A Short History of Italian Painting

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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
Is both text and Lists the principal public museum is mentioned by the name of the city alone -- as Paris = Louvre; London = National Gallery. For other abbreviations see below.The following galleries are often mentioned in the text without the town: Pitti ( Florence); Uffizi ( Florence); Borghese Rome); Doria ( Rome); Brera ( Milan); Ambrosiana ( Milan); yard Collection ( Venice).The name of an author in brackets after the title of a picture indicates him as assigning the picture to the artist named. Where but one book by an author is mentioned in our list, the name of the author only is referred to in the text.Unless otherwise specified, C. and C. references are to Douglas ed., Murray, 1903-1911.Unless otherwise specified, Vasari references are to Milanesi ed., Sansoni.Editions of Morelli used are Vols. I & II, Eng. ed., Ffoulkes translation, 1907, Vol. III, German ed., 1893.
ABBREVIATIONS
Ant. = Antonio.
Art. = Article.
B.B. -- Bernhard Berenson.
B.B., Cent. It. = Central Italian Painters of the Renaissance.
B.B., N. It.=North Italian Painters of the Renaissance.
B.B., Flor. = Florentine Painters of the Renaissance, etc., etc.
B.B., Study and Crit. = The Study and Criticism of Italian Art.
Bell. = Bellini.
Bib. Nat. = Bibliothèque Nationale.
Bode, Cic. = Bode's edition of Burchardt's Cicerone.
Boll. = Bolletino.
Brit. Mus. = British Museum.

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