When authorities conflict, our own opinion is given only where it seems necessary to offer a working hypothesis. Matters in controversy seldom affect the main issues, and minor controversies are not in general referred to.A number of American examples have been added as available and interesting to American students.The figures in heavy type indicate the page where the subject referred to is treated at some length.
Note.--For sufficiently complete lists see those of Mr. Berenson (latest editions), which we place first for their combination of care, reliability, and accessibility to English readers, and those of Bode in the Cicerone ( German) and of the other authorities mentioned.
| Altichieri, Altichiero. Of Verona, c. 1330-1395.|
PADUA. SANTO, S. FELICE CHAPEL: Frescoes. CHAPEL OF S GIORGIO, near the Santo: Calvary, S. George, frescoes, begun 1377. VERONA. S. ANASTASIA: Knights of the Cavalli Family Presented to Enthroned Virgin by their Patron Saints, after 1490. S. FERMO: Calvary? Ascribed to Turone by C. and C.76, 78,175and n. 3, 182.
|Alunno.See Niccolo da Foligno.|
|" Alunno di Domenico" ( Bartolommeo di Giovanni). Florentine, --?-1494. Follower of Domenico Ghirlandaio.|
CARPI. SIGNOR PIETRO FORESTI : Madonna, two SS., and Donors, signed 1486 ( Vent., see p. 138n.2). FLORENCE. ACADEMY: S. Jerome, attrib. by. B. B. PARIS. M. JOSEPH SPIRIDON: Story of Nastagio degli Onesti, 1483. ROME. COLONNA: Rape of the Sabine Women, Romans and Sabines. 138.
| Albertinelli, Mariotto. Florentine, 1474-1515.|
FLORENCE. ACADEMY: Annuciation, 1510. UFFIZI: Visitation.
MILAN. POLDI-PEZZOLI: Triptych, 1500. PARIS: Madonna and SS.