The British School at Rome - One Hundred Years

By: Wallace-Hadrill, Andrew (et al)

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Well illustrated, quarto, pp 225, very clean internally, pictorial boards showing only very faint signs of use. [The British School at Rome (BSR) was established in 1901 and granted a UK Royal Charter in 1912. Its mission is "to promote knowledge of and deep engagement with all aspects of the art, history and culture of Italy by scholars and fine artists from Britain and the Commonwealth, and to foster international and interdisciplinary exchange." Following the International Exhibition of Art in Rome in 1911, the site of the Edwin Lutyens-designed British Pavilion in the Valle Giulia was granted to the UK on condition that it be used exclusively as a British research centre for archaeology, history and the fine arts. In 1916, after significant adaptation by Lutyens, the BSR moved into what is still its home.]

Title: The British School at Rome - One Hundred Years

Author Name: Wallace-Hadrill, Andrew (et al)

Categories: Local History, Art, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London & Rome, The British School: 2001

ISBN Number: 0904152359

ISBN Number 13: 9780904152357

Binding: Pictorial boards

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 013818