The Italian Presence in American Art, 1860-1920

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List of Illustrations
1. Walter Crane, The Renaissance of Venus / 2
2. Aubrey Beardsley, Sandro Botticelli / 3
3. Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus / 4
4Sandro Botticelli, Madonna of the Eucharist / 5
5. Sandro Botticelli, Tragedy of Lucretia / 9
6. Follower of Bellini, Christ Bearing the Cross / 12
7. Giotto di Bordone, The Presentation of the Infant Jesus in the Temple / 13
8. Sandro Botticelli, Noli Me Tangere / 14
9. Sandro Botticelli, Last Moments of the Magdalene / 14
10. Titian, Filippo Archinto / 15
11. Raphael, Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints / 17
12. West Room of The Pierpont Morgan Library / 18
13. Frederic Edwin Church, Design / 24
14. Frederic Edwin Church, Old Bridge at Ponte Grande / 26
15. The Column of Phocas / 27
16. Frederic Edwin Church, Cloud Formation, Rome / 29
17. Frederic Edwin Church, Alpine Castle and Lake / 30
18. Frederic Edwin Church, Erupting Volcano and Lake / 31
19. Frederic Edwin Church, Mediterranean Castle / 39
20. Frederic Edwin Church, Syria by the Sea / 33
21. Frederic Edwin Church, Sunrise in Syria / 34
22. Frederic Edwin Church, Composition, Mexico / 36
23. Frederic Edwin Church, Composition, Italy / 37
24. Frederic Edwin Church, Near Cuernavaca, Mexico / 38
25. George Inness, View of Genzano / 46
26. George Inness, A Bit of the Roman Aqueduct / 48
27. George Inness, St. Peter's, Rome / 49
28. George Inness, The Lackawanna Valley / 50
29. George Inness, Lake Albano / 51
30. George Inness, Rome, The Appian Way / 52
31. Thomas Cole, The Arch of Nero / 53
32. George Inness, The Tiber Below Perugia / 54
33. George Inness, The Olives / 55
34. George Inness, Lake Nemi / 56
35. George Inness, The Monk / 57
36. George Inness, Roman Campagna / 58
37. George Inness, Pine Grove of the Barberini Villa, Albano / 59
38. John Henry Twachtman, View of Venice / 64
39. John Henry Twachtman, View of Venice / 65
40. John Henry Twachtman, View of Venice / 66
41. John Henry Twachtman, Ship and Dock / 68
42. John Henry Twachtman, Venice Landscape / 69
43. John Henry Twachtman, Woman on the Quai / 70
44. John Henry Twachtman, Venetian Sailing Vessel / 71
45. Le Bassin de Saint-Marc de S. Biagio / 72
46. John Henry Twachtman, View of Venice / 73
47. John Henry Twachtman, The Lagoon, Venice / 77
48. View of Rotunda of the U. S. Capitol, looking toward the East door / 82
49. Constantino Brumidi, Study for the Apotheosis of George Washington / 85
50. Reconstruction of Constantino Brumidi's Program for the Rotunda of the U. S. Capitol, Chart A / 88
51. Reconstruction of Constantino Brumidi's Program for the Rotunda of the U. S. Capitol, Chart B / 88

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