By Pari Riahi

ISBN-10: 0415744989

ISBN-13: 9780415744980

ISBN-10: 1138229342

ISBN-13: 9781138229341

When did drawing turn into a vital part of structure? between a number of architects and artists who caused this variation in the course of the Renaissance, Francesco di Giorgio Martini’s principles on drawing recorded in his Trattati di architettura, ingegneria e arte militare (1475-1490) are major. Francesco means that drawing is associated with the architect’s mind's eye and valuable in conveying photos and concepts to others.


Starting with the wider edges of Francesco’s written paintings and progressively penetrating into the wonderful international of his drawings, the publication examines his singular formula of the act of drawing and its importance within the context of the Renaissance. The booklet concludes with speculations on how Francesco’s paintings is correct to us on the onset of one other significant shift in structure as a result of the proliferation of electronic media.

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