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by Howard Colvin,John Summerson

Author: Howard Colvin,John Summerson
Subcategory: Architecture
Language: English
Publisher: Paul Mellon Centre BA; 2nd edition (April 1, 2000)
Pages: 168 pages
Category: Photo and Art
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Inigo Jones, the first English classical architect, was famous in his own time and was the posthumous sponsor of the Palladian movement of the eighteenth century. This authoritative and elegantly written book.

Inigo Jones, the first English classical architect, was famous in his own time and was the posthumous sponsor of the Palladian movement of the eighteenth century.

Inigo Jones John Summerson, Howard Colvin. Price: £1. 0 This authoritative and elegantly written book, first published in 1966, reassessed Jones’s life. Inigo Jones, the first English classical architect, was famous in his own time and was the posthumous sponsor of the Palladian movement of the eighteenth century. This authoritative and elegantly written book, first published in 1966, reassessed Jones’s life and career, cleared away the myths of attribution that surround his work, and reassigned to him projects that had disappeared from his oeuvre. Summerson’s classic text is enhanced by a new foreword and notes by Howard Colvin, updated bibliography, and improved illustrations.

Summerson’s classic text is enhanced by a new foreword and notes by Howard Colvin, updated bibliography, and improved illustrations.

a b Summerson, John; Sir, John Newenham Summerson (1993). Inigo: The Troubled Life of Inigo Jones, Architect of the English Renaissance. London, Headline Book Publishing, 2003. Orgel, Stephen and Strong, Roy . "Inigo Jones: The Theatre of the Stuart Court", 1973. Architecture in Britain, 1530 to 1830. Yale University Press. Worsley, Giles, Inigo Jones and the European Classicist Tradition (New Haven and London, 2007).

Bibliography: p. 141-144

Bibliography: p. 141-144. Introduction - Early years - The masques - The first architectural designs - Surveyor to Prince Henry - The second Italian journey - The surveyor - Ten years' work : 1615-25 - Philosophy : architecture - The royal works of Charles I - Covent Garden - St Paul's Cathedral - Inigo. At sixty - Town and country - The Whitehall designs - The last years.

Howard Colvin, emeritus fellow of St. John's College, Oxford, was . Summerson's classic text is enhanced by a foreword and notes by Howard Colvin, a bibliography and illustrations

Howard Colvin, emeritus fellow of St. John's College, Oxford, was the author of 'A Biographical Dictionary of British Architects 1600-1840', published by Yale University Press. Summerson's classic text is enhanced by a foreword and notes by Howard Colvin, a bibliography and illustrations. John Summerson, a brilliant writer and lecturer on British architectural history, was curator of Sir John Soane's Museum in London.

a b Summerson, John; Sir, John Newenham Summerson (1993) Inigo: The Troubled Life of Inigo Jones, Architect of the English Renaissance. London, Headline Book Publishing, 2003

a b Summerson, John; Sir, John Newenham Summerson (1993). Colvin, Howard, "A Biographical Dictionary of British Architects: 1600 to 1840", 1954. Gotch, A J, "Inigo Jones", 1968.

Inigo Jones is regarded as the first English architect and the father of the English Palladian style, which drew from . Biographies of Jones include: Inigo Jones, by John Summerson and Howard Colvin.

Inigo Jones is regarded as the first English architect and the father of the English Palladian style, which drew from classical and renaissance Italian architecture. He designed a number of important buildings still standing in London, including St. Paul’s Church in Covent Garden, the Banqueting House in Whitehall and the Queen’s House in Greenwich. Inigo: The Troubled Life of Inigo Jones, Architect of the English Renaissance, by Michael Leapman. Inigo Jones and the European Classicist Tradition, by Giles Worsley.

Inigo Jones, British painter, architect, and designer who founded the English classical tradition of architecture. The Queen’s House (1616–19) at Greenwich, London, his first major work, became a part of the National Maritime Museum in 1937. His greatest achievement is the Banqueting House. Inigo Jones, (born July 15, 1573, Smithfield, London, En. died June 21, 1652, London), British painter, architect, and designer who founded the English classical tradition of architecture. His greatest achievement is the Banqueting House (1619–22) at Whitehall.

First published in 1966, now enhanced by a foreword and notes by Howard Colvin, updated, extensive bibliography and improved illustrations; reassesses Inigo Jones life and career as the first English classical architect. Authoritative and elegantly written, a classic text.

Inigo Jones, the first English classical architect, was famous in his own time and was the posthumous sponsor of the Palladian movement of the eighteenth century. This authoritative and elegantly written book, first published in 1966, reassessed Jones’s life and career, cleared away the myths of attribution that surround his work, and reassigned to him projects that had disappeared from his oeuvre. Summerson’s classic text is enhanced by a new foreword and notes by Howard Colvin, updated bibliography, and improved illustrations.