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Villa Emo, Fanzolo di Vedelago: the Sala seen from the entrance hall

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Palladio, Andrea (1508-1580)
NOTES: This villa was built for Leonardo di Giovanni Emo in c.1559-1565. It corresponds to Palladio's illustrations in 'I Quattro libri dell'architettura' of 1570, save minor details.

Villa Emo, Fanzolo di Vedelago: the Sala decorated with frescoes by Giambattista Zelotti

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Palladio, Andrea (1508-1580)
NOTES: This villa was built for Leonardo di Giovanni Emo in c.1559-1565. It corresponds to Palladio's illustrations in 'I Quattro libri dell'architettura' of 1570, save minor details.

Villa Emo, Fanzolo di Vedelago: the Sala decorated with frescoes by Giambattista Zelotti seen from a side chamber

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Palladio, Andrea (1508-1580)
NOTES: This villa was built for Leonardo di Giovanni Emo in c.1559-1565. It corresponds to Palladio's illustrations in 'I Quattro libri dell'architettura' of 1570, save minor details.

Villa Emo, Fanzolo di Vedelago: the Sala decorated with frescoes by Giambattista Zelotti

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Palladio, Andrea (1508-1580)
NOTES: This villa was built for Leonardo di Giovanni Emo in c.1559-1565. It corresponds to Palladio's illustrations in 'I Quattro libri dell'architettura' of 1570, save minor details.

Villa Caldogno, Nordera Sacchetto, Caldogno: a glimpse of a lateral chamber from the one of the large lateral chambers

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Palladio, Andrea (1508-1580)
NOTES: This villa is attributed to Palladio, although it did not appear in his treatise 'I Quattro libri dell'architettura' of 1570. It was first attributed to Palladio by Lorenzo Muttoni in 1740; his involvement, considered to be in the 1540s, is confirmed by a plan sketch in the RIBA Library Drawings Collection. A Latin inscription on the facade dates the completion of the building to 1570, which probably refers to the completion of the interior decoration executed by Giambattista Zelotti and Giovanni Antonio Fasolo.

Villa Caldogno, Nordera Sacchetto, Caldogno: a glimpse into the Sala from one of the lateral chambers

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Palladio, Andrea (1508-1580)
NOTES: This villa is attributed to Palladio, although it did not appear in his treatise 'I Quattro libri dell'architettura' of 1570. It was first attributed to Palladio by Lorenzo Muttoni in 1740; his involvement, considered to be in the 1540s, is confirmed by a plan sketch in the RIBA Library Drawings Collection. A Latin inscription on the facade dates the completion of the building to 1570, which probably refers to the completion of the interior decoration executed by Giambattista Zelotti and Giovanni Antonio Fasolo.

Villa Caldogno, Nordera Sacchetto, Caldogno: a glimpse of the fireplace by Lorenzo Rubini

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Palladio, Andrea (1508-1580)
NOTES: This villa is attributed to Palladio, although it did not appear in his treatise 'I Quattro libri dell'architettura' of 1570. It was first attributed to Palladio by Lorenzo Muttoni in 1740; his involvement, considered to be in the 1540s, is confirmed by a plan sketch in the RIBA Library Drawings Collection. A Latin inscription on the facade dates the completion of the building to 1570, which probably refers to the completion of the interior decoration executed by Giambattista Zelotti and Giovanni Antonio Fasolo.

Villa Caldogno, Nordera Sacchetto, Caldogno: one of the two large bedrooms in the left wing decorated with frescoes depicting the story of Scipio and Sonfonisba by Zelotti

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Palladio, Andrea (1508-1580)
NOTES: This villa is attributed to Palladio, although it did not appear in his treatise 'I Quattro libri dell'architettura' of 1570. It was first attributed to Palladio by Lorenzo Muttoni in 1740; his involvement, considered to be in the 1540s, is confirmed by a plan sketch in the RIBA Library Drawings Collection. A Latin inscription on the facade dates the completion of the building to 1570, which probably refers to the completion of the interior decoration executed by Giambattista Zelotti and Giovanni Antonio Fasolo.

Villa Caldogno, Nordera Sacchetto, Caldogno: close-up of 'Il Concertino' fresco by Fasolo in the Sala

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Fasolo, Giovanni Antonio (1530-1572)
NOTES: This villa is attributed to Palladio, although it did not appear in his treatise 'I Quattro libri dell'architettura' of 1570. It was first attributed to Palladio by Lorenzo Muttoni in 1740; his involvement, considered to be in the 1540s, is confirmed by a plan sketch in the RIBA Library Drawings Collection. A Latin inscription on the facade dates the completion of the building to 1570, which probably refers to the completion of the interior decoration executed by Giambattista Zelotti and Giovanni Antonio Fasolo.

Villa Caldogno, Nordera Sacchetto, Caldogno: close-up of the fresco 'La Merenda' by Fasolo in the Sala

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Fasolo, Giovanni Antonio (1530-1572)
NOTES: This villa is attributed to Palladio, although it did not appear in his treatise 'I Quattro libri dell'architettura' of 1570. It was first attributed to Palladio by Lorenzo Muttoni in 1740; his involvement, considered to be in the 1540s, is confirmed by a plan sketch in the RIBA Library Drawings Collection. A Latin inscription on the facade dates the completion of the building to 1570, which probably refers to the completion of the interior decoration executed by Giambattista Zelotti and Giovanni Antonio Fasolo.

Villa Caldogno, Nordera Sacchetto, Caldogno: the fresco 'La Danza' by Fasolo in the Sala

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Fasolo, Giovanni Antonio (1530-1572)
NOTES: This villa is attributed to Palladio, although it did not appear in his treatise 'I Quattro libri dell'architettura' of 1570. It was first attributed to Palladio by Lorenzo Muttoni in 1740; his involvement, considered to be in the 1540s, is confirmed by a plan sketch in the RIBA Library Drawings Collection. A Latin inscription on the facade dates the completion of the building to 1570, which probably refers to the completion of the interior decoration executed by Giambattista Zelotti and Giovanni Antonio Fasolo.

Villa Caldogno, Nordera Sacchetto, Caldogno: one of the two large bedrooms on the left wing decorated with frescoes by Zelotti

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Palladio, Andrea (1508-1580)
NOTES: This villa is attributed to Palladio, although it did not appear in his treatise 'I Quattro libri dell'architettura' of 1570. It was first attributed to Palladio by Lorenzo Muttoni in 1740; his involvement, considered to be in the 1540s, is confirmed by a plan sketch in the RIBA Library Drawings Collection. A Latin inscription on the facade dates the completion of the building to 1570, which probably refers to the completion of the interior decoration executed by Giambattista Zelotti and Giovanni Antonio Fasolo.
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