VILLA TARSILA-LUARCA

VILLA TARSILA-LUARCA

Villa Godi,  designed by Andrea  Palladio (please note the ceiling)

loggia with frescoes at Villa Godi, designed by Andrea Palladio

Giardino di Villa Emo, Monselice, Italia    Attribuita a Vincenzo Scamozzi, la cinquecentesca Villa Emo sorge ai piedi dei Colli Euganei non lontano Da Monselice.

Giardino di Villa Emo, Monselice, Italia Attribuita a Vincenzo Scamozzi, la cinquecentesca Villa Emo sorge ai piedi dei Colli Euganei non lontano Da Monselice.

Villa Torrigiani - I could live like this.

Villa Torrigiani in Toscana, Italia (secolo XVI)

Villa Malvarana, behind we can see Villa Rotonda.

Villa Valmarana ai Nani a Vicenza – Th&Ma architettura

Residenze Reali a #Torino: Villa della Regina

Residenze Reali a Villa della Regina

Villa Pojana is a patrician villa in Pojana Maggiore, a town of the Province of Vicenza in the Veneto region of Italy. It was designed by Andrea Palladio. Palladio's design was inspired by ancient Roman baths, which he had studied during a trip to Rome. The main floor is characterized by a large hall with a barrel vault ceiling. Villa Pojana remains one of the most curious examples of Palladio's architecture

Villa Pojana or Poiana, is a patrician villa in Pojana Maggiore, a town of the Province of Vicenza in the Veneto region of Italy. It was designed by the Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio.

Villa Madama, - Buscar con Google

211 Villa Madama near Rome, Italy - designed by the great Italian Renaissance artist/architect RAPHAEL c. 1516 and constructed

Villa Arvedi, Grezzana (Verona)

Illusion and harmony in Villa Arvedi

Art History Presentation Archive: The Villa Farnesina

Kara Dunn Honors in Rome - Summer 2004 I. Introduction "Key Figures: Patron and Artists of the Villa Farnesina" The Villa Farnesina is a Rom.

Italian Villas: Villa Emo Capodilista, Selvazzano Dentro (PD), Veneto, Italy

Villa Capodilista, La Montecchia near Padova, Italy, Veneto.

Villa dei Vescovi - Luvigliano di Torreglia (Padova). ph. Mauro Ranzani

Villa dei Vescovi, Luvigliano di Torreglia, Padova by Falconetto

Villa Chiericati Fogazzaro Roi, Montegalda (Of I'm not mistaken this one has a beautifully fanciful semi enclosed staircase in pink accented with white plaster scroll work.)

Villa Chiericati Fogazzaro Roi, Montegalda (Of I'm not mistaken this one has a beautifully fanciful semi enclosed staircase in pink accented with white plaster scroll work.)

The Villa Gazzotti Grimani (1542) is a Renaissance villa, an early work of architect Andrea Palladio, located in the village of Bertesina, near Vicenza in the Veneto region of northern Italy. The villa was designed and built in the 1540s for the Venetian Taddeo Gazzotti and, like a number of Palladio's buildings, it incorporates a pre-existing structure. In 1550, before the building was completed, Gazzotti was facing financial problems  sold the villa to Girolamo Grimani.

The Villa Gazzotti Grimani (1542) is a Renaissance villa, an early work of architect Andrea Palladio, located in the village of Bertesina, near Vicenza in the Veneto region of northern Italy. The villa was designed and built in the 1540s for the Venetian Taddeo Gazzotti and, like a number of Palladio's buildings, it incorporates a pre-existing structure. In 1550, before the building was completed, Gazzotti was facing financial problems sold the villa to Girolamo Grimani.

Villa della Regina, veduta aerea. Foto di Massimo Oliva

Villa della Regina, veduta aerea. Foto di Massimo Oliva

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