Artists

AlbertiFlorence:
Facade of the Santa Maria Novella
Palazzo Rucellai
Rotonda Santissima
Santissima Annunziata
Architecture in bird’s-eye view theory with i.a. ‘De re aedificatoria’
AlgardiRome
Statue of Filippo Neri (Chiesa Nuova Sacristy)
AmmanatiFlorence:
Palazzo Pitti courtyard
Stairs design Michelangelo (ricetto)
Fountain of Neptune
Architecture in bird’s-eye view: mannerism
Andrea di Bonaiuto
(or Andrea da Firenze)
See: Andrea
Andrea del CastagnoFlorence:
Last Supper: the influence of Donatello’s pulpit: the three  Mary’s at the grave
Florence Sant’ Apollonia:
1. The story about the Last Supper
2. The Crucifixion
2.1 The Entombment
2.2 The Resurrection
3. The Sinopia
Florence Duomo:
Fresco of Niccolò da Tolentino
Zie ook pendant van Uccello
Andrea da Firenze
Also known as Andrea di Bonaiuto
Florence Santa Maria Novella Spanish chapel Chiostro verde:
1.0 Spanish Chapel (fresco cycle)
1.1 The frescos of Andrea da Firenze
Altar wall:
1.2 The road to the Calvary
The Crucifixion
The Descent of Christ into limbo
Right wall:
1.3 The true path to salvation
Left wall:
1.4 The triumph of St Thomas of Aquinas
Andrea del SartoSee: Sarto
 Andrea del Verrocchio See: Verrocchio
Angelico FraRome:
Niccoline chapel (Vatican)
Florence
Descent from the Cross (compared with Donatello’s Descent from the Cross)
Florence San Marco:
1.  Fra Angelico and the San Marco
2.  San Marco main Altarpiece
3.  The predella of the main altar
4.  The courtyard: Crucifixion
5.  The frescos in the lunette
6.  The Chapter house
The cells of the dormitorium:
7.  De novices (south side)
8.  The cells of the  monks (east side)
9.  The cells of the laybrothers (north side)
10. Double  cell of Cosimo (north side)
11. Two frescos of Mary in the corridors of the dormitorium
Anonymous (unknown)Rome:
Frescos in the chapel of Silvester (Santi Quattro Coronati)
Frescos in the Santa Maria Antiqua (Roman Forum)
Venice:
Tomb Esquestrian statue Paolo Savelli (Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari)
Apollodorus of DamascusRome:
Trajan’s  Forum
Trajan’s column
ApolloniusRome:
The Belvedere torso (Vatican)
Arnolfo di CambioFlorence kathedraal:
Duomo
Sculptures in the recesses of the Duomo facade
Rome:
Ciborium in the Santa Cecilia
Arnoldi AlbertoFlorence:
Capponi chapel and the  Bigallo
Athenodoros, Hagesandros, PolydorosRome:
Laocoön (Vatican)
Baccio D’AgnoloFlorence:
Loggia west side Piazza Santissima Annunziata
Campanile Santo Spirito
Balla GiacomoVenice:
Abstract Speed and Sound (Peggy Guggenheim)
Manifest of Futurism in Le Figaro
Banco Nanni diSee:  Nanni
Bandinelli BaccioFlorence:
Monument of Giovanni dalle Bande Nere
Hercules and  Cacus
Wax model Hercules and Cacus
Copy of the Laocoon
The Pietà for his grave
Barthel MelchiorreVenice:
Wall tomb Doge Giovanni Pesaro (Frari church) 
Madonna with  saints (San Zaccaria)
Basaiti MarcoVenice:
Altarpiece  Ambrosius (Frari church)
Batoni PompeoRome Il Gesù:
Sacred heart of Jesus 
BattistaRome Il Gesù (ceiling):
Triumph of the Name of Jesus
Bellini GentileRome:
Pietà (Pinacoteca Vatican)

Venice:
Miracle of the Cross at the Bridge of San Lorenzo (Accademia)
Procession in piazza San Marco (Accademia)
Bellini GiovanniVenice:
S. Giobbe altarpiece (Accademia)
Saints Christopher, Jerome and Louis of Toulouse (San Giovanni Crisostomo)
Frari-triptych (Frari church)
Polyptich of St. Vincenzo Ferrer (Santi Giovanni e Paolo)
Madonna and saints (San Zaccaria)
BentvueghelsRome:
Dutch artists group (Santa Costanza)
Bernini PietroReliëfs in the Cappella Paolina (Santa Maria Maggiore; click on relief)
Fontana della Barcaccia (and his son Gianlorenzo)
Bernini Gianlorenzo
Il Gesù Bust of Cardinal Roberto Bellarmine
Cornaro chapel (Santa Maria della Vittoria)
Sant’Andrea al Quirinale
Bernini and Borromini: different characters
Fontain of Triton (Piazza Barberini)
Bee Fontain (Piazza Barberini)
Villa Borghese:
1.   Aeneas, Anchises and Ascanis
2.   The Rape of Proserpina
3.   Apollo and  Daphne
4.   David
5.   Two busts:
5.1  Paul V
5.2 Scipione Borghese
6.   Damned Soul (influence of Caravaggio)
7.   The Truth
Chigi chapel  (Santa Maria del Popolo): Daniel and Habakkuk
Four Rivers Fountain
The myth of the raised hand Rio della Plata
Bust Costanza Bonarelli (now in Bargello, Florence)
Ponte Sant’Angelo
St. Peter’s Basilica:
1.  Square with two colonnades
2.  The criticism of Bernini’s square design

3.  Interior 
4.  Scala regia (stairs)
5.  Constantine on a rearing horse 
6.0. Baldacchino
6.1 Eight coat of arms on the plinth of the Baldacchino
7.  Statues in the pillars:
     Longinus
8.  Tombe of Alexander VII
9.  Cathedra Petri
Albertoni chapel (Sant Francesco a Ripa)
Memorial to Maria Raggi (Santa Maria sopra Minerva)
Collegio di Propaganda Fide (Piazza di Spagna)
Bertoldo di GiovanniFlorence Casa Buonarroti:
Bronze battle relief
Bolgi AndreaRome:
Helena  (St. Peters, pillar)
Bologna GiovanniSee: Giambologna
Bon Bartholomeo and GiovanniVenice:
Scuola Grande di San Rocco
Entry portal of the  Santi Giovanni e Paolo
Palazzo Contarini-Fasan or Casa della Desdemona
Ca’d Oro
BorrominiRome:
Facade Collegio di Propaganda  Via di Propaganda 
San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane
Fountain books Palazzo Sapienza
Sapienza and the Sant’Ivo The map: a geometric pattern
The dome and the lantern
Sant’Agnese in Agone
The Oratorio
Borromini and Bernini: different characters
The corridor in Palazzo Spada
Palazzo Falconieri:
1. The facade (Via Giulia)
2. The loggia  Falconieri Tiber
Window Palazzo Barberini
BotticelliFlorence Ognissanti:
Augustine
See also pendant: Ghirlandaio Jerome
BramanteRome:
Tempietto
BrilRome:
Fresco (Santa Cecilia)
Braque GeorgesVenice:
The clarinet (Peggy Guggenheim)
Brunelleschi FilippoFlorence Baptisterium:
Competition second set of doors (1401)
Florence
1.0 The Ospedale degli Innocenti:
1.1 The construction history of the foundling hospital
1.2 The expansion of the Ospedale degli Innocenti after Brunelleschi’s departure
1.3 The consequences of the extension of the Ospedale degli Innocenti
1.4 A comparison: the facades of the Ospedale and the San Matteo (Accademia)
1.5 The proportions of the facade of the Ospedale degli Innocenti
1.6 The ospedale degli Innocenti and the Piazza Santissima Annunziata (Piazza dei Servi)
1.7 Behind the facade of the Ospedale degli Innocenti
1.8 Museum Ospegale degli Innocenti
Florence:
1.0 The Santa Maria degli Angeli, or the Oratory
1.1 Brunelleschi and his style in the Oratory
1.2 The Oratory after 1500
Florence San Lorenzo:
1.    The church: San Lorenzo
2.0 Old Sacristy (Brunelleschi):
2.1  Light in the Old sacristy
2.2 Lantern of the Old sacristy
2.3 The circle, the square and the proportions of the Old sacristy
2.4 Baptistery in Padua and  the Old sacristy
2.5 The Old sacristy: Renaissance or Gothicism?
2.6 The meaning of the Old sacristy and the altar
2.7 The style of Michelozzo and Brunelleschi
Florence Santa Croce:
Pazzi Chapel:
1.0 The Pazzi Chapel in the cloister of the  Santa Croce
1.1 Interior
1.2 Porticus
Florence Santa Felicita:
Barbadori Chapel or Capponi Chapel
Florence Santo Spirito:
Church Santo Spirito
Florence Santo Spirito and the San Lorenzo:
A comparison between the Santo Spirito and the San Lorenzo
Florence:
Parte Guelfa
Florence Santa Maria del Fiore or the Duomo:
1.0 Dome Duomo (Santa Maria del Fiore) Brunelleschi
1.1 Lantern
1.2 Crowing of the lantern
1.3 Dome a new style of just gothic?
Florence:
Florence Santa Maria Novella Gondi chapel:
Crucifix
Florence and Venice:
The influence of the Santa Maria degli Angeli (Oratorium) on
the Santa Maria della Salute Baldassare Longhena
Buontalenti BernardoFlorence Uffizi:
Porta delle Suppliche
Florence Palazzo Pitti:
The cave in the Boboli gardens
CanalettoVenice:
Capriccio of a Colonnade (Accademia)
Piazza di San Marco view of St. Germaine
Palazzo Ducale ceremonial staircase with the crowning ritual
Molo and the Riva degli Schiavoni
San Francesco della Vigna
Campo Santi Apostoli
Feast day of the Scuola San Rocco 
Rialto bridge
Canova AntonioRome:
Venus  (Paolina Borghese; Villa Borghese)
Caracci AnnibaleRome:
Cerasi chapel altar piece and ceiling  (Santa Maria del Popolo)
CaravaggioPortrait of Caravaggio by Ottavio Leoni
The painter and his work: an explanation
Cerasi chapel
Crucifixion of St Peter
Contarelli chapel (San Luigi dei Francesi):
1. Martyrdom of St. Matthew
2. Calling of St. Matthew
3. St. Matthew and the Angel
4. First version St. Matthew and the Angel
5. Second and final version
Cavalletti chapel (Sant’Agostio): Madonna di Loreto
Vittrici chapel (Chiesa Nuova): Entombment (replica)
Madonna dei Palafrenieri
Carlevarijs Luca or CarlevarisVenice:
Procession to the Santa Maria della Salute
CarpaccioVenice:
Miracle of the Holy Cross at Rialto (Accademia)
The Dream of St. Ursula (Accademia)
San Giorgio degli Schiavoni (Scuola Dalmata):
1. St. George impales the dragon with his lance
2. St.George slays the dragon and the preliminary sketch
3. Presentation of Christ
4. Jerome and the lion
5. The death of St. Jerome
6. St. Augustine in his Study
Castagno Andrea delsee Andrea
Cavallini PietroRome:
Fresco: Last Judgement (Santa Cecila)
Fresco Maria and Child (Santa Maria in Aracoeli)
Cavriolo Francesco
(and B. Falconi, C. Molli):
Venice:
Sculpture main altar Longhena (Santi Giovanni e Paolo)
Cellini BenvennutoFlorence:
Perseus (Loggia dei Lanzi)
Chirico Giorgio deVenice:
The red tower (Peggy Guggenheim)
Cima da ConeglianoVenice:
Baptism of Christ and the geometric composition (San Giovanni in Bragora)
Adoration of the Shephards (Santa Maria dei Carmini)
CimabueFlorence Uffizi:
Enthroned Madonna with child: a comparison  Duccio and Giotto
Circignani NiccolòzieStefano Rotondo (fresco’s)
CioneSee Jacopo di or Nardi
Ciuffani BernardoFlorence Museo dell’Opera del Duomo:
Matthew
Codussi MauroVenice:
San Giovanni Crisostomo
Santa Maria Formosa
San Michele in Isola
Palazzo Vendramin Calergi
Palazzo Corner-Spinelli
Cortese GuglielmoRome:
Altarpiece Crucifixion of Andreas (Sant’Andrea al Quirinale)
Cortona Pietro daRome:
Santa Maria della Pace
SS Luca e Martina
Court Juste LeVenice:
Group of sculpture main altar (Santa Maria della Salute)
Dali SalvadorVenice:
The Birth of Liquid Desires (Peggy Guggenheim)
The meeting of Dali with Freud 
Danti VincenzoFlorence Bargello:
Triumphant over Falsehood
DonatelloFlorence Duomo:
A gigant on the buttresses of the Duomo
Florence Museo dell’Opera del Duomo:
1.  John  fore the facade of the Duomo
2.   The five statues for the Campanile:
2.1 The prophets with or without beard or Pensieroso
2.2 Sacrifice Abraham and Isaac
2.3 Jeremiah
2.4 Habakkuk
3.   Mary Magdalene
4.   Cantoria:
4.1 Donatello’s cantoria
4.2 A comparison between the  two cantoria (Robbia Luca della and Donatello)
4.3 The rose window and the cantoria
See further pendant: Lucca della Robbia
Florence Orsanmichele:
Donatello’s statues for the Orsanmichele:
1. Marcus
2. St. George
3. Louis of Toulouse
Florence Santa Croce:
1. Two life-size crucifixen
2. Cavalcanti Tabernacle
Padua Santa Maria dei Servi:
Crucifix (wood)
Florence San Lorenzo Old Sacristy:
1.0 The Old Sacristy:
1.1 The eight tondi
1.2 Four stories about the apostle John:
1.3 John and his dream on Patmos
1.4 Resurrection of Drusiana
1.5 The torture in boiling oil and the ascension of John
1.6 The apostles in the  lunettes
1.7 The recesses above the two bronze doors in the Old Sacristy
1.8 The ‘martyr’s door and the ‘apostle’s door’
1.9 The Altar
Florence interior San Lorenzo:
1.0 The pulpits:
1.1 Overview pulpits
1.2 The passion pulpit
1.3 Two Descents of the Cross: a comparison
1.4 Christ before Pilate
1.5 The pulpit with the resurrection of Christ
1.6 Three Mary’s at the grave
1.7 The limbo of Hell and the Resurrection of Christ
1.8 Two resurrections: a comparison between Donatello and Castagno
2. Cenotaph
Florence Bargello:
Two Davids marble and bronze
Florence Palazzo Vecchio:
The Judith and Holofernes
Duchamp MarcelVenice:
Nude, Sad Young Man on a Train (Peggy Guggenheim)
Duquesnoy FrancoisRome:
St. Andrew (pillar Saint Peter’s basilica)
Ernst MaxVenice:
Attirement of the bride la toilette de la mariée (Peggy Guggenheim)
FalciniSee Cavriolo
Fioravanti Neri diFlorence:
Model Dome 1366
FioreSee: Jacobello
Firenze Andrea daSee: Andrea
Fumiani AntonioVenice:
1.0 Ceiling in the San Pantaleon 
1.1 A detail of the  ceiling painting
Fra Sisto Fiorentino and Fra Ristoro da CampiFlorence:
Santa Maria Novella
Gaddi TaddeoFlorence Santa Croce:
Baroncelli Chapel:
1. Rejection of  Joachim’s Sacrifice
2. Meeting at the Golden Gate and the birth of Mary
3. The presentation of Mary and her engagement 
4. The wall at the altar
5. Annunciation of Mary and Mary’s visit to Elisabeth
6. Annunciation to the shepherds and the  worship of the Christ Child
7. David and Jesse in the pilaster by the south wall
8. The apotheosis: the altarpiece
Florence Santa Croce (together with Maso di Banco):
Santa Croce Cappella Bardi di Vernio
Santa Croce refectory:
The Last Supper
Gentile da FabrianoFlorence Uffizi:
Aanbidding der Koningen
Ghiberti LorenzoFlorence Baptisterium:
1. The competition of the second set of doors of the Baptistery (1401)
2. The first door of Ghiberti
3. Second door: Gates of Paradise 
Florence Orsanmichele:
Three statues of Ghiberti
1. John the Baptist
2. Matthew
3. Stephan
Capomaestro building the dome
Ghiberti Vittore (son of Lorenzo Ghiberti)Florence Baptisterium:
Frame of the doors of the Baptistery
Portrait of Vittore Ghiberti
Ghirlandaio DomenicoFlorence Santa Trinita de Sassetti-kapel:
1.0 Sassetti, de Santa Maria Novella en Santa Trinita
2.0 De kapel van Sassetti in de Santa Trinita
2.1 Voorzijde: visioen Augustus de sibille Tibur en David
2.2 De vier sibillen in het gewelf van de kapel
3.0 Zes verhalen van de heilige Franciscus:
3.1 Het verwerpen van aardse goederen
3.2 Bevestiging orderegels der franciscanen
3.3 De sultan en de vuurproef
3.4 Franciscus ontvangt de stigmata
3.5 De opwekking van de zoon van de notaris
3.6 De begrafenis van Franciscus
4.0 Altaarstuk, de nissen: Francesco, Nera d’Corsi
5.0 De muurgraven van Francesco Sassetti en Nera d’Corsi
Florence Santa Maria Novella Tornabuoni Chapel (Cappella Maggiore):
The chapel, the Tornabuonis and the contract
The fresco cycle as a whole
Seven stories of the Virgin on the left wall
Ghirlandaio: a better storyteller than Gozzoli
The Birth of Mary
The Presentation of Mary
The Adoration of the Magi, The Massacre of the Innocents and The Death and Assumption of the Virgin
Portraits of contemporaries
Visitation
The birth of John the Baptist
Zacharias Writing John’s Name
The preaching of John the Baptist, the Baptism of Christ and Herod’s Banquet
The groined vaults, the wall by the altar and the altarpiece
The opening of the Tornabuoni Chapel to the public
Florence Ognissanti:
1. Laatste Avondmaal (refter)
2. Vespucci-kapel
3. Hiëronymus
GiambolognaFlorence Bargello:
Florence triumphant over Pisa
Florence Loggia dei Lanzi:
The  rape of the Sabine woman
Giambono MicheleVenice:
St. Chrysogonos on horseback (San Trovaso)
GiorgioneVenice:
La Tempesta (Accademia)
‘Sleeping Venus’ (facade Fondaco dei Tedeschi today in the  Ca’d Oro)
GiottoRome:
Stefaneschi altar  (Pinacoteca Vatican)
Florence:
1.  Bardi and Peruzzi Chapels:
1.1 Giotto’s frescoes in the chapels of the Peruzzi and Bardi families
1.2 Fresco technique and painting on the wall
1.3 Restoration
2.    Peruzzi Chapel:
2.1 The stories about John the Baptist
2.2 The stories about John the Evangelist
2.3 Methodology, execution and quality
3.   Bardi Chapel
3.1 The fresco cycle
3.2 The left wall
3.3 The right wall
Giovanni da MilanoFlorence Santa Croce Rinuccini-kapel:
Afwijzing offer van Joachim
Giovanni di Lapo GhiniFlorence:
Duomo model 
Giusto Le Court  or Josse de Cortesee Court
GoetheOn the palazzi in Venice
Gozzoli BenozzoRome:
St. Anthony (Santa Maria in Aracoeli)
San Gimignano Sant’Agostino:
H. Anthonius Aankomst van Augustinus in Milaan in
een vergelijking met Ghirlandaio’s weigering
van het offer van Joachim
Florence Palazzo Medici-Riccardi:
Kapel van de drie koningen
Gozzoli: frescocyclus
Fra Filipino Lippi: altaarstuk
1.0 De kapel en het palazzo
1.1 Achtergrond en geschiedenis
1.2 Ligging, functie, vorm en driedeling
2.0 Betekenis van de fresco’’s en het altaarstuk in de kapel
2.1 Gedicht, inscriptie vloer, portaal en altaarstuk
2.2 Symbolen en portretten
3.0 De frescocyclus en het altaarstuk
3.1 Een overzicht
3.2 De wanden
3.3 Koorruimte
3.4 Altaarstuk
Guardi FrancescoVenice:
Procession to the Salute
‘Monastery visit’ (San Zaccaria)
Guidodotti Dario en
Romanelli Raffaello
Florence San Lorenzo:
Cenotaph Donatello
Heemskerck Maerten vanDrawings:
Pantheon 
The garden of Casa Gali with the Bacchus of Michelangelo
Jacobello del FioreVenice:
Justice between the Archangels Michael and Gabriel (Accademia)
Jacopo di CioneEnthroned  Madonna with Child (a comparison with Giotto)
Joos (or Justs, Justus van Gent or Joos van Wassenhove(n)Cardinal Bessarion
Kandinsky WassilyVenice:
‘Landscape with Red Stains, No.2’ (Peggy Guggenheim)
The discovery of abstract painting 
Lamberti Niccolò di PietroMuseo dell’Opera del Duomo:
Marcus (for the recesses of the facade of the Duomo Duomo)
Lapo Ghini Giovanni diSee Giovanni
Leger FerdinandVenice:
Man in the city (Peggy Guggenheim)
Leochares (copy after)Rome:
Apollo (Pio Clementino Vatican)
Leonardo da VinciRome:
Jerome (Pinacoteca Vatican)
Florence:
Plan for the Baptistery
Florence Bargello:
Sketch of horrifying scene Bargello
Drawing after Vitruvius
The influence of Leonardo’s Mary with Child on Michelangelo
Cardboard of the Madonna Child and Anna
The influence of Leonardo on Verrocchio
 Lippi FilipoRome:
The Cornation of the Virgin Mary triptych (Pinacoteca Vatican)
Lippi Filippino
Zie ook onder:
Masaccio
Masolino
Rome Santa Maria sopra Minerva:
Cappella Carafa fresco cycle about St. Thomas and an altarpiece 
1. The wall at the altar
2. The vaults
3. The triumph of true faith
4. The left wall 
Florence Santa Maria Novella:
Strozzi Chapel
Filippino Lippi and the Strozzi Chapel
1.1 The fresco cycle of the lives of Saint Philip and John the Evangelist
1.2 Saint Philip Driving the Dragon from the Temple of Hieropolis and the Crucifixion of Philip
1.3 Saint John raises Drusiana from the Dead and The Martyrdom of Saint John
1.4 The altar wall and the sarcophagus of Filippo Strozzi
1.5 Precious materials and buon fresco
Florence Santa Maria Carmine:
Brancacci-kapel
1. De kerk en de kapel van Brancacci
2. De schilders van de Brancacci-kapel
3. Betekenis van de frescocyclus
4. De fresco’s in de Brancacci-kapel
5. Rechterwand:
5.1 De zondeval en de verdrijving uit het Paradijs
5.2 De cijnspenning
5.3 Petrus wekt de zoon van Theophylus tot leven
5.4 Portretten van tijdgenoten in de opwekking en de Sagra
6. Altaarwand:
6.1 Preek Petrus en het dopen
6.2 Petrus verdeelt aalmoezen
6.3 Petrus geneest met zijn schaduw
7. Linkerwand:
7.1 Genezing van de kreupele en de opwekking van Tabita
7.2 Dispuut met Simon Magus en de Kruisiging van Petrus
8. De evolutie van de schilderkunst van Giotto tot MasaccioRome Santa Maria sopra Minerva
Carafa Chapel
Lippi FilippoRome:
Triptych Coronation of Mary (Pinacoteca Vatican)
Florence
Palazzo Medici-Riccardi
Kapel van de drie koningen:
Altaarstuk: Maria in het bos
Lombardo PietroVenice:
Burial monument for Doge Pietro Mocenigo (Santi Giovanni e Paolo)
Lombardo TullioVenice:
Double-portrait also self-portrait (Ca d’Oro)
Coronation of  Mary (San Giovanni Crisostomo)
Longhena BaldassareVenice:
Santa Maria della Salute
Ca’Rezzonico
Scuola Grande dei Carmini
High Altar of the Santi Giovani e Paolo
Ca’Pesaro
Longhi PietroVenice:
The Pharmacist (Accademia)
Lorenzetti AmbrogioFlorence Uffizi:
Presentatie in de tempel
Lotto LorenzoVenice:
Portrait of a Gentleman in his Study (Accademia)
St. Nicholas in glory (Santa Maria dei Carmini)
LysipposRome:
Apoxyomenos  (Pio Clementino Vatican)
Maciano GiulianoFlorence Santa Croce:
Completion of the facade Pazzi Chapel after  Brunelleschi and Michelozzo
Maderno CarloRome:
Santa Maria della Vittoria
Magritte ReneVenice:
Empire of light Empire des lumieres (Peggy Guggemheim)
Maiano Benedetto daFlorence:
Palazzo Strozzi
The courtyard of the Palazzo Strozzi
Manetti AntonioFlorence:
The portico of the Santissima Annunziata
The dome of the San Lorenzo
Revenge for criticism of the dome 
The competition of the bronze doors Baptistery in 1401
Old Sacristy: dispute between Brunelleschi and Donatello
MantegnaVenice:
St. Sebastian (Ca d’Oro)
Marino MariniVenice:
The Angel of the City (Peggy Guggenheim)
MasaccioFlorence Santa Maria Novella:
1. Holy Trinity
1.1 The Renaissance in Santa Maria Novella with the Holy Trinity of Masaccio
1.2 The Holy Trinity or Trinity of Masaccio in Santa Maria Novella
1.3  A hole in the wal: the lineair perspective
1.4 The tradition of Masaccio’s Mercy Seat and Holy Trinity
1.5 Space and time in the Trinity
1.6 The Trinity and the Dominicans’ view on the Christian community
Florence Santa Maria del Carmine:
Brancacci Chapel
1. The church and chapel of Brancacci
2. The painters of the Brancacci Chapel
3. The meaning of the fresco cycle
4. The frescos in the Brancacci Chapel
Right wall:
5. Original sin and the Expulsion from the Garden of Eden
6. The Tribute Money
7. Peter brings Theophilus’ son to life and becomes the first bishop of Antioch
8. Portraits of contemporaries in the raising of Theophilus and the Sagra
Altar wall:
9.  Peter’s sermon and the baptism
10. Peter Distribution of alms
11. St. Peter Healing the Sick with His Shadow
Left wall:
12. Healing of the Cripple and Raising of Tabitha
13. Disputation with Simon Magus and the Crucifixion of St. Peter
14. The evolution in painting from Giotto to Masaccio
MasolinoRome San Clemente:
Catherine of Alexandria (fresco cycle San Clemente)
Florence Santa Maria del Carmine:
Brancacci Chapel: see Masaccio
MassariVenice:
Ballroom and stairway of the Ca’Rezzonico
Palazzo Grassi
Memling HansVenice:
Portrait of a  young man (Accademia)
MichelangeloRome:
Porta Pia
Pietà
Sixtine chapel:
1. Ceiling 
2. Last Judgment
Piazza del Campidoglio
Sforza chapel (Santa Maria Maggiore)
Risen Christ first version (San Vincenzo, Bassano Romano)
Risen Christ (Santa Maria sopra Minerva)

Florence San Lorenzo
Facade design San Lorenzo
The new Sacristy or Cappelle Medicee:
1.0 Architecture
1.1 The New and Old Sacristy
1.2 The new style of Michelangelo
1.3 So how exactly does the architecture in the New Sacristy deviate from Vitruvian rules?
2.0 The new Sacristy Cappelle Medicee sculpture:
2.1 The genesis of the statues in the Cappelle Medicee (New Sacristy)
2.2 The four statues on the two tombs in the New Sacristy
2.3 The recesses with Lorenzo and Giuliano Capitani
2.4 The Madonna with the Child opposite the altar in the New Sacristy
2.5 The great discovery in the New Sacristy 
Florence Palazzo Vecchio:
1.   Michelangelo’s Victory
1.1 The influence of Michelangelo’s Victory on other sculptors
Florence San Lorenzo: 
The Laurenziana library:
1. The library of Michelozzo as a prototype for the Laurenziana
2. The Laurenziana inside an already existing cloister of Michelozzo
3. Laurenziana: beauty versus functionality
4. The reading room
5. The ricetto of the Laurenziana
6. The columns in the walls of the ricetto: an architectonic trompe l’oeil
7. Staircase in the ricetto: a rather oversized piece of furniture
Michelangelo’s views on:
Architecture and his working method
Florence Casa Buonarroti:
1. The Crucifix
2. The young Michelangelo in the sculpture garden of the Medici
3. The Battle relief
4. The influence of Bertoldo’s bronze relief on Michelangelo’s battle relief
5. The Madonna of the stairs
Florence Bargello:
1. A Bacchus of Michelangelo and one of Jacopo Sansovino
2. The Pitti tondo
3. The Taddei tondo
4. The Apollo of Michelangelo
5. The Brutus
Florence Accademia:
1.1 The David of Michelangelo: a true giant
1.2 The commission and the placement of the giant David
1.3 The placement and unveiling of the giant
2.0 Michelangelo and his missing bronze copy to Donatello’s David
3.0 Michelangelo and his apostle Matthew
3.1 Matthew: a perfect illustration of Michelangelo’s way of working
4.0 The four slaves or prisoners of Michelangelo in the Accademia
Florence Museo dell’Opera del Duomo:
The Duomo Pietà
Milaan:
The Rondanini Pietà
Florence Santa Croce:
The grave of Michelangelo 
MichelozzoFlorence:
Palazzo Medici-Riccardi
The style of contemporaries and architects: Michelozzo and Brunelleschi
Ciborium San Miniato al Monte
The library of the San Marco
The rotonda of the Santissima Annunziata (completed by Alberti)
Santissima Annunziata (loggia and courtyard)
The first courtyard of the San Lorenzo
Milano GiovanniFlorence Santa Croce Rinuccini Chapel:
Expulsion of Joachim from the temple Joachim
MochiRome:
Veronica (St. Peter click on St Veronica)
MolliSee Cavrioli
Mondriaan PietVenice:
No title oval composition (Peggy Guggenheim)
Moore HenryVenice Peggy Guggenheim:
Three standing figures
Nanni di BancoFlorence Duomo:
Isaiah for the buttresses of the Duomo (nowadays in the  Bargello)
Luke (for the recesses of the facade of the Duomo (nowadays in the Bargello)
The Ascension of Mary (Porta della Mandorla)
Florence Orsanmichele:
Quattro Coronati
Nardo di Cione
Altarpiece Orcagna
Florence Santa Maria Novella:
Strozzi di Mantova Chapel
1.   fresco cycle
1.2 overview and scheme
1.3  Altarpiece (Orcagna)
Neri di FioravantiFlorence:
Dome Duomo model
Orcagna Andrea diFlorence Orsanmichele:
Assumption of Mary
Presentation of Mary (relief)
Florence Santa Maria Novella:
Strozzi Chapel with altarpiece
Pagno di Lapo PortigianiFlorence San Lorenzo:
Completion of the dome of the San Lorenzo (after Manetti)
Palladio AndreaVenice:
The facade of  San Francesco della Vigna
San Giorgio Maggiore
Il Redentore
See further menu Vicenza or artist alphabetically
Vicenza:
1. Arco delle Scalette
2. Casa Civena
3. Palazzo della Ragione
4. Loggia del Capitaniato
5. Palladio en Trissino
6. Palazzo Barbarano
7. Palazzo Chiericati
8. Palazzo Iseppo Porto
9. Palazzo Porto-Breganze
10. Palazzo Thiene
11. Palazzo Valmarana
12. Map of Vicenza of  Palladio’s buildings
13. Teatro Olimpico
14. Villa Rotonda
Palma il VecchioVenice:
Barbara (Santa Maria Formosa)
PeruzziRome:
Salone delle prospettive (Villa Farnesina)
PiantaVenice:
Statues (Scuola Grande di San Rocco)
Picasso PabloVenice:
The Poet (Peggy Guggenheim)
Picasso’s ideas on Cubism
PinturicchioRome:
Bernardino of Siena (Santa Maria Aracoeli)
Piombo Sebastiano delRome:
Polyphemes (Villa Farnesina)
Venice:
Crisostomos, John the Evangelist, John the Baptist and other saints (San Crisostomo)
Pisano AndreaFlorence:
1.0 The first bronze door Baptistery
1.1 The decision to cast the bronze doors
1.2 The influence of Giotto on Andrea Pisano’s door
Campanile (after the start of Giotto)
Pollaiuolo AntonioBattle between naked warrior
Pollock JacksonVenice:
Alcherny (Peggy Guggenheim)
Pollock explained his painting technique
Enchanted Forest (Peggy Guggenheim)
PolyclitusThe Canon and the ideal proportions of humans
PomaracioStefano Rotondo (frescos)
PontormoFlorence Santa Felicita Barbadori- of Capponi-kapel:
Schilderingen in de Capponi-kapel Florence
Architectuur kapel Brunelleschi
1. De kapel
2. Het glas-in-loodraam
3. Het altaarstuk
4. De schilderingen in de pendentieven, koepel en binnengevel
5. Inhoud en betekenis van Pontormo’s werk in de kapel
 PomarancioRome:
Stefano Rotondo (frescos)
PordenoneVenice:
St Lorenzo Giustiniani and other Saints (Accademia)
Porta Giacomo dellaRome:
Il Gesù
Loggia Farnese
Pozzo AndreaRome Sant’ Ignazio:
Ascension of Ignazio de Loyola ceiling 
Detail: Pozzo self-portrait in Ascension 
Detail: Asia
PraxitelesTivoli Villa Hadrianus:
Aphrodite of Cnidus
 Rabirius:Rome:
Palace of Domitian (Palatine)
Raggi AntonioRome:
Assistent Bernini figures (Andreas)
Sante Andrea al Quirinale

Statue Carlo Borromeo (facade San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane)
RaguzziniRome:
Piazza di San Ignazio
Rainaldi Carlo en GirolamoRome:
Sant’Agnese in Agone (before Borromini)
RaphaelRome:
Stanze in the Villa Farnesina:
1. Galatea 
2. Loggia di Psiche
The tomb of Raphaël (Pantheon)
Raphaël and the opening of his grave
Robbia Lucca dellaFlorence Bargello:
Cantoria
1. A comparison between the two cantoria (Donatello)
2. The rose window and the cantoria
Donatello’s Cantorie
Romanelli Raffaello en Guidodotti DarioFlorence San Lorenzo:
Cenotaph Donatello
 Rothko MarkVenice:
Sacrifice (Peggy Guggenheim)
RubensRome:
Madonna della Vallicella (Chiesa Nuova) 
RuskinVenice:
The Stones of Venice and the  order of Venice
Salvi Nicola
Rome:
Trevi fountain
Sanctis Francesco deRome:
The Spanish steps
Sangallo Antonio daRome:
Palazzo Farnese
Sangallo Francesco daFlorence Orsanmichele:
Virgin with Child and saint Anne
Florence New Sacristiy San Lorenzo:
Frieze (New Sacristy San Lorenzo Florence)
Sangallo GiulianoFlorence:
Wooden model of the Palazzo Strozzi (click model)
Villa of the Medici at Poggio a Caiano (click villa de Medici)
Florence Santa Maria degli Angeli of Oratorium:
Drawing map (click drawing)
Sanmicheli MicheleVenice:
Palazzo Grimani
Sansovino AndreaRome Sant’Agostino:
Virgin and Child with Saint Anne
Sansovino JacopoFlorence Bargello:
The Bacchus
Arguing with Michelangelo  over the facade of the San Lorenzo
Venice:
John the Baptist (Frari church)
Palazzo Corner della Grande (Ca’Grande
or Ca’Corner Grande)
San Marco’s domes (restoration)
Zecca
Biblioteca Marciana
San Francesco della Vigna
The genesis of the Piazza San Marco 
Scala dei Giganti (Ducale)
Palazzo Dolfin-Manin
Sarto Andrea delFlorence Chiostro dello Scalzo:
1. Fresco’s voor het vertrek naar Frankrijk
2. Fresco’s na terugkeer uit Frankrijk
Florence San Salvi:
Laatste Avondmaal in de refter
Settignano Desiderio daFlorence San Lorenzo:
The tabernacle of sacraments
Severini GinoVenice:
Blue dancer (Peggy Guggenheim)
Simone MartiniFlorence Uffizi:
Annunciation
Taddeo GaddieSee: Gaddie
Talenti FrancescoFlorence:
Campanile Duomo (upper part)

Tiepolo GiambattistaVenice:
Last Communion of St. Lucy
Scuola Grande dei Carmini:
1.0 Sala del Capitolo
1.1 Ceiling frescos Sala del Capitolo:
1.2 Angel carrying the book of the Scuola  Angel showing the scapular to the people in purgatory
1.3 Faith (Cross and chalice), hope (anchor), love (mother with child)
1.4 Patience (?), innocence (young virgin carrying a goat) and finally chastity (?)
1.5 Vigilance, sincerity and patience, strength and justice
1.6 Mary handing the scapular to Simon Stock
Apotheosis of St. Dominic the rosary Institution (Gesuati)
‘Madonna with three Dominican female saints’ (Gesuati)
Vicenza Villa Valmarana:
1. Villa Valmarana and the fresco cycle of Tiepolo
2. Layout of the rooms
A. Vestibule
B. Room of Homer and layout
C. Room of  Ariosto and layout
D. Room of  Vergil and layout
E.  Room of Torquato Tasso and layout
Tintoretto JacopoThe Miracle of St Mark freeing a Slave (Accademia)
Self-portrait
Last Supper (San Trovaso)
Last Supper (San Giorgio Maggiore)
The Jews in the Desert (San Giorgio Maggiore)
Portrait of Jacopo Sansovino
Last Supper (S. Marcuola)
Venice Scuola Grande di San Rocco:
1.0   Sala dell’ Albergo
1.1  Overview paintings ceiling and walls  in the Sala dell’Albergo
Ceiling Sala dell’Albergo:
1.3   The Glorification of St. Roch
1.4   Uproar among artists about Tintoretto’s ‘sketch’ of St.Roch
1.5   Happiness
Wall at entrance Sala dell’Albergo:
1.6   Ecce Homo (click on ecce homo)
1.7   The Ascent to Calvary
1.8   Christ before Pilate
Wall opposite the entrance Sala dell’Albergo:
1.9   Crucifixion
Sala Superiore:
2.0   Sala Superiore
2.1   Overview paintings ceiling and walls
2.2   Lifting the bronze snake
Images in the Sala Superiore:
2.3   The Ascention
2.4   Jonah leaves the whale’s belly
2.5.  The resurrection of Christ
2.6   Last Supper
2.7   The Mirackle of Manna
2.8   Moses drawing Water from the Rock 
2.9   Elysha multiplies the bread
2.10 The Adoration of the Shephards
2.11 The Baptism of Christ
2.12 The Eternal Father appears to Moses
2.13 The Pillar of Fire
2.14 Jacob’s Ladder
2.15 Fall of Man
2.16 Elijah fed by the Angel
2.17 The Passover
2.18 The Apparition of St. Roch
2.19 The Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes
2.20 The  Temptation of Christ
2.21 St. Roch, St. Sebastian
Sala Terrena
3.0   Sala Terrena:
3.1   Overview paintings wall
3.2   Annunciation
3.3   Harsh criticism on the board of the Scuola
and the Annunciation
Images in the Sala Terrena:
3.4   Adoration of the Magi
3.5   The flight into Egypt
3.6   The Slaughter of the Innocents
3.7   St. Mary Magdalene
3.8   St. Mary of Egypt
Paradise  (Ducale: hall council)
TitianRome:
Madonna with Child in Glory and Saint (Pinacoteca Vatican)
Doge Niccolo Marcelol (Pinacoteca Vatican; click on Doge Marcelol)
Venice:
Pietà (Accademia)
Doge Andrea Gritti
Cardinal Pietro Bembo
Pesaro altarpiece
Marcus and four saints
Justitia (fresco on the facade of Fondaco dei Tedeschi now Ca d’Oro)
Ascension (Frari church)
Girocamo and cardiaal Marco Corner (studio of Titian)
Annunciation
Transfiguration (San Salvatore)
Portrait of the poet Aretino
Florence Uffizi:
Portrait of the poet Aretino
Uccello PaoloFlorence Santa Maria Novelle Chiostro verde:
1.0 The work of Paolo Uccello in Chiostro Verde
1.1 The Creation of Adam and Eve and the Fall
1.2 The Flood and the Sacrifice and Drunkenness of Noah
Florence Duomo:
Fresco of John Hawkwood
See pendant: Castagno Andrea del
Veneziano LorenzoVenice:
Virgin Mary with child (Accademia)
Veneziano PaoloVenice:
Virgin Mary with child (Accademia)
Virgin Mary with child doge Francesco (mouseover)
Dandolo and his wife (Frari church)
Veronese PaoloVenice:
Christ in the house of Levy
Mystical Marriage of St Catherine (Accademia)
Holy Family and Saints 
San Pantalon healing a Boy (San Pantaleone) 
San Sebastiano:
1.0 San Sebastiano  Sacristy:
1.1 Coronation of the Virgin (scroll down)
1.2 Mark and John
2.0 The church San Sebastiano ceiling nave:
2.1 Esther before Ahasuerus
2.2 Triumph of Mordecai
3.0 Altarpiece: Mary with Child and saints
4.0 Organ with closed and open hatches
5.0  Walls of the gallery closed to the public:
5.1 The archer
5.2  St. Sebastian struck by arrows click on Sebastian
5.3 The monk and the black boy
6.0 Spandrels of the arch:
6.1 Annunciation
The holy Family (San Franceso della Vigna)
San Pantalon healing a boy (San Pantaleone)
Verrocchio Andrea delFlorence Bargello:
The David
Lady with primroses
Florence Palazzo Vecchio:
Putti with Dolphin 
Florence Orsanmichele:
Douting Thomas and Christ
Florence:
Crowning the lantern of the Duomo
Venice:
Equestrian statue of Colleoni (San Giovanni e Paolo)
Vignola Giacomo daRome:
Il Gesù
VincenzoZie onder Danti
Vittoria AlessandroVenice:
St. Jerome (Frari church)
Palazzo Papadopoli
St. Sebastian (San Salvatore)
Vivarini Alvise
Basaiti Marco
Venice:
Altarpiece St. Ambrose (Frari church)
Resurrection of Christ (San Giovanni in Bragora)
Vivarini AntonioVenice:
Coronation of Mary (San Pantaleone)
Vivarini BartholomeoVenice:
Triptych of St. Mark and other saints (Frari church)
Mary with child and the Saints John the Baptist and Andreas (San Giovanni in Bragora)
John the Baptist (San Giovanni in Bragora)
Madonna della Misericordia (Santa Maria Formosa)
Zuccaro FedericoRome:
Palazzo
Florence:
The home and workshop of Frederico Zuccari
Facade