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\Art 254 Life & Afterlife in Italian Renaissance Art Illustrations to the Divine Comedy
Giuliano da Sangalla, chart of Hell, c , pen and ink. Rome: Biblioteca Vallicelliana, Ms. Z 79/A
Ms. 1080, Milan: Biblioteca Trivulziana, 1337, Purgatorio I
Milan: Biblioteca Trivulziana, Ms Bas-de-page with Dante crowned by Beatrice, Paradiso, fol. 70 r.
Vatican: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, ms. Lat. 4776, Inferno 7
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, ms it. 74 (Florence, Bartolomeo di Fruosino, c. 1420)
Nardo di Cione, Hell, Florence, Santa Maria Novella, Strozzi Chapel.
Master of the Vitae Imperatorum, Inferno 9, Paris: BNF ms. It. 2017, fol. 11v.
London, British Museum, Yates Thompson ms 36 (Siena, Inferno, Purgatorio: Priamo della Quercia (for Millard Meiss) or Lorenzo Vecchietta (for John Pope- Hennesy), c Purgatorio 23, fol. 107 r.
Giovanni di Paolo and assistants, c. 1450, London: British Museum, Ms. Yates Thompson 36, Paradiso 3
Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica, ms Urb. Lat. 365 (Ferrara, Guglielmo Giraldi and assistants c Opening of Inferno.
Botticelli, Paradiso VI
Botticelli, Paradiso II.
Botticelli, Chart of Hell. Vatican: Biblioteca Vaticana, cod. Reg. lat. 1896
Florence: Nicolò di Lorenzo della Magna, commentary by Cristoforo Landino, 1481 (Florence: Biblioteca Marucelliana) Inferno III.
Bonino de Boninis, commentary by Cristoforo Landino, Brescia 1487 (Florence: Biblioteca Marucelliana), Inferno I.
Petro de Piasi, detto Veronese, commentary by Cristoforo Landino, Venice, November Milan: Biblioteca Trivulziana. Inferno I.
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