18th Century Architecture.pdf

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Department
History of Art
Course
FAH-0002
Professor
Eric Rosenberg
Semester
Spring

Description
18th Century Architecture Chiswick House, Twickenham (nr. London), Lord  Burlington, begun 1725, Classical  Very similar to Villa Rotunda in Vicenza but  simplified and more diversity of room types  Echoes Palladio and Pantheon, centrally planned  building is also Classical  Harmony of nature—Corinthian columns in  proportions of the human body  Suburban villa Stourhead, Wiltshire (England), Henry  Hoare and Henry Flitcroft, 1740s­70s   Opposite of the Chateau of Versailles’s conquering  of nature (geometric, directed)  Kept Medieval buildings and built new ones  Greater freedom, inner subjectivity Royal Saltworks, Arc­et­Senans 
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