31) El tipo de lazo empleado es otra muestra mas de la ordenacion compositiva equilibrada que se encuentra presente, aunque con variantes, en otras carpinterias peninsulares como la ya mencionada del Paraninfo de la Universidad de Alcala de Henares, en las armaduras de la iglesia de San Facundo y San Primitivo de la localidad de Cisneros (Palencia) y de la iglesia de Santa Maria en Castroverde de Campos (Zamora) o en repertorios de dibujos como los contenidos en el Libro Cuarto de Sebastiano Serlio
Lo mas probable es que los artistas, como Rafael, Giulio Romano, Sebastiano Serlio
, Tiziano, Velazquez, Rubens, Rembrandt o Van Dyck, asimilaran estas ideas a traves de la lectura de El Cortesano.
What he did was to make his basic unit on each floor a Venetian window, often also called a Serlian window after Sebastiano Serlio
, whose treatise on architecture popularized it.
, for one, emphasizes the communicative qualities of signs in his many discussions of scene setting.
Hart, Vaughan and Peter Hicks and trans, Sebastiano Serlio
on Architecture Volume Two, Yale, London, 2001, p3.
Among them were the outstanding architects, Philibert de l'Orme and the Italian refugee, Sebastiano Serlio
The galleria is said to be derived from the ideas of the Italian architect Sebastiano Serlio
, in the early sixteenth century.
In 1540 the architect and theorist Sebastiano Serlio
(1475-1554) remarked that Vendramin, "a most severe castigator of things licentious," was one of the men of his age most equipped to appreciate the architectural principles of Vitruvius.
The book opens with the theme of the inherent conflict between the type of control that theorists such as Sebastiano Serlio
(Fourth Book, Venice, 1537) and Daniele Barbaro (Commentary on Vitruvius, Venice, 1556) ascribed to the architect over all aspects of the building, including its decoration, and the far more heterogeneous reality ruefully acknowledged by Andrea Palladio (Four Books of Architecture, Venice, 1570).
The architect of the Quito stair, however, doubtless knew the motif from its appearance in the famous architectural treatise by Sebastiano Serlio
(the stair itself was replaced ca.