Luca di Tomme: A Sienese Fourteenth-Century Painter

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Index
Note: Primary references to illustrations are listed by title of work in the Index of Illustrations.Abbreviated names: Luca = Luca di Tommè; Niccolo = Niccolò di Ser Sozzo
Aaron detail ( Luca), 49, Pl. 47-5. See also Annunciation with Saints Francis, Nicholas of Bari, Thomas, and Matthew polyptych ( Luca)
Adoration of the Magi ( Bartolo di Fredi, 4
Adoration of the Magi ( Luca), in Lugano, 13, Cat. 6, Pl. 6
Adoration of the Magi detail ( Luca), in San Diego, 11, 12, Cat. 4, Pls. 4-1, 4-6
Altarpiece ( Luca), lost work (formerly Arezzo), 54, Cat. 68
Altarpiece for Calzolai guild ( Luca, with Bartolo di Fredi and Andrea di Bartolo), lost work, 51, 54, 193, Cat. 71, Docs. 25a-g
Altarpiece for Marco Bindi Gini ( Luca), lost work (formerly Siena), 51, 54, 194, Cat. 72, Doc. 28
Ambrosi, Pietro di Giovanni, 25-26
Amos ( Luca), 29, Cat. 17, Pl. 17-1
Angel (shop of Luca), 26, Cat. 53, Pl. 53
Angel detail ( Luca), 31, Pl. 15-4. See also Assumption of the Virgin ( Luca)
Angel Gabriel ( Luca, in Paris, 37-38, Cat. 26, Pl. 26-1
Angel Gabriel detail ( Luca), in San Diego, 11, 12, Cat. 4, Pls. 4-1, 4-3
Angels detail ( Luca), 28, Pl. 15-5. See also Assumption of the Virgin ( Luca)
Annaselbdritt imagery, 35-36
Annunciation (shop of Ducclo), 13, Fig. 7
Annunciation (shop of Luca), 42, Cat. 63, Pl. 63-1
Annunciation detail ( Luca), 49. Pl. 47-2. See also Annunciation with Saints Francis, Nicholas of Bari, Thomas, and Matthew polyptych ( Luca)
Annunciation with Saints Francis, Nicholas of Bari, Thomas, and Matthew polyptych ( Luca), 49, 50, Cat. 47, Pls. 47-1-47-7
Assumption imagery, 27-28
Assumption of the Virgin ( Duccio?), 27, Fig. 15
Assumption of the Virgin ( Luca), 1-2, 12n.23, 26-27, 28-29, 30, 31, 33, Cat. 15, Pls. 15-1-15-5; attribution of, 52, 53
Assumption of the Virgin ( Niccolò, in Caleffo dell'Assunta, 16-17, 21, 27, Fig. 10
Assumption of the Virgin with Saints Thomas, Benedict, Catherine of Alexandria, and Bartholomew ( Niccolò), 17, 20, 25, 28, Fig. 11
Attributions, problems in, xi
Bacci, Pèleo: archival study on Luca, xi, 191
Bartolo, Andrea di, 4, 51, 193, Docs. 25a-g
Beheading of Saint Paul ( Luca), 45, 46, 53, Cat. 42, Pl. 42
Berenson, Bernard, xi, 21, 52, 53
Birth of the Virgin ( Paolo di Giovanni Fei), 5
Birth of the Virgin ( Pietro Lorenzetti), 8
Brandi, Cesare, xi, 18, 19, 34, 53
Brunelleschi, 6
Bulgarini, Bartolommeo, 192
Buonaguida, Pacino di, 32, 34
Caleffo dell'Assunta, 16-17, 21, 27
Cappellucci (Company of the Hat), 41, 44-45, 193, Docs. 18a, 18b
Carmel, Judith, 18n. 13
Catherine of Alexandria (shop of Luca), 29, 37, Cat. .59, Pl. 59-4
Christ as the Man of Sorrows (shop of Luca), 14, Cat. 51, Pl. 51
Christ Blessing ( Luca, 1367), 35, Cat. 23, Pls. 23-1, 23-2
Christ Blessing ( luca), 44, Cat. 39, Pl. 39-1. See also Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints John the Baptist, Peter, Paul, and Apollinaris polyptych ( Luca)
Christ Blessing (shop of Luca), in Raleigh, 26, Cat. 54, Pl. 54
Christ Blessing (shop of Luca), in Rapolano, 42, Cat. 57, Pl. 57
Christ Blessing (shop of Pacino di Bonaguida), 32, Fig. 18
Christ Blessing and Two Angels, the Angel Gabriel, Saints Paul and Bartholomew, and the Virgin Annunciate ( Luca), 50. Cat.49, Pl.49
Conversion of Saint Paul ( Luca), 45, 46, 53, Cat.40, Pl.40
Coronation of the Virgin ( Bartolo di Fredi, 4
Coronation of the Virgin (shop of DucCio), 13, Fig. 7
Crucified Christ processional crucifix ( Luca), 9, 10-11, Cat. 3, Pls. 3-1, 3-2
Crucifix (shop of Luca), 34, Cat.58, Pls. 58-1, 58-2
Crucifixion ( Luca), in Altenburg, 9- 10, 11, 22, 33, Cat. 2, Pl. 2
Crucifixion ( Luca), in London, 34, Cat. 21, Pl. 21
Crucifixion ( Luca), in Pisa: 2, 7, 19, 30, 31, 33, 46, Cat. 19, Pls. 19-1-19- 3; attribution of, 52, Doc. 8
Crucifixion ( Luca), in Rome, 18-19, 21, 23, 49, Cat. 12, Pl. 12. See also Saint Thomas alterpiece ( Niccolò and Luca)
Crucifixion ( Luca), in San Francisco, 1, 13-14, 22, 46. Cat. 7, Pl. 7
Crucifixion ( Pietro Lorenzetti), in Cortona, 10-11, Figs. 6-1-6-3
Crucifixion ( Pietro Lorenzetti), in Siena, 7-8, 11, 14, Figs. 2-1, 2-2
Crucifixion (shop of Duccio), 13, Fig. 7
Crucifixion detail (Luca), 34, Pl. 20-4. See also Saint Francis, the Virgin, Crucifixion, Saint John, and Saint Dominic predella panel ( Luca)
Crucifixion imagery, 9, 10
Crucifixion processional banner ( Luca), 14, 53, Cat.8, Pl. 8

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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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