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Architectural History of Venice

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ISBN-10: 0300090293

ISBN-13: 9780300090291

Edition: 2002

Authors: Deborah Howard, Sarah Quill, Laura Moretti

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Book details

List price: $25.00
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Yale University Press
Publication date: 2/9/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 366
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.078

Preface to the Revised and Enlarged Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Glossary of Architectural Terms and Venetian Words
Introduction
The Origins of the City
Byzantine
Byzantine Religious Architecture on the Islands of Torcello and Murano
Byzantine Religious Architecture in Venice Itself
Byzantine Domestic Architecture
Veneto-Byzantine Palaces
Thirteenth-century Transformations
The Medieval City
Venice as an Urban Environment
Building Materials and Techniques
Essential Services and Other Amenities
Gothic
Gothic Ecclesiastical Architecture: The Mendicant Orders
Some Smaller Gothic Churches
Gothic Secular Architecture
The Palazzo Ducale
The Interior Planning of Venetian Gothic Palaces
Stylistic Transformations
The First Gothic Palaces
Gothic Palaces in the Fourteenth Century
Fifteenth-century Gothic Palaces
The Venetian Scuole
Early Renaissance
The Beginnings of the Renaissance in Venetian Architecture
Religious Architecture in Early Renaissance Venice
Mauro Codussi
Architecture during the Wars of the League of Cambrai
'Roman' Renaissance
Sebastiano Serlio
Sansovino and Sanmicheli
Andrea Palladio
Baroque
The Beginnings of the Venetian Baroque
Baldassare Longhena
Giuseppe Sardi
Palladianism and Neo-classicism
Domenico Rossi and Andrea Tirali
Giovanni Scalfarotto and Giorgio Massari
Antonio Visentini and Tommaso Temanza
Giannantonio Selva
Venice since the Fall of the Republic
The Napoleonic Kingdom (1805-1814)
The Second and Third Periods of Austrian Rule (1814-1848 and 1849-1866)
Venice as Part of Italy: 1866 to the First World War
The Rise of Fascism: First World War to Second World War
The Post-war Years: 1945-1980
Epilogue: Venice since 1980
Notes
Bibliography
Photograph Credits
Index