Architettura e committenza da Alberti a Bramante
2006, cm 17 x 24, vi-456 pp. con 346 ill. n.t.
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A collection of seven essays mostly translated from German and dating back to the 80’s and 90’s. The essays examine the influence Leon Battista Alberti had on some of the most important mid 15th-century architects from central Italy: Bernardo Rossellini, Francesco del Borgo, Giuliano da Sangallo, Baccio Pontelli and others. Yet, by anticipating the culmination of 16th-century Roman Renaissance in his works in Lombardy, Bramante is Alberti’s only spiritual heir.