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  • Giulio Carlo Argan [Introduction]

    Published by McGraw-Hill Book Company / The Hamlyn Publishing Group limited The Hamlyn Publishing Group Limited, New York, 1969

    Seller: Silver Trees Books, Malvern, WORCS, United Kingdom
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    Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. First Edition. Near fine large format book in clean fresh cerise cloth covers with very bright gilt titles to spine and an ornate design to front; very small corner bump. Internally fine; 'Hamlyn Sale Book' printed to flyleaf; copiously illustrated. The dust jacket is fine and not price clipped. A very attractive copy.

  • Sciolla, Gianni Carlo: by - Argan, Giulio Carlo: introduction - Rozzo, Edward: photographs by

    Published by Turin (Torino), Istituto Bancario San Paolo di Torino - Tipografia Torinese Stabilimento Poligrafico, 1982

    Seller: De Carlo, Carmagnola, TO, Italy
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    I ed. Testo in inglese (translators: Franca Barillà and Martin Turner). IV piccolo/336/cart./sovraccoperta in carta patinata color argento con titoli in nero e immagine fotografica a colori entro cornice biana (Edward Rozzo, Palazzo Madama: details)/cofanetto editoriale muto in cartoncino verde. Illustrazioni fotografiche a colori di Edward Rozzo. Stato buono (leggera usura del cofanetto). Contents: note; by Luigi Coccioli (Chaairman Istituto Bancario San Paolo di Torino) - Introduction; by Giulio Carlo Argan - Roman and Medieval Turin ("Augusta Taurinorum": a brief archeological itinerary - Medieval Remains: The Acaja Palace and S. Domenico) - Reinassance, Manierism and the Counter-Reformation in Turin (The building yard of the Duomo: architects and sculptors towards the end of the 16th century - Turin "War Machine". Emanuele Filiberto and the Cittadella - The "Compagnia di Gesù" and the Santi Martiri - Ascanio Vitozzi, ducal engineer and architect) - Turin in the Baroque Period (Carlo and Amedeo di Castellamonte: the new ducal city - The Court Residences - Guarini in Turin - The Residences of the Bourgeoisie) - Turin between Rococo and the Enlightenment (Juvarra at Turin. A Capital for Vittorio Amedeo II - Architecture and Decoration during the period of Carlo Emanuele III - A neo-Guarinian architect in Turin: Bernardoo Vittone) - Turin during the periods of Neo-Classicism, Romanticism and the Risorgimento (The neo-classical city. From the French domination to Carlo Felice - A capital for the Kingdom of Italy) - Fin the Siècle Turin (The period of Eclecticism - Turin in the "Liberty" period).

  • Sciolla, Gianni Carlo: by - Argan, Giulio Carlo: introduction - Rozzo, Edward: photographs by

    Published by Torino, Istituto Bancario San Paolo di Torino-Tipografia Torinese Stabilimento Poligrafico, 1982

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    I ed. Testo in inglese (translators: Franca Barillà and Martin Turner). IV piccolo/336/cart./sovraccoperta in carta patinata color argento con titoli in nero e immagine fotografica a colori entro cornice biana (Edward Rozzo, Palazzo Madama: details)/cofanetto editoriale muto in cartoncino verde. Illustrazioni fotografiche a colori di Edward Rozzo. Stato buono (manca il cofanetto editoriale). Contents: note; by Luigi Coccioli (Chaairman Istituto Bancario San Paolo di Torino) - Introduction; by Giulio Carlo Argan - Roman and Medieval Turin ("Augusta Taurinorum": a brief archeological itinerary - Medieval Remains: The Acaja Palace and S. Domenico) - Reinassance, Manierism and the Counter-Reformation in Turin (The building yard of the Duomo: architects and sculptors towards the end of the 16th century - Turin "War Machine". Emanuele Filiberto and the Cittadella - The "Compagnia di Gesù" and the Santi Martiri - Ascanio Vitozzi, ducal engineer and architect) - Turin in the Baroque Period (Carlo and Amedeo di Castellamonte: the new ducal city - The Court Residences - Guarini in Turin - The Residences of the Bourgeoisie) - Turin between Rococo and the Enlightenment (Juvarra at Turin. A Capital for Vittorio Amedeo II - Architecture and Decoration during the period of Carlo Emanuele III - A neo-Guarinian architect in Turin: Bernardoo Vittone) - Turin during the periods of Neo-Classicism, Romanticism and the Risorgimento (The neo-classical city. From the French domination to Carlo Felice - A capital for the Kingdom of Italy) - Fin the Siècle Turin (The period of Eclecticism - Turin in the "Liberty" period).