Wed, Apr 05|
The Jenks Center
JENKS CENTER: Palladio 101: Architecture and Global Influence with Lecturer John McConnell
Wednesdays, April 5, 19 & 26 - 6:30 pm - Cost: 3 classes: $30
Time & Location
Apr 05, 6:30 PM EDT – Apr 26, 8:00 PM EDT
The Jenks Center, 109 Skillings Rd, Winchester, MA 01890, USA
About the Event
John McConnell will be presenting a three- lecture course which examines Andrea Palladio’s Architecture. The first segment will focus on his major works and then the enthusiastic Palladianism which followed from it for centuries in both Europe (in part 2) and America (in part 3). Learn how Palladio was the most widely influential architect in Western history (1508 – 1580). How he achieved prominence for work in the area around Venice. How he was adopted into a circle of learned men, where he rose from an apprentice stone cutter to the pinnacle of his profession as an interpreter of Imperial Roman art and culture and how his fame and influence spread far and wide, from Bombay to Boston along with the eventual publication of his books in many languages. In shaping this heritage to his clients’ benefits, he arrived at a unique personal architectural style.
Please note our COVID Policy: Proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test within 72 hours of each entry to the Jenks is required. Masks are optional.