Artibus et historiae - An art anthologie - n°83, 2021


Marilyn Aronberg Lavin, Giotto - Piero della Francesca - Cavallini: Conceptual Connections

Philippe Junod, De l’éternité au temps. Note sur les Annonciations au sablier

Frank Zöllner, Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi, its Pictorial Tradition and its Context as a Devotional Image

Mauro Lucco, Two New Panels by Giovanni Bellini and the Discovery of a Hitherto Unknown Polyptych

Beverly Louise Brown, Who Let the Dogs Out: Jacopo Bassano, Naturalism and Prints

Stefania Mason, Al fonte battesimale: Palma il Giovane, tra affetti di famiglia e mestiere del pittore

Catherine R. Puglisi, ‘Bisognare pensarvi un’anno intero’: Guido Reni’s Second Manner and ‘Bianchezza’

Alexander Kusztyk, Nicolas Poussin’s Hunt of Meleager and Atalanta and the Spanish Court of King Philip IV

Andrzej Rottermund, An Artist’s Prestige: Bernardo Bellotto Between Dresden and Warsaw

William L. Barcham, The Issue of Copies: Three Drawings by Giannantonio Guardi in New York

David Ekserdjian, What’s in a Name? Emulation and the Hazards of Attribution

Deborah Howard, Architectural Encounters: Ottoman-Inspired Typologies in Europe as Liminal Social Space

Arthur K. Wheelock, In Pursuit of Masterpieces: The National Gallery of Art’s Acquisitions from The Prince of Liechtenstein

Liana De Girolami Cheney, Edward Burne-Jones’s The Legend of the Briar Rose: A poema d’arte about Mysterious Dormancy

Tadeusz J. Zuchowski, Caspar David Friedrichs Bilder mit den so genannten Chasseurs

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