1699 Famed Architecture of D’Aviler Illustrated ART Michelangelo Vignola French

d’AVILER, Augustin-Charles

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A rare, late 17th-century illustrated art and architecture text by Augustin-Charles d’Aviler. Aviler was a French architect most-remembered as being a strong promoter of the famed Italian architect Vignola.

 

This volume from ‘Cours d’Architecture’ includes 115 incredible engravings depicting art, architecture, buildings, sculptures, arches, columns, doors, interior chambers, gardens, fountains, and more. In addition to the illustrations, this work has added commentary on works of Vignola and Michelangelo and their Italian art and architecture.

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1699 Famed Architecture of D’Aviler Illustrated ART Michelangelo Vignola French

 

A rare, late 17th-century illustrated art and architecture text by Augustin-Charles d’Aviler. Aviler was a French architect most-remembered as being a strong promoter of the famed Italian architect Vignola.

 

This volume from ‘Cours d’Architecture’ includes 115 incredible engravings depicting art, architecture, buildings, sculptures, arches, columns, doors, interior chambers, gardens, fountains, and more. In addition to the illustrations, this work has added commentary on works of Vignola and Michelangelo and their Italian art and architecture.

 

Item number: #1603

Price: $750

 

d’AVILER, Augustin-Charles

 

Cours D’Architecture qui comprend Les Ordres De Vignole : Avec des Commentaires, les Figures & Descriptions de ses plus beaux Bâtimens, & de ceux de Michel-Ange … ; Avec Une Ample Explication par ordre Alphabetique de tous les Termes.

 

Amsterdam : Gallet, 1699.

 

Details:

  • Collation complete with all pages: [80], xii, 355, [1]
    • 115 engraved plates, 31 folding
  • Provenance: Bookplate – “credunt quod vident” (motto)
    • Sir Gilbert Elliot, 2nd Baronet, (of Minto) (c.  1693 – 16 April 1766) was a Scottish lawyer, politician and judge from Minto in the Scottish Borders. From 1763 until his death 3 years later, he was Lord Justice Clerk, the second most senior judge in Scotland.
  • Binding: Leather; tight & secure
  • Language: French
  • Size: ~8in X 6.5in (20cm x 16.5cm)

 

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1603

Category

Arts & Architecture

Authors

d’AVILER, Augustin-Charles

Printing Date

17th Century

Language

French

Binding

Leather

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete