Comment on Argument_16
I found your book “Regola delli cinque ordini d’architettura” by Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola typing the words “cinque ordini”.
My book “Li cinque ordini dell’architettura civile di Michel Sanmicheli rilevati dalle sue fabriche / e descritti e publicati con quelli di Vitruvio, Alberti, Palladio, Scamozzi, Serlio, e Vignola” by Alessandro Pompei has many points in common with yours.
Both explain and illustrate the five orders of architecture: Tuscan, Corinthian, Composite, Doric and Ionic. A chapter is dedicated to each order, as in my book.
The author of my book: Alessandro Pompei dedicates a sub-chapter to the author of your book: Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola, taking him as an example for 16th century architecture and comparing him with other architects and architectural theorists of that period. Both books contain very detailed and large illustrations.
Comment on Greetings_13
I found your book by looking for illustrations similar to those in my book: ‘Li cinque ordini dell’architettura civile di Michel Sanmicheli rilevati dalle sue fabriche / e descritti e publicati con quelli di Vitruvio, Alberti, Palladio, Scamozzi, Serlio, e Vignola’ by Alessantro Pompei.
Your book: ‘Architetura von den fünf Säulen’ by Gabriel Kramer is very similar to mine in many aspects.
Both books contain illustrations of columns, belonging to the five orders of architecture. Looking at the pictures, I can deduce that the topics covered in the two books are the same.
The drawings are in both cases very detailed and take up the entire page of the book. Finally, both book have a large size, similar to that of an A3 and are quite fine.