Le Geay, Piranesi and International Neo-Classicism in Rome 1740 – 1750. 189 – 196 in: FRASER, Douglas; HIBBARD, Howard & LEWINE, Milton J. Essays in the History of Architecture for Rudolf Wittkower. Juvarra’s countryman Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696 – 1770) painted, with his sons, the impressive ceilings in the Royal Palace in Madrid. David Hume’s Tomb: a Roman mausoleum by Robert Adam. Which brings us to Obama, who your thrice-married sistercousin has probably informed you is out to destroy America and was only elected because he's black. Here's the smoking gun: "If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help. Somebody helped to create this unbelievable American system that we have that allowed you to thrive. Now, I'll be fair and say "you didn't build that" was a gaffe. Government research created the Internet so that all the companies could make money off the Internet.Sometimes - okay, often enough that you wonder if it's some sort of elaborate bet - politicians say dumb things. The point is, is that when we succeed, we succeed because of our individual initiative, but also because we do things together." These are all perfectly valid things to say.And, because this is the Internet of the America, those dumb things haunt you like the time you mixed crushed-up Ritalin into a glass of red wine. ) But, yes, he does hate America and loathes business and wants to reduce our country to a Commietopia. If you think your achievements come exclusively by bootstraps and brilliance, then you're living in a fairyland where you never went to public school, never used a road, and never got a lick of help from anyone. The picture shows that ‘nearly all its architectural detail is gone, but the sur-viving matrix of masonry indicates a sophisticated design of interpenetrating forms’.
Their plane crashed into the side of the mountain in May 4, 1949.
Unlike liberals, who amass abundant time to dream up their memes during barista shifts, conservatives have to just sort of throw things against the wall and hope they stick. Mostly it's just a rehash of the Most Interesting Man in the World, Willy Wonka...yeah, I'm snoring already.
Sometimes it's semi-amusing, like this one: build the tower.
An interesting part of their book – worth further study – is the four-parted division in the typological process of the major monuments (in the city of Bukhara, Uzbekistan): Monodirectional —— Bidirectional —— Tridimentional —— Pluridirectional Uniform Composite Crossed Set up on a pivet Repetitive Complementary Hierarchic Equivalent Linear Serial Nodal Polar Fig.
Drawing by Marten Kuilman after fig.10 in: KROMHOUT, W (?