IL CINQUECENTO ROMANO 16TH-CEN­TU­RY ROMAN PALAZZO

Abitare - - LIBRI - Giu­sep­pe Pul­la­ra)

È du­ra­to set­te an­ni lo stu­dio del palazzo cin­que­cen­te­sco romano, ora pub­bli­ca­to dal Bol­let­ti­no d’Ar­te del Mi­bac. Una ric­ca ico­no­gra­fia ac­com­pa­gna i sag­gi di tan­ti stu­dio­si coor­di­na­ti da Clau­dia Con­for­ti (Uni­ver­si­tà Tor Ver­ga­ta) e Gio­van­na Sa­po­ri (Uni­ver­si­tà Ro­ma Tre). I no­bi­li edi­fi­ci ro­ma­ni so­no cen­ti­na­ia, tut­ti o qua­si in gra­do di for­ma­re l’in­com­pa­ra­bi­le bel­lez­za del­la Cit­tà Eter­na. ( It took se­ven years to com­pi­le the stu­dy of the 16th

cen­tu­ry Roman palazzo that has now been pu­bli­shed by the edi­tions of the Mi­ni­stry of the Cul­tu­ral He­ri­ta­ge’s Bol­let­ti­no d’Ar­te. A la­vi­sh set of il­lu­stra­tions ac­com­pa­nies the es­says of the ma­ny scho­lars coor­di­na­ted by Clau­dia Con­for­ti and Gio­van­na Sa­po­ri. There are hun­dreds of no­ble to­w­n­hou­ses in Ro­me, al­mo­st all of whi­ch con­tri­bu­te to the in­com­pa­ra­ble beau­ty of the Eter­nal Ci­ty.

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