In this study, Professor Ackerman sets Palladio in the context of his age – the Humanist era of Michelangelo and Raphael, Titian and Veronese – and examines . James Sloss Ackerman (November 8, – December 31, ) was an American architectural historian, a major scholar of Michelangelo’s architecture, of Palladio and of Italian Renaissance architectural theory. Ackerman – – Download as PDF File .pdf) or read online.
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Lucia rated it really liked it Sep 30, This page was last edited on 15 Octoberat You come away from reading this with a deep appreciation for this innovative architect and an understanding for why his impact has been so great.
Love in Twelve Languages. Ackerman was born pallado San Francisco in November Ackerman – – Critical Inquiry 5 3: His studies were interrupted by his World War II service in the US Army in Italy, which, however, gave him an opportunity to increase his on-site understanding of Italian Renaissance architecturehis specialty—he was assigned to retrieve the archives secured at the Certosa di Pavia. Preview palladoi Palladio by James S. Open Preview See a Problem?
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May 28, Tedb0t rated aackerman liked it Shelves: I carried it in my backpack when I visited the region and toured some of the villas and cities like Vicenza where his work is concentrated and it greatly enhanced the experience. Professor Ackerman has lived several years in Italy, beginning with service during the last war, and is the author of many ackrrman on Italian architecture, including The Cortile akcerman Belvederea history of the Renaissance portion of the Vatican Palace, and The Architecture of Michelangelowhich received the Charles Rufus Morey Award of the College Art Association of America and the Alice David Hitchcock Award of the Society of Architectural Historians.
About as lively as Palladio’s corpse, but still more interesting than watching paint dry. Matthew rated it really liked it Sep 04, On Judging Art Without Absolutes.
Palladio by James S. Ackerman
If lalladio quasi-country gentleman, Trissino, had not drawn him out of the stoneyard at the dawn of the agricultural revolution, he would not have been Palladio, much less an architect. He was a Fellow at the American Academy in Rome — Find it on Scholar. Andrea Palladio, Polybius and Julius Caesar.
Recently, he has published The Villa: He was the editor of The Art Bulletin —60 and Annali d’architettura. Chris Walker rated it really liked it Apr 05, Tim McKeough and Daniel Libeskind.
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James S. Ackerman
He was awarded the Balzan Prize for achievement in architectural history and urbanism and the Paul Kristeller citation of the Renaissance Society of America for lifetime achievement. His rigorous method set architecture in the broader contexts of cultural and intellectual history.
Thus is not the most exciting read but it is a thorough discussion of Palladio’s work. Hale – – Journal of the Ppalladio and Courtauld Institutes Retrieved 1 April Difficult to get through without background knowledge of architectural terms and theory. Tokens of My Love.
In this study, Professor Ackerman sets Palladio in the context of his age — the Humanist era of Michelangelo and Raphael, Titian and Veronese — and examines each of the villas, churches and palaces in turn and tries to penetrate to the heart of the Palladian miracle.
He is co-author of a volume on historical practice and theory, Art and Archaeology Palladio’s theoretical writings are important and illuminating, he suggests, yet they never do justice to the intense intuitive skills of “a magician of light and colour”.
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