Year of Palladio

Illustration Captions

  • Fig. 1: Andrea Palladio, frontispiece, The Four Books (Giacomo Leoni edition, 1721) detail
  • Fig. 2: Title Page, The Four Books (Isaac Ware edition, 1738)
  • Fig. 3: Ionic of Palladio, The Four Books, Book One, Plate XX (Ware edition)
  • Fig. 4: Thomas Jefferson, bust by Jean-Antoine Houdon
  • Fig. 5: James Gibbs, A Book of Architecture, Title Page
  • Fig. 6: James Gibbs, Rules, Title Page
  • Fig. 7: James Gibbs, A Book of Architecture, Plate 59
  • Fig. 8: James Gibbs, Rules, Plate II, detail
  • Fig. 9: The Corinthian Order, Vignola, La Regola, Plate 32
  • Fig. 10: Villa Emo, The Four Books, Book Two, Plate XXXVIII (Ware edition)
  • Fig. 11: Villa Emo
  • Fig. 11a: Redwood Library, Newport, Rhode Island
  • Fig. 12: Montpelier, Orange County, Virginia
  • Fig. 13: Frascati, Orange County Virginia
  • Fig. 14: Villa Valmarana at Lisiera, The Four Books Book 2, Plate XLII (Ware edition)
  • Fig. 15: Drayton Hall, near Charleston, South Carolina, 1742
  • Fig. 16: Villa Pisani at Montagnana, garden front
  • Fig. 17: Villa Pisani, The Four Books, Book Two, Plate XXXV (Ware edition), detail
  • Fig. 18: Miles Brewton House, Charleston, South Carolina, ca. 1769
  • Fig. 19: Villa Cornaro
  • Fig. 20: Monticello, First House, Drawing attributed to Thomas Jefferson, Collection of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Coolidge Collection, Jefferson Papers, No. 289
  • Fig. 21: Villa Cornaro, The Four Books, Book Two, Plate XXXVIII (Leoni edition)
  • Fig. 22: Monticello, Albemarle County, Virginia
  • Fig. 23: Hotel de Salm, 1786
  • Fig. 24: Annfield, Clarke County, Virginia
  • Fig. 25: Rosedale, Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Fig. 26: Villa Saraceno, The Four Books, Book Two, Plate XXXIV (Ware edition)
  • Fig. 27: Villa Saraceno
  • Fig. 28: James Gibbs, Book of Architecture, Plate 58
  • Fig. 29: Mount Airy, Richmond County, Virginia
  • Fig. 30: Villa Barbaro, The Four Books, Book Two, Plate XXXIV (Ware edition), detail
  • Fig. 31: Villa Barbaro
  • Fig. 32: Battersea, Petersburg, Virginia
  • Fig. 33: James Brice House, Annapolis, Maryland
  • Fig. 34: Hammond-Harwood House, Annapolis, Maryland
  • Fig. 35: Homewood, Baltimore, Maryland
  • Fig. 36: Moss Neck Manor, Caroline County, Virginia
  • Fig. 37: William Morris, Rural Architecture (1750), title page
  • Fig. 38: William Morris, Rural Architecture, Plate 3
  • Fig. 39: Villa of the ìantients,î The Four Books, Book Two, Plate LI (Ware edition), detail
  • Fig. 40: Brandon, Prince George County, Virginia, ca. 1765
  • Fig. 41: Villa of the ìantients,î The Four Books, Book Two, Plate LI (Ware Edition), detail
  • Fig. 42: Robert Morris, Rural Architecture, Plate 39
  • Fig. 43: William Finnie House, Williamsburg, Virginia, ca. 1780
  • Fig. 44: Oak Lawn, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1822
  • Fig. 45: Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, Virginia, begun 1786
  • Fig. 46: Maison Carree, The Four Books, Book Four, Plate LXXXIII (Ware Edition)
  • Fig. 47: University of Virginia, Engraving by B. Tanner, 1827
  • Fig. 48: Rotunda, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, completed 1826
  • Fig. 49: The Pantheon, The Four Books, Book 4, Plate LXII (Leoni edition)
  • Fig. 50: University of Virginia, B. Tanner Engraving, 1827, detail
  • Fig. 51: Pavilion III, University of Virginia, Corinthian of Palladio
  • Fig. 52: Pavilion V, University of Virginia, Ionic of Palladio
  • Fig. 53: Pavilion VII, University of Virginia, Doric of Palladio
  • Fig. 54: Barboursville, Orange County, Virginia, 1822, burned 1884
  • Fig. 55: Thomas Jefferson, Competition drawing for the Presidentís House, 1792, Maryland Historical Society
  • Fig. 56: Villa Rotunda, The Four Books, Book Two, Plate XV (Leoni edition)
  • Fig. 57: Rotunda House, elevation, Robert Mills, ink and wash, 1803. Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston
  • Fig. 58: Bremo (south front), Fluvanna County, Virginia, completed 1820
  • Fig. 59: Bremo (north front), Fluvanna County, Virginia
  • Fig. 60: Bremo Barn, Fluvanna County, Virginia
  • Fig. 61: Title page, Book Four, The Four Books (Ware Edition)
  • Fig. 62: Temple of Jupiter Stator, The Four Books, Book 4, Plate XII (Ware Edition)
  • Fig. 63: Mecklenburg County Courthouse, Charlotte, North Carolina, Louis Asbury, architect, 1928
  • Fig. 64: Departmental Auditorium, Federal Triangle, Washington, D.C., completed 1935
  • Fig. 65: Supreme Court Building, Washington, D.C., completed 1935
  • Fig. 66: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. John L. Smythmeyer and Paul Pelz, architects, completed 1897
  • Fig. 67: Memorial Rotunda, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1902
  • Fig. 68: Tempietto, The Four Books, Book Four, Plate XLV (Ware Edition)
  • Fig. 69: Yale University Colonnade, 1927
  • Fig. 70: Temple of the Divine Hadrian, Rome
  • Fig. 71: Gymnasium, Woodberry Forest School, Orange, Virginia, ca. 1939
  • Fig. 72: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, completed 1928
  • Fig. 73: Great Hall, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, Richard Morris Hunt, architect, 1902
  • Fig. 74: Temple of Peace (Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine), The Four Books, Book 4, Plate II (Ware Edition)
  • Fig. 75: Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, completed 1929
  • Fig. 76: Baltimore Museum of Art, interior courtyard
  • Fig. 77: Egyptian Hall, The Four Books, Book Two, Plate XXVII (Ware Edition)
  • Fig. 78: St. Martin-in-the-Fields, James Gibbs, A Book of Architecture, Plate 3
  • Fig. 79: All Souls Unitarian Church, Washington, D.C., Coolidge and Shattuck, architects, 1924
  • Fig. 80: Baltimore Cathedral (The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary), Baltimore, Maryland
  • Fig. 81: Baltimore Cathedral portico
  • Fig. 82: United States Naval Academy Chapel, Annapolis, Maryland Ernest Flagg, architect, begun 1902
  • Fig. 83: Mother Church, Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, Brigham and Beman, architects, 1906
  • Fig. 84: University Baptist Church, Baltimore, Maryland
  • Fig. 85: Pennsylvania Station, Baltimore, Maryland, Kenneth Mackenzie, architect, 1911
  • Fig. 86: Broad Street Station, Richmond, Virginia, John Russell Pope, architect, completed 1919
  • Fig. 87: Merchantís Exchange (Now Regent Wall Street Hotel), New York City
  • Fig. 88: Palazzo Chiericati, Vicenza, Italy
  • Fig. 89: Valley National Bank, Staunton, Virginia, T.J. Collins, Architect, 1903
  • Fig. 90: Whitemarsh Hall (Pennsylvania State Archive)
  • Fig. 91: Aqueduct of Hadrian, Antiquities of Athens, Volume III, Chapter IV, Plate II
  • Fig. 92: Sebastiano Serlio, The Five Books of Architecture, detail, Book 4, Chapter 7, Fol. 42 (English Edition, 1611)
  • Fig. 93: Vicenza Basilica, The Four Books, Book Three, plate XIX (Ware Edition)
  • Fig. 94: Vicenza Basilica
  • Fig. 95: St. Martin-in-the-Fields, A Book of Architecture, Plate 4, detail
  • Fig. 96: Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, tower added 1750
  • Fig. 97: Mount Pleasant, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1762
  • Fig. 98: Mount Clare, Baltimore, Maryland,1760
  • Fig. 99: Gunston Hall, Fairfax County, Virginia, 1760
  • Fig. 100: Read House, New Castle, Delaware
  • Fig. 101: 13 E. 67th Street, 1921 (Harry Allen Jacobs, Architect) New York City
  • Fig. 102: McMansion (anywhere U.S.A.)
  • Fig. 103: One International Place, Boston, Massachusetts
  • Fig. 104: Parking Deck
  • Fig. 105: Andrea Palladio

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