Vignola: An Elementary Treatise on Architecture Comprising the Complete Study of the Five Orders, with Indication of Their Shadows and the First Principles of Construction; work divided into seventy-six plates drawn and arranged by Pierre Esquié; translated by William Robert Powell [provenance: Tatiana Proskouriakoff]. Vignola, Pierre Esquié, William Robert Powell.
Vignola: An Elementary Treatise on Architecture Comprising the Complete Study of the Five Orders, with Indication of Their Shadows and the First Principles of Construction; work divided into seventy-six plates drawn and arranged by Pierre Esquié; translated by William Robert Powell [provenance: Tatiana Proskouriakoff]
Vignola: An Elementary Treatise on Architecture Comprising the Complete Study of the Five Orders, with Indication of Their Shadows and the First Principles of Construction; work divided into seventy-six plates drawn and arranged by Pierre Esquié; translated by William Robert Powell [provenance: Tatiana Proskouriakoff]
Vignola: An Elementary Treatise on Architecture Comprising the Complete Study of the Five Orders, with Indication of Their Shadows and the First Principles of Construction; work divided into seventy-six plates drawn and arranged by Pierre Esquié; translated by William Robert Powell [provenance: Tatiana Proskouriakoff]

Vignola: An Elementary Treatise on Architecture Comprising the Complete Study of the Five Orders, with Indication of Their Shadows and the First Principles of Construction; work divided into seventy-six plates drawn and arranged by Pierre Esquié; translated by William Robert Powell [provenance: Tatiana Proskouriakoff]

Cleveland: J.H. Jansen, 1925. Hardcover. [156] p.: illustrations; 32 cm. Grey cloth with black cover title: Vignola: A Treatise on the Five Orders of Architecture. The illustrations are from the plates used in Traité Élémentaire d'Architecture (Paris: Schmid, 1897) and have captions and text in French. On each page facing an illustration is descriptive text in English. Includes glossary. Former owner's name on front free endpaper: Tatiana Proskouriakoff. Tatiana Proskouriakoff (1909-1985) emigrated from Russia in 1915 and graduated from the Pennsylvania State College School of Architecture in 1930. The University of Pennsylvania Museum hired her to record Mayan architectural ruins, which led to her career in Mayan studies and her significant contributions to the deciphering of Maya hieroglyphs. In Good Condition: large ink stain on front cover; covers are rubbed and soiled; frayed along spine; back cover is detached but present; closed 3-cm tear from fore-edge of illustration 37; scattered soiling throughout. Good. Item #007474

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