The Resource Filippo Brunelleschi : the buildings, Howard Saalman

Filippo Brunelleschi : the buildings, Howard Saalman

Label
Filippo Brunelleschi : the buildings
Title
Filippo Brunelleschi
Title remainder
the buildings
Statement of responsibility
Howard Saalman
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Saalman, Howard
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
NA1123.B8
LC item number
S23 1993
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Brunelleschi, Filippo
  • Brunelleschi, Filippo
  • Brunelleschi, Filippo
  • Architecture, Renaissance
  • Architecture, Renaissance
  • Architecture de la Renaissance
  • Italy
Label
Filippo Brunelleschi : the buildings, Howard Saalman
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
I. Brunelleschi Reconsidered I: New Questions -- II. The Hospital of the Innocents. 1. Florentine hospital traditions. 2. The Brunelleschi years: 1419-27. 3. Francesco della Luna: the agiunta di muramento, 1427f. 4. Paying for the Innocenti: the garden (orto) and other sources of income. 5. The entrance stairway. 6. The Innocenti after the Quattrocento. 7. Brunelleschi's facade project. 8. Masters and masons at the Innocenti. 9. Iconometric studies: geometry and proportions at the Innocenti. 10. Brunelleschi style at the Innocenti. 11. Recent transformations at the Innocenti -- III. The Barbadori-Capponi Chapel in Santa Felicita. 1. Recent opinions. 2. The Barbadori: dowries and chapel-building. 3. The Chapel architecture and the Castiglione d'Olona panel. 4. The SS. Annunziata Annunciation and its Florentine imitations. 5. The Barbadori Chapel as Annunciation sanctuary. 6. Pontormo's decorations: form and meaning in the Barbadori-Capponi Chapel. 7. Design experiments in the Barbadori Chapel -- IV. San Lorenzo: 1418-1494. 1. 1418. 2. The sacristy: historical premises. 3. The sacristy: form, function and meaning. 4. Style problems at the sacristy. 5. The Church: 1420-34. 6. The 1434 Chapel Project. 7. 1434: Piazza San Lorenzo and Brunelleschi's reported project of a palace for Cosimo de' Medici. a). The 1434 provision. b). Antonio Billi: Brunelleschi's Medici palace project. 8. 1434-42: San Marco diversion and San Lorenzo triumph. 9. The tomb environment: crossing, choir, altar, tabernacle and pulpits. 10. 1434-61: Michelozzo and Manetti Ciaccheri at San Lorenzo. 11. The cupola of San Lorenzo: Manetti Ciaccheri and Leon Battista Alberti. 12. The canon cloister: 1457-61. 13. 1460-94: completion of the nave; side chapels; Pagno di Lapo (1462); demolition of the old campanile. 14. The tre porti of the Ginori. 15. Brunelleschi's piu modi: his preferred project and the executed church. 16. Old Sacristy proportions -- V. The Pazzi Chapel. 1. Pazzi ploys: the strains of success and the winds of fortune. 2. Giovanni de' Medici and Andrea Pazzi at Santa Croce. 3. The reluctant patron: Monte shares and tax problems. 4. The Pazzi Chapel revisited. a). A description. b). Receipt theories. c). The portico vaults. 5. The cloister of Santa Croce before 1423. 6. Cloister and Pazzi Chapel after 1423. 7. Brunelleschi's project: design constraints. 8. The altar and the altar chapel pavement. 9. Pazzi Chapel proportions -- VI. The Palace of the Parte Guelfa. 1. The residence of the Parte in the fourteenth century. 2. The Via delle Terme Wing (1415-30) and the 1431 inventory. 3. The shops on the Via delle Terme. 4. Transformations and restoration of the Parte Guelfa Palace. a). Views, plans and old photographs. b). 1558-1900: multiple occupancy and competing bureaucracies. c). Historicism and restoration: Carocci, Castellucci and Lensi. 5. 1415-30 -- beginnings of the Sala Nuova Wing: Antonio di Domenico and his maestrj ordinarj. 6. 1442: Brunelleschi's Sala Nuova. a). Design issues. b). La virtu sua -- VII. Santo Spirito. 1. 'Capo del quartierj principale della citta'. 2. 'La sua intentione': pursuing the Brunelleschian ideal. 3. 'Le proportionj di Filippo': the elevations of San Lorenzo and Santo Spirito. 4. After Brunelleschi: 'Gl'inconvenienti fattivi e consentivi per altri'. 5. The cupola of Santo Spirito. 6. Recent proposals: nave barrel vaults. 7. Three or Four: the portal dispute. 8. Giuliano da Sangallo's plan of San Spirito. 9. Antonio Billi's comments. 10. Brunelleschi as urban planner 1: the project for the Piazza of Santo Spirito -- VIII. The Scolari Oratory in the Convent of Santa Maria degli Angeli. 1. Recent literature. 2. The Scolari testaments and the Calimala consuls. 3. The 1431 contract draft. 4. The contract of 1434. 5. The provision of the Tower Officials in 1434. 6. Reconstructing Brunelleschi's project. 7. Brunelleschian style in the Angeli Oratory. 8. Codex Barberini Lat. 4424, f. 15V: Giuliano da Sangallo's plan of the tenpio of the Angeli. 9. The Oratory after 1500. 10. Brunelleschi as urban planner in the Angeli Oratory in its urban setting -- IX. Santa Maria del Fiore: Lantern and Tribune Morte -- X. Brunelleschi Reconsidered II: New Perspectives -- App. I The Florentine Monte Commune -- App. II The Barbadori Chapel: Chronological Summary of Documentary Sources -- App. III The Fate of the Lamberteschi -- App. IV San Lorenzo -- Santo Spirito: Proportion Tables
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
470 p.
Isbn
9780271010670
Lccn
92046535
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)27186233
  • (OCoLC)ocm27186233
Label
Filippo Brunelleschi : the buildings, Howard Saalman
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
I. Brunelleschi Reconsidered I: New Questions -- II. The Hospital of the Innocents. 1. Florentine hospital traditions. 2. The Brunelleschi years: 1419-27. 3. Francesco della Luna: the agiunta di muramento, 1427f. 4. Paying for the Innocenti: the garden (orto) and other sources of income. 5. The entrance stairway. 6. The Innocenti after the Quattrocento. 7. Brunelleschi's facade project. 8. Masters and masons at the Innocenti. 9. Iconometric studies: geometry and proportions at the Innocenti. 10. Brunelleschi style at the Innocenti. 11. Recent transformations at the Innocenti -- III. The Barbadori-Capponi Chapel in Santa Felicita. 1. Recent opinions. 2. The Barbadori: dowries and chapel-building. 3. The Chapel architecture and the Castiglione d'Olona panel. 4. The SS. Annunziata Annunciation and its Florentine imitations. 5. The Barbadori Chapel as Annunciation sanctuary. 6. Pontormo's decorations: form and meaning in the Barbadori-Capponi Chapel. 7. Design experiments in the Barbadori Chapel -- IV. San Lorenzo: 1418-1494. 1. 1418. 2. The sacristy: historical premises. 3. The sacristy: form, function and meaning. 4. Style problems at the sacristy. 5. The Church: 1420-34. 6. The 1434 Chapel Project. 7. 1434: Piazza San Lorenzo and Brunelleschi's reported project of a palace for Cosimo de' Medici. a). The 1434 provision. b). Antonio Billi: Brunelleschi's Medici palace project. 8. 1434-42: San Marco diversion and San Lorenzo triumph. 9. The tomb environment: crossing, choir, altar, tabernacle and pulpits. 10. 1434-61: Michelozzo and Manetti Ciaccheri at San Lorenzo. 11. The cupola of San Lorenzo: Manetti Ciaccheri and Leon Battista Alberti. 12. The canon cloister: 1457-61. 13. 1460-94: completion of the nave; side chapels; Pagno di Lapo (1462); demolition of the old campanile. 14. The tre porti of the Ginori. 15. Brunelleschi's piu modi: his preferred project and the executed church. 16. Old Sacristy proportions -- V. The Pazzi Chapel. 1. Pazzi ploys: the strains of success and the winds of fortune. 2. Giovanni de' Medici and Andrea Pazzi at Santa Croce. 3. The reluctant patron: Monte shares and tax problems. 4. The Pazzi Chapel revisited. a). A description. b). Receipt theories. c). The portico vaults. 5. The cloister of Santa Croce before 1423. 6. Cloister and Pazzi Chapel after 1423. 7. Brunelleschi's project: design constraints. 8. The altar and the altar chapel pavement. 9. Pazzi Chapel proportions -- VI. The Palace of the Parte Guelfa. 1. The residence of the Parte in the fourteenth century. 2. The Via delle Terme Wing (1415-30) and the 1431 inventory. 3. The shops on the Via delle Terme. 4. Transformations and restoration of the Parte Guelfa Palace. a). Views, plans and old photographs. b). 1558-1900: multiple occupancy and competing bureaucracies. c). Historicism and restoration: Carocci, Castellucci and Lensi. 5. 1415-30 -- beginnings of the Sala Nuova Wing: Antonio di Domenico and his maestrj ordinarj. 6. 1442: Brunelleschi's Sala Nuova. a). Design issues. b). La virtu sua -- VII. Santo Spirito. 1. 'Capo del quartierj principale della citta'. 2. 'La sua intentione': pursuing the Brunelleschian ideal. 3. 'Le proportionj di Filippo': the elevations of San Lorenzo and Santo Spirito. 4. After Brunelleschi: 'Gl'inconvenienti fattivi e consentivi per altri'. 5. The cupola of Santo Spirito. 6. Recent proposals: nave barrel vaults. 7. Three or Four: the portal dispute. 8. Giuliano da Sangallo's plan of San Spirito. 9. Antonio Billi's comments. 10. Brunelleschi as urban planner 1: the project for the Piazza of Santo Spirito -- VIII. The Scolari Oratory in the Convent of Santa Maria degli Angeli. 1. Recent literature. 2. The Scolari testaments and the Calimala consuls. 3. The 1431 contract draft. 4. The contract of 1434. 5. The provision of the Tower Officials in 1434. 6. Reconstructing Brunelleschi's project. 7. Brunelleschian style in the Angeli Oratory. 8. Codex Barberini Lat. 4424, f. 15V: Giuliano da Sangallo's plan of the tenpio of the Angeli. 9. The Oratory after 1500. 10. Brunelleschi as urban planner in the Angeli Oratory in its urban setting -- IX. Santa Maria del Fiore: Lantern and Tribune Morte -- X. Brunelleschi Reconsidered II: New Perspectives -- App. I The Florentine Monte Commune -- App. II The Barbadori Chapel: Chronological Summary of Documentary Sources -- App. III The Fate of the Lamberteschi -- App. IV San Lorenzo -- Santo Spirito: Proportion Tables
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
470 p.
Isbn
9780271010670
Lccn
92046535
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)27186233
  • (OCoLC)ocm27186233

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