Catalog Record: Il Vignola illustrato | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Il Vignola illustrato / proposto da Giambattista Spampani, e Carlo Antonini ...

Main Author: Vignola, 1507-1573.
Related Names: Pagliarini, Marco. , Smuglewicz, Franciszek 1745-1807., Antonini, Carlo b. ca. 1740., Spampani, Giovanni Battista b. 1745.
Language(s): Italian
Published: In Roma : Nella stamperia di Marco Pagliarini, 1770.
Subjects: Architecture > Early works to 1800.
Perspective > Early works to 1800.
Architecture > Orders > Early works to 1800.
Note: Glossary of terms used in architecture: p. XIX-XXVIII.
The text contains the description of the five orders and a digest of Vignola's Perspective.
Frontispiece and portrait of Clement XIV engraved by Antonini after designs by Franciszek Smuglewicz. Other plates unsigned.
Physical Description: [10], 58, XXVIII p., [56] leaves of plates : ill. ; 37 cm. (fol.)
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