Palazzo Medici Riccardi - detail - gradated facade - architect Michelozzo - 1445 - Florence

Palazzo Medici Riccardi - detail - gradated facade - architect Michelozzo - 1445 - Florence

32. Hospital de los inocentes. Florencia. 1419-1427. Proporción, armonía, capiteles compuestos  en la fachada, espacio centralizado, modelo medieval hospitalario de uso tipo claustral. Medallones de Andrea Della Robbia.

Filippo Brunelleschi ~ Spedale degli Innocenti (Foundling Hospital) - the first Renaissance facade, Florence.

El palacio Pitti está situado en la orilla izquierda del Rio Arno entre la plaza Pitti y los jardines Boboli, ubicado en Florencia - Italia, construido originalmente como residencia para el banquero Luca Pitti, la construcción de este severo e imponente edificio fue encargado en 1458. Ilustradas personalidades como Vasari mantuvieron que Brunelleschi fue el verdadero arquitecto y proyectista   del palacio, empezó el diseño del palacio en 1440.

Digital Photography of Nature and Wildlife, Scenery and Travel, Flowers, Macro and Art by Ron Reznick.

Château de Chambord is one of the most beautiful castles in the French valley Loire, also called the French garden. The castle is known for it’s unique french renaissance architecture.

Chapter 11 - Part Château de Chambord. This spiral staircase is open to the exterior. Often, the staircases were located in towers and opened to the rooms.

Cutaway illustration showing the built portion of the Villa Madama.  Designed by Raphael for Giulio de Medici ca. 1516.

Cutaway illustration showing the built portion of the Villa Madama. Designed by Raphael for Giulio de Medici ca.

HIGH RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE, Raphael; Reconstructed plan of the original project, Villa Madama, by Raphael, Rome, c. 1516

Raphael - Villa Madama: a prominent rural house built by Raphael, during the Renaissance, using Renaissance architectural drawings dated back to between But it gave a general idea of how the architects should build the Villa Madama.

September 27, 1389: Born, Cosimo de' Medici. The founder of the Medici political dynasty, he did not hold political office himself, but controlled Florence's rule through his vast wealth. (In today's American dollars, he would have been worth about $ 30 million.) He was also a noted patron of the arts, sponsoring such artists as Fra Angelico, Fra Filippo, Brunelleschi, and Donatello.

Medici family- Cosimo di Giovanni de' Medici was the first of the Medici political dynasty, de facto rulers of Florence during much of the Italian Renaissance. also known as "Cosimo 'the Elder'"

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