The architectural refinements of St. Mark's at Venice: with remarks on other churches showing a similar system of leaning verticles: especially those in Orvieto, Vicenza, Milan, Pavia, Bologna, and Arezzo, and including the renaissance church of S. Giorgio Maggiore at Venice
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15 feet accidental movement aisle angles AMBROGIO amount apse arch Architectural Record architectural refinements Arezzo bend Borgo San Donnino Brooklyn Institute building Cathedral choir church clerestory column leans Compare Fig constructive corresponding Cremona curve in elevation direction Doge's Palace double lean east and west east gallery end walls engaged columns enlargement of 1901 entasis facade facts Giorgio Maggiore height horizontal curves Illustrated inches lean outward leaning verticals limit of error Mark's at Venice mediaeval Memoir Milan nave north and south north vestibule observed opposite sides Orvieto outward leaning outward receding parapet Pavia perpendicular photograph of 1895 photograph of 1901 photogravures pilaster leans Pisa Pisa Cathedral plumb measurements plumb-line recede outwards regards Renaissance right aisle shown by Fig shows side aisles Signor Saccardo south transept south wall Survey enlargement Survey photograph thrust tion transept Plan transept walls uniform vaulting vertical curves Vicenza walls lean west pier west wall widening