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Fragments from Greek and Roman architecture : the Classical American…

by Hector d'Espouy

Other authors: John Blatteau (Introduction), Christiane Sears (Introduction)

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Greek and Roman architecture in classic drawings. Mineola, N.Y. : Dover Publications, 1999.

was originally published in English as:
Fragments from Greek and Roman architecture. New York : W.W. Norton, 1981. (The Classical America series in art and architecture)
They are selections from the work by de H. d’Espouy: Fragments d’architecture du moyen âge et de la renaissance d’après les relevés & restaurations des anciens pensionnaires de l’Académie de France à Rome. Paris : C. Schmid, etc., [1897]-c1925.
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Perhaps the finest record of classical architectural detail ever made. Executed in the demanding technique of India ink and water color rendering, the illustrations include the Parthenon, Roman temples, Pantheon, Colosseum, many others. Unparalleled three-dimensionality and effects of scale. Enhanced with Introductory Notes by John Blatteau and Christiane Sears. Notes. Preface. 127 plates.

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