A new title in the prestigious series devoted to the history of Italian architecture.
[The Nineteenth Century. History of Italian Architecture] This volume completes the series covering the period from the fifteenth to the twentieth century. Its collection of essays by eminent Italian and international historians, provides a multifaceted picture of Italian nineteenth-century architecture by analyzing cities and buildings from the end of the Art Deco period to the beginning of Neo-Classicism. There are also highly-accurate portraits of iconic figures such as Antonello Antonelli, Pasquale Poccianti, Giuseppe Mengoni, Camillo Boito and Giuseppe Jappelli. The essays that place the period under examination in a historical context, are accompanied by others on specific themes, which document the individual territorial realities and the key topics of the architectural debate at that time.