ARCHITECTURAL PRINCIPLES IN THE AGE OF HUMANISM, Rudolf Wittkower
Celebrated art historian Sir Kenneth Clark wrote about this text, “…to dispose, once and for all, of the hedonist, or purely aesthetic, theory of Renaissance architecture.” Rudolf Wittkower provides both visual analysis of architecture from this period and revealing explanations as to why Renaissance architecture evolved the way it did. Practical for both students and professionals, this book has become a standard for those studying architecture at a deeper and more advanced level.
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