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  • Giorgio Vasari
  • Artist: n/a Title: Sixteenth-century Italy Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: n/a Source/ Museum: n/a
  • Leonardo da Vinci
  • Vinci, Italy
  • "Most Illustrious Lord, Having now sufficiently considered the specimens of all those who proclaim themselves skilled contrivers of instruments of war, and that the invention and operation of the said instruments are nothing different from those in common use: I shall endeavor, without prejudice to any one else, to explain myself to your Excellency, showing your Lordship my secret, and then offering them to your best pleasure and approbation to work with effect at opportune moments on all those things which, in part, shall be briefly noted below. 1. I have a sort of extremely light and strong bridges, adapted to be most easily carried, and with them you may pursue, and at any time flee from the enemy; and others, secure and indestructible by fire and battle, easy and convenient to lift and place. Also methods of burning and destroying those of the enemy. 2. I know how, when a place is besieged, to take the water out of the trenches, and make endless variety of bridges, and covered ways and ladders, and other machines pertaining to such expeditions. 3. If, by reason of the height of the banks, or the strength of the place and its position, it is impossible, when besieging a place, to avail oneself of the plan of bombardment, I have methods for destroying every rock or other fortress, even if it were founded on a rock, etc. 4. Again, I have kinds of mortars; most convenient and easy to carry; and with these I can fling small stones almost resembling a storm; and with the smoke of these cause great terror to the enemy, to his great detriment and confusion. 5. And if the fight should be at sea I have kinds of many machines most efficient for offense and defense; and vessels which will resist the attack of the largest guns and powder and fumes. 6. I have means by secret and tortuous mines and ways, made without noise, to reach a designated spot, even if it were needed to pass under a trench or a river. 7. I will make covered chariots, safe and unattackable, which, entering among the enemy with their artillery, there is no body of men so great but they would break them. And behind these, infantry could follow quite unhurt and without any hindrance. 8. In case of need I will make big guns, mortars, and light ordnance of fine and useful forms, out of the common type. 9. Where the operation of bombardment might fail, I would contrive catapults, mangonels, trabocchi, and other machines of marvellous efficacy and not in common use. And in short, according to the variety of cases, I can contrive various and endless means of offense and defense. 10. In times of peace I believe I can give perfect satisfaction and to the equal of any other in architecture and the composition of buildings public and private; and in guiding water from one place to another. 11. I can carry out sculpture in marble, bronze, or clay, and also I can do in painting whatever may be done, as well as any other, be he who he may. Again, the bronze horse may be taken in hand, which is to be to the immortal glory and eternal honor of the prince your father of happy memory, and of the illustrious house of Sforza. And if any of the above-named things seem to anyone to be impossible or not feasible, I am most ready to make the experiment in your park, or in whatever place may please your Excellency - to whom I comment myself with the utmost humility, etc." What a fantastic piece of personal marketing! There's none of his famous backwards-mirror writing here -- this letter was intended to be read and to persuade. I'm a hopeless pedantic, so of course I'm going to take this opportunity to let you know what you can learn from Leonardo's resume... You'll notice he doesn't recite past achievements. He doesn't mention the painting of the altarpiece for the Chapel of St Bernard; he doesn't provide a laundry list of past bombs he's built; he doesn't cite his prior employment in artist Andrea di Cione's studio. No, he does none of these things, because those are about his achievements, and not about the Duke's needs . Instead, he sells his prospective employer on what he can do for him. Now imagine being the Duke of Milan and receiving this magnificent letter / resume from the young wunderkind of Florence. The specific descriptives paint a wonderful picture (that is, if you're a Renaissance Duke) of siege engines and bombardments and mortars and trench-draining and bridges to defeat the enemy. You can almost imagine the scenes that ran through the Duke's head as he held this letter in his hands and read through Leonardo da Vinci's bold statements of capabilities. I mean, at that time, who wouldn't want " kinds of mortars; most convenient and easy to carry; [that] can fling small stones almost resembling a storm "? Sounds pretty enticing. And that's exactly what your resume needs to do, too. Not the laundry list / standard bio that talks about you, but the marketing piece that talks about the benefits to your future employer and how you fit into his or her needs and desires. So it turns out that even 500 years later, this remarkable fellow, Leonardo da Vinci, can even teach us something about the modern job hunt... What a genius...
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: The Last Supper Medium: Wall painting: Tempera and oil on plaster Size: 15'2" X 28'10" (4.6 X 8.8 m) Date: 1495–98 Source/ Museum: Monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, Italy
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: The Last Supper Medium: Wall painting: Tempera and oil on plaster Size: 15'2" X 28'10" (4.6 X 8.8 m) Date: 1495–98 Source/ Museum: Monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, Italy
  • Artist: Andrea del Castagno Title: The Last Supper Medium: Fresco Size: approx. 16' 32' (4.6 X 9.8 m) Date: 1447 Source/ Museum: Refectory, Convent of Sant’Apollonia, Florence
  • Giotto Last Supper
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: The Last Supper Medium: Wall painting: Tempera and oil on plaster Size: 15'2" X 28'10" (4.6 X 8.8 m) Date: 1495–98 Source/ Museum: Monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, Italy
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: The Last Supper Medium: Wall painting: Tempera and oil on plaster Size: 15'2" X 28'10" (4.6 X 8.8 m) Date: 1495–98 Source/ Museum: Monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, Italy
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: The Last Supper Medium: Wall painting: Tempera and oil on plaster Size: 15'2" X 28'10" (4.6 X 8.8 m) Date: 1495–98 Source/ Museum: Monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, Italy
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: Virgin and Saint Anne with the Christ Child and the Young John the Baptist Medium: Charcoal heightened with white on brown paper Size: 55½ X 41" (141.5 X 104.6 cm) Date: c. 1500 Source/ Museum: The National Gallery, London
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: Mona Lisa Medium: Oil on wood panel Size: 30¼ X 21" (77 X 53 cm) Date: c. 1503 Source/ Museum: Musée du Louvre, Paris
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: Mona Lisa Medium: Oil on wood panel Size: 30¼ X 21" (77 X 53 cm) Date: c. 1503 Source/ Museum: Musée du Louvre, Paris
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: Mona Lisa Medium: Oil on wood panel Size: 30¼ X 21" (77 X 53 cm) Date: c. 1503 Source/ Museum: Musée du Louvre, Paris
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: Mona Lisa Medium: Oil on wood panel Size: 30¼ X 21" (77 X 53 cm) Date: c. 1503 Source/ Museum: Musée du Louvre, Paris
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: Mona Lisa Medium: Oil on wood panel Size: 30¼ X 21" (77 X 53 cm) Date: c. 1503 Source/ Museum: Musée du Louvre, Paris
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: Mona Lisa Medium: Oil on wood panel Size: 30¼ X 21" (77 X 53 cm) Date: c. 1503 Source/ Museum: Musée du Louvre, Paris
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: Mona Lisa Medium: Oil on wood panel Size: 30¼ X 21" (77 X 53 cm) Date: c. 1503 Source/ Museum: Musée du Louvre, Paris
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: Mona Lisa Medium: Oil on wood panel Size: 30¼ X 21" (77 X 53 cm) Date: c. 1503 Source/ Museum: Musée du Louvre, Paris
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: Mona Lisa Medium: Oil on wood panel Size: 30¼ X 21" (77 X 53 cm) Date: c. 1503 Source/ Museum: Musée du Louvre, Paris
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: Mona Lisa Medium: Oil on wood panel Size: 30¼ X 21" (77 X 53 cm) Date: c. 1503 Source/ Museum: Musée du Louvre, Paris
  • Artist: Leonardo Title: Vitruvian Man Medium: Ink Size: 13½ X 9 ⅝ " (34.3 X 24.5 cm) Date: c. 1490 Source/ Museum: Galleria dell’Accademia, Venice
  • Artist: Raphael Title: The Small Cowper Madonna Medium: Oil on wood panel Size: 23 ⅜ X 17 ⅜ " (59.5 X 44.1 cm) Date: c. 1505 Source/ Museum: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Widener Collection (1942.9.57)
  • Artist: Raphael Title: Stanza della Segnatura. In the left lunette, Parnassus; in the right lunette, School of Athens Medium: Fresco Size: 19 X 27' (5.79 X 8.24 m) Date: 1510–11 Source/ Museum: Vatican, Rome
  • Artist: Raphael Title: School of Athens Medium: Fresco Size: 19 X 27" (5.79 X 8.24 m) Date: c. 1510–11 Source/ Museum: Stanza della Segnatura, Vatican, Rome
  • Michelangelo as Heraclitus
  • Michelangelo as Heraclitus
  • Michelangelo as Heraclitus
  • Artist: Raphael Title: Pope Leo X with Cardinals Giulio de’ Medici and Luigi de’ Rossi Medium: Oil on wood panel Size: 5' ⅝ " X 3'10 ⅞ " (1.54 X 1.19 m) Date: c. 1517 Source/ Museum: Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence
  • Artist: Shop of Pieter van Aelst, Brussels, after cartoons by Raphael and assistants Title: Miraculous Draft of Fishes Medium: Wool and silk with silver-gilt wrapped threads Size: 16'1" X 21' (4.9 X 6.4 m) Date: Woven 1517, installed 1519 in the Sistine Chapel Source/ Museum: From the nine-piece set, the Acts of the Apostles series; lower border, two incidents from the life of Giovanni de’ Medici, later Pope Leo X / Musei Vaticani, Pinacoteca, Rome
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: Pietà Medium: Marble Size: height 5'8½" (1.74 m) Date: c. 1500 Source/ Museum: Saint Peter’s, Vatican, Rome
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: Pietà Medium: Marble Size: height 5'8½" (1.74 m) Date: c. 1500 Source/ Museum: Saint Peter’s, Vatican, Rome
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: Pietà Medium: Marble Size: height 5'8½" (1.74 m) Date: c. 1500 Source/ Museum: Saint Peter’s, Vatican, Rome
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: Pietà Medium: Marble Size: height 5'8½" (1.74 m) Date: c. 1500 Source/ Museum: Saint Peter’s, Vatican, Rome
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: David Medium: Marble Size: height 17' (5.18 m) without pedestal Date: 1501–04 Source/ Museum: Galleria dell’Accademia, Florence
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: David Medium: Marble Size: height 17' (5.18 m) without pedestal Date: 1501–04 Source/ Museum: Galleria dell’Accademia, Florence
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: David Medium: Marble Size: height 17' (5.18 m) without pedestal Date: 1501–04 Source/ Museum: Galleria dell’Accademia, Florence
  • Artist: n/a Title: Interior, Sistine Chapel Medium: n/a Size: The ceiling measures 45' X 128' (13.75 X 39 m) Date: Built 1475–81; ceiling painted 1508–12; end wall, 1536–41 Source/ Museum: Vatican, Rome
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: Sistine Chapel Ceiling Medium: Frescoes Size: The Creation of Adam panel is 9'2" X 18'8" (2.8 X 5.7 m) the Creation of Eve is 5'7" X 8'6" (1.7 X 2.6 m) Date: n/a Source/ Museum: Vatican, Rome
  • Artist: n/a Title: Diagram of Scenes of the Sistine Chapel Ceiling Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: n/a Source/ Museum: Vatican, Rome
  • The Libyan Sibyl
  • The Libyan Sibyl
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: Creation of Adam, Sistine Chapel Ceiling Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: 1511–12 Source/ Museum: Vatican, Rome
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: Creation of Adam, Sistine Chapel Ceiling Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: 1511–12 Source/ Museum: Vatican, Rome
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: Creation of Adam, Sistine Chapel Ceiling Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: 1511–12 Source/ Museum: Vatican, Rome
  • Artist: n/a Title: Interior, Sistine Chapel Medium: n/a Size: The ceiling measures 45' X 128' (13.75 X 39 m) Date: Built 1475–81; ceiling painted 1508–12; end wall, 1536–41 Source/ Museum: Vatican, Rome
  • Artist: n/a Title: Interior, Sistine Chapel Medium: n/a Size: The ceiling measures 45' X 128' (13.75 X 39 m) Date: Built 1475–81; ceiling painted 1508–12; end wall, 1536–41 Source/ Museum: Vatican, Rome
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: Moses Medium: Marble Size: height 7'8½" (2.35 m) Date: 1513–16, 1542–45 Source/ Museum: Tomb of Julius II. Church of San Pietro in Vincoli, Rome
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: New Sacristy (Medici Chapel) Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: 1519–34 Source/ Museum: Church of San Lorenzo, Florence
  • Artist: Bernardo Buontalenti Title: The Great Grotto, Boboli Gardens, Pitti Palace, Florence Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: 1583–93 Source/ Museum: Sculpture by Michelangelo
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: Last Judgment, Sistine Chapel Medium: Fresco Size: 48 X 44' (14.6 X 13.4 m) Date: 1536–41 (cleaning finished 1994) Source/ Museum: Vatican, Rome
  • St. Bartholemew from Final Judgement
  • Artist: Donato Bramante Title: Tempietto, Church of San Pietro In Montorio Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: 1502–10; dome and lantern were restored in the 17th century Source/ Museum: Rome
  • Artist: Antonio da Sangallo the Younger and Michelangelo Title: Palazzo Farnese, Rome Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: 1517–50. When Sangallo died in 1546, Michelangelo added the third floor and cornice Source/ Museum: Piazza Farnese, Rome
  • Artist: n/a Title: Four Plans of Saint Peter’s, Rome Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: n/a Source/ Museum: n/a
  • Artist: Giulio Romano Title: Courtyard Façade, Palazzo del Tè, Mantua Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: 1527–34 Source/ Museum: n/a
  • Artist: Giulio Romano Title: Fall of The Giants Medium: Fresco Size: n/a Date: 1530–32 Source/ Museum: In the Sala dei Giganti, Palazzo del Tè, Mantua
  • Artist: Giulio Romano Title: Fall of The Giants Medium: Fresco Size: n/a Date: 1530–32 Source/ Museum: In the Sala dei Giganti, Palazzo del Tè, Mantua
  • Artist: Giulio Romano Title: Fall of The Giants Medium: Fresco Size: n/a Date: 1530–32 Source/ Museum: In the Sala dei Giganti, Palazzo del Tè, Mantua
  • Artist: Correggio Title: Assumption of The Virgin Medium: Fresco Size: Diameter of base of dome approx. 36' (11 m) Correggio was remembered by his contemporaries as a shadowy, melancholic and introverted character, traits possibly conditioned by his birth into a large and poor family. Correggio is an enigmatic and eclectic artist, and it is not always possible to identify a stylistic link between his paintings. He appears to have emerged out of no major apprenticeship, and to have had little immediate influence in terms of apprenticed successors, but his works are now considered to have been revolutionary and influential on subsequent artists. A century after his death Correggio's work was well known to Vasari , who felt that he had not had enough "Roman" exposure to make him a better painter. In the 18th and 19th centuries, his works were often remembered in the diaries of foreign visitors to Italy, which led to a reevaluation of his art during the period of Romanticism . The flight of the Madonna in the vault of the cupola of the Cathedral of Parma inspired numerous scenographical decorations in lay and religious palaces during the 20th centuries. Corregio's illusionistic experiments, in which imaginary spaces replace the natural reality, seem to prefigure many elements of Mannerist and Baroque stylistic approaches. In other words, he appears to have fostered artistic grandchildren, despite having no direct disciples outside of Parma, where he was influential on the work of Giovanni Maria Francesco Rondani , Parmigianino , Bernardo Gatti , and Giorgio Gandini del Grano . His son, Pomponio Allegri became a painter. Date: c. 1526–30 Source/ Museum: In main dome, interior, Parma Cathedral, Italy
  • Artist: Giorgione Title: The Tempest Medium: Oil on canvas Size: 32 X 28¾" (82 X 73 cm) Date: c. 1506 Source/ Museum: Galleria dell’Accademia, Venice
  • Artist: Titian Title: The Pastoral Concert, or Allegory on the Invention of Pastoral Poetry Medium: Oil on canvas Size: 41¼ X 54¾" (105 X 136.5 cm) Date: c. 1510 Source/ Museum: Musée du Louvre, Paris
  • Artist: Titian Title: Pesaro Madonna Medium: Oil on canvas Size: 16' X 8'10" (4.9 X 2.7 m) Date: 1519–26 Source/ Museum: Side-aisle altarpiece, Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice
  • Artist: Titian Title: The Pastoral Concert, or Allegory on the Invention of Pastoral Poetry Medium: Oil on canvas Size: 41¼ X 54¾" (105 X 136.5 cm) Date: c. 1510 Source/ Museum: Musée du Louvre, Paris
  • Artist: Titian Title: Venus of Urbino Medium: Oil on canvas Size: 3'11" X 5'5" (1.19 X 1.65 m) Date: c. 1538 Source/ Museum: Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence
  • Artist: Titian (finished by Palma Giovane) Title: Pietà Medium: Oil on canvas Size: 11'6" X 12'9" (3.5 X 3.9 m) Date: c. 1570–76 Source/ Museum: Galleria dell’Accademia, Venice
  • Artist: Titian Title: Isabella D’Este Medium: Oil on canvas Size: 40 ⅛ X 25 3⁄16" (102 X 64.1 cm) Date: 1534–36 Source/ Museum: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: Saint Peter's Basilica. View From the West Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: c. 1546–64; dome completed 1590 by Giacomo della Porta; lantern 1590–93 Source/ Museum: Vatican, Rome
  • Artist: Michelangelo Title: Pietà (known as the Rondanini Pietà ) Medium: Marble Size: height 5'3 ⅜ " (1.61 m) Date: 1559–64 Source/ Museum: Castello Sforzesco, Milan
  • Artist: Giacomo della Porta Title: Façade of the Church of Il Gesù, Rome Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: c. 1573–84 Source/ Museum: n/a
  • Artist: Pontormo Title: Entombment Medium: Oil and tempera on wood panel Size: 10'3" X 6'4" (3.1 X 1.9 m) Date: 1525–28 Source/ Museum: Altarpiece in Capponi Chapel, Church of Santa Felicità, Florence
  • Artist: Pontormo Title: Entombment Medium: Oil and tempera on wood panel Size: 10'3" X 6'4" (3.1 X 1.9 m) Date: 1525–28 Source/ Museum: Altarpiece in Capponi Chapel, Church of Santa Felicità, Florence
  • Artist: Bronzino Title: Portrait of a Young Man Medium: Oil on wood panel Size: 37 ½ X 29½" (95.5 X 74.9 cm) Date: c 1540–45 Source/ Museum: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The H. O. Havemayer Collection (29.100.16)
  • Artist: Bronzino Title: Allegory with Venus and Cupid Medium: Oil on panel Size: 57 ½ X 46" Date: Mid-1540s Source/ Museum: National Gallery, London / Reproduced by courtesy of the Trustees of the National Gallery, London
  • Artist: Benvenuto Cellini Title: Saltcellar of King Francis I of France Medium: Gold and enamel Size: 10 ½ X 13 ⅛ " (26.67 X 33.34 cm) Date: 1540–43 Source/ Museum: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
  • Artist: Veronese Title: Feast in the House of Levi Medium: Oil on canvas Size: 18'3" X 42' (5.56 X 12.8 m) Date: 1573 Source/ Museum: From the refectory of the Dominican Monastery of Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Venice / Galleria dell’Accademia, Venice
  • Artist: Tintoretto Title: The Last Supper Medium: Oil on canvas Size: 12' X 18'8" (3.7 X 5.7 m) Date: 1592–94 Source/ Museum: Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice
  • Artist: Palladio Title: Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: Plan 1565; construction 1565–80; façade, 1597–1610; campanile 1791 Source/ Museum: Finished by Vincenzo Scamozzi following Palladio’s design
  • Artist: n/a Title: Nave, Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: Begun 1566 Source/ Museum: n/a
  • Artist: Palladio Title: Villa Rotonda (Villa Capra), Vicenza Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: Begun, 1560s Source/ Museum: n/a
  • Artist: n/a Title: Plan of the Villa Rotonda Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: c. 1550 Source/ Museum: n/a
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    • 2. Giorgio Vasari
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    • 4. Leonardo da Vinci
    • 5. Vinci, Italy
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    • 8. Leonardo The Last Supper
    • 9. Title : Last Supper , the Refectory. (See Introduction, fig.21) Artist : Leonardo da Vinci Date : 1495-1498 Source/ Museum: Monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan Medium : Tempera and oil on plaster Size : 15'2" X 28'10" (4.6 X 8.8 m)
    • 10. Title : Last Supper , the Refectory. (See Introduction, fig.21) Artist : Leonardo da Vinci Date : 1495-1498 Source/ Museum: Monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan Medium : Tempera and oil on plaster Size : 15'2" X 28'10" (4.6 X 8.8 m)
    • 11. Andrea del Castagno
    • 12. Title : Last Supper , the Refectory. (See Introduction, fig.21) Artist : Leonardo da Vinci Date : 1495-1498 Source/ Museum: Monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan Medium : Tempera and oil on plaster Size : 15'2" X 28'10" (4.6 X 8.8 m) Giotto
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    • 33. Michelangelo as Heraclitus
    • 34. Leonardo da Vinci as Plato
    • 35. Raphael (self-portrait)
    • 36. Pope Leo X with Cardinals Giulio de’ Medici and Luigi de’ Rossi
    • 37. Miraculous Draft of Fishes
    • 38. Pietà
    • 39. Laocoon
    • 40. Pietà
    • 41. A quality, as of an experience or a work of art, that arouses feelings of pity, sympathy, tenderness, or sorrow. pa·thos (pths, -thôs)
    • 42. David
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    • 45. Interior, Sistine Chapel
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    • 48. The Libyan Sibyl
    • 49. The Prophet Jeremiah
    • 50. Creation of Adam
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    • 52. Expulsion
    • 53. Interior, Sistine Chapel
    • 54. Separation of Light and Dark
    • 55. Moses
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    • 59. St. Bartholemew from Final Judgement
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    • 63. Courtyard Façade, Palazzo del Tè, Mantua
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    • 65. Giulio Romano Fall of The Giants
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    • 67. Correggio Assumption of The Virgin
    • 68. Giorgione The Tempest
    • 69. Titian The Pastoral Concert, or Allegory on the Invention of Pastoral Poetry
    • 70. Titian Pesaro Madonna
    • 71. Titian Bacchus and Ariadne
    • 72. Venus of Urbino
    • 73. Pietà
    • 74. Isabella D’Este
    • 75. Michelangelo Saint Peter's Basilica. View From the West
    • 76. Michelangelo Pietà (known as the Rondanini Pietà )
    • 77. Giacomo della Porta Façade of the Church of Il Gesù, Rome
    • 78. Pontormo Entombment
    • 79. Pontormo Madonna and Child
    • 80. Bronzino Portrait of a Young Man
    • 81. Bronzino Allegory with Venus and Cupid
    • 82. Benvenuto Cellini Saltcellar of King Francis I of France
    • 83. Artist: Veronese Title: Feast in the House of Levi Veronese Feast in the House of Levi
    • 84. Tintoretto The Last Supper
    • 85. Palladio Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice
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    • 87. Palladio Villa Rotonda (Villa Capra), Vicenza
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