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Penguin, 1966 - Fiction - 195 pages
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User Review  - pranogajec - LibraryThing

A concise and lucid overview of Palladio's career, focusing primarily on the formal development of Palladio's style, but also containing an admirably contextual approach that positions the great ... Read full review

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Not for the general reader. Difficult to get through without background knowledge of architectural terms and theory. Read full review


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James S. Ackerman, Arthur Kingsley Porter Professor of Fine Arts Emeritus at Harvard University, is the author of books on Michelangelo's architecture, Palladio, and the villa.He is the winner of the Balzan Prize 2001 in the category of history of architecture, which includes town planning and landscape design presented by the International Balzan Foundation.

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