LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
FRONTISPIECESan Bernardino of Siena.Detail of the polychrome wooden statue
attributed to Neroccio di Bartolomeo. San Jacopo, Borgo a Mozzano
(Lucca).
PLATE ISan Bernardino of Siena.The only extant portrait of the saint
painted during his lifetime. From the panel by Pietro di Giovanni
d'Ambrogio. Pinacoteca, Siena.
PLATE IISan Bernardino.Bust in polychrome wood, by an anonymous
contemporary. Church of Fontegiusta, Siena.
PLATE IIIThe Sermon in the Piazza del Campo.From the panel by Sano
di Pietro. Opera del Duomo, Siena.
PLATE IVIl Colombaio.
PLATE VA. Fra Bernardino preaching to a Religious Confraternity.From
a panel by Lorenzo di Pietro detto il Vecchietta. Pinacoteca, Siena.

B. Fra Bernardino's Friars building the Convento dell'Osser-
vanza.
From a fresco by Giacomo da Lodi. San Francesco, Lodi.
PLATE VIVision of Fra Bernardino.From the painting by S. Figuera
and R. Thomas. Musco Nazionale, Cagliari.
PLATE VIIA. Fra Bernardino's Congregation.From a panel by Neroccio di
Bartolomeo. Palazzo Pubblico, Siena.

B. Wedding of Lucrezia Malavolti and Conte Roberto San-
severino.
From a "Tavoletta di Biccherna" by Sano di Pietro. Ar-
chivio di Stato, Siena.
PLATE VIIIA. Ladies in Hats and Trains.Attributed to Apollonio di Giovanni:
detail from "Solomon and the Queen of Sheba." Museum of Fine
Arts, Boston (Mass.).

B. Ladies of Siena.Master of the Jarves Cassone: detail from "The
Visit of the Queen of Sheba to Solomon". Yale University Art
Gallery, James Jackson Jaryes Collection.
PLATE IXFine Linen and Curtains.From a painting by Paolo di Giovanni,
Nativity of the Madonna, detail. Pinacoteca, Siena.
PLATE XA. Studious Young Ladies.From a painting by Domenico Vene-
ziano. Formerly Private Collection, Frankfurt.

B. "La Finestraiuola."From a painting by Francesco di Giorgio.
Wauters Collection, Brussels.

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