[Pdf/E–pub] Gilles Marie Oppenord : Carnet de dessins faits Rome, 1692–1699 Par Peter Fuhring
Of the Ch teau Villers Cotterets Oppenord also
carried out important church commissions among them completion of the church of Saint Sulpice in Paris A talented out important church commissions among them the completion of the church of Saint Sulpice in Paris A talented he published two books of his engraved designs Text in FrenchPeter Fuhring
is an art historian specialising in the study of architectural ornaments and decorative arts He works at the an art historian specialising in the study of architectural ornaments and decorative arts He works at the Custodia in Paris Jean G rard Castex is a curator of the Department of Prints and Drawings at the Mus e du Louvre Paris where he is in charge of print. Much of his studies to and Baroue architecture and ornament and the
Louvre S Carnet Acuired carnet acuired is a testament to this period of intense study Only three sketchbooks of this period survive When he returned to Paris he was trained as an architect by Jules Hardouin Mansart and he soon became the architect of Philippe II Duke of Orleans later Regent of France
for whom he decorated and designed the interiors of the Palais Royal For the reception of the King whom he decorated and designed the interiors of the Palais Royal For the reception of the King he was entrusted with the restoration and decoration. This is the Setting Them Straight: You CAN Do Something About Bigotry and Homophobia in Your Life first complete reproduction of Oppernord s sketchbook A uasiacsimile reproduction same size of beautiful drawings at an affordable price Accompanied by a throrough commentary Of interest to art historians and architectural historians and to scholars who study Rome the Baroue and the survival of the Antiue in modern Europe Nicknamed the
FRENCH BORROMINI GILLES MARIE OPPENORD WAS Borromini Gilles Marie Oppenord was in Paris the son of a royal cabinet maker He was a royal pensioneer at the Academie de France in Rome There he devoted.