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Lot 177: Sanmicheli Michele. Le fabbriche civili, ecclesiastiche e militari... Genova: Mario Morando, 1876

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27 October 2016

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  • Sanmicheli Michele. Le fabbriche civili, ecclesiastiche e militari...  Genova: Mario Morando, 1876
  • Sanmicheli Michele. Le fabbriche civili, ecclesiastiche e militari...  Genova: Mario Morando, 1876
  • Sanmicheli Michele. Le fabbriche civili, ecclesiastiche e militari...  Genova: Mario Morando, 1876
  • Sanmicheli Michele. Le fabbriche civili, ecclesiastiche e militari...  Genova: Mario Morando, 1876
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Description: Sanmicheli Michele. Le fabbriche civili, ecclesiastiche e militari... disegnate ed incise da Francesco Ronzani e Girolamo Luciolli con testo illustrativo e riveduto da Francesco Zanotto. Genova: Mario Morando, 1876 In-folio (mm 505x335). Pagine 88, con CL tavole incise su rame numerate in cifre romane e 2 non numerate di cui una con ritratto dell'Autore. Occhietto e frontespizio con tracce di polvere e strappi marginali, sulle tavole qualche arrossatura e gora all'angolo superiore destro dalla CXXVIII in fine. Carpetta in mezza percallina con punte, carta decorata ai piatti, titolo manoscritto a lapis su etichetta al piatto anteriore, alette e bindelle in tessuto. Angolo inferiore destro del piatto anteriore ampiamente lacunoso, abrasioni, piccole rotture al dorso. Monumentale opera, completa di tutte le CL tavole, dedicata ad illustrare l'attività dell'architetto veronese Michele Sanmicheli e ancora oggi ritenuta tra le raccolte iconografiche più significative sul suo lavoro. Pubblicata a dispense tra il 1823 e il 1830 a spese dei curatori - l'architetto Francesco Ronzani e Gerolamo Luciolli - la prima vera edizione complessiva risale al 1831 presso Giuseppe Antonelli di Venezia. Il testo si deve allo storico dell'arte specialista di pittura veneziana Francesco Zanotto. Per la datazione della presente impressione si veda CLIO, v. 10, p. 7789. Fowler, 231: "This is probably the third edition by Zanotto. The first edition was printed in Verona in 1823-30". Folio (505x335 mm). 88 pages, with CL engraved copper plates numbered with roman numbers and 2 not numbered of which one with the portrait of the Author. Soiled half-title and title-page and marginal tears, foxing on the plats and waterstain on the upper right corner of page CXXVIIII at the end. Half-percaline folder, decorated paper on the covers, inked title on lapis on label on the front cover, fabric straps. Lower right corner of the front cover with losses, abrased, small damages on the spine. Monumental work, complete of all the CL plates, dedicated to the illustration of the activity of the architect from Verona Michele Sanmicheli and still today considerer as one of the most significative iconographic collection about his work. Published in installments between 1823 and 1830 at the expense of the editors - the architect Francesco Ronzani and Gerolamo Luciolli - the first actual edition was published in 1831 by Giuseppe Antonelli in Venice. The text is by the art historia, Venetian painting specialist, Francesco Zanotto. Regarding the dating of the actual copy see CLIO, v. 10, p. 7789. Fowler, 231 ("This is probably the third edition by Zanotto. The first edition was printed in Verona in 1823-30").

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