Christianity and the Renaissance: Image and Religious Imagination in the Quattrocento

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of Villa I Tatti; Dr. Giorgio Bonsanti, Director of the Museo di San Marco; Dr. Anna Lenzuni, Director of the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze; Dr. Anthony Janson, Curator of the European Art Collection at the Ringling Museum in Sarasota; Mr. A. C. Viebranz, Assistant Director of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; and Allys Palladino Craig, Director of the Florida State University Art Gallery.

TIMOTHY VERDON

The Florida State University

Department of Art History

JOHN HENDERSON

Wolfson College, Cambridge

MARIA LUISA GATTI PERER

Dipartimento di Studi Medioevali e Umanistici

Università Cattolica, Milano

MARIA GRAZIA CIARDI DUPRÉ DAL POGGETTO

Dipartimento di Studi sul Medioevo e Rinascimento

Università di Firenze


BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Papers given at the symposium, either in Florida or in Florence, and not published in this volume include Piero Morselli, "Immagini di cera votive in Sta. Maria delle Carceri di Prato nella prima metà del '500," in A. Morrogh, F. Superbi Gioffredi, P. Morselli, E. Borsook, eds., Renaissance Studies in Honor of Craig Hugh Smyth, 2 vols. ( Florence: Giunti Barbera, 1985), 2:327-40; John Henderson, "Society and Religion in Renaissance Florence," in Historical Journal 29 ( 1986): 213-25; Diane Cole Ahl , "Benozzo Gozzoli's Frescoes of the Life of St. Augustine in S. Gimignano: Their Meaning in Context," in Artibus et Historiae 13 ( VII) ( 1986): 35-53; Rona Goffen, "S. Giobbe and Altar Egos," in Artibus et Historiae 14 ( VII) ( 1986): 57-70; Charles Trinkaus, "Italian Humanism and Scholastic Theology," in Albert Rabil, ed., Renaissance Humanism: Foundation, Forms, and Legacy, 3 vols. ( Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1988), 3:327-48; and five articles in "Arte lombarda" 76/ 77 ( 1986): Patrizia Barbara, "Un'Adorazione quattrocentesca nella chiesamilanese di Sta. Maria Bianca in Casoretto,"

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