This volume analyzes the Verona architect's work, dedicating extensive chapters to specific themes, such as military architecture, aristocratic palaces and religious buildings.
An exhaustive monograph on the work of Verona’s leading Mannerist architect, who ingeniously combined elements from classical Roman architecture with building methods used in Veneto.
The research carried out by the American scholars Davies and Hemsoll, shows how Sanmicheli’s interpretations of classicism, influenced by the work of Raphael, Antonio da Sangallo and Sansovino, form the basis of Sanmicheli’s architectural language.
This volume analyzes the Verona architect’s work, dedicating extensive chapters to specific themes such as military architecture, aristocratic palaces and religious buildings.
A wealth of illustrations document Sanmicheli’s works in Verona and Venice.