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Sir Christopher Wren overcame a complete lack of formal training and scan firsthand knowledge of European architecture to become a master of his art. He built nothing before he was thirty; but by the time he was seventy and still very active, his achievements rivaled those of any European architect.Wren was gifted with a fertile imagination, and his artistic gifts were complemented by his brilliant technical ingenuity. This combination is apparent in Wren''s greatest work, St. Paul''s Cathedral in London, which required rebuilding after the Great Fire of 1666. The famous dome of St. Paul''s is a masterpiece of engineering, but it is also considered among the most beautiful in the world; it occupies a striking place in the London skyline as a legacy to England''s greatest architect.This intelligent, well-illustrated survey by the late Margaret Whinney includes discussions of Wren''s churches and secular buildings, and provides a look at several of his unexecuted designs. Margaret Whinney, Books, Art and Architecture, World Of Art Series Wren Books>Art and Architecture, WW Norton

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Sir Christopher Wren overcame a complete lack of formal training and scan firsthand knowledge of European architecture to become a master of his art. He built nothing before he was thirty; but by the time he was seventy and still very active, his achievements rivaled those of any European architect. Wren was gifted with a fertile imagination, and his artistic gifts were complemented by his brilliant technical ingenuity. This combination is apparent in Wren's greatest work, St. Paul's Cathedral in London, which required rebuilding after the Great Fire of 1666. The famous dome of St. Paul's is a masterpiece of engineering, but it is also considered among the most beautiful in the world; it occupies a striking place in the London skyline as a legacy to England's greatest architect. This intelligent, well-illustrated survey by the late Margaret Whinney includes discussions of Wren's churches and secular buildings, and provides a look at several of his unexecuted designs. Wren Whinney, Margaret, Thames & Hudson

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216 Seiten, Kartoniert 166 plates; Index; - leichte Gebrauchsspuren, Kopfschnitt mit Stockflecken, Seiten leicht nachgedunkelt Versand D: 1,70 EUR Architekturgeschichte / Baugeschichte, Baugeschichte / Baukunst / Bauwesen // Sir Christopher Wren (* 20. Oktober 1632 in East-Knoyle in Wiltshire - 8. März 1723 in Hampton Court *) britischer Astronom, Architekt, [PU:London, Thames and Hudson,]

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Sir Christopher Wren overcame a complete lack of formal training and scant firsthand knowledge of European architecture to become a master of the art. He built nothing before he was 30, but by age 70, his achievements rivaled those of any European architect. This intelligent survey by the late Margaret Whinney includes discussions of Wren's churches and secular buildings--as well as his unexecuted designs. 166 illustrations.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780500201121
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0500201129
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1998
Herausgeber: Thames & Hudson
216 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,413 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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