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1. Brunelleschi, Duomo, 1417–36, Florence
2. Donatello, David, 1446– 60, Bargello, Florence
3. Ghiberti, The Sacrifice of Isaac, 1401, Bargello, Florence
4. Brunelleschi, The Sacrifice of Isaac, 1401, Bargello, Florence
6. Botticelli, Birth of Venus, c. 1484–86, Uffizi, Florence
10. Raphael, School of Athens, , Vatican
12. Michelangelo, Last Judgment, 1536–41, Sistine Chapel
13. Caravaggio, The Calling of Saint Matthew , San Luigi dei Francesi, Rome
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