Finally, Worsley concludes his discussion of Inigo Jones
with a full examination of the use of the portico and the Serlian window configuration, called the serliana, as symbols of sovereignty.
He wisely closes with an admission that the connections between Chapman, Inigo Jones
, Doncaster, and the masque are strongly suggestive but by no means proof.
The chapters which follow are devoted to the masques of composer William Lawes, the visual representations of musical harmony sought by Inigo Jones
, French influence on the Caroline masques of the 1630s, and masques presented in other venues than the court (including the famous masque by Milton presented at Ludlow Castle).
produced one of his greatest effects: stars which dance in the heavens in time to the music, at the command of Prometheus.
Its dominating figure is Inigo Jones
, and its pervading thesis that `important forms of art patronised by the Stuarts, including masques, heraldry, gardens, architecture, musical harmony, and processions .
6 million educational, entertainment and cultural complex will include the 300-seat indoor Inigo Jones
Theatre, a Shakespeare museum, library, education center, shops, cafeteria and a pub.
In 1605 Jonson and the scene designer and architect Inigo Jones
produced the first of many excellent masques, which they continued to collaborate on until 1634.
The men who made the greatest contribution to the development of the masque were Inigo Jones
and Ben Jonson.
These finely staged pieces of court theatre (the public were not welcome - you needed a title to get in) had scenery designed by the great Inigo Jones
with words by playwright Ben Jonson (who once had his cheek branded with a hot iron for literary impertinence towards his betters).
It is now flying from Inigo Jones
, Groeslon as well as Gypsy Wood Park and The Golden Cod, both Bontnewydd.
Hart has been tracking backwards, from the early 18th century to the beginning of the 17th, to produce revisionist studies of three major architects of the period: two heavyweights of the English Baroque, John Vanbrugh and Nicholas Hawksmoor, and Inigo Jones
, the man who introduced Vitruvian classicism to England.
Many Joneses of course have no Welsh links at all - one of the most famous of the historical Jones3s was the famous architect Inigo Jones