Brough's Books - Florence

Florence

Travel Books and Guides
Home > Travel > Europe > Florence
 

Botticelli Blue Skies: An American in Florence
by Merrill Joan Gerber
(Hardcover)

Rick Steves' Florence and Tuscany
by Rick Steves, Gene Openshaw
Paperback from Avalon Travel Publishing

Florence: The City and Its Architecture
by Richard J. Goy
(Hardcover)
 

Florence in Detail : A Guide for the Expert Traveler
Florence in Detail : A Guide for the Expert Traveler
by Claudio Gatti
Paperback from Rizzoli
 
Streetwise Florence
by Michael Brown (Map)

The City Of Florence: Historical Vistas and Personal Sightings
by R.W.B. Lewis
Paperback: 351 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.98 x 8.18 x 5.48 
Publisher: Henry Holt (Paper); ; Reprint edition (April )
ISBN: 0805046305 

Insight Pocket Guide Florence (Insight Pocket Guides)
by Christopher Catling
(Paperback)

City Secrets: Florence, Venice, and the Towns of Italy
by Robert Kahn (Editor)
(Hardcover)

National Geographic Traveler Florence & Tuscany (National Geographic Traveler Guides)
by Tim Jepson
(Paperback)

Access Florence & Venice : Plus Tuscany and the Veneto
by Richard Saul Wurman
(Paperback)

Time Out Florence & Tuscany (Time Out Guides)
by Time Out (Editor)
(Paperback)

Florence: A Portrait
by Michael Levey
The usual tourist group's stay in Florence begins with the Duomo, runs through the paintings in the Uffizi, includes a visit to Michaelangelo's "David" and ends with a parade through a handful of churches, but the visitor who first reads Sir Michael Levey's portrait of the city will find rewards off that well-worn track. The city, a self-styled "new Athens" supported a wealth of artists, sculptors, humanists, and scholars, not to mention more than its share of wealthy individuals, who taken together, helped turn Florence into one of the world's great provincial outposts. Layering telling details, little-known facts and carefully explained social and intellectual history, Levey weaves a dense tale of this charming city, from the Middle Ages to the Quattrocento, through the Renaissance and on up to the early years of this century. Amazon.com
Hardcover: 498 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.58 x 9.98 x 7.80 
Publisher: Harvard Univ Pr; ;
ISBN: 0674306570

Florence
by Gerhard Richter
Listed under Gerhard Richter

Renaissance Florence
by Gene Adam Brucker
Listed under Renaissance

Stones Of Florence
by Mary McCarthy
It becomes evident from the first page of "The Stones Of Florence" that Mary McCarthy loves her subject. Yet hers is the steady love of a long acquaintance, an affection that has deepened from mere infatuation to a steady, clear-eyed regard. In this witty tribute to Florence, Mary McCarthy explores the city's past and present, in the process offering up a tour that covers everything from a description of oil painting to the remarkable history behind Florence's many towers. "The Stones Of Florence" is ideal for reading on the plane ride to Italy, but it's also perfect for armchair travelers, art lovers, and students of the Renaissance. Amazon.com
Paperback: 130 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.84 x 11.01 x 8.50 
Publisher: Harvest Books; ; (September 1987)
ISBN: 0156850818 
 

Fodor's Citypack Florence (Citypacks)
by Susannah Perry
(Paperback)
Out of Print - Try Used Books
 

» Browse Florence

 


Search This Site

 
Posters
Vintage Travel Posters
Vintage Travel Posters

Florence on DVD
Copyright © 1997-2019 dropbears.com