Thursday, 21 February 2013

List of Slides for Week 6

1)      Fra Filippo Lippi Madonna of Humility (Trivulzio Madonna), c. 1430, Panel, Castello Sforzesco, Milan.
2)      Exterior of Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence.
3)      Fra Fillippo Lippi, Confirmation of the Carmelite Rule, c. 1432, Fresco, Museo di Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence.
4)      Detail.
5)      Fra Filippo Lippi, Portrait of a Man and a Woman, c. 1440, Tempera on wood, 64 x 42 cm, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
6)      Fra Filippo Lippi Annunciation with two Kneeling Donors, c. 1440, Oil on panel, 155 x 144 cm, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Rome.
7)      Detail: Donors, Andrea and Lorenzo d'Ilarione de' Bardi/Folco Portinari and Folgonaccio.
8)      Detail: Angel.
9)      Detail: sculptural figures.
10)   Fra Filippo Lippi, Madonna with the Child and Scenes from the Life of St Anne, 1452, Oil on panel, diameter 135 cm, Galleria Palatina (Palazzo Pitti), Florence.
11)   Fra Fillippo Lippi and Workshop, view of the fresco cycle, 1452-65, Fresco, Duomo, Prato.
12)   Fra Fillippo Lippi and Workshop View of the left (north) wall of the main chapel, 1452-65, Fresco, Duomo, Prato.
13)   Fra Filippo Lippi Herod's Banquet, 1452-65, Fresco, Duomo, Prato.
14)   Detail: Salome Dances.
15)   Detail: Salome before Herod.
16)   Andrea dal Castagno, Last Supper and Stories of Christ's Passion, 1447, Fresco, 453 x 975 cm (each fresco), Sant'Apollonia, Florence.
17)   Andrea dal Castagno, Scenes of Christ’s passion.
18)   Andrea dal Castagno, Sinopia drawing for scenes of Christ’s passion.
19)   Andrea dal Castagno Crucifixion, c. 1450, Panel, 29 x 35 cm, National Gallery, London.
20)   Andrea dal Castagno The Youthful David, c. 1450, Tempera on leather on wood, width at bottom 115,6 x 41 cm, National Gallery of Art, Washington.
21)   Andrea dal Castagno the Holy Trinity, St Jerome and Two Saints, c. 1453, Fresco, Santissima Annunziata, Florence.
22)   Andrea dal Castagno, Sinopia drawing for Holy Trinity, Santissima Annunziata, Florence.
23)   Pesellino, Madonna and Child with Six Saints (Anthony Abbot, Jerome, Cecilia, Catherine of Alexandria, Augustine, and George), c. 1444, 8 7/8 x 8 in. (22.5 x 20.3 cm), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
24)   Pesellino Episode from the Story of Griselda, 1445-50, Tempera on panel, 44 x 110 cm, Accademia Carrara, Bergamo.
25)   Pesellino, Madonna, Christ, Sts Zenobius and John the Baptist, 1455-7, Museé du Louvre, Paris.
26)   Att. to Pesellino, Head of a Man, c. 1455, black chalk and charcoal on paper, partially prepared with pink wash or pigment, Uffizi, Florence, recto.
27)   Pesellino, Santa Trinità Altarpiece, 1455-60, Tempera and oil on wood, National Gallery, London.
28)   Detail: God and Holy Spirit.
29)   Detail: Sts Mamas and James.
30)   Att. to Filippino Lippi and Workshop, St Mamas in Prison thrown to the lions, 1455-60, National Gallery, London.
31)   Att to Fillipino Lippi and Workshop, Beheading of John the Baptist, c. 1455-60, National Gallery, London.
32)   Fillipino Lippi, Allegory of Music, c. 1500, Tempera on panel, 61 × 51 cm. Gemaldegalerie, Berlin, Germany.
33)   Filipino Lippi and Workshop, View of the Strozzi Chapel, 1487-1502, Fresco,  Santa Maria Novella, Florence.
34)   St Philip Driving the Dragon from the Temple of Hieropolis, 1487-1502, Fresco, Strozzi Chapel, Santa Maria Novella, Florence.
35)   Detail: Temple of Mars.
36)   Detail: Priest.
37)   Detail: Bystander.
38)   Fillipino Lippi St John the Evangelist Resuscitating Drusiana, 1487-1502, Fresco, Strozzi Chapel, Santa Maria Novella, Florence.

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