"Filippo Brunelleschi: The Buildings" by Howard Saalman
In this comprehensive study of the architecture of Brunelleschi, Saalman traces back to the ancient monuments that inspired the architect. He also considers the architecture from a political, religious, and economic context of the time they were built, as well as the patrons who commissioned his work. Saalman poses Brunelleschi as an architect who employed classical aesthetics with an updated look.
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