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Palazzi di Genova is a 1622 book written and illustrated by Peter Paul Rubens, depicting and describing the palaces of Genoa, Italy in 72 plates. A second volume with 67 further plates was added the same year, and they are usually found (and reprinted) together. The illustrations of the second part are usually considered not to be by Rubens though. It is the only book Rubens published himself (he provided illustrations for a number of other books).

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  • Palazzi di Genova est le nom d'un ouvragedédié à l'architecture génoise du Cinquecento, publié à Anvers, en 1622, par le peintre Pierre Paul Rubens.
  • Palazzi di Genova è un libro dedicato all'architettura genovese del Cinquecento, pubblicato ad Anversa nel 1622, dal pittore Pieter Paul Rubens.
  • Palazzi di Genova is a 1622 book written and illustrated by Peter Paul Rubens, depicting and describing the palaces of Genoa, Italy in 72 plates. A second volume with 67 further plates was added the same year, and they are usually found (and reprinted) together. The illustrations of the second part are usually considered not to be by Rubens though. It is the only book Rubens published himself (he provided illustrations for a number of other books).
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  • Palazzi di Genova est le nom d'un ouvragedédié à l'architecture génoise du Cinquecento, publié à Anvers, en 1622, par le peintre Pierre Paul Rubens.
  • Palazzi di Genova è un libro dedicato all'architettura genovese del Cinquecento, pubblicato ad Anversa nel 1622, dal pittore Pieter Paul Rubens.
  • Palazzi di Genova is a 1622 book written and illustrated by Peter Paul Rubens, depicting and describing the palaces of Genoa, Italy in 72 plates. A second volume with 67 further plates was added the same year, and they are usually found (and reprinted) together. The illustrations of the second part are usually considered not to be by Rubens though. It is the only book Rubens published himself (he provided illustrations for a number of other books). The first volume contained plans, facades and additional views of 12 of the palaces of Genoa; the second book contained a further 19 palaces and 4 churches. Included are many of the Palazzi dei Rolli. They were seen by Rubens during his trips to Italy (probably late 1605 and early 1606). Rubens was an admirer of the architecture of Italy, as evidenced in his own house, the Rubenshuis in Antwerp. The Genoese style, developed by architects like Galeazzo Alessi, became very popular, and their distribution in Northern Europe was at least partially due to the book by Rubens. Examples of this include the Hôtel de Ville, Lyon.
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