Palace Architecture in 17th Century Rome

- Dorothy Metzger Habel, University of Tennessee

19. The Architectural Legacy of Bernini in Rome

- Allan Braham, National Gallery, London

20. Architecture of Power and Dynastic Edification: Turin's Contrada di Po as Theatre and Stradone

- Martha Pollak, University of Illinois at Chicago

21. Fischer von Etlach, Tiepolo, and the Unity of the Visual Arts

- Irving Lavin, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton

22. Nicola Michetti and 18th-Century Architecture in Saint Pertersburg

- John Pinto, Princeton University

23. Filippo Juvarra: New Drawings

- Henry A. Millon, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

24. Vedute: Capriccio e Progettazione in Filippo Juvarra

- Chiara Passanti, Turin, Italy

25. Filippo Juvarra and the Baroque Staircase

- Windsor F. Cousins, State College, Pennsylvania

26. Un inedito disegno d'ambito Berniniano rappresentante il Terzo Braccio in Piazza San Pietro

- Ro sella Carloni, Rome

27. Appunti per la stocia dell'Accademia di San Luca: La collezione dei dipinti nei secoli XVII e XVIII

- Angela Cipriani and Giulia De Marchi Academia à San Luca Rome

28. The Academy of Arts and Sciences: A Paper Building Type of the 18th Century

- Christine Challingsworth, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

29. Pompeo Ferrari: A Disciple of Carlo Fontano in Poland

- Gil R. Smith, Ball State University

30. Balthasar Neumann's Italian Liaison: Second Thoughts

- Christian Otto, Cornell University

31. Paolo Posi, Alesandro Dori and the Palace for the Papal Family on the Quintinal Hill

- Cathie C. Kelly, University of Nevada at Las Vegas

32. Der neapolitanische Architekt Mario Gioffredo, 1718-85, zwischen Spätbarock und Frühklassizismus

- Jörg Garms Österreichisches Historisches Institut, Rome

34. Charles Cameron, Catherine II, and the Church of St Sophia. . . . Observations on a Missing Monument

- Anthony Cutler, The Pennsylvania State University

35. 'Sempre si fantastica per San Pietra' Ein Projekt des jungen Valadier für die Sakristei von St. Peter

- Elisabeth Kieven, Universität Stuttgart

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