(N3) Renaissance in France, England, Spain and Central Europe

(N3) Renaissance in France, England, Spain and Central Europe

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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE ARC 1701 Architectural History for Non Majors Summer Term SPREAD OF THE RENAISSANCE ACROSS WESTERN EUROPE (01) Movement of Renaissance Concepts and Building Traditions - Migration of Italian architects, artists and craftsman in Europe - Introduction of classical details to Gothic buildings & decorative arts (02) Early Renaissance Influence in the Loire Valley in France - Chateau Francis I, Blois (1515-24) - Royal Chateau du Chambord (1519-47) Domenica de Cortona - Chateau du Chenonceau (begun1515) (03) Architectural Treatises and Publications - Sebastiano Serlio: Five Books on Architecture (published 1584) - Philbert de L’Orme: Architecture (published 1567) (04) The Renaissance in Paris - The Louvre Palace (new designs begun in 1546) Lescot & Lemercier - Pont Neuf Bridge (1578) and Place Dauphine (begun 1606) - The Place Royale aka Place des Vosges (1605-12) - Luxemborg Palace Palaise du Luxembourg (1615) - The French hotel or town residences (05)
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Unformatted text preview: The Early Renaissance in England - Renaissance influence on Late Gothic buildings & decorative arts - Wollaton Hall, Nottinghamshire (1580-88) Robert Smythson - Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire (1590-97) Robert Smythson (06) Inigo Jones and Palladian Influence in England - Queen’s House, Greenwich (begun 1616) - Banqueting Hall, Whitehall Palace, London (1619-22) - St. Paul’s Church, Covent Gardens, London (1631-35) - Covent Garden residential square & S. Paul’s Chuch, London (1658) - St. Paul’s Cathedral remodeling, London (17 th century) (07) Early German Renaissance - Heidelberg Castle (1508-1612) (08) Early Spanish Renaissance - Fusion of Moorish and Gothic architecture on Iberian Penninsula - The Early Period (1492-1556): “Plateresque Style” = exuberant florid detail derived from silverwork - Palace of Charles V, Granada (1527-68) Pedro & Luis Machuca - The Classical Period (1556-1650) - The Escorial Palace, near Madrid (1559-84) Juan de Herrera...
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