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Porta del Palio (La Stupa), Vicenza: elevation of the outer face

RIBA32271
Sanmicheli, Michele (1484-1559)
NOTES: This drawing was made either by Visentini or one of his assistants.

Porta del Palio (La Stupa), Verona: elevation of the inner face

RIBA32272
Sanmicheli, Michele (1484-1559)
NOTES: This drawing was made either by Visentini or one of his assistants.

Porta del Palio (La Stupa), Verona: elevation of the outer face featuring rusticated stonework

RIBA32274
Sanmicheli, Michele (1484-1559)
NOTES: This drawing was made either by Visentini or one of his assistants.

Porte de Notre Dame, Cambrai: elevation and plan of the the facade facing outwards towards the moat

RIBA32676
NOTES: This drawing (numbered Plate ) is one of a series of topographical thesis studies made by Cowlishaw between 1928 and 1930 while he was a member of the Imperial War Graves Commission. The series was entitled 'French Civic Architecture 1500-1802. A study of some of the notable buildings in Northern France erected during the early part of the 16th century to the beginning of the 19th century.'

Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: oblique view of the stage wall

RIBA34510
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.

Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: the stage wall as seen from the town

RIBA34511
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.

Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: detail of the stage wall

RIBA34518
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.

Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: detail of a side wall incorporating the remains of the Roman wall

RIBA34520
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.

City walls, Soave

RIBA38104
NOTES: The battlemented walls were built before 1375.

Porta Nuova, Verona

RIBA38188
Sanmicheli, Michele (1484-1559)

Study of a city gate: elevation

RIBA38263
SOURCE: Sebastiano Serlio. Regole generali di architetura (Di Architettura, book IV) (Venice, 1537), p. 9 recto, pl. IX NOTES: Andrea Palladio made a drawn copy of this plate in the 1550s. Palladio's drawing is numbered X/12 in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection.
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