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Fri Mar 21 17:12:05 2014 UTClccn-n830572030.00The Villa Medici in Rome. 1-20.491.00Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer associates : buildings and projects, 1993-1998 /59116557n 83057203942221Andres, GlennAndres, Glenn M.Andres, Glenn Merle 1941-アンドレス, グレンlccn-n83057204Turner, A. Richard(Almon Richard)1932-2011othlccn-n79072947Hunisak, John M.1944-othlccn-n82049629Okamura, Takashi1927-2014illphtlccn-n86102837Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associateslccn-n80089330Villa Medicilccn-n86832914Waters, Debralccn-n81112547Friedman, Mildred vecchioPalazzo vecchiolccn-no98125089Treccani Video Librarylccn-n80090407Istituto della Enciclopedia italianaAndres, Glenn M.CatalogsHistoryExhibition catalogsGuidebooksToursPictorial worksArt, ItalianItaly--FlorenceArt, RenaissanceArchitectureUnited StatesHardy Holzman Pfeiffer AssociatesArtMedici, House ofVilla MediciItaly--RomeSculpture--Private collectionsSculpture, RomanSculptureFerdinando--I,--Grand-Duke of Tuscany,TravelHistoric buildingsVermont--MiddleburyVermontPalazzo vecchio (Florence, Italy)Art, MedievalArt patronageItaly--Montepulciano194119641966196819701971197419751976198119871988198919901991199219931994199719981999200020052010201319582898709.4551N6921.F7ocn468542049ocn185298886115225ocn009393876book19870.33Andres, Glenn MThe art of FlorencePictorial works"Since the radiant years of the Renaissance, the city of Florence has come to represent the greatest triumph of the Western cultural tradition. Here, hundreds of the most splendidly talented artists in history lived and worked, and collaborated in the creation of the great urban museum we know as Florence. "The Art of Florence" analyzes the history of Florentine art in terms of the distinctly Florentine and Tuscan influences that shaped it, linking the city's architecture, sculpture, and painting to the rich social fabric and the dramatic political life of the city. Woven into this history is a visual documentation of Florence's treasures."--Amazon+-+566651143521614ocn001863376book19700.88Andres, Glenn MThe Villa Medici in Rome2134ocn043102619book19990.76Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates : buildings and projects 1992-1998HistoryCatalogs+-+23577329351162ocn020741540visu19890.59The Medici and Palazzo Vecchio the Florentine republic and ducal FlorenceHistoryChronicles the history of the Palazzo Vecchio's structure, its building plan and decoration at the hands of artisans during a period of two centuries. At the very center of the saga stands the Medici family, whose financial plans and political aspirations are matched by their savvy as art patrons681ocn026720373book19930.88Andres, Glenn MHardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates : concepts and buildingsHistoryExhibition catalogs294ocn002035403book19750.70Andres, Glenn MA walking history of MiddleburyToursGuidebooks276ocn767751879book19910.37Accademia di Francia (Rome, Italy)La Villa Médicis241ocn830992802book20130.70Andres, Glenn MBuildings of VermontGuidebooks"Most picture Vermont with handsome barns overlooking rolling pastures, white country churches punctuating hillsides of blazing maples, and small villages clustered around gracious greens. While not inaccurate, this image does little justice to the architectural richness of a state that retains so significant a variety of building types, landscapes, and historic environments that it was declared a national historic treasure by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Buildings of Vermont looks beyond the stereotypes to explain the remarkable range, quality, humanity, and persistence of a built landscape that has a compelling appeal to visitors and residents alike. This volume showcases Vermont's rich stew of styles and types begun with traditions from colonial and early federal New England and New York and enriched over time by the contributions of immigrants from Scotland, English and French Canada, Ireland, Italy, Scandinavia, and Eastern Europe. It explores their dissemination up transportation routes. It showcases local materials (timber, limestone, marble, granite, early iron, brick, and slate) and technologies that range from log and braced frame through cobblestone and snecked ashlar to metal fabrication. It includes classic examples of vernacular types, functional structures, and pattern-book and mail-order designs, along with high-style statements from the likes of Ammi B. Young, Richard Upjohn, Henry Hobson Richardson, McKim, Mead and White, Jens Larsen, Peter Eisenman, and noteworthy regional and local architects and builders who have previously received little attention. Both conservative and trendsetting, the buildings range from some of America's finest Federal and Greek Revival meetinghouses, early Gothic Revival churches, Victorian inns, Italianate and panel brick business rows, wood-framed general stores, robber-baron estates, and hippie houses, as well as early water-powered mills, large railroad and factory complexes with nearby workers' housing, summer camps, roadside cabins, and ski resorts." -- Publisher's description213ocn490289133book19890.93La Villa MédicisCatalogs156ocn832825762book19880.31Andres, Glenn MThe art of Florence154ocn830811287book19880.29Andres, Glenn MThe art of Florence134ocn175113951book19710.35Andres, Glenn MThe Villa Medici in Rome134ocn175113968book19710.35Andres, Glenn MThe Villa Medici in Rome121ocn165446038book19890.35Accademia di Francia (Rome, Italy)La Villa Médicis84ocn602384846book19910.66EtudesHistory42ocn039998623book19680.97Andres, Glenn MCardinal Giovanni Ricci: the builder from Montepulciano32ocn468542049book19991.00Waters, DebraHardy Holzman Pfeiffer associates : buildings and projects, 1993-1998+-+235773293511ocn471670166book1976Andres, Glenn MThe Villa Medici in Rome. 1-211ocn064685722com19970.47Andres, Glenn MA walking history of MiddleburyTours"The digitization of Glenn Andres' Walking History of Middlebury was conceived as a collaborative project between the Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History and Middlebury College Library and Information Services providing online access to an easily updated and more completely illustrated version of this popular local resource. . . .This online edition of A Walking History includes over a hundred new illustrations from the collections of the Stewart-Swift Research Center at the Sheldon Museum, the Middlebury College Archives, and other sources, and an updated section describing the Middlebury College campus, which has undergone significant changes since 1997. Street numbers for buildings in town have been updated in accordance with the 911 emergency readdressing program that took place in 1999. Revisions and additions to the text of the online edition were made by Glenn Andres."11ocn165197313book19930.10Andres, Glenn MConcepts and buildings / Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates : [exhibition held at the Middlebury College Museum of Art from January 12 - March 7, 1993]+-+5666511435+-+5666511435Fri Mar 21 15:55:03 EDT 2014batch13734