|Statement||by William J. Anderson ... and R. Phené Spiers ... with two hundred and fifty-five illustrations.|
|Contributions||Spiers, Richard Phené, 1838-1916, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||NA260 .A5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, , 359 p.|
|Number of Pages||359|
|LC Control Number||08026389|
This is a great collection of classical Greek and Roman architectural reconstructions from the book - "Fragments d'Architecture Antique" - published by Hector d'Espouy () in The book presents some of the drawings rendered by participants in the French "Prix de Rome" art and architecture scholarship program which ran from to /5(7). This book provides a brief, clear account of the main developments in the history of the Greek, Etruscan and Roman architecture, from the earliest times to the foundation of Constantinople. It contains drawings and 24 plates. Professor Robertson has produced a really great handbook;4/5(4). The Monuments Past and Present series explores the ancient regions of Rome, Greece, and Pompeii with an eye toward contrasting what they were with what they are today. Important monuments and districts are presented with overlays that clearly depict how these notable ancient sites look today and how they may have appeared when first built/5(25). In The Art of Greece and Rome Susan Woodford illuminates the great achievements of classical art and architecture and conveys a sense of the excitement that fired the creative artists of the ancient world. The Greeks were quick to challenge time-honored styles and, stimulated by the problems that.
Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t4jm7fk0q Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi . Darling's entries combine an architectural reading with the larger context of the region's cultural history. An introductory essay, glossary, geographic index, and subject index add to this vastly interesting Architecture of Greece is the first release from Greenwood's Reference Guide to National Arhcitecture series.3/5(1). Rome: Profile of a City, Richard Krautheimer. From the Publisher. In this classic study, surveying the city's life from Christian Antiquity through the Middle Ages, Richard Krautheimer focuses on monuments of art and architecture as they reflect the historical events, the ideological currents, and the meaning Rome held for its contemporaries. Lavishly illustrated, this book . This splendid book discusses the development of Greek architecture in the Aegean and other Greek lands from its earliest beginnings around until the first century B.C. The eminent scholar A.W. Lawrence considers the evolution of the magnificent temples of the Hellenic age, focusing in particular on their function, geometry, and proportions/5(6).
Roman architecture, borrowing and combining the columns of Greece and the arches of Asia, produced a wide variety of monumental buildings throughout the Western world. Their momentous invention of concrete enabled the imperial builders to exploit successfully the vault construction of W Asia and to cover vast unbroken floor spaces with great vaults and domes, as in the rebuilt . The traditional Roman house, unlike the Greek house, was built according to a strict and invariable plan (Fig. ). It was entered through a door placed in the centre of the short side, giving it from the outset a strong sense of central axis that was totally lacking in the more casual Greek houses (Fig. 87 a–c). The study of Greek architecture has evolved consid-erably from its origins in the 18th century, but some of the basic principles have remained the same. It was initiated by architects seeking to preserve a record of monuments of the past and to use them as a source of “good taste” in their own times. They were already fa-File Size: KB. Greek and Roman architecture. [D S Robertson] -- This book provides a brief, clear account of the main developments in the history of Greek, Etruscan and Roman architecture, from the earliest times to the foundation of Constantinople.