Vitruvius Britannicus

Vitruvius Britannicus Book Details:

Publisher : Courier Corporation

ISBN-13 : 048613945X

Page : 288 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 45X voters

This groundbreaking work established Neo-Palladianism as the national style, overthrowing Baroque trends and anointing Inigo Jones as the British Vitruvius. Its 300 illustrations include facades, grounds, exteriors, and perspective views.

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