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Simone Martini

Annunciation

panel

1333

Original location: Siena Cathedral, chapel of S. Ansano (part of program of narrative polyptychs)

City State of Siena

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Giotto

Scenes from the lives of the Virgin and Christ.

Fresco,

c. 1303-9.

Location: Arena Chapel, Padua.

Commissioner: Enrico Scrovegni

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Ambrogio Lorenzetti

Allegory of Good Government

Fresco

1338-39.

Location: Sala de nove, Palazzo Pubblico, Siena. (part of series)

Commissioner: city state or commune.

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Ambrogio Lorenzetti

Effects of Good Government in the City

Fresco

1338-39.

Location: Sala de nove, Palazzo Pubblico, Siena. (part of series)

Commissioner: city state or commune.

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Ambrogio Lorenzetti

Effects of Good Government in the Country

Fresco

1338-39.

Location: Sala de nove, Palazzo Pubblico, Siena. (part of series)

Commissioner: city state or commune.

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Brunelleschi

Santo. Spirito, Florence. (Ground plan and interior)

Designed mid 1430s; built 1446 to late 15th century.

Patron: Augustinian monks.

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Donatello

St. Mark

Marble

1411-13.

Location: Orsanmichele, Florence.

Patron: guild of Linaiuoli (Linen Drapers)

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Donatello

David.

Bronze

c. 1440.

Location: Courtyard of Medici Palace.

Patron: Cosimo de Medici

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Masaccio

Trinity.

Fresco

c. 1428.

Location: Santa Maria Novella, Florence (fictive tomb chapel in side aisle)

Patron: Member of Lenzi family, standard-bearer of Florentine Republic, who died in 1426 and is buried in floor in front of fresco.

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Masaccio

Expulsion of Adam and Eve

Fresco

c. 1425.

Location: Brancacci Family Chapel, Santa Maria
del Carmine, Florence.

Patron: Probably Carmelite Monks using the funds donated by a member of the Brancacci family in the 14th century

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Leon Battista Alberti

Sant'Andrea, Mantua

begun 1470.

Patron: Marchese Lodovico Gonzaga

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Filippo Lippi

Annunciation.

Tempera on panel

c.1440.

Location: San Lorenzo, Florence.

Patron: Martelli family

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Domenico Veneziano

Virgin and child with Saints (St. Lucy Altarpiece)

Tempera on panel

c. 1445.

Location: High altar, Santa Lucia, Florence.

Patron: unknown

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Fra Angelico

Descent from the Cross

Tempera on panel

late 1430s [date differs from Hartt].

Location: Sacristy, Santa Trinita, Florence

Patron: Palla Strozzi

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Mantegna

Dead Christ (Lamentation)

Tempera on panel

After 1466.

Location: unknown (probably Gonzaga Palace, Mantua).

Patron: probably Lodovico Gonzaga

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Uccello

The Battle of San Romano

Tempera on panel

c. 1445

Location: Medici Palace

Patron: Medici Family

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Jan Van Eyck

Ghent Altarpiece

Oil on panel

1432

Location: Cathedral of St.Bavo, Ghent.

Patron: Jodocus Vyd, Ghent

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Master of Flemalle (Robert Campin?)

Annunciation (Merode altarpiece)

oil on panel

c.1425-26

Patron: Inghelbrechts, Mechelen

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Jan Van Eyck

Chancellor Rolin kneeling before the Virgin and child

Oil on panel

c. 1433-34

Location: Notre Dame, Autun

Patron: Chancellor Rolin

(Not an altarpiece)

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Rogier van der Weyden

Descent from the Cross

Oil on panel

c.1435

Location: Church of Notre Dame, Louvain.

Patron: Crossbowmen's Guild, Louvain.

(Probably the central panel of a triptych; figures include St. Joseph of Arimethea and St. Nicodemus)

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Jan Van Eyck

Portraits of Giovanni Arnolfini and his wife.

Oil on panel

1434.

Commissioned by Giovanni, a Florentine silk merchant living in Bruges.

Location unknown but probably Arnolfini's house

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Botticelli

Birth of Venus.

Tempera on canvas

after 1482.

Patron: Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco del Medici.

Location: Lorenzo's country villa

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Pollaiuolo

Hercules and Antaeus

Bronze

1470s

Location: Medici Palace, Florence.

Patron: Medici family

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Piero della Francesca

Portraits of Federigo da Montefeltro and Battista Sforza.

Tempera and oil on panel

mid 1470s

Patron: Duke Federigo.

Location: Federigo's palace in Urbino.

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Mantegna

Camera degli Sposi (Painted Room).

Frescoes

1465-74

Patron: Marchese Lodovico Gonzaga.

Location: Lodovico's room in his Castle, Mantua

 

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Castagno

Last Supper.

Fresco

c. 1445-50

Location: Refectory, Convent of S.Appollonia, Florence.

Patrons: Benedictine nuns

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Leonardo da Vinci

Last Supper.

Fresco

1495-98

Patron: Lodovico Sforza, Duke of Milan.

Location: Refectory, Domenican Monastery of S. Maria delle Grazie, Milan

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Leonardo da Vinci

Battle of Anghiari.

Fresco

1503-6

Location: Palazzo Vecchio, Florence (Town Hall).

Patron: Government of Florence.
Destroyed in 16th century, and studied in 17th century copy by Rubens.

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Leonardo da Vinci

Virgin and Child with St. Anne.

Panel

c. 1501-13.

Patron and intended location unknown

(Altarpiece)

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Leonardo da Vinci

Portrait of Lisa Gherardini. known as Mona Lisa.

Oil on Panel

1503-6

Patron: her husband, Francesco del Giocondo

Original intended location: His Palace, but painting remained with artist

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Michelangelo

David.

Marble

1501-4

Intended location: tribune, Cathedral, Florence.

Eventual location: in front of Palazzo Vecchio (Town Hall), Florence

Patron: Opera del Duomo (Cathedral Overseers)

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Michelangelo

Crossed leg Slave

Marble

1527-28. Unfinished.

Location: for the Papal Tomb of Julius II.

Patron: Della Rovere family.

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Ghirlandaio

Birth of the Virgin.

Fresco

1485-90.

Location: choir, S. Maria Novella, Florence.

Patron: Giovanni Tornabuoni

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Perugino (Raphael's Master) 

Donation of Keys to St. Peter

Fresco

1481

Location: One of a mural cycle with scenes from the Lives of Christ and Moses, Sistine Chapel, Vatican

Patron: Pope Sixtus IV

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Michelangelo

Vault of the Sistine Chapel

Frescoes

1508-12

Location:Commissioned by Pope Julius II for the Sistine Chapel, Vatican Palace, Rome, that had been built by his uncle, Pope Sixtus IV in the 1470s.

(See detail images)

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Raphael

Disputa (Theology)

Frescoes

1509-11.

Location: Stanza della Segnatura (Papal Library), Vatican Palace, Rome.

Patron: Pope Julius II

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Raphael

School of Athens (Philosophy)

Frescoes

1509-11

Location: Stanza della Segnatura (Papal Library), Vatican Palace, Rome.

Patron: Pope Julius II

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Raphael

Sistine Madonna.

Oil on canvas (altarpiece)

1513

Location: S. Sisto, Piacenza.

Patron: Pope Julius II

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Raphael

Galatea.

Fresco (villa decoration)

c. 1513

Location: Villa Farnesina, Rome

Patron: Agostino Chigi, Pope's Banker

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Raphael

Portrait of Pope Leo X del Medici with his nephews. Cardinals Giulio de Medici and Luigi de Rossi.

Panel

c. 1517.

Location: unknown (either Vatican Palace or Medici Palace)

Patron: Pope Leo X