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SuperStock - The courtyard of Palazzo Pitti, Florence, by Ammannati Bartolomeo, 1550, 16th Century, . Italy: Tuscany: Florence: Palazzo Pitti. Exterior noble Palazzo Pitti courtyard triple row rustication arches portico windows

SuperStock - The courtyard of Palazzo Pitti, Florence, by Ammannati Bartolomeo, Century, .

Composite Order capitals in the courtyard of Palazzo Medici Riccardi, 1444-1464, Florence, Italy, by Michelozzo (1396-1472)

MICHELOZZO: Interior court - Palazzo Medici-Riccardi in Florence. The internal colonnaded courtyard functions as the fulcrum of the entire building.

Silouette purported to be by Michelangelo on the Palazzo della Signoria in Florence, Italy

Silouette purported to be by Michelangelo on the Palazzo della Signoria in Florence, Italy

Palazzo Rucellai, Florence, Italy; designed by Leon Battista Alberti (1404-1472), built under the direction of Bernardo Rossellino between 1446-1451.

Palazzo Rucellai is a palatial fifteenth-century townhouse on the Via della Vigna Nuova in Florence. The Rucellai Palace splendid facade was one of the first to proclaim the new ideas of Renaissance architecture.

leon battista alberti, 1446-57 Pallazo Rucallei made for the Medici family

The first palace design displaying the superimposition of the Architectural Orders: Palazzo Rucellai, Florence, Italy; designed by Leon Battista Alberti built under the direction of Bernardo Rossellino between

The Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore is the main church of Florence, Italy. The Duomo, as it is ordinarily called, was begun in 1296 in the Gothic style to the design of Arnolfo di Cambio and completed structurally in 1436 with the dome engineered by Filippo Brunelleschi.

Duomo - florence italy Santa Maria del Fiore and Baptistery. Work on the Gothic cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore began in 1296 and was completed by Brunelleschi in 1436 with the famous Dome, which was painted inside with frescoes by Vasari and Zuccari.

Inside the Santo Spirito Church.  Architect: Filippo Brunelleschi. Florence, Italy. built 1436-82

I chose this because of the form and line of the ceiling. You can see the difference between the ceiling and the surrounding walls. Inside the Santo Spirito Church.

Basilica of San Lorenzo, Florence by Filippo Brunelleschi (1421-1440) interior showing nave toward the altar -  Brunelleschi used pietra serena, "the serene stone," to help create the calm sense of balance.

Basilica of San Lorenzo, Florence by Filippo Brunelleschi interior showing nave toward the altar - Brunelleschi used pietra serena, "the serene stone," to help create the calm sense of balance.

Filippo Brunelleschi, Pazzi Chapel, Santa Croce, Florence, begun 1420s, completed 1460s

Filippo Brunelleschi, Pazzi Chapel, Santa Croce, Florence, begun completed Smarthistory images for teaching and learning: More Smarthistory images…

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