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  2. Gilly, Friedrich |

    Gilly, Friedrich (1772–1800). Son of David Gilly , he learned practice and theory with his father in Stettin (now Szczecin), and in 1788 settled in Berlin . He developed his skills while also acting as Inspector in the Royal Buildings Department aged only 16, where he worked under Erdmannsdorff and Langhans .

  3. Friedrich Gilly: Essays on Architecture, 1796-1799

    When Friedrich Gilly died in 1800, at the age of twenty-eight, he had published only four short essays, and his executed works consisted of a few minor buildings still under construction.

  4. Table | The Art Institute of Chicago

    A 1797 study trip through Austria, England, and France had a profound influence on the younger Gilly’s work. Friedrich did important architectural and interior design work for royal palaces and other buildings in Berlin, and even his designs for unrealized projects such as monuments and theaters influenced subsequent generations of German ...

  5. Berlin: Monument to Frederick the Great - Friedrich Gilly ...

    Friedrich Gilly 1797. Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte Munich, Germany. Design for a monument, view from Leipziger Platz (from the Architectural Museum) Details.

  6. Friedrich Gilly - Wikiwand

    Friedrich David Gilly fue un malogrado arquitecto alemán, hijo del también arquitecto David Gilly, que irrumpió como gran esperanza de la arquitectura alemana con una propuesta para un monumento a Federico el Grande sobre la base de un templo dórico. Sus pocas obras realizadas estaban influenciadas por la arquitectura revolucionaria francesa y solo una sobrevive: el ahora ruinoso mausoleo ...

  7. Friedrich Gilly - Wikiwand

    Friedrich David Gilly [.mw-parser-output .IPA a{text-decoration:none}ʒiˈli] war ein deutscher Baumeister in Preußen. Seine Werke sind von der Revolutionsarchitektur beeinflusst. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Friedrich Gilly .

  8. Wikizero - Friedrich Gilly

    Friedrich David Gilly (16 February 1772 – 3 August 1800) was a German architect and the son of the architect David Gilly. His works are influenced by revolutionary architecture (Revolutionsarchitektur).

  9. Friedrich Gilly and Karl Friedrich Schinkel. The exchange of influences among these men and the French is well known. A project by Gilly that illustrates the closeness of his tem-perament to the contemporary French vision-ary architects is his Monument to Frederick the Great (Figure 7). The propylaeum to the left resembles the gate Soane ...

  10. Friedrich (David) Gilly -

    Die Büchersammlung Friedrich Gillys (1772―1800) Michael Bolle, Maria Ocon Fernandez Gebrüder Mann Verlag, 2018 [First edition, hardback] Friedrich Gilly (1772-1800). Innovation und Tradition klassizistische Architektur in Europa. X. Greifswalder Romantikkonferenz 2000 Gerd H. Vogel (Eds.) Heidberg-Verlag, Güstrow, 2002 [paperback]

  11. Friedrich Gilly had his training in Berlin and never saw Italy. However, he had an opportunity of going toParis and London, and there could see the style of Claude-Nicolas Ledoux and probably of Sir John Soane.