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Andrea Palladio: Palazzo del Capitaniato, designed in 1565, partially built between 1571-72, Vicenza, Italy; giant Composite Order, corner detail

Andrea Palladio (nato Andrea di Pietro della Gondola) (Italiano, 1508 Padova – 1580 Maser) | Villa Foscari detto "La Malcontenta" | Progettata per Nicolò e Alvise Foscari | Malcontenta di Mira, Venezia (Riviera del Brenta) | 1554-1559 | Affreschi: Giovan Battista Zelotti (Italiano, 1526-1578), Battista Franco (Italiano, 1510-c.1561), Bernardino India (Italiano, 1528-1590) | Salvato da Albert Clinton (Bertie) Landsberg (1924) | Restituito alla famiglia Foscari (Antonio e Barbara Foscari)…

Palazzo Valmarana is a patrician palace in Vicenza, Italy, built by Andrea Palladio in 1565 for the noble Isabella Nogarola Valmarana. The façade of the Palazzo Valmarana is both one of Palladio's most extraordinary most individual realizations. For the first time in a palace, a giant order embraces the entire vertical expanse of the building: evidently this was a solution which found its origins in Palladio's experimentation with the façades of religious buildings

Andrea Palladio (attributed): Casa Cogollo, also called 'Palladio's house', 1559-1562, Vicenza, Italy; elevation and plan by Bertotti Scamozzi, 1776

Andrea Palladio: Palazzo Barbaran Da Porto, built between 1570-1575, Vicenza, Italy; the Corinthian Order on the main elevation