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Imagining Sisyphus happy. Potter, Polyxeni Cover story May 1, 2013 1514
Dimenticami. Stabile, Susan M. Essay Jan 1, 2011 6512
Abundant harvest and fishing for trouble. Potter, Polyxeni Dec 1, 2010 1460
MEAMAR. Sep 1, 2010 647
Michelangelos lost and found: it may seem extraordinary that works by an artist as famous as Michelangelo should reappear after vanishing for centuries but no fewer than three claimed to be by him will be going on public view this year. Hall, Michael Jul 1, 2009 646
The bride's jewellery: Lorenzo Lotto's wedding portrait of Marsilio & Faustina Cassotti: the significance of virtue, fertility and a healthy dowry in 16th-century north Italian society can all be read in the symbolism of a wedding portrait by Lorenzo Lotto. Brown, Beverly Louise Jan 1, 2009 5782
Drawings in Dresden: more newly identified works by Italian masters: Carmen Bambach concludes her publication of new discoveries in the Kupferstich-Kabinett Dresden with drawings by artists of the cinquecento and early seicento. Bambach, Carmen Critical essay Apr 1, 2008 5981
Lesser gods: Pontormo and Medici Astrology: concluding his article on Pontormo and the Medici, Larry J. Feinberg discusses a recently discovered drawing by the artist. Perhaps a study for a tapestry border or a decorative surround of a fresco, it may relate to the horoscope of Francesco de Medici. Feinberg, Larry J. Feb 1, 2007 1541
Over Michelangelo's shoulder: Andrew Hopkins visits a tightly focused exhibition, now in Florence, that illuminatingly explores Michelangelo's mind at work in his architectural drawings. Hopkins, Andrew Feb 1, 2007 1058
Canaletto's views of England: for centuries England needed immigrant artists to bolster native talent, but this was no longer true when Canaletto visited. Hugh Belsey visits the Yale Center for British Art's exhibition of the work that Canaletto made in London. Belsey, Hugh Dec 1, 2006 810
Reni restored and reinstated. Spanier, Samson Brief article Apr 1, 2006 165
A fossilised stylist or admirably eclectic? Marco Palmezzano is usually dismissed as a conservative painter shaped by the many artistic influences in his native Forli in the fifteenth century. Tom Henry visits an exhibition there that reveals an unexpectedly individual and intriguing artist. Henry, Tom Mar 1, 2006 895
God creates eve: a newly discovered drawing by Taddeo Zuccaro this magnificent study of God is almost certainly a fragment of a drawing by Taddeo Zuccaro for the famous fresco of God Creating Eve in the Villa Farnese at Caprarola. Muenzen, Gregory Mar 1, 2006 2246
Angelic but the devil is in the details: the Metropolitan Museum's Fra Angelico exhibition poses key questions about the painter--but, says James Beck, the answers are based on a very shaky chronology. Beck, James Jan 1, 2006 1397
Dante Gabriel Rossetti and the old masters. Ormond, Leonee Critical essay Jan 1, 2006 8721
Between Bocklin and Picasso: Giorgio de Chirico in Paris, 1909-1913. Rothman, Roger Critical essay Jan 1, 2006 7238
In the footsteps of Leonardo. Bambach, Carmen C. Jul 1, 2005 9146
Early renaissance man: Tristram Hunt finds inspiration for his study of civic consciousness in Tuscany and the lecture halls of Cambridge. Hunt, Tristram Jun 1, 2004 1602
Salvation. Beckett, Wendy Brief Article Dec 1, 2003 176
The minuet: painter-musicians in triple time. Rowland-Jones, Anthony Aug 1, 1998 7690

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