Heather Luby's Renaissance Project
- Inigo Jones was born on July 15,1573 in London, England.
- He died on June 21, 1652 in London, England.
- Throughout his life he traveled around Italy for a little, but for the most part he stayed in England.
- He was apprenticed to a joiner in St. Paul's churchyard as a boy.
- He never really revealed his true character or personality to the public.
- He created architecture. He built The Queens House in Greenwhich, The Queens Chapel at St. James' palace, and many others.
- Kings and Queens across England were his patrons.
Inigo Jones built this in 1619-1622.
This piece shows humanism because he didn't inquire the gods into his works.
I like this piece of work because it is intricate and appears very nice for the era of which it was built.
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"Inigo Jones." International Dictionary of Architects and Architecture. Gale, 1993. Biography in Context. Web. 17 Nov. 2013.
Jones, Inigo. Banqueting house. N.d. Artstor, London. Artstor.com. Web. 19 Nov. 2013.