By John H. Stubbs
The publication supplies the 1st significant survey about the conservation of cultural history in either Europe and the Americas. Architectural Conservation in Europe and the Americas serves as a handy source for pros, scholars, and someone drawn to the sphere. Following the acclaimed Time venerated, this publication offers modern perform on a country-by-country and region-by-region foundation, facilitating comparative research of similarities and variations. The booklet stresses ideas in architectural background defense and the contexts during which they have been constructed.
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This is the case with the gallery Florentine architect Bernardo Buontalenti built in the Uffizi Palace in 1581 to accommodate the Medici family’s collections, which thereby became the original core of the renowned museum (Galleria degli Uffizi, or Uffizi Gallery). At the same time, collections of antiquities and contemporary works of art were being amassed in Rome, a growing center of power, under the guidance of Vatican popes. The collections of antiquarians played a role as well in what evolved to be a new ethos and interest in featuring Italy’s wealth of art, architecture, and history for didactic purposes.
8. Through its Culture 2000 program, the European Union has supported specific restoration projects, such as post-earthquake conservation of frescoes at the St. Francis Basilica in Assisi, Italy. In addition, EU taxation, agricultural, and building construction laws also impact how heritage is protected in Europe. 9. Palmer/RAE Associates, European Cities and Capitals of Culture: A Study Prepared for the European Commission, part I (Brussels: Palmer/RAE: 2004), 23. 10. Michel Kneubühler, Handbook on the European Heritage Days: A Practical Guide (Strasburg and Brussels: Council of Europe and European Commission, 2009), 8.
It remains so despite advances in modern technology and increased international support. Whether these efforts will be sufficient to maintain this disadvantageously sited city is anyone’s guess. works. 26 In 1975, all Florentine state conservation laboratories were consolidated into the OPD, which became prominent for rescue and conservation work done after the 1966 catastrophic floods. indd 28 2/8/11 2:16 PM a b c Figure 1-11 Venice's perilous relationship with the sea is clear in views of the record flood of 4 November 1966 (a) and of the Venetian lagoon from the Campanile of San Marco, showing Venetian islands.
Architectural Conservation in Europe and the Americas by John H. Stubbs