9 edition of The Albertis of Florence: Leon Battista Alberti"s Della famiglia. found in the catalog.
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|Statement||Translated and with an introd. and notes by Guido A. Guarino.|
|Series||Bucknell Renaissance texts in translation|
|LC Classifications||HQ731 .A4213|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||351|
|LC Control Number||75124579|
Source Details. Guarino, Guido A. ed and trans, The Albertis of Florence: Leon Battista Alberti's Della Famiglia (Cranbury NJ: Associated University Presses, Inc.,). Text name(s): Della Famiglia; On the Family Number of pages of primary source text: Author(s): Alberti, Leon Battista; Dates: - Original Language(s). Like many other families, the Albertis had been expelled from their native city, Florence, by the republican government, run by the Albizzis. At the time of Leon Battista's birth, his father Lorenzo lived in Genoa, but the family soon moved to Venice, where Lorenzo ran the .
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Leon Battista Alberti states in Della Famiglia, a treatise on living well (began ), that what makes a woman beautiful is potential fertility: “Thus I believe that beauty in a woman can be judged not only in the charms and refinement of the face, but even more in the strength and shapeliness of a body apt to carry and give birth to many. The family in Renaissance Florence. A translation by Renee Neu Watkins, with an introd. by the translator; The Albertis of Florence: Leon Battista Alberti's Della famiglia. Translated and with an introd. and not Private wealth in Renaissance Florence; a study of four families, by Richard A. Goldthwaite.
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Alberti, Leon Battista, Albertis of Florence: Leon Battista Alberti's Della famiglia. Lewisburg, Bucknell University Press  (OCoLC) Named Person: Alberti family. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Leon Battista Alberti. Get this from a library.
The Albertis of Florence: Leon Battista Alberti's Della famiglia. [Leon Battista Alberti; Guido A Guarino]. In Leon Battista Alberti: Contribution to philosophy, science, and the arts.
The treatise “Della famiglia” (“On the Family”), which he began in Rome inis the first of several dialogues on moral philosophy upon which his reputation as an ethical thinker and literary stylist largely wrote these dialogues in the vernacular, expressly for a broad.
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THE ALBERTIS OF FLORENCE. LEON BATTISTA ALBERTI'S DELLA FAMIGLIA The Albertis of Florence: Leon Battista Alberti's Della Famiglia.
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Alberti, Leon Battista (–72).Uomo universale of the Italian early Renaissance, and architect of genius (though never involved in the actual building of his designs), he was the first architectural theorist of the Renaissance, and established the moral and intellectual essence of architecture, placing it in realms more exalted than those inhabited by the master-craftsman of the medieval.
Leon Battista Alberti () Italian architect, humanist, antiquarian, mathematician, art theorist, "universal man" of the Early Renaissance. Alberti has been called the prophet of the "new, grand style" in art, Renaissance, and Leonardo da Vinci () its inaugurator.
Leon Battista Alberti () was an Italian writer, humanist, and architect. Through his theoretical writings on painting, sculpture, and architecture, he raised them from the level of the mechanical arts to that of the liberal arts. Leon Battista Alberti, as a scholar and philosopher who moved in humanist circles in Florence and the papal court in.
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1. Italian architect and painter; pioneering theoretician of Renaissance architecture (). Like many other prominent families, the Albertis had been expelled from their native city, Florence, by the republican government, run by the Albizzis.
De pictura – Wikipedia The first architectural treatise of the Renaissanceit covered a wide range of subjects, from history to town planning, and engineering to the philosophy of beauty.