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THE CHURCHES OF ROME, 1527-1870: VOL. II. Michael Erwee. Pindar Press, London, 2015. 838 pp. with 247 col. ills. 25 x 18 cm. ISBN 9781904597674 In English.
Publisher's description: The churches of Rome constitute arguably the most important manifestations of art and architecture in the Western world. This book is a detailed description of 251 churches in Rome and the Vatican City, built or decorated between 1527 and 1870, and is based on extensive research in state, church and private archives, as well as an exhaustive survey of modern and historical bibliographical sources. Its aim is to provide a more complete picture of the construction and decoration of these churches than previously known. This entails not only providing the names of the architects who designed the churches, but also the names of the masons (muratori) and stone cutters (scalpellini), who built the churches and whose skills were essential for realizing the architect's plans. This depth of information is carried through to the interior decorations. The interior of each church is then described in depth, on a chapel-by-chapel basis, and includes stucco work, marble revetment, monuments, metal work, fresco and painted decorations and altarpieces. For each church, a brief historical introduction is given and a general bibliography supplied.
Indexing: Western, Europe — Italy — Several Periods — Architecture
Plans: 73,56
Worldwide Number: 160512
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