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  1. Colen Campbell fue un arquitecto escocés y escritor pionero sobre arquitectura, reconocido como uno de los fundadores del estilo georgiano. Durante la mayor parte de su carrera, residió en Italia e Inglaterra. Descendiente de los Campbell del castillo de Cawdor, se cree que es el Colinus Campbell que se graduó en la Universidad de Edimburgo en julio de 1695. Al principio se formó como abogado, siendo admitido en la Facultad de Abogados el 29 de julio de 1702. Habría viajado ...

    • escocesa
    • 13 de septiembre de 1729, 53 años, Londres (Inglaterra Inglaterra)
  2. Colen Campbell (15 June 1676 – 13 September 1729) was a pioneering Scottish architect and architectural writer, credited as a founder of the Georgian style. For most of his career, he resided in Italy and England.

    • Scottish
    • 15 June 1676, Brodie
  3. Colen Campbell fue un arquitecto escocés y escritor pionero sobre arquitectura, reconocido como uno de los fundadores del estilo georgiano. Durante la mayor parte de su carrera, residió en Italia e Inglaterra.

  4. COLEN CAMPBELL AT A GLANCE: Born 1676, died 1729 Scottish lawyer turned architect Palladian pioneer Patronised by Lord Burlington Author of an influential series of books on classical design Colen Campbell was perhaps more responsible for the growth in popularity of Palladian architecture in England than any single architect.

  5. English Palladianism. …and the first volume of Colen Campbell’s Vitruvius Britannicus (1715), a folio of 100 engravings of contemporary “classical” buildings in Britain (two more volumes followed in 1717 and 1725), the designs of which had enormous influence in England. William Benson, a Whig member of Parliament, had already built the first….

  6. Quick Reference. (1676–1729) Scottish architect. In 1715 he published the first of three volumes of Vitruvius Britannicus, in which he illustrated contemporary British architecture and advocated the ‘Antique Simplicity’ of Vitruvius, whose ... From: Campbell, Colen in The Oxford Companion to Architecture ». Subjects: Art & Architecture.

  7. Colen Campbell Vitruvius Britannicus, or The British Architect, Containing The Plans, Elevations, and Sections of the Regular Buildings, both Publick and Private, In Great Britain, With Variety of New Designs; in 200 large Folio Plates, Engraven by the best Hands; and Drawn either from the Buildings themselves, or the Original Designs of the Architects; In II Volumes Vol. I. (Vol. II.) by Colin Campbell Esqr.