Luca di Tomme: A Sienese Fourteenth-Century Painter

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Photographic Credits

The author and publisher wish to thank the follow- ing agencies, individuals, and institutions for kindly permitting us to reproduce the photographic materials in this book:

Artini, Florence, Pls. 8, 19-1-19-3, 32-3-32-4, 39-1-39-4, 41-3--41-4, and 50; Fototeca Berenson, Settignano, Pls. 21, 23-2, 29, 31-1--31-2, 43, 65, and Figs. 13 and 15; Frick Art Reference Library, New York, Pls. 3-1-3-2, 35, 62, 63-1-63-2, 66, and Fig. 9; Grassi, Siena, Pls. 13-4-13-5, 51, and Figs. 1-1-1-2, 2-1-2-2, 7, and 23; Samuel H. Kress Collection, New York, Pls. 7, 37, 40, 54; Reali, Florence, Pls. 17-1-17-4, 46, 67-2, and Fig. 45; Soprintendenza alle Gallerie, Florence, Pls. 47-1-47-7 and 48-2-49, and Figs. 4-6-3 and 21; Soprintendenza per i beni artistici e storici per le province di Siena e Grosseto, Siena, Pls. 10, 13-1, 18, 22-1--22-2, 30-2--30-3, 32-1, 36, 38, 41-1--41-2, 48-1, 58-1--58-2, 59-1--59-4, 56, and 57; Yale University Art Gallery, Pls. 15-1-15-5, 20-1--20-5, and 55; Alinari, Florence, Pls. 13-6, 27, and 44; Anderson, Rome, 'Figs. 10--11; Art Museum, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, Fig. 22; Brogi, Florence, P1. 53; Christian Museum, Esztergom, Hungary, P1. 42; Cooper, London, P1. 52; De Benedictis ( La pittura senese 1330--1370), P1.67-1; Deutsche Fotothek, Dresden, P1.2; Fehm, Figs. 61-1-61-2; Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, P1. 34; Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Pls. 4-2-4-9 and Fig. 19; Free Library, Philadelphia, fig. 20; Gabinetto Fotografico Nazionale, Rome, Pls. 24-1-24-3 and 27; von Hirsch Collection (formerly), P1. 6; Ideal Studios, Edinburgh, Pls. II- 2--II-5; Instituut voor Kunstgeschiedenis, Groningen, Fig. 17; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Pls. 1 and 33; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, P1. 14; Mostra del Restauro ( 1972), Pisa, P1. 28; Mostra Mercato Internazionale dell'Antiquariato ( 1969), Florence, P1. 64; Mt. Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, Massachusetts, P1. 60; Museo Vaticano, P1. 12; National Trust, Polesden-Lacey, Surrey, P1. 18; Passerini, Siena, Pls. 13- 2-13-3 and 22-3-22-5; Perotti, Milan, Fig. 12; Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, Fig. 18; Rheinisches Bildarchiv, Cologne, P1. 23-1; Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, P1. 5; Rijksmuseum Het Catharijneconvent, Utrecht, P1. 16; Soprintendenza per i beni artistici e storici, Naples, Fig. 16; Steinkopf, Berlin, Figs. 8-9; Thomas, Oxford, Pls. 25-1-25-4. Timken Art Gallery, San Diego, P1. 4-1; Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore, Fig. 3; Welker Collection (formerly), Eastbourne, Sussex, P1. 45; Zeri, Rome, Pls. 26-1-26-2.

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Table of contents

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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