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    • St. Pantaleimon, Nerezi, (1164)
    • Pieta in frescoes in St. Panteleimon, (1164)
    • Giotto (1267-1337), Lamentation (Mourning of Christ), Cappella degli Scrovegni
    • Duccio, Maestà, (1308-1311)
      • Duccio, Madonna and Child, (Late 13 th or Early 14 th cs.)
    • Melchior Broederlam, Annunciation and Visitation, (1393–1399)
    • Jan van Eyck, The Annunciation (1434)
    • Simone Martini, Maestà, Madonna with Angels and Saints, (1315)
    • Pietro, Lorenzetti, Madonna dei Tramonti (c.1330)
    • Two details from the frescos in the Palazzo Pubblico of Siena by Ambrogio Lorenzetti, circa 1328
    • The Flight into Egypt by Lorenzo Monaco (c.1405)
    • Lorenzo Monaco, Adoration of the Magi, (1422)
    • The Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry – Limbourg Brothers , (c.1412-16)
    • Lorenzo Monaco, Coronation of the Virgin, (c.1414)
    • Gentile da Fabriano, Adoration of the Magi (1423)
    • Detail: Gentile da Fabriano, Adoration of the Magi (1423)
    • Portrait of a Princess of the House of Este by Vittore Pisano (1436-38)
    • Donatello, statue of St. George sculpted for a niche on the outside of Orsanmichele (c.1420)
    • Donatello, Feast of Herod, (c.1425)
    • Donatello, David (1430-32)
    • Donatello,equestrian statue of Gattamelata, (c.1443-53)
    • Masaccio, Madonna with Child and Angels, (c.1422)
    • Brunelleschi, Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore (1420-1436)
    • Brunelleschi, nave of Santa Lorenzo, (from 1418)
    • Alberti, doorway of Tempio Malatestiano , Rimini, (c.1450)
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    • Brunelleschi, Rotonda degli Scolari (Scholar's Rotunda) Santa Maria degli Angeli (1430s) Florence
    • Alberti, Façade of Sant'Andrea, Mantua, (c.1462)
    • Robert Campin, Master of Flémalle, One of the "Flemalle" panels, St. Veronica (1410)
    • Jan van Eyck, portrait of Man in Turban (1433)
    • Roger van der Weyden, Mary Magdalen, Crucifixion Tryptich, (1445)
    • Roger van der Weyden, Mary Magdalen (1450)
    • Dieric Bouts, Ecce Agnus Dei, (c. 1462-1464)
    • Dieric Bouts, Madonna and Child, (c.1465)
    • Charonton, The Pietà of Villeneuve-lès-Avignon, (c.1455)
    • Albrecht Dürer, Self-portrait (c.1500)
    • Albrecht Dürer, Junger Hase, (1502)
    • Mantegna, Battle of the Sea Gods, ( < 1481)
    • Albrecht Dürer, Death of Orpheus (1494)
    • Mantegna, The Madonna of the Cherubim (1485)
    • Mantegna, The Lamentation over the Dead Christ, (1490)
    • Albrecht Dürer, The Men’s Bathhouse, (c.1496-97)
    • Albrecht Dürer, The Prodigal Son among the Pigs, (1497)
    • Albrecht Dürer, The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, (1498)
    • Albrecht Dürer, St. Jerome in his Study, (1513-14)
    • Albrecht Dürer, Melancholia, (1513-14)
    • Albrecht Dürer, Rhinoceros, (1515)
    • Albrecht Dürer, Adoration of the Trinity, or Landauer Altar, (1511)
    • Ghiberti, Adam and Eve, Panel 1 of The Gates of Paradise, (1401-22)
    • Bernardo Rossellini, Bruni Tomb, Santa Croce, Florence, (1444-47)
    • Antonio Rossellino, Tomb of the Cardinal of Portugal, San Miniato, Florence, (1461-66)
    • Verrocchio, David, (c.1473-75)
    • Piero Pollaiuolo, Hope, Florence, Galleria degli Uffizi, (1469-70)
    • Piero Pollaiuolo, tomb of Sixtus IV (d. 1484), St. Peter’s, Rome
    • Pollaiuolo, Tomb of Innocent III, Lateran
    • Verrocchio, Colleoni Monument, Venice, (c.1483-88)
    • Hieronymous Bosch, Crucifixion, (c.1480-85)
    • Hieronymous Bosch, Ecce Homo, (c.1470-86)
    • Grünewald , Crucifixion, central panel of the Isenheim altarpiece, (c.1512-16)
    • Botticelli, Birth of Venus, (1485)
    • Botticelli, Madonna del Magnificat, (c.1483-85)
    • Botticelli, Venus and Mars, (1483)
    • Botticelli, Madonna with two angels, (c.1468-69)
    • da Vinci, The Last Supper, (1495-1498)
    • Signorelli, Deeds of the Antichrist, Cathedral of Orvieto, (c.1501)
    • Signorelli, Madonna and Child with Saints, Perugia Cathedral, (early 1500s)
    • Messina, detail of Crucifixion, (c.1454-55)
    • Bellini, Transfiguration of Christ, (1480-85)
    • Fra Angelica, Madonna Enthroned, (c. 1437-46)
    • Fra Filippo Lippi, Madonna and Child, (c.1440-45)
    • Veneziano, Madonna with Child, (1445 )
    • Jacopo Bellini, Madonna with Child, (1440)
    • Raphael, Madonna di Foligno, (1512)
    • Michelangelo, Creation of Adam, ceiling,Sistine Chapel, Rome, (1508-12)
    • Michelangelo, La Pietà (1499)
    • Michelangelo, David, (1501-1504)
    • Micelangelo, Pietà, Nel Museo dell'Opera del Duomo di Firenze, (c.1550)
    • Giorgione, Sleeping Venus, (c.1510)
    • Michelangelo, The Dying Slave, (c.1513)
    • Fiorentino, Moses Defending the Daughters of Jethro, (c.1523)
    • Fiorentino, Macabre Allegory, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence
    • Pontormo, Halberdier, (c.1528)
    • Veronese, Mars and Venus united by Love, (mid-1570s)
    • El Greco, Portrait of An Old Man, presumed self-portrait of El Greco, (c.1595–1600)
    • El Greco, The Holy Trinity , (1577–1579)