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VIGNOLA AND PALLADIO Second phase of Mannerism
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VIGNOLA
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Oval plans
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Il Gesu, Rome, painting of interior and plan Aisleless longitudinal plan
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this, the church is not to have a nave and two aisles, but is to consist of one nave only, with chapels down each side. .. the nave is to be vaulted, and is not to be roofed in any other way, in spite of any objections they (the Jesuits) may raise, saying that the voice of the preacher will be lost because of the echo. They think that this vault will cause the echo to resound, more than is the case with an open timber roof, but I do not believe this, since there are plenty of churches with vaults. ..well adapted to the voice ---the cardinal Farnese, on Il Gesu, August, 1568 letter
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PALLADIO
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The “Basilica” (Palazzo della Ragione) in Vicenza
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Basilica today, and a reconstruction of its original facade
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“Basilica” in Vicenza compared with a Palladian Window and the
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Unformatted text preview: “Palladian motif” Palazzo Thiene in Vicenza Palazzo Thiene compared with Bramante’s House of Raphael Palazzo Thiene compared with a drawing of the house that Giulio Romano designed in Rome Palazzo Chiericati, Vicenza Palazzo Chiericati entablature details Palazzo Chiericati Plan. Palazzo Chiericati, Front (above left) Rear (below right) Architecture should be like the human form: Bi-lateral symmetry, but the front is not the same as the back Loggia del Capitanio, Vicenza Il Redentore, Venice Two correctly proportioned temple façades, superimposed Il Redentore Nave interior toward sanctuary Note the back lighting of the Altar area Villa Barbaro at Maser Villa Barbara Cross axis arrangement of plan/space Note paintings Villa Foscari Or Malcontenta V Villa Rotunda (or Villa Capra) Palladio’s architectural treatise English facsimile, 1738...
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  • Spring '08
  • PAUL
  • Andrea Palladio, Vicenza, PALAZZO CHIERICATI, Palazzo della Ragione, Palazzo Thiene, Palazzo Chiericati entablature

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