Pictures

Nota bene: Most of the pictures listed are actually at other sites. Sometimes the links between here and there will be down, other times they may be slow.
These artists are provided courtesy of Nicholas Pioch and his wonderful collection at the Louvre. Click here to visit the home page for the Louvre.

Botticelli
Duerer
da Vinci
Michelangelo
Tres Riches Heures of the Duke of Berry
The Smithsonian's Vatican Exhibit

Some photos of Roman and Greek architecture


Here are some pictures that are kept locally. They are in no sort of order at the moment, but I'll group them by and by.

David, c. 1408-1412 (9k)
Donatello. Marble. Bargello, Florence.
St. George, 1415-1417 (11k)
Donatello. Marble. Bargello, Florence.
David, c. 1435 (9k)
Donatello. Bronze. Bargello, Florence.
same as above (47k)
This is a larger and better-quality picture
Gattamelata (Erasmo Narni), 1447-1453 (6k)
Donatello. Bronze with marble base. Piazza del Santo, Padua.
Bartolommeo Colleone, c. 1479 (8k)
Andrea del Verrocchio. Bronze. Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Venice.
Pieta, 1498-1499 (21k)
Michelangeo. Marble. St. Peter's, Rome.
Tomb of the Cardinal of Portugal, 1461-1466 (67k)
Antonio and Barnardo Rossellino. Marble. San Miniato al Monte, Florence.
Perseus, 1545-1554 (6k)
Cellini. Bronze. Loggia dei Lanzi, Florence.
Santo Spirito, Nave, c. 1445 (11k)
Brunelleschi. Florence.
Medici Chapel, 1520-1534 (34k)
Michelangelo. San Lorenzo. Florence.
Nave of San Lorenzo (43k)
Pieta, 1515 (20k)
Fra Bartolommeo. Oil on wood. Pitti Palace, Florence.
Madonna and Saints, 1457-1459 (60k)
Mantegna. Altarpiece. San Zeno, Verona.
Mona Lisa, c. 1500-1504 (17k)
Leonardo da Vinci. Oil on wood. Louvre, Paris.
Mass of Bolsena, c. 1512 (37k)
Raphael. Fresco. Stanza dell'Eliodoro, Vatican.
Sistine Chapel, ceiling 1508-1512 (69k)
Michelangelo painted the ceiling and the Last Judgment on one wall. Various other artists painted the other walls. Vatican.
Madonna, c. 1487 (63k)
Bellini. Oil on wood. Accademia, Venice.
Expulsion of Adam and Eve from Paradise, c. 1424-1428 (19k)
Masaccio. Fresco. Brancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence.
Trinity, 1425 (59k)
Masaccio. Fresco. Santa Maria Novella, Florence.
Fall of Man, c. 1424-1428 (23k)
Masolino. Fresco. Brancacci Chapel, Santa Maria del Carmine, Florence.
Mars and Venus, 1476-1478 (18k)
Botticelli. Tempera on wood. National Gallery, London.
Bronze panel from door of Baptistry, (79k)
Ghiberti. Bronze. Baptistry, Florence.
Baptistry, Florence (35k)
Photograph of the Baptistry in Florence.
Cosimo de' Medici (22k)
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Giovanni di Bicci de' Medici (18k)
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Piero de' Medici (21k)
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Savonarola (13k)
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Palace of the Podesta (97k)
Photograph. Florence.
The Signory (77k)
Photograph. Florence.
Illustration of death(128k)
From a Book of Hours, early 15th century.
Trial of St. James before Herod Agrippina (42k)
Mantegna
Hospital of the Innocents, Florence (29k)
Brunelleschi
Death comes to a printer's workshop (42k)
Woodcut, 1499
Waggon driven by Death (54k)
Woodcut, early 15th century
Coat of arms, Apothecaries Guild, (3k)
Florence
Coat of arms, Furriers Guild, (3k)
Florence
Coat of arms, Judges and Notaries Guild, (3k)
Florence
Coat of arms, Apothecaries Guild, (3k)
Florence
Coat of arms, Moneychangers Guild, (3k)
Florence
Coat of arms, Wool-weavers Guild, (3k)
Florence
Coat of arms, Calimala Guild, (3k)
Florence
Coat of arms of the Ghibellines, (6k)
Florence
Coat of arms of the Guelfs, (7k)
Florence. This became the coat of arms for the city itself.
Coat of arms of the Medici family, (10k)
Florence.
Sandro Boticelli, (3k)
A self-portrait from The Adoration of the Magi, 1475. Thanks to James Hurst for identifying this for me.
Antonio del Pollaiuolo, (14k)
A self-portrait from one of his paintings. Which one?
Raphael, (27k)
Raffaello Sanzio, a self-portrait, ca. 1500.
Paolo Uccello, (9k)
A self-portrait from one of his paintings. Which one?
The Campanile (22k)
begun by Giotto. Florence. 14th century.
The Neptune Fountain (46k)
Florence
The Ponte Vecchio (19k)
Florence
The Ponte alle Grazie (18k)
Florence
Chapel of the Princes (17k)
Florence
The Pappagalli Room (75k)
Palazzo Davanzati, Florence. 14th century. Pappagalli Room = The Room of the Parrots
The Duomo (97k)
Florence Cathedral. Drawing with cross-section of interior.
The Palazzo Davanzati (112k)
Davanzati Palace, Florence. Drawing with cross-section of interior.
The Medici Palace (244k)
Florence. Drawing with cross-section of interior.
The Certosa di Galluzzo (21k)
Convent, built by Medici, Tuscany.
Cafagiolo Villa (62k)
Medici villa, Tuscany
Roman Amphitheater (81k)
Near Fiesole, Tuscany
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