Luca di Tomme: A Sienese Fourteenth-Century Painter

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Index of Illustrations
Note: All works not otherwise indicated are by Luca di Tommé. Secondary references to illustrations are listed by title of work in the Index.
Adoration of the Magi (Pl. 6): ThyssenBornemlsza Gallery, Lugano, Switzerland, 69
Amos (Pl. 17-1): location unknown, 90
Angel Gabriel (Pl. 26-1): private collection, 106
Annunciation with Saints Francis, Nicholas of Bari, Thomas, and Matthew; prophets in tondi, Elisha, Aaron, Malachi, and Isaiah; and two unidentified prophets in the spandrels (Pls. 47-1-47-7): Oratorio di San Giovanni, Cascina, 142
Assumption of the Virgin (Pls. 15-1-15- 5): Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, 86-88
Beheading of Saint Paul (Pl. 42): Christian Museum, Esztergom, 136
Christ Blessing (Pls. 23-1-23-2): location unknown, 101
Conversion of Saint Paul (Pl. 40): Seattle Art Museum, 132
Crucified Christ with the Virgin, Saints John the Evangelist, Francis, and Christ Blessing (recto) and Crucified Christ with Saints Paul, Michael, Peter, and Louis of Toulouse (verso) (Pls. 3-1-3-2): Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, 59-60
Crucifixion: (Pl. 7) The Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, 71; (Pl. 21) location unknown, 97; (Pl. 8) Museo Civico, Montepulciano, 73; (Pls. 19-1-19-3) Museo Nazionale di San Matteo, Pisa, 93-94; (Pl. 2) Staatliches Lindenau-Museum, Altenburg, East Germany, 57
Crucifixion with Trinity, Nativity, Adoration of the Magi, Mocking of Christ, and Deposition; in the pinnacles, Resurrection and Annunication (Pls. 4-1-4-9): Timken Art Gallery, San Diego, 61-65
Duccio (?): Assumption of the Virgin detail of occulus (Fig. 15), 184
Duccio, shop of. Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints Paul, Peter, and Donor; surmounted by Coronation of the Virgin; in the spandrels, Annunciation; in the predella, Eight Saints; left wing: Nativity, Flagellation, and Way to Calvary; right wing: Crucifixion, Deposition, and Entombment (Fig. 7), Pinacoteca Nazionale, Siena, 178
Elijah (Pl. 17-4): location unknown, 91
Flagellation (Pl. 5): Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, 67
Isaiah (Pl. 17-3): location unknown, 91
Jeremiah (Pl. 17-2): location unknown, 90
Jonah (Pl. 16): Rijksmuseum Het Catharijneconvent, Utrecht, 89
Lorenzetti, Pietro: Crucifixion (Figs. 6- 1-6-3), Museo Diocesano, Cortona, 176-77; Crucifixion (Figs. 2-1-2- 2), San Francisco, Siena, 172-7 John the Evangelist (Fig. 5), Uffizi, Florence, 175; Virgin Mourning (Fig. 4), Uffizi, Florence, 175
Lorenzetti, Pietro, ambience of: Madonna and Child with Two Bishop Saints (Fig. 3), Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore, 174
Lorenzetti, Pietro, follower of. Flagellation and Way to Calvary (Fig. 9), Pinacoteca, Borgo San Sepolcro, 180; Madonna and Child with Saint Anne (Fig. 23), Cuna, 190
Luca di Tommè, shop of: Catherine of Alexandria (Pl. 59-4), Pinacoteca Nazionale, Siena, 159; Christ Blessing (Pl. 54), North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, 153; Crucifix (Pl. 58-1 to 58-2), Oratoria del Crocifisso, Roccalbegna, 157; Isaiah (Pl. 59-3), Pinacoteca Nazionale, Siena, 159; John the Baptist (Pl. 59-2), Pinacoteca Nazionale, Siena, 158; Madonna and Child (Pl. 64), location unknown, 165; Madonna and Child (Pl. 56), Pieve di San Giovanni Battista, Pernina, 155; Madonna and Child (Pl. 62), SS. Trinitè e Mustiola, Abbazia di Torri, Sovicille, 162; Madonna and Child; in the tondo, Christ Blessing (Pl. 57), Chiese della Compagnia del Corpus Domini, Rapolano, 156; Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints Galganus and Ansanus (Pl. 55), Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, 154; with Niccolè di Ser Sozzo, Madonna and Child with Saints Francis and Catherine (Pl. 67- 1), location unknown, 167; Madonna and Child, Saintsjames and Andrew; in the pinnacle, Annunciation (Pls. 63-1-63-2), Cappella dei SS. Filippo e Giocomo alle Segalaie, Villa Budini Gattai, Sovicille, 163- 64; Madonna and Child with Saints Peter and Paul; surmounted by Christ as the Man of Sorrows (PI-51), private collection, Florence, 150; Patriarch Jacob (Pl. 59-1), Pinacoteca Nazionale, Siena, 158; Saint Catherine (Pl. 61-2), private collection, 161; Saint Anthony Abbot (Pl. 60), Mt. Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, Mass., 160; Saint Francis (Pl. 61-1), private collection, 161; Saint John the Baptist; in the spandrels, Elias and David (Pl. 52), J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, Calif, 151; Saint Peter (Pl. 65), location unknown, 165; Saint Peter (Pl. 66), location unknown, 166; Two Apostles; in the tondo, An Angel (Pl. 53), Fondazione Roberto Longhi, Florence, 152

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter I the Early Works (1356-1361) 6
  • Chapter II Niccolò Di Ser Sozzo and Luca (1362-1365) 16
  • Chapter III the Major Phase (1366-1373) 31
  • Chapter IV the Later Works (1374-Ca. 1390) 44
  • Catalogue 52
  • Documents 191
  • Bibliography 205
  • Photographic Credits 214
  • Index of Illustrations 215
  • Index 217
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