French Influence on the Architecture of Filippo Juvarra

@article{Collier1963FrenchIO,
  title={French Influence on the Architecture of Filippo Juvarra},
  author={William Collier},
  journal={Architectural History},
  year={1963},
  volume={6},
  pages={41 - 53}
}
  • W. Collier
  • Published 1963
  • History
  • Architectural History
The prolific architectural activity of Filippo Juvarra in Piedmont during the first half of the 18th century has been the subject of a number of specialist studies. Augusto Tellucini’s L’arte del architetto Filippo Juvara in Piemonte, published in 1926, is the only one to discuss at any length the question of French influence on his work. Since then there have appeared the important researches of A. E. Brinckmann in his Teatrum Novum Pedemontii and in the commemorative volume Filippo Juvarra… 

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La decorazione della gia reale palazzina di caccia di Stupinigi

  • 1924

Memorie aneddotiche in Miscellanea di storia italiana, Turin, 1871, p. 486. 15. Blondel, op. cit

    Two drawings showing arcades are in the Museo Civico, Turin, and are reproduced by A. Telluccini, Juvara in Piemonte

    • 1904

    There is also a drawing on similar lines reproduced by A. E. Brinckmann in his Teatrum Novum Pedemontii

    • 1926

    Juvarra's later work at Venaria Reale included a gallery connecting the palace with his new church and perhaps inspired by the Galerie des Glaces at Versailles

    • Teatrum Novum Pedemontii