Hadrian's Villa and its Legacy, William L. MacDonald, John A. Pinto, 1995, SC, VG

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MacDonald, William L. and John A. Pinto. New Haven & London: Yale University Press, 1995
English, Very Good softcover, quarto, 10” x 9 ½”, 392 pp.
ISBN:0300068514

Very Good quarto, dark green coated paper wraps, detail of Cypress avenue planted by Count Fede, photo by Giorgio Vasari, 1987, to front, black lettering to front, white lettering to spine, edgewear, rubbing to head and tail, shelf wear, rubbing to bottom tips, minimal soiling. Text in English, includes 10” x 28” foldable Sketch Plan of Hadrian’s Villa Near Tivoli, Unfamiliar Architecture, Survival and Rediscovery, After 1800, replete with black-and-white plans, sketches, illustrations photographs, and full-color photographs of architecture. From the back cover: “...two distinguished architectural historians describe and interpret the Villa as it existed in Roman times and track its extraordinary effect on architects and artists up to the present day”.