L’hôtel de Bernuy et l’influence des Medidas del romano dans l’architecture toulousaine de la Renaissance

Abstract : Several elements of the hotel Bernuy, flagship of Toulouse architecture of the early Renaissance, may be closer to a treaty Spanish, Medidas del romano first architectural book written outside Italy. Current research shows that the success enjoyed this book in France, both in editorial and architecturally. His confrontation with the architecture of this Toulouse hotel allows to address several issues: how to identify the influence of an engraving or a treaty in a building? Between perfect quotation and single resonance, between copy and invention, how these forms had been adapted in stone and how they became integrated with the building traditions? What lessons from this case study brings about the existence of influences from theory before Serlio or on the complex notion of erudite culture?
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Colin Debuiche. L’hôtel de Bernuy et l’influence des Medidas del romano dans l’architecture toulousaine de la Renaissance. Les Cahiers de Framespa : Nouveaux champs de l'histoire sociale, FRAMESPA, 2010, ⟨10.4000/framespa.159⟩. ⟨hal-02147306⟩

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