Architectural Principles in the Age of Humanism
"Professor Wittkower's....studies of humanist architecture are masterpieces of scholarship."-Sir Kenneth Clark, Architectural Review.
A fourth edition of the forty-year-old classic.
Focusing on the principal architects of that time-from Alberti to Palladio-this bestselling classic explains the true significance of certain architectural forms, bringing to light the connections between the architecture and culture of the period. With publication scheduled to coincide with that of Architectonics of Humanism, this important reference is superbly reproduced in a new, large square format.
The late RUDOLF WITTKOWER was a college professor and eminent scholar residing in London, England.