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THE PALLADIAN REVIVAL: LORD BURLINGTON, HIS VILLA AND GARDEN AT CHISWICK. John Harris. Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal, 1994. Organized in association with Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, and Royal Academy of Arts, London. Published in association with Yale University Press, New Haven. 292 pp. with 260 ills. (95 col.). 28 x 22 cm. LC 93-49024 ISBN 0300059833 In English.
Focused on the influential Neo-Palladian structure designed in the mid-1720s by Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of Burlington (1694-1753) as an addition to his country house near London, this catalogue presents photographs of the villa at Chiswick along with illustrations and individual descriptions of 122 drawings, paintings, watercolors and prints that include elevations, plans and sectional views by Burlington and his collaborators William Kent and Henry Flitcroft; designs by Andrea Palladio, Inigo Jones and other figures who inspired the architect; and portraits and topographical images by such artists as Jonathan Richardson and Jacques Rigaud. Two essays examining the origins of the Palladian revival in England and reviewing Burlington's career preface a six-part text that traces in detail the evolution of the design of the villa, its interior and the elegant gardens at the Chiswick estate.
Artist(s):Burlington, Richard Boyle, Earl of
Indexing: Western, Europe — Great Britain — 1600-1800 — Architecture — Palladianism
Plans: 01,06,07,08,13,15,17,24
Worldwide Number: 024632
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