Leon Battista Alberti  - design for church of San Sebastiano, Mantova (Mantua, Italy) 15th century

Leon Battista Alberti - design for church of San Sebastiano, Mantova (Mantua, Italy) century

The first palace design displaying the superimposition of the Architectural Orders: Palazzo Rucellai, Florence, Italy; designed by Leon Battista Alberti (1404-1472), built under the direction of Bernardo Rossellino between 1446-1451.

The first palace design displaying the superimposition of the Architectural Orders: Palazzo Rucellai, Florence, Italy; designed by Leon Battista Alberti built under the direction of Bernardo Rossellino between

abuildingaday: “ Palazzo Rucellai Leon Battista Alberti Florence, Italy 1451 ”

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Leon Battista Alberti,  Città ideale, Urbino, Galleria Nazionale delle Marche

Leon Battista Alberti, Città ideale, Urbino, Galleria Nazionale delle Marche

Chiesa di San Sebastiano (Mantova) - Leon Battista Alberti

Chiesa di San Sebastiano (Mantova) - Leon Battista Alberti Plus

Seitenfassade von Sant'Andrea - Leon Battista Alberti

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Leon Battista Alberti, Facciata della chiesa di Santa Maria Novella, Firenze 1439-42

Leon Battista Alberti, Facciata della chiesa di Santa Maria Novella, Firenze 1439-42

Palazzo Rucellai, Florence, Alberti, 1446, Is duidelijk inspiratie op klassieke tijd, arcades/aquaduct achtig, simpel huis wat regelmatig geworden is, klassieke orde toegepast: versiering, nagedacht over harmonie. Dat konden ze terugvinden in dat klassieke systeem van Vitruvius.

Palazzo Rucellai a Firenze

Leon Battista Alberti / Tempio Malatestiano aka San Francesco aka Rimini Chapel / Rimini / 1450 / (commissioned by Sigismondo Malatesta)

Francesco, Rimini (o Tempio Malatestiano), Leon Battista Alberti, 1446

Alberti's "Veil", "De pictura praestantissima", English translation, "On Painting

An introduction to drawing grids, their history and how to use them

Tempio Malatestiano. GB Alberti, Rímini

Tempio Malatestiano. GB Alberti, Rímini

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