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Sebastiano Serlio, architect

Carole Cable

Sebastiano Serlio, architect

a bibliography

by Carole Cable

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Published by Vance Bibliographies in Monticello, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Serlio, Sebastiano, 1475-1554 -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    StatementCarole Cable.
    SeriesArchitecture series--bibliography,, A-385
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ8808.63 .C3, NA1123.S43 .C3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 p. ;
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3799954M
    LC Control Number81104094

    Sebastiano Serlio introduced the principles of classical design to northern Europe and was the most important architectural writer and theorist of the sixteenth century. However, his writings have been inaccessible to English language readers until now. This distinguished translation of Serlio's treatise, complete with his beautiful woodcut illustrations, replaces the only other English. Buy Sebastiano Serlio on Architecture Volume 1 by Serlio, Sebastiano (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2).

    - Sebastiano Serlio (September 6, – c. ) was an Italian Mannerist architect, who was part of the Italian team building the Palace of Fontainebleau. Serlio helped canonize the classical orders of architecture in his influential treatise variously known as I sette libri dell'architettura ("Seven Books of Architecture") or Tutte l'opere d'architettura et prospetiva ("All 13 pins. Mar 3, - Explore emili_havre's board "Sebastiano Serlio", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Architecture, Renaissance architecture and Francis i pins.

    French Books I and II of Sebastiano Serlio’s Geométry and Perspective are not autonomous books but are part of a project, more vast, of a treatise on architecture divided into several books which were published independently of their order in various European cities between and They are the third in the series after Quarto libro on the orders () and Book III on antiquities. Sebastiano Serlio (–), an Italian Renaissance painter and architect, was employed for more than a decade in the workshop of Baldassare Peruzzi, an apprentice of Raphael, Bramante, and Sangallo. Serlio is known primarily as the author of Tutte l’opere d’architettura et prospectiva, whose.


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Sebastiano Serlio, Italian Mannerist architect, painter, and theorist who wrote the influential architecture treatise ‘Complete Works on Architecture and Perspective.’ Although Serlio’s buildings were not influential, his publication exerted immense influence throughout Europe.

The Five Books of Architecture Paperback – November 1, by Sebastino Serlio (Author) out of 5 stars 5 ratings/5(5). Serlio, Sebastiano, –, Italian Renaissance architect and theoretician, b. Bologna. He was in Rome from until the sack in and worked under Baldassare Peruzzi.

Few traces exist of his buildings in Venice, where he lived from to   Sebastiano Serlio () was the most important architectural writer and theorist of the sixteenth century; despite this, his writings have been virtually inaccessible until now.

This translation of Serlio’s five-volume treatise—he died before publishing two further volumes—replaces the only other English version, one that was.

Sebastiano Serlio was the most important architectural writer and theorist of the sixteenth century. The author of the first wide-ranging illustrated book on architecture, he produced a complete set of model designs as well as practical solutions for everyday design : Hardcover.

Book 1 features a dedication page from Robert Peake to Henry, Prince of Wales. Manuscript note dated on verso of book 3, chapter 4, fol. 1: "On the sixth of Nov. the Rotunda of the ancient Pantheon at Rome suddenly fell in, to the [ ] demolition of that amazing.

Title: Serlio's five books on architecture Author: Sebastiano Serlio (Italian, Bologna – Fontainebleau) Publisher: Published Antwerp by Pieter Coecke van Aelst (Netherlandish, Aelst – Brussels) Publisher: Mayken Verhulst (Netherlandish, –/96) Printer: Gillis Coppens van Diest (Flemish) Published in: Antwerp Date:Medium: Printed books with woodcut.

Sebastiano Serlio on domestic architecture. Different dwellings from the meanest hovel to the most ornate palace. The 16th-Century Manuscript of Book VI in the Avery Library of Columbia University. by SERLIO,SEBASTIANO. Rosenfeld,Myra N. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Book Description Yale University Press, United States, Paperback.

Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Sebastiano Serlio introduced the principles of classical design to northern Europe and was the most important architectural writer and theorist of the sixteenth Range: $ - $ Serlio, Sebastiano (–).

Italian architect, theorist, and painter. He is remembered primarily as the compiler of L'Architettura (published in instalments (–75) and collected in one volume in ). The first part to appear was actually Book IV, called Regole generale (), which outlined the later books, but, most significantly, codified and illustrated the five Roman Orders.

Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Frommel, Sabine. Sebastiano Serlio, architect. Milano: Electaarchitecture. Review: Sebastiano Serlio, on Domestic Architecture. The Sixth Book: Different Dwellings from the Meanest Hovel to the Most Ornate Palace by Myra Nan Rosenfeld, Sebastiano Serlio.

Anthony Blunt. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians Vol. 38 No. 4, Dec., Sebastiano Serlio is the author of The Five Books of Architecture ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Serlio on Domestic Architectur /5(11). Sebastiano Serlio was one of the most influential architectural writers of the 16th century.

This work brings together five volumes of his treatise on the principles of architecture, which deal with the rules of geometry and perspective, and attempt to codify the rules of design.

Title: Compendium of Architectural Books by Sebastiano Serlio (Books I-V) Author: Sebastiano Serlio (Italian, Bologna – Fontainebleau) Translator: Books I-II and V translated by Jean Martin (French, died ) Publisher: Books I-II published by Jean Barbé (French, died ) Publisher: Books III and IV published by Francesco Marcolini da Forli (Italian, Forli ca.

–after Sebastiano Serlio is known to scholars today primarily as an architecture theorist who codified and illustrated the five Roman orders of architecture in Volume IV, Regole generale () of a four-book treatise on architecture that collectively became one of the cornerstone texts of Renaissance architecture.

Less well-known, however, are Serlio's architectural designs and built works, most of. Few Renaissance theorists have influenced the development of western architecture as much as Sebastiano Serlio ().

The collection of books which represents his lifetime's work was to become invaluable to the majority of northern European architects who, never having seen Rome, none the less marvelled at Italian antiquities.3/5(1).

(–).Italian architect, theorist, and painter. He is remembered primarily as the compiler of L'Architettura (published in instalments (–75) and collected in one volume in ). The first part to appear was actually Book IV, called Regole generale (), which outlined the later books, but, most significantly, codified and illustrated the five Roman Orders of architecture.

Few Renaissance theorists have influenced the development of western architecture as much as Sebastiano Serlio (). The collection of books which represents his lifetime's work was to become invaluable to the majority of northern European architects who, never having seen Rome, none the less marvelled at Italian antiquities.

Hence when Christopher Wren designed St. Paul's cathedral. Sebastiano Serlio was the most important architectural writer and theorist of the sixteenth century.

The author of the first wide-ranging illustrated book on architecture, he produced a complete set of model designs as well as practical solutions for everyday design problems.

Sebastiano Serlio (‒) was born in Bologna and trained as a painter and architect in Rome and Venice. From he worked in France, at Fontainebleau and Lyons.

Serlio’s enduring importance lies in his theoretical writings on architecture, which represent an important source for Italian and French Renaissance architecture.

Most of his planned eight Libri de architettura (Books of.Serlio's Stage Designs Sebastiano Serlio () was an Italian architect who worked in France and Italy. He's most famous, however, not for what he built but for a series of books he wrote about principles of architecture.

Serlio's emphasis on practical application for architects and builders was ground-breaking -- as was his lavish use of.Sebastiano Serlio was the most important architectural writer and theorist of the sixteenth century. The author of the first wide-ranging illustrated book on architecture, he produced a complete set of model designs as well as practical solutions for everyday design problems.