From Rome to Eternity: Catholicism and the Arts in Italy, ca. 1550-1650

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INDEX
Accademia di S. Luca 237
Accademia dei Virtuosi 239
Adler, Sara 49
Agatha, Saint 9, 143–59, 162–3, 167
Agresti, Livio 241–2
Aikema, Bernard 158–9, 171
Alberti, Antonio 99, 100–1, 104–5
Alesio, Adrián de 239
Alesio, Mateo Pérez de, see
Leccio, Matteo da
Allori, Cristofano 27
Altdorfer, Albrecht 191
Amatory self-pity, topos of 26, 35
D'Andrea, Diego 163
D'Andrea, Francesco 163
D'Andrea, Gennaro 163
Andreini, Francesco 63, 77
Andreini, Giovan Battista 63–6
L'Adamo (1613) 70
Le Lagrime (1643) 71
La Maddelena (1610) 71
La Maddelena (1617) 70–83
La Maddelena lasciva
e penitente (1652) 70
Andreini, Isabella 63, 77
Antimaniera 225, 228, 230
Antitheatricalism 65–70
Antwerp 246
Cathedral 244
Apollo 52–3
Apollo and Marsyas 27, 28, 37
Archetypes, female and gender
stereotyping 47, 50–3, 54–5, 56–7
Archives 256
Arequipa 234
Compañía 236
Aresia, Paolo 123
Aretino, Pietro 54
Arles, Saint Trophîme cloister 183
Armenini, Giovanni Battista 198–9
Arpino, Cavaliere d' 235
Art as propaganda 53
Arte sacra 226–7, 229, 235, 247, 249
Arte senza tempo 228, 235
Artemisia 171
Astrology 22
Audacity 28
Augustine, Saint 33
Autun, Saint Lazare nave 183
Avvisi 259–60, 264–5
Bacchus 23, 24
Baglione, Giovanni 20, 23, 24, 28, 231–2, 237, 239
Bailey, Gauvin 12, 225–51
Baldacchini, Lorenzo 93–4
Baldinucci, Filippo 22–4, 242
Balliani, Camillo 200
Bandinelli, Baccio 34
Baptism 102, 103
Baronio, Cesare 95, 122
Barberini, Cardinal Francesco 255
Barthes, Roland 53
Bartholomew, Saint 28, 37
Bartoli, Daniele 261, 267
Barzman, Karen-edis 113
Bascapè, Carlo 201
Bassanese, Fiora 5, 43–61
Bassano, Francesco 236
Bataille, Georges 163
Beaucaire, Notre-Dame des Pommiers frieze 183
Bell, Rudolph 4, 93
Bellori, Giovan Pietro 20–3, 35
Belting, Hans 227
Bembo, Pietro 168
Bentivoglio, Guido 256, 265
Benvento, cathedral doors 183
Bernini, Gianlorenzo 34, 35, 165, 166–7, 242
Berrettini, Pietro
(Pietro da Cortona) 161–2
Bertelli, Luca 248
Bitti, Democrito Bernardino 234–7, 241, 243–5
Blado, Antonio 262
Blazey, David 122
Blazon 51
Bogotá 243
Bona, Giovanni 133
Bonasone, Giulio 236
Borghese, Cardinal Scipione 23, 29, 32, 35

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