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Palladio i Dioklecijanova palača: renesansni arhitektonski crteži splitskog sklopa


Gudelj, Jasenka; Strunje, Petar
Palladio i Dioklecijanova palača: renesansni arhitektonski crteži splitskog sklopa // Ars Adriatica, 5 (2015), 127-140 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
Palladio i Dioklecijanova palača: renesansni arhitektonski crteži splitskog sklopa
(Renaissance Architectural Drawings of Diocletian's Palace at Split and Palladio)

Autori
Gudelj, Jasenka ; Strunje, Petar

Izvornik
Ars Adriatica (1848-1590) 5 (2015); 127-140

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Andrea Palladio; renesansna arhitektura; Dioklecijanova palača; Johann Fischer von Erlach
(Andrea Palladio; Renaissance Architecture; Diocletian palace; Johann Fischer von Erlach)

Sažetak
The article analyses the drawings of Diocletian’s Palace at Split which had belonged to the Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio and which represent the only surviving Renaissance drawings of the most important late antique architectural structure on the east Adriatic coast. Today, they are housed at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London and in the Devonshire collection, Chatsworth. A detailed analysis of the drawing technique, the paper, the handwriting and the style of the drawings, have confirmed the opinion of the scholars who argued that the ground-plan of the emperor’s mausoleum was drawn by an unknown artist and that Palladio added his sketches at a later point ; the drawing of the mausoleum’s portal was also made by the same artist. Both drawings were most probably produced in Vicenza during the last quarter of the sixteenth century. The ground-plan of the palace itself was drawn by Palladio on the basis of an earlier source. Possibly, some drawings of Split architecture was known to Paolo Veronese, as his drawing in Kassel seems to show. It is likely that a version of the palace ground-plan which had served as a model to Palladio remained at Split and that the drawings published by Daniele Farlati in the eighteenth century relied on it rather than on those produced by Johann Fischer von Erlach, as it was argued until now.

Izvorni jezik
Hrvatski

Znanstvena područja
Arhitektura i urbanizam, Povijest umjetnosti



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove:
Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb

Profili:

Avatar Url Jasenka Gudelj (autor)

Avatar Url Petar Strunje (autor)


Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Gudelj, Jasenka; Strunje, Petar
Palladio i Dioklecijanova palača: renesansni arhitektonski crteži splitskog sklopa // Ars Adriatica, 5 (2015), 127-140 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, znanstveni)
Gudelj, J. & Strunje, P. (2015) Palladio i Dioklecijanova palača: renesansni arhitektonski crteži splitskog sklopa. Ars Adriatica, 5, 127-140.
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