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1: The Concept of the Renaissance

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Siena: Palazzo Pubblico: Allegory of Good Government: Effects of Good Government in the Country: det.: left: huntsmen and peasants (pp.2)

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Ecce Homo (pp.6)

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Altar of the Passion (pp.6)

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Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints Martin of Tours and Blaise (pp7.)

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Crucifixion; detail of soldiers (pp.7)

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Holy Family with the Lamb (pp.7)

2: The Demand for Middle-Class and Courtly Art in the Quattrocento

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Door of Paradise. East portal of Florence Baptistry (pp.19)

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Florence Cathedral, Exterior, Dome (pp.19)

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Chapel of Mary Magdalene; Raising of Lazarus (pp.21,22)

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Presentation in the Temple (pp.21,22)

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Crucifixion (pp.23)

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Deposition (pp.23)

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The Effects of Good Government: detail (pp.23)

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Effects of Good Government on Town and Country; detail of center (pp.23)

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Noli Me Tangere (pp.24)

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Madonna and Child: det. (pp.24)

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Lion hunt
La chasse
Hunt of exotic animals
Indies
Story of Indies, or, Story of Calcutta, or, L’Histoire de Calcu, or, Portuguese and Indies, or, Story of wild men and beasts, or, À la manière de Calcut, or, À la manière de Portugal et de l’Indye
Ex Brezé set
Left half of panel
Right half of panel
Detail of lion attacking man
Detail of bird in tree in upper right corner
Detail of man holding club
Detail of lion at bottom, right of center
Detail of men’s feet at bottom, right of center (pp.25)

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Saint Peter Hands the Tribute to the Tax Collector (pp.27)

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Pugilist (pp.27)

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Florence, Brancacci Chapel: Baptism of the Neophytes Florence: Santa Maria del Carmine, Cappella Brancacci (pp.29)

3: The Social Status of the Renaissance Artist

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Judith and Holofernes (pp.53)

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Gates of Paradise; Left Door, Noah Panel (pp.55)

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Sant’Andrea, Exterior (pp.56

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Santa Maria Novella Capella Maggiore Annunciation to Zacharias: det.: figures to right (pp.58)

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Sacrifice of Isaac (pp.60)

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Saint Jerome Writing (pp.60)

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Self Portrait (pp.66)

4: The Classicism of the Cinqueccento

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Mantua: S. Andrea West front (pp.76)

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Brera Altarpiece
Madonna and Child with Saints John the Baptist, Bernardine of SIena, Jerome, Francis of Assisi, Peter Martyr, and John the Evangelist, Four Angels, and Federico da Montefeltro (pp.77)

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The Effects of Good Government: detail of trade in the city (pp.78)

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Bell Tower (pp.78)

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Tabernacle
detail of Marriage of the Virgin (from west socle) (pp.78)

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Chiesa di Santa Felicita (Florence, Italy); the Capponi Chapel (pp.78)

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Medal of Cecilia Gonzaga, reverse, Seated girl with a unicorn (pp.78)

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Monument to Innocent VIII (pp.78)

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Transfiguration of Christ (pp.78)

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Last Judgment (pp.78)

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Montepulciano: Madonna di S. Biagio: Ext.: Flank (pp.79)

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Santa Maria presso San Satiro; interior view, looking toward the altar (pp.79)

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Villa Farnesina interior (pp.79)

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Medici Chapel: Tomb of Giuliano de’ Medici: det.: Giuliano (pp.79)

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Children Singing, detail of the Singing Gallery (Cantoria), cast (pp.82)

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Brancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine: overview of fresco cycle (pp.85)

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Adoration of the Magi (pp.85)

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Feast of Herod: Siena Baptistery Font (pp.85)

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Christ in Limbo (pp.85)

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Medici Palace, Florence Chapel of the Trinity Journey of the Youngest Magi: det.: youngest magi (pp.85)

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Sixtus IV della Rovere with his Nephews and Bartolomeo Platina, his Librarian
Sixtus IV Inaugurating the Vatican Library (Pope Sixtus IV nominates Platina Prefect of the Vatican Library) (pp.85)

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Christ Crucified between Saints Jerome Penitent and Christopher in a Landscape (pp.85)

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Camera picta (Camera degli sposi): West and North Walls (pp.85)

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School of Athens (pp.90)

5: The Concept of Mannerism

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Miraculous Draught of Fishes tapestry cartoon (pp.91)

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Exposure of Luxury: det.
Allegory with Venus, Cupid and Time (pp.93)

6: The Age of Political Realism

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Laocoön (pp.97)

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Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor (1459-1519) (pp.98)

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Emperor Charles V at the Battle of Muehlberg (pp.98)

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Phillip II’s Entry into Mantua (pp.99)

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Portrait of Martin Luther (pp.102)

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Portrait of Niccolò Machiavelli (pp.109)

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Medici Chapel: Tomb of Lorenzo de’Medici (pp.110)

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Rome: Sistine Chapel: Miracle of the Brazen Serpent: det.: right side (pp.110)

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Last Judgment (pp.105)

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Study for Last Judgment (pp.105)

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Conversion of Saint Paul (pp.106)

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Crucifixion of Saint Peter (pp.106)

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Rondanini Pietà (pp.106)

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Palestrina Pietà (pp.106)

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Crucifixion with the Virgin and Saint John (pp.106)

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Feast in the House of Levi (pp.111)

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Gian Galeazzo Sanvitale, Count of Fontanellato (pp.115)

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Descent from the Cross (pp.115)

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Pietà (pp.116)

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The Vision of Saint Eustace (pp.117)

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Holy Family with Saints Anne and John the Baptist (pp.122)

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Siege of Florence (pp.122)

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Adoration of the Magi (pp.122)

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Florence, Certosa de Val d’Ema Deposition (pp.122)

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Saint Francis of Assisi Receiving the Stigmata (pp.123)

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Madonna with the Long Neck (pp.124)

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Joseph in Egypt (pp.124)

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Paradise Model: det. (pp.125)

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Visitation (pp.125)

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Annunciation (pp.125)

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Last Supper (pp.126)

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Crucifixion (pp.126)

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Moses Striking Water from the Rock (pp.127)

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Saint Mary of Egypt (Saint Mary the Egyptian) (pp.127)

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Burial of the Count of Orgaz (pp.128)

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The Harvesters (pp.129)

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Hay Making (pp.129)

7: The Second Defeat of Chivalry

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8: The Concept of the Baroque

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David and Goliath (pp.159)

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Guard Room (pp.159)

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The Trinity (pp.159)

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Victory of Joshua over the Amalekites (pp.159)

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The Abduction of the Daughters of Leucippus by Castor and Pollux (pp.159)

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Laughing Cavalier (pp.159)

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Descent from the Cross (pp.159)

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Virgin and Child with Saint Catherine of Alexandria (pp.159)

9: The Baroque of the Catholic Courts

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The Communion of Saint Jerome (pp.168/169)

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Pieta: Three Maries (pp.169)

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Flagellation (pp.169)

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Alexander the Great Enters Babylon (Triumph of Alexander) (pp.180)

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Tapestry showing Don Quixote Having Sancho Panza Ask the Princess’s Permission to See Her (pp.182)

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SETTEE (pp.182)

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Le Rendez-vous de Chasse (pp.185)

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Saying Grace (pp.185)

10: The Baroque of the Protestant Bourgeoisie

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de Medici Series: The Flight from Blois (The Escape from Blois) (pp.192)

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A Woman Preparing Bread and Butter for a Boy (pp.196)

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Bridge with a Sluice The Sluice (pp.196)

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An Old Man in Military Costume (pp.196)

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A Panoramic Landscape (pp.197)

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Landscape with Huntsmen and Digs (pp.203)

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Portrait of the Artist with his Family (Self Portrait with Wife Susanna Cock and Two Oldest Children Magdalena and Jan-Baptist) (pp.203)

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Elevation of the Cross [central panel of triptych] (pp.207)

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Feast of Herod: det.: Salome with head of the Baptist (pp.207)

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The Company of Frans Banning Cocq and Willem van Ruytenburch; known as ‘The Night Watch’ (pp.207)

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Conspiracy of Claudius Civilis (Conspiracy of the Batavians under Claudius Civilis) (pp.207)