The Life and Works of Vittorio Carpaccio

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
PHOTOGRAVURE PLATES
THE PRESENTATION OF THE INFANT CHRIST IN THE TEMPLE, ALTARPIECE PAINTED FOR THE CHURCH OF S. GIOBBE. Venice AcademyFrontispiece
FACING PAGE
THE DISMISSAL OF THE AMBASSADORS OF THE KING OF ENGLAND. Venice Academy88
S. JEROME IN HIS STUDY. S. Giorgio degli Schiavoni126
THE BIRTH OF THE VIRGIN. Galleria Lochis, Accademia Carrara, Bergamo168
S. STEPHEN DISPUTING WITH THE DOCTORS. Brera Gallery, Milan186
S. GEORGE AND THE DRAGON. S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice200
S. VITALIS. S. Vitale, Venice211
THE BURIAL OF CHRIST. Kaiser Friedrich Museum, Berlin218
HALF-TONE PLATES
NO.
1. THE ADORATION OF THE MAGI. By VITTORE PISANELLO. In the Royal Museum, Berlin2
2. FRESCO IN THE CHURCH OF S. ANASTASIA AT VERONA. By VITTORE PISANELLO2
3. THE ADORATION OF THE MAGI. By GENTILE DA FABRIANO. In the Academy, Florence2
4. THE ADORATION OF THE MAGI. By ANTONIO DA MURANO. In the Royal Gallery, Berlin2
5. PIETÀ. By LAZZARO BASTIANI. In the Church of S. Antonio, Venice13
6. THE CRUCIFIXION. Fresco (now destroyed) by JACOPO BELLINI. In the Archbishop's Palace, Verona (From a Print in the Museo Civico, Venice) 2
7. THE MARRIAGE OF THE VIRGIN. School of JACOPO BELLINI4
8. THE CORONATION OF THE VIRGIN, with S. BENEDICT AND S. URSULA. By LAZZARO BASTIANI. In the Galleria Lochis, Bergamo4
9. VIRGIN AND CHILD WITH THE DONOR, S. JOHN THE BAPTIST, etc. By LAZZARO BASTIANI. From the Church of S. Donato, Murano11
10. VIRGIN AND CHILD. By GENTILE BELLINI. In Mr. Ludwig Mond's Collection, London11
11. S. SERGIUS. By LAZZARO BASTIANI. Mosaic in S. Mark's, Venice8
12. S. THECLA. By VINCENZO BASTIANI. Mosaic in S. Mark's, Venice8
13. From a Woodcut in "THE TRIUMPH OF FORTUNE." By SIGISMONDO FANTI8
14. A MIRACLE OF THE HOLY CROSS. By LAZZARO BASTIANI. In the Academy, Venice11
15. STA. VENERANDA ENTHRONED AND OTHER SAINTS. By LAZZARO BASTIANI. In the Academy, Vienna8
16. S. ANTHONY OF PADUA, S. BONAVENTURA, AND S. LEO. By LAZZARO BASTIANI. In the Academy, Venice10
17. THE LAST COMMUNION OF S. JEROME. By LAZZARO BASTIANI. In the Imperial Museum, Vienna10

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