A Guide to Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture
Venetian Architecture of the Sixteenth Century
Palladio. Facade, San Francesco della Vigna, Venice. Begun
Giovanni Maria Falconetto
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Michele Sanmicheli (or Sanmichele, Sammichele) (1484-1559)
- Giorgio Vasari's Life of Michele
- Short biography and some links
- On the
now-destroyed Villa Cornaro at Piombino Dese Built circa 1539/1540.
Campo S. Polo, Venice 1555-1564.
Palazzo Bevilaqua, Verona.
Palazzo Canossa, Verona. Begun circa 1537, finished in the 17th century.
- Palazzo Grimani,
Venice. Begun circa 1556, completed circa 1575.
- Porta Nuova,
- Porta Terraferma, Zadar
- Porta Palio, Verona
Individual Buildings by Palladio: Villas
Individual Buildings by Palladio: Palaces
Individual Buildings by Palladio: Churches
- San Giorgio
Maggiore Constructed 1566-1610. A Web site for the church and the
- San Giorgio Maggiore From Tulane.
Giorgio Maggiore Angle view of the facade.
- San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice: Interior
- San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice: The Cloister
- Il Redentore, Venice Begun 1577.
Palladio: Other Projects
Some Other Palladian Resources
Bertotti-Scamozzi, who worked with V. Scamozzi and added that surname to his, is best remembered
for his collecting and editing of Palladio's drawings, published as Le fabbriche e i disegni di
Andrea Palladio raccolti e illustrati. (The Buildings and Designs of Andrea Palladio collected and
illustrated) 1776–83. He also published Palladio's Le Terme dei Romani. He was also an architect
and a theorist.
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