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Images from the Italian Renaissance. Italian Altarpieces and Polyptychs.

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1 Images from the Italian Renaissance

2 Italian Altarpieces and Polyptychs

3 Christ Triumphans with Scenes from the Passion School of Pisa 13 th century, tempera and gold leaf on panel

4 detail of Christ Triumphans with Scenes from the Passion

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6 Madonna and Child with angels and prophets Cimabue 1280, tempera and gold leaf on panel

7 Maesta by Duccio, 1308 – 11, tempera on panel, (view of front panel)

8 Maesta by Duccio, 1308 – 11, tempera on panel, (view of back panels)

9 Three Marys at the Tomb and Christs Descent into Hell detail, verso Maesta by Duccio

10 The Resurrection The Crucifixion with St. Johns Life and the Passion, by Lippo di Benivieni, 1315, tempera on wood panel

11 Annunciation with Ss Ansanus and Margaret by Simone Martini, 1333, tempera and gold leaf on panel

12 San Marco Convent wall paintings, Fra Angelico, 1437 – 1439, Florence, Italy

13 view of dormitory hallway with Annunciation San Marco Convent Florence, Italy

14 Annunciation (dormitory hall) San Marco Convent, Florence, Italy

15 view of the cloister, San Marco Convent, Florence, Italy

16 view of monks cell Virgin and Child with Ss. Augustine and Dominic (cell 11) San Marco Convent Florence, Italy

17 Virgin and Child with Ss. Augustine and Dominic (cell 11) San Marco Convent Florence, Italy

18 Crucifixion with John, Virgin Mary, St. Dominic and St. Jerome (cell 4) San Marco Convent Florence, Italy

19 View of monks cell with Annunciation with St. Peter Martyr (cell 3) San Marco Convent Florence, Italy

20 Annunciation with St. Peter Martyr cell 3 San Marco Convent Florence, Italy

21 Transfiguration (cell 6) San Marco Convent Florence, Italy

22 Christ Mocked (cell 7) San Marco Convent Florence, Italy

23 Christ Nailed to the Cross San Marco Convent Florence, Italy

24 Crucifixion with St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Dominic, Virgin Mary and John San Marco Convent Florence, Italy

25 Man of Sorrows with Virgin Mary and St. Dominic (cell 26) San Marco Convent Florence, Italy

26 Italian Use of Perspective

27 The Resurrection St. Augustine teaching, by Benozzo Gazzoli, 15 th ce employing one-point perspective

28 Dead Christ, by Mantegna, 1490, tempera on canvas

29 The Resurrection Martyrdom of St. James, by Mantegna, , fresco

30 The Resurrection Camera degli sposi ceiling painting, by Mantegna, , fresco

31 Camera degli sposi ceiling painting, by Mantegna, , fresco

32 Annunciation from the St. Anthony Polyptych, by della Francesca, 1470, oil panel painting

33 St. Anthony Polyptych, by della Francesca, 1470, oil panel painting

34 Flagellation of Christ, by della Francesca, 1449 oil on panel

35 Annunciation, Fra Fillipo Lippi, approx. 1450, tempera panel painting

36 Annunciation, Fra Fillipo Lippi, approx. 1450, tempera panel painting

37 Annunciation, Fra Fillipo Lippi, approx. 1450, tempera panel painting


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