Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller
The Architecture of the Renaissance in Tuscany Illustrating the Most Important Churches, Palaces, Villas and Monuments [2 volumes]. Carl von Stegman, Heinrich von Geymueller, Geymüller.
The Architecture of the Renaissance in Tuscany Illustrating the Most Important Churches, Palaces, Villas and Monuments [2 volumes]
The Architecture of the Renaissance in Tuscany Illustrating the Most Important Churches, Palaces, Villas and Monuments [2 volumes]

The Architecture of the Renaissance in Tuscany Illustrating the Most Important Churches, Palaces, Villas and Monuments [2 volumes]

New York: The Architectural Book Publishing Company, ca. 1920. Originally published in eleven parts between 1885-1908. Hardcover. Sm. elephant folio. x,195pp. viii,184,[2]pp. Gold- and blind stamped green cloth with gold lettering on spine. Frontispiece in both volumes. Title-page vignette. This detailed extensive work on the Renaissance architecture of Tuscany ranks, with Letarouilly's great work on the architecture of Rome, as one of the most useful and valuable treatises on Italian Renaissance architecture ever published. Profusely illustrated with b/w reproductions of plans and photographs, many of them showing exquisite decorative detail. Published under the careful eye of the Società San Georgio, a society of German artists in Florence. 2 page publisher's advertisement in rear of Vol. II. Some age wear, scuffing and minor staining on cloth. Head and tail of spines frayed and slightly chipped. Signature of previous owner on inside of front board. Some finger-smudges on few pages. Tight copies with binding in good+, interior in very good condition. Complete in two volumes. vg. Item #24016

Price: $650.00

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