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The formal kinship of architecture and urbanism: design in the Italian Renaissance, Mannerism, and Baroque

@inproceedings{Faught1969TheFK,
  title={The formal kinship of architecture and urbanism: design in the Italian Renaissance, Mannerism, and Baroque},
  author={William Faught},
  year={1969}
}
The Formal Kinship of Architecture and Urbanism: Design in the Italian Renaissance/ Mannerism/ and Baroque. By William D. Faught This thesis investigates and defines the nature of the esthetic associated with historical styles in general, and examines in some detail the operation of an estheti upon the works of architecture and urbanism in each of the three periods which are its area of concern. Some historical background for each period is presented, the esthetic arising from those events is… 

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