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Art of the Italian Renaissance Detail of Procession of the Magi, Gozzoli
Focus on Perspective Linear Perspective Not very good perspective
Focus on Perspective Linear Perspective
Alberti’s formula for figuring perspective Focus on Perspective Linear Perspective
School of Athens, Raphael
Madonna and Child Enthroned with Angles, Lorenzetti or follower Portrait of a Man and a Woman at a Casement, Fra Lippi
Adoration of the Magi, Fra Lippi
St. Stephen Preaching, Fra Angelico
The Infant Bacchus, Giovanni Bellini The Madonna of the Carnation, Leonardo
St. Jerome Reading in the Countryside, Giovanni Bellini Constantine’s Dream, Francesca
Study for a Libyan Sybil, Michelangelo St. John in the Wilderness, Leonardo
Virtruvian Man, Leonardo
Detail of the Procession of the Magi, Gozzoli
Resurrection, FrancescaDead Christ, Mantagna
A Knight’s Dream, Raphael
The Last Supper, Ghirliandros
Tribute Money, Masaccio
Adoration of the Magi, Fabriano
The Presentation at the Temple, Fabriano
The Last Supper, DaVinci
Death and Ascension of St. Francis, Giotto
Assumption of the Virgin, Fra Lippi Triptych at Ferrar, Giovanni Bellini
Allegory of the Effects of Good Government, Lorenzetti
Camera of the Gonzanga Family, Mantegna
Portrait of a Young Man, Giovanni Bellini Old Man and His Grandson, Ghirlandaio
Carvings of Nicola Pisano
Cimabue, Madonna Enthroned
Giotto, Madonna Enthroned Giotto, Marriage of the Virgin
Lorenzetti, Life of St. Nicholas
Andrea Pisano, North Baptistry Doors
Ghiberti, South Baptistry Doors
Ghiberti, East Baptistry Doors
Ghiberti, Four Saints
Donatello, Bust of Niccolo DauzzanoDonatello, Bust of St. Rossere
Donnatello, David, 1430 Donnatello, David, 1409
Donnatello, Annunciation Donnatello, Equestrian Statue of Gattamelata
Donnatello, Herod’s Banquet
Della Robbia, Ascension Della Robbia, Nativity Della Robbia, Madonna of the Roses
Masaccio, Madonna of Humility
Fra Lippi, Madonna with Child and Angels Fra Lippi, Madonna and Child Fra Lippi, Portrait of A Youth
Fra Lippi, The Annunciation
Fra Lippi, The Assumption
Fra Lippi, The Feast of Herod
Fra Angelico, Judas Fra Angelico, St. Lawrence Distributes Food to the Poor
Fra Angelico, Christ Glorified in the Court of Heaven
Mantegna, The Madonna of the Cherubim Mantegna, The Crucifixion
Mantegna, Rondele of the Camera of the Gonzanga Family
Gentile Bellini, The Sermon at St. Mark’s Gentile Bellini, The Miracle of the True Cross
Giovanni Bellini, San Giobbe Altarpiece Giovanni Bellini, San Zaccaria Altarpiece
Giovanni Bellini, Feast of the Gods Giovanni Bellini, Frari Triptych
Carpaccio, The Healing of the Madman Carpaccio, The Ambassadors Return to the English Court
Carpaccio, St. Jerome in His Study
Virgin and Child Enthroned,
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