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Limbourg Brothers (Paul, Herman, Jean) Tres Riches Heures
June July August October
Claus Sluter Well of Moses
Roger van der Weyden Deposition 1442
Roger van der Weyden Portrait of a Lady 1460
Jan van Eyck The Annunciation see page 631
Jan van Eyck Man in a Red Turban 1433
Jan van Eyck Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife, Giovanna Cenami 1434
Robert Campin Merode Altarpiece
Masaccio fresco cycle in the Brancacci Chapel in the Church of Santa del Carmine in Florence The Expulsion from Paradise
Trinity Fresco, 667 x 317 cm Santa Maria Novella, Florence
Trinity (scheme of the perspective) Fresco, 667 x 317 cm Santa Maria Novella, Florence
Martin Schongauer Temptation of Saint Anthony see page 649
Peasant Family Going to Market
Sandro Botticelli The Birth of Venus
Sandro Botticelli Primavera 1482
Sandro Botticelli Mystic Nativity 1500
Antonio del Pollaiuolo Battle of the Nudes engraving
Mary of Burgundy Painter Page with Mary at her Devotions Hours of Mary of Burgundy 1482
Mary of Burgundy Painter Hours of Mary of Burgundy 1482
Fra Angelico Annuciation Dominican Monastery of San Marco
Hans Memling Martyrdom of Saint Ursula 1489
Melchior Broederlam Annunciation and Visitation Presentation in the Temple and Flight into Egypt
Piero della Francesca Battista Sforza Frederico da Montefletro
Piero della Francesca fresco cycle The Legend of the True Cross Bacci Chapel, Church of San Francesco, Arezzo
Domenico Ghirlandaio Sassetti Chapel Church of Santa Trinita Florence
Confirmation of the Rule
Resurrection of the Boy
Antonio del Pollaiuolo Battle of the Nudes engraving.
Antonio del Pollaiuolo Battle of the Nudes engraving A.
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POLLAIUOLO, Antonio del Battle of Ten Nudes 1470s Engraving, 428 x 618 mm Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence.
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By: Joey Steeves His name is Sandro Botticelli His real name is Alessandro de Mariano di Vanni Filipepi Botticelli is Italian and he lived in the.
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