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Blue Guide Florence

10th ed. (2011) pp408
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"With this book in your hands Florence is at your feet" The Good Book Guide

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Blue Guide Tuscany

5th ed. (2009) pp640
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Blue Guide Central Italy

1st ed. (2008) pp736
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Blue Guide Italy Food Companion

1st ed. (2011) pp200
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Blue Guide Concise Italy

1st ed. (2009) pp424
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INDEXES

To give a feel for the depth of information available in our books, we reproduce here in full the indexes of some of our Blue Guides.

Explanatory or more detailed references (where there are many), or references to places where an artist’s work is best represented, are given in bold. Numbers in italics are picture references. Dates are given for all artists, architects and sculptors. Many artists also have entries in the glossary.

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A

Abbati, Giuseppe (1830–68) 247, 248, 249

Accademia delle Arti del Disegno 101, 176

Accademia di Belle Arti 164, 165

Accademia del Cimento 134, 262

Acton, Sir Harold 250, 321, 340

Acuto, Giovanni (see Hawkwood)

Ademollo, Carlo (1824–1911, grandson of

Luigi) 248

Ademollo, Luigi (1764–1849) 224, 236, 328

Agati, organmakers 328

Agostino di Duccio (1418–81) 91

Alberti family 206–07, 220

Alberti, Leon Battista (1404–72) 23, 175,

182, 207, 219, 220, 221; (monument to)

200; (portrait of) 277

Albertinelli, Mariotto (1474–1515) 126

Albizi family 13, 213, 227

Alexander VI, pope 34

Alfieri, Vittorio 283; (monument to) 17, 198

Algardi, Alessandro (1598–1654) 95

Alinari, photography museum 190

Allegri, Lorenzo 261

Allori, Alessandro (1535–1607, pupil of

Bronzino) 42, 112, 123, 155, 174, 175,

176, 186, 189, 205, 246, 272, 275, 294,

326, 328

Allori, Cristofano (father of Alessandro) 123

Allori, Cristofano (son of Alessandro,

1577–1621) 210, 238, 246

Ambrogio di Baldese (1352–1429) 75

Amici, Giovanni Battista 135

Ammannati, Bartolomeo (1511–92) 102;

(Appennino) 319; (Boboli Gardens) 258,

260, 265; (burial place of) 327; (Palazzo

Pitti) 231, 232, 233, 234, 244; (Ponte Santa

Trínita) 282–83; (other buildings by) 147,

228, 274, 327, 339; (other sculptural works

by) 34, 42, 85, 86, 88, 206, 238, 318; (attrib)

154, 342

Anderlini, Pietro (c. 1687–1755) 81, 328,

330, 331

Andersen, Hans Christian 104–05

Andrea del Castagno (c. 1420–57) 29, 56,

59, 131, 155, 175; (Last Supper) 154; (attrib)

301

Andrea del Sarto (1486–1530) 122, 127,

173, 174, 238, 241, 243, 334; (house of)

343; (Last Supper) 331, 332; (Madonna del

Sacco) 176

Andrea di Bonaiuto (Andrea da Firenze;

1343–77) 188; (attrib) 183

Andrea di Giusto (fl. 1424–50) 204, 326

Andreotti, Libero (1875–1933) 197; (tomb

of) 297

Angelico, Fra’ (Guido di Pietro; c. 1400–55)

27, 115, 156, 158, 159, 160, 162, 311,

330; (Annunciation) 160

Anghiari, battle of 41

Angiolini, Angiolo (early 19C) 342

Anglican church 266

Annigoni, Pietro (1910–88) 72, 146, 293;

(grave of) 297

Annunzio, Gabriele d’ 312

Anreiter von Zirnfeld, Carl Wendelin

(1702–47) 338

Antico (Pier Jacopo Alari-Bonacolsi; 1460–

1528) 94, 95

Antico Setificio Fiorentino 279

Antonello da Messina (c. 1430–79) 125

Antoninus, St 73, 75, 78, 156; (cell of) 161;

378 BLUE GUIDE FLORENCE

(reliquary bust) 79; (tomb of) 155

Antonio Veneziano (pupil of Taddeo Gaddi,

fl. late 14C) 156

Arcetri 322

Archivio di Stato 334

Archivio Storico del Comune di Firenze 334

Arlotto, priest 236, 325

Arno 8, 280, 280; (flood of) 21

Arnoldi, Alberto (d. 1377) 74

Arnolfo di Cambio (c. 1245–1302) 39, 51,

53, 67, 80, 93, 193

Arringatore 178

Arrotino 122

Art Nouveau Houses 338

Arte di Calimala (see Calimala)

Aspetti, Tiziano (1565–1607) 214

Attavante degli Attavanti (1452–c. 1525) 148

Aulenti, Gae (b. 1927) 191

B

Baburen, Dirck van (c 1595–1624) 73

Baccani, Gaetano (1792–1867) 75, 193,

334, 338

Baccio d’Agnolo (1462–1543) 47, 52, 154,

163, 170, 212, 217, 229, 270, 282, 297,

323, 328, 333, 340, 341; (attrib) 186, 282,

287

Baccio da Montelupo (1469–1535) 100, 145,

342; (attrib) 161

Bachiacca, Il (Antonio Ubertini; 1494–1557)

237, 264, 327; (portrait of) 204

Baciocchi, Elisa 17, 236, 286; (portrait of)

247

Badia Fiesolana 311–12

Badia Fiorentina 79–83

Baellieur, Cornelis de (17C) 244

Balatri, Andrea (17C) 311

Balatri, Giovanni Battista (1627–99) 330

Baldovinetti, Alesso (1425–99) 116, 155,

173, 203, 214, 225, 300; (attrib) 294

Balducci, Giovanni (Il Cosci; 1560–after

1631) 325, 330, 332

Balocchi, Vincenzo (1892–1975) 37, 191

Bandinelli, Baccio (1493–1560) 33, 34, 41,

57, 68, 69, 86, 87, 97, 129, 138, 152, 202,

234, 264, 265; (tomb of) 175

Bandini, Angelo Maria 308

Bandini, Giovanni (Giovanni dell’Opera,

pupil of Baccio Bandinelli, 1540–99) 68,

130, 186, 198, 340; (attrib) 309

Banking, Florence and 8, 24

Banti, Cristiano (1824–1904) 247

Baptistery 60–66, 63, 67

Barbiere, Alessandro (see Fei)

Barbieri, Vittorio (1678–c. 1743) 328

Barbino, Pietro 97, 265

Bardi family 8, 10, 289

Bardini, Stefano 290, 322

Bargello 73, 76, 84ff

Barocci, Federico (1526–1612) 128

Bartolini, Lorenzo (1777–1850) 109, 168,

200, 201, 239, 295; (burial place of) 176;

(studio of) 279

Bartolomeo di Giovanni (active 1488–1501)

172, 333

Bartolomeo, Fra’ (1475–1517) 126, 155,

159, 161, 163, 238, 241

Batoni, Pompeo (1708–87) 246

Bazzani, Cesare (1873–1939) 335

Beatrice, muse of Dante 76, 77

Beccafumi, Domenico (1485–1551) 206,

223, 237; (attrib) 206

Beccai, guild (headquarters of) 101; (tabernacle

of) 100

Beccaria, Cesare 84

Bellano, Bartolomeo and Bertoldo (late 15C;

pupils of Donatello) 144

Belli, Valerio (c. 1468–1546) 257

Bellini, Giovanni (c. 1433–1516) 124

Bellosguardo 323

Benci di Cione (d. 1388) 35, 89, 99

Benedetto da Maiano (1442–97) 39, 47, 55,

56, 57, 72, 74, 85, 95, 185, 194, 202, 215,

215, 217, 238, 282, 317; (attrib) 73, 161,

289, 306

Benedetto da Rovezzano (1474–1552) 80,

97, 282, 332, 333

Benvenuti, Pietro (1769–1844) 149, 236

Berardi, Piero (1904–89) 191, 338

Berenson, Bernard 21, 114, 275, 283, 314,

315

Bergognone (Ambrogio da Fossano; fl.

INDEX 379

1480–1522) 315

Bernini Gian Lorenzo (1598–1680) 95

Berruguete, Alonso (c. 1488–1561) 48

Berti, Antonio (1904–90) 199

Berti, Giorgio (19C) 288

Bertini, Giuseppe 171

Bertoldo di Giovanni (c. 1440–91; pupil of

Donatello) 90, 164, 230; (attrib) 138

Betti, Sigismondo (1696–c. 1777) 328

Bezzuoli, Giuseppe (1784–1855) 204, 247

Bianchi, Gaetano (1819–92) 194, 315, 320

Biblioteca del Consiglio Regionale 334

Biblioteca Laurenziana 31, 147–48

Biblioteca Magliabechiana 335

Biblioteca Marucelliana 215, 335

Biblioteca Nazionale 335

Biblioteca delle Oblate 335

Biblioteca Riccardiana 141

Bicci di Lorenzo (1373–1452, father of Neri

di Bicci) 215, 293, 294, 303, 326, 327,

336; (attrib) 329

Bigallo, Compagnia and Loggia del 73, 74

Bilivert, Giovanni (1576–1655) 200, 201,

222, 333

Bimbi, Bartolomeo (1648–1730) 140

Birth of Venus 117

Blagden, Isa 230, 323

Bloemen, Jan Frans van (1662–1749) 295

Boboli Gardens 258–65

Boccaccino, Boccaccio (c. 1465–1525) 125

Boccaccio, Giovanni 11, 77, 185, 302, 313,

314; (portraits of) 83, 188

Bodley, George Frederick (1827–1907) 325

Boldini, Giovanni (1842–1931) 247

Boltraffio, Giovanni Antonio (1466–1516)

125

Bonaiuti, Telemaco (1803–81) 344

Bonaparte, Charlotte, tomb of 201

Bonechi, Matteo (1672–c. 1750) 279, 285

Boniface VIII, pope 77

Boninsegni, Alfonso (1910–94) 147

Bonsignori, Stefano (16C) 48, 121, 132, 336

Borghini, Vincenzo (1515–80) 40, 41

Borgo degli Albizi 227

Borgo Pinti 187, 229–30

Borgo San Frediano 278

Borgo Santi Apostoli 281

Boschi, Fabrizio (c. 1550–1642) 222, 323

Boscoli, Andrea (c. 1560–1607) 225

Botanical Garden 163, 263

Botticelli, Sandro (Alessandro Filipepi; 1445–

1510) 27, 29, 34, 117, 118, 118, 119, 165,

172, 237, 284; (Birth of Venus) 117; (Pallas

and the Centaur) 118–19; (Primavera) 117;

(tomb of) 285; (attrib) 183

Botticini, Francesco (1446–97) (attrib) 161

Bouts, Dirk (d. 1475) 92

Bracciolini, Poggio 56, 187

Brancacci Chapel 26, 275, 275–77, 276

Bravo, Cecco (1616–56, pupil of Giovanni da

San Giovanni) 211, 254, 327

Brina, Francesco (c. 1540–86) 332

British Institute 218, 340

Brizzi, Emilio 283

Bronzino (Agnolo di Cosimo Tori; 1503–72)

42, 46, 48, 50, 82, 102, 123, 127, 145,

175, 186, 201, 204, 211, 241, 319; (Medici

portraits) 122; (self-portrait) 204

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 267–68; (tomb

of) 230

Browning, Robert 170, 230, 267, 278

Brueghel, Jan (1568–1625) 237

Brueghel, Peter the Younger (1564–1638;

brother of Jan) 223

Brunelleschi, Filippo (1377–1446) 28, 52,

105, 137, 186, 287, 329; (Crucifix) 186;

(Duomo dome) 53, 59, 71; (Pazzi Chapel)

202–03, 202; (portraits of) 54, 277; (S.

Lorenzo) 141, 142; (S. Spirito) 270;

(Spedale degli Innocenti) 171; (trial reliefs)

90, 91, 91; (tomb of) 58; (attrib) 100, 207,

231, 309

Bruni, Leonardo 12, 187, 199

Bruschi, Gaspero (fl. 1740) 338

Buggiano (Andrea Cavalcanti; 1412–62,

adopted son on Brunelleschi) 54, 144, 186

Bugiardini, Giuliano (1476–1555) 183, 333

Buglioni family 309

Buglioni, Benedetto (1461–1521) 80, 94;

(attrib) 284

Buglioni, Santi di Michele (1494–1576) 147,

176, 264; (attrib) 297

380 BLUE GUIDE FLORENCE

Buonarroti family 209, 312

Buonarroti, Lionardo 198, 210

Buonarroti, Michelangelo (see Michelangelo)

Buonarroti, Michelangelo the Younger 209,

261

Buonomini di San Martino, Compagnia 73,

78

Buontalenti, Bernardo (1531–1608) 39, 43,

109, 112, 130, 148, 186, 213, 254, 257,

258, 265, 271, 293, 301, 312, 317, 326,

334, 336, 339, 341; (Tribuna) 121; (attrib)

229

Burckhardt, Jacob 7

Buti, Lodovico (c. 1560–1603) 311

Butteri, Giovanni Maria (1540–1606) (attrib)

326

Byron, Lord 121

C

Caccini, Giovanni Battista (1559/62–1613)

112, 173, 213, 215, 228, 262, 270, 282,

311; (attrib) 329

Cacialli, Giuseppe (1770–1828) 230, 236,

238

Cacioli, Giovanni Francesco, organmakers

285

Cagli, Corrado (1910–76) 336

Calcagni, Tiberio (1532–65) 31, 68, 86

Calimala, guild 10, 36, 61, 69, 98, 299;

(derivation of name) 102; (tabernacle of) 99

Callot, Jacques (c. 1592–1635) 337

Calza, Convitto della 325

Cambi, Ulisse (1807–95) 202

Camillani, Camillo (fl. 1574–99) 330

Campanile 60

Campigli, Massimo (1895–1971) 336

Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio Canal (1697–

1768) 129

Canova, Antonio (1757–1822) 17, 198, 228,

247; (Venus Italica) 242, 243

Cantagalli, Ulisse (late 19C) 326

Caparra (Niccolň Grosso; 15C–16C) 217

Capezzuoli, Giovanni Battista (fl. 1760–77)

263

Cappella del Santo Sepolcro 221

Cappello, Bianca 43, 267; (fresco of) 123

Capucci, Roberto 293

Caradosso (Cristoforo Foppa; c. 1452–c.

1526) 94

Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi; c.

1571–1610) 130, 238, 244, 342; (copies of

works by) 193

Cardinal of Portugal, chapel of 300

Carpaccio, Vittore (c. 1455–1526) (attrib)

124

Carrŕ, Carlo (1881–1966) 249, 336

Carracci, Annibale (1560–1609) 129

Carrand, Louis 92

Casa Buonarroti 208–11

Casa di Dante 78

Casa Guidi 267–68

Casa Martelli 222–23

Casa Morra 341

Casa Rodolfo Siviero 295

Casa Zuccari 343

Cascine, park of 286

Casina di Livia 164

Casino Mediceo 341

Casorati, Felice (1886–1963) 249, 336

Cassana, Niccolň (1659–1713) 241

Cassioli, Giuseppe (1865–1942) 199

Castagnola, Gabriele (1828–83) 248

Castagnoli, Giuseppe (1754–1832) 234

Castel di Poggio 315

Castello di Vincigliata 315

Castellucci, Giuseppe (1863–1939) 78, 308

Castiglione, Baldassare 150

Catani, Luigi (1762–1840) 229, 245

Cattaneo, Danese (c. 1509–73) 97

Catterick, John 200

Cecco del Caravaggio (Francesco Bonieri;

17C) 130

Cellini, Benvenuto (1500–71) 33, 34, 35,

48, 87, 94, 97, 148, 168, 260, 281; (burial

place of) 176; (Perseus) 35, 37

Cemeteries

English 230

Evangelico degli Allori 324

Jewish 226

Porte Sante 297

Cenacoli, general 152–53

by Alessandro Allori 275

INDEX 381

Cenacoli contd

by Andrea del Castagno (Sant’Apollonia)

154

by Andrea del Sarto (San Salvi) 331, 333

Calza 325

Fuligno 153

by Ghirlandaio 159

Ognissanti 285–86

by Orcagna 274

by Sodoma 323

by Taddeo Gaddi 204

Cenni di Francesco (fl. 1395–1415) 306

Cenni, Cosimo (early 17C) 85

Ceraiolo, Antonio del (16C) 332

Cerchi family 77, 79

Certosa del Galluzzo 324

Chaplin, Elisabeth (1890–1982) 249

Chardin, Jean-Siméon (1699–1779) 129

Charlemagne 8, 282

Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor 15

Charles VIII, King of France 14

Chiavistelli, Jacopo (1621–98) 39, 228

Chimaera 177

Chimenti, Jacopo (see Empoli)

Chini, Galileo (1837–1956) 249, 325, 338

Chirico, Giorgio de (1888–1978) 249, 295,

336

Chuttraputti, Rajaram 286

Cigoli (Lodovico Cardi; 1559–1613) 97,

200, 205, 236, 246, 287; (attrib) 336

Cima da Conegliano (c. 1459–1517) 315

Cimabue (Cenni di Peppi: c. 1240–1302)

24, 204; (house of) 227; (Maestŕ) 113, 113;

(portrait of) 188; (attrib) 184

Cinganelli, Michelangelo (c. 1580–1635)

158, 257, 288

Cioci, Antonio (fl. 1762–c. 1797) 169

Cioli, Gian Simone (late 16C–early 17C)

263, 264

Cioli, Valerio (1529–99) 198, 263, 264, 265

Ciompi 10, 89, 227

Ciseri, Antonio (1821–91) 226, 248, 287

Ciseri, Francesco di Antonio (early 20C) 330

Ciuffagni, Bernardo (1381–1458) 68; (attrib)

100

Clement VII, pope 15, 49, 147, 150, 151,

297; (portrait of) 126

Clifford, Henry and Esther 322

Cloth industry 8, 10, 15, 23–24

Clouet, François (c. 1510–1572) 128

Clouet, Jean (d. 1540/1) 238

Colacicchi, Giovanni (1900–92) 104, 249

Collezione Della Ragione 335

Collodi (Carlo Lorenzini), grave of 297

Colonna, Angelo Michele (1430–1511) 222,

254

Column of Justice 212

Colzi, Giuseppe (fl. 1803–38) 245

Compagnia della Santissima Annunziata 176

Conca, Sebastiano 223

Condivi, Ascanio (pupil of Michelangelo, c.

1525– 74) 210

Condottieri 49; (memorials to) 55

Confraternities, general 73 (see also Misericordia,

Bigallo)

Consani, Vincenzo (1818–87) 246

Contestabile, Niccolň (1759–1824) 223

Conti, Primo (1900–88) 310, 330

Contini-Bonacossi Collection 130

Coppedč, Mariano (1839–1920) 325

Coppi del Meglio, Jacopo (1523–91) 200

Coppo di Marcovaldo (fl. 1261–75) (attrib)

195, 329

Corbignano 314

Corcos, Vittorio (1859–1933) 248

Coronelli, Vincenzo 132

Correggio (Antonio Allegri; 1489–1534)

125, 205

Corridoio Vasariano 131

Corso (see Via del Corso)

Cosini, Silvio (early 16C) 150

Cossa, Baldassare (see John XXIII)

Costa, Lorenzo (1460–1535) 123

Costoli, Aristodemo (1803–71) 202, 338

Council of Florence 13, 187

Craig, Gordon 344

Cranach, Lucas the Elder (1472–1553) 124

Cranach, Lucas the Younger (1515–86) 124

Cristiani, Giovanni di Bartolomeo (fl.

1370–90) (attrib) 224

Cristofano dell’Altissimo (fl. 1552–89) 112

Cristofori, Bartolomeo 166

382 BLUE GUIDE FLORENCE

Croce del Trebbio 191

Cronaca (Simone del Pollaiolo; 1457–1508)

39, 40, 217, 273, 296; (tomb of) 224; (attrib)

269

Crosten, Vittorio (17C) 134, 244, 254

Curradi, Francesco (1570–1661) 229, 318,

328, 330

Curradi, Raffaello (b. c. 1590) 154

Cutting, Lady Sibyl 310

D

Daddi, Bernardo (c. 1312–48) 68, 74, 99,

101, 114, 168, 189, 197, 205, 308; (attrib)

175

Daddi, Cosimo (d. 1630) 318

Dallapiccola, Luigi 334

Dandini, Ottaviano (c. 1706–40) 330

Dandini, Pier (1646–1712) 174, 229, 279,

312, 327, 328, 329; (attrib) 318

Daniele da Volterra (1509–66) 86, 210

Dante Alighieri 7, 11, 65, 77, 79, 80, 105,

296, 329, 335; (cenotaph of) 198; (deathmask

of) 46; (house of) 78; (portraits of)

55, 83, 93, 188, 223; (statue of) 193; (stone

of) 75

Danti, Fra’ Egnazio (1536–86, cosmographer)

48, 132

Danti, Vincenzo (1530–76) 42, 67, 86, 87,

183, 195, 211, 264; (attrib) 210

Davanzati, Bernardo 106

David, symbolism of 29; (by Donatello) 14,

89–90; (by Michelangelo) 16, 30, 33, 151,

166, 167, 301; (by Verrocchio) 94

David, Gerard (c. 1460–1523) 125

Davidsohn, Robert 230

Davy, Sir Humphrey 338

Decameron 11, 302, 313, 314

Decius, emperor 58, 90, 298

Della Robbia (see Robbia)

Delli, Dello (early 15C) 187

Del Moro, Luigi (1845–97) 238

Demidoff family 247, 325

Demidoff, Nicola 295

Demidoff, Paolo 52, 321, 344

Desiderio da Settignano (1428–64) 75, 90,

91, 95, 145, 200, 204, 215, 215, 312; (attrib)

90, 143; (workshop of) 107

Divini, Eustachio 135

Doccia porcelain 338

Dolci, Carlo (1616–86) 236, 244

Domenico di Lorenzo da Lucca, organmaker

174

Domenico di Michelino (1417–91) 55, 74,

336; (attrib) 172

Domenico di Zanobi (fl. 1475–85) 271, 288;

(attrib) 295

Domenico Veneziano (1404–61) 115, 155,

204, 315

Donatello (Donato de’ Bardi; c. 1386–1466)

27, 34, 35, 59, 66, 67, 69, 89, 90, 100,

143, 180, 186, 199, 199, 222; (bust of)

342; (Cantoria) 68; (Crucifix) 198; (David)

14, 89–90; (Habakkuk) 69; (Judith and

Holofernes) 33, 48; (Mary Magdalene)

69; (Marzocco) 89; (monument to) 144;

(pulpits) 144–45, 145; (St George) 89, 100;

(St Louis of Toulouse) 204; (tomb of) 146;

(attrib) 56, 90, 91, 97, 100, 143, 146, 159,

203, 204, 292, 344

Donati family 77, 105, 227

Donati, Gemma 77

Doni Tondo 126

Dori, Alessandro (1702–72) 335

Dosio, Giovanni Antonio (1533–1609) 186,

282, 325, 331; (attrib) 221, 341

Dossi, Dosso (c. 1490–1542) 128, 205

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor 265

Dowries 108

Duccio di Buoninsegna (c. 1255–1319) 131;

(Maestŕ) 73, 113, 113; (attrib) 93

Dudley, Sir Robert 132, 218

Duomo 26, 51ff, 51

Dupré, Giovanni (1817–82) 52, 109, 161,

193, 208, 234, 247; (home of) 310

Dürer, Albrecht (1471–1528) 123

Dyck, Sir Anthony van (1599–1641) 129,

243

E

Edward III, King of England 10, 289

Eisenberg, Johann (17C) 256

Eleanor of Toledo 43, 46, 188, 231, 253,

INDEX 383

264; (portraits of) 42, 122

Elector Palatine (see Pfalz-Neuburg)

Electress Palatine (see Medici, Anna Maria

Luisa)

Eliot, George 230

Embriachi, Baldassare (active 1390–1409) 93

Emerson, Ralph Waldo 190, 212

Empoli (Jacopo Chimenti; 1551–1640) 112,

204, 207, 215, 222, 294, 311, 324, 330

English Cemetery 230

Erboristeria Inglese 221

Erta Canina 296

Etruscans 302

Eugenius IV, pope 13, 52, 156, 160, 187

F

Fabre, François-Xavier (1766–1837) 129,

247, 283

Fabris, Emilio de (late 19C) 52, 147

Falcini, Mariano (late 19C) 226, 297

Fallani, Bernardo (late 18C) 171

Fancelli, Chiarissimo (17C) 264

Fancelli, Cosimo (1620–88) 324

Fancelli, Giovanni (late 16C) 264, 324

Fancelli, Giuseppe (19C) 314, 315

Fancelli, Luca (15C, pupil of Brunelleschi)

231

Fantacchiotti, Odoardo (1809–77) 328

Fanti, General Manfredo 164

Faraday, Michael 338

Farmacia Inglese 221

Farmacia di Santa Maria Novella 190

Fattori, Giovanni (1825–1905) 247, 248,

249

Fedi, Pio (1816–92, pupil of Lorenzo

Bartolini) 35, 109, 334

Fei, Alessandro (Alessandro Barbiere; c.

1538–92) 200, 294, 344

Felicity, St 288

Feltrini, Andrea di Cosimo (1477–1548) 333

Ferdinand III, grand duke (tomb of) 146

Ferragamo, Salvatore 212

Ferretti, Giovanni Domenico (1692–1768)

81, 330, 331

Ferri, Antonio (c. 1630–1716) 230, 283, 278

Ferri, Ciro (1634–89, pupil of Pietro da

Cortona) 229, 239

Ferroni, Egisto (1835–1912) 249

Ferrucci, Andrea (1425–1526) 55, 296, 297,

303

Ferrucci, Francesco (Francesco del Tadda;

1497–1585) 169, 212, 303

Ferrucci, Francesco di Simone (1437–93)

312

Ferrucci, Giovanni del Tadda (16C) 265

Ferrucci, Nicodemo (1574–1650) 303

Ferrucci, Romolo del Tadda (son of

Francesco, active 1555–1621) 263, 264

Ferrucci, Simone (1402–69) (attrib) 100

Fetti, Giovanni di Francesco (14C) 146

Fiammingo, Luigi (15C) 254

Ficherelli, Felice (1868–1928) 271

Ficino, Marsilio 13, 14, 55

Fiesole 302–12

Filarete (Antonio Averlino; c. 1400–69) 94

Finelli, Giuliano (1601–53, assistant to

Bernini) 210

Finiguerra, Maso (1426–64) 93

Fiorentino, Pier Francesco (1578–1617) 318

Flemish influences on Florentine portraiture

124

Florin 8, 24, 130

Foggini, Giovanni Battista (1652–1725) 97,

112, 139, 140, 174, 175, 200, 222, 224,

240, 244, 255, 277, 327, 329, 335, 336;

(attrib) 132, 236, 244

Foggini, Vincenzo (1700–55, son of Giovanni

Battista) 200

Folon, Jean-Michel (1934–2005) 296

Fondazione Salvatore Romano 274

Fontana, Carlo (1634–1714) 338

Fontana, Lavinia (1552–1614) 128

Fontana, Lucio (1899–1968) 336

Fontelucente 310

Forte di Belvedere 293

Fortezza da Basso 339

Fortini, Davide (son-in-law of Tribolo; 16C)

258, 264

Foschi, Pier Francesco di Jacopo (fl. 1535)

274, 333; (attrib) 127

Foscolo, Ugo 199

Four Seasons Hotel 230, 358–59

384 BLUE GUIDE FLORENCE

Francavilla, Pietro (1548–1615, pupil of

Giambologna) 35, 86, 87, 234, 262, 283;

(attrib) 329

Francesco d’Antonio (1394–1433) 190;

(attrib) 294

Franchetti, Francesco (early 20C) 249

Franchi, Antonio (1634–1709) 279

Franchi, Rossello di Jacopo (1439–1501)

107, 169, 297

Francia, Francesco (c. 1450–1517) 123, 223

Franciabigio (Francesco di Cristofano Bigi;

1482–1525) 127, 173, 325, 332, 333, 334;

(burial place of) 176

Franco, Battista (d. 1561) 211

François Vase 179

Francolini, Felice (mid-19C) 315

Franz Stephan of Lorraine 16, 256

Frescobaldi, Girolamo 261

Fuller, Charles (1830–95) 286

Furini, Francesco (1603–46) 81, 237, 254

G

Gabbiani, Antonio Domenico (1652–1726)

140, 279

Gaddi, Agnolo (active 1369–96, son of

Taddeo) 25, 35, 55, 56, 195–97, 299;

(attrib) 225

Gaddi, Gaddo (c. 1260–1333) 54

Gaddi, Taddeo (c. 1300–66, pupil of Giotto)

25, 168, 195, 288, 301, 308, 314, 323;

(Last Supper) 204; (attrib) 281, 328

Gaffurri, Bernardo (16C) 256

Galileo Galilei 16, 132, 133, 134, 335, 338;

(first burial place of) 201; (monument to)

200, 295; (portrait of) 129; (statue of) 338;

(villa of) 322, 323

Galleria dell’Accademia 165ff

Galleria d’Arte Moderna 246–49

Galleria del Costume 253

Galleria Palatina 233–43

Galleria Romanelli 279

Galleria degli Uffizi 109ff

Galli, Jacopo 85

Galluzzo, Certosa del 324

Gamberini, Italo (1907–90) 191, 334

Gamberucci, Cosimo (1562–1621) 229

Garbo, Raffaellino del (c. 1466–1524) 225,

273, 229, 306, 333

Gardens

Boboli 258–65

Botanical 163, 263

Cascine 286

delle Camelie 264

Corsi 334

Iris 301

Orti Oricellari 341

di San Marco 164

Semplici 163

Torrigiani 334

Villa Le Balze 310

Villa Bardini 292

Villa di Castello 319

Villa Gamberaia 313

Villa Medici 310

Villa della Petraia 317

Villa Peyron 315

Villa La Pietra 320

Villa I Tatti 314–15

Garofalo (Benvenuto Tisi; 1481–1599) 128

Garzoni, Giovanna (1600–57) 236

Gelli, Edoardo (1852–1933) 249

Gemito, Vincenzo (1852–1929) 85, 248

Generini, Francesco (17C) 263

Gentile da Fabriano (c. 1370–1427) 115,

213, 294

Gentileschi, Artemisia (1593–1652) 130,

236, 238

Gerini, Niccolň di Pietro (fl. 1368–1415) 75,

102, 168, 197, 201, 224, 282, 288, 303;

(attrib) 268

German Institute 343

Gesů Pellegrino, church of 325

Gherardini, Alessandro (1655–1723) 155,

161, 279, 326, 327, 328, 340, 344; (attrib)

331

Gherardini, Tommaso (1715–97) 223, 325,

330; (attrib) 362

Ghetto, Jewish 103

Ghibellines 9, 76, 77, 105

Ghiberti, Lorenzo (1378–1455) 28, 52, 54,

57, 59, 90, 99, 100, 183; (Baptistery doors)

61, 62, 63, 67; (house of) 227; (self-porINDEX

385

trait) 62, 65; (tomb of) 200; (trial reliefs)

90, 91, 91; (attrib) 213, 285

Ghiberti, Vittorio (1419–96, son of Lorenzo)

200

Ghiglia, Oscar (1876–1945) 249

Ghirlandaio, Davide (brother of Domenico,

1451–1525) 52, 185; (attrib) 331

Ghirlandaio, Domenico (Domenico di Tasso

Bigordi; 1449–94) 39, 47, 52, 120, 152,

165, 172, 229. 284, 285; (frescoes in S.

Maria Novella) 185, 185; (Last Suppers) 159,

286; (Life of St Francis frescoes) 214; (selfportrait)

214; (workshop of) 78

Ghirlandaio, Ridolfo del (son of Domenico,

1483–1561) 46, 47, 74, 215, 238, 268,

329; (attrib) 126, 168, 239

Giambologna (Jean de Boulogne, 1529–1608)

34, 35, 41, 42, 48, 85, 86, 87, 88, 94, 97,

99, 155, 170, 185, 190, 206, 221, 256,

261, 265, 265, 291, 318, 321; (bronze

birds) 88; (copies of works by) 262, 263,

339; (Mercury) 88; (Rape of the Sabines) 35;

(Rape of the Sabines, model for) 165; (tomb

of) 175; (attrib) 112

Giambono, Michele (1420–62) 291, 315

Giardino delle Camelie 264

Giardino Corsi 334

Giardino dell’Iris 301

Giardino di San Marco 164

Giardino dei Semplici 163

Giardino Torrigiani 334

Gibbon, Edward 121, 340

Gibbons, Grinling (1648–1721) 254

Ginori porcelain 338

Giordano, Luca (1632–1705) 140, 141, 176,

223, 229, 277

Giorgione (Giorgio Barbarelli; c. 1476–1510)

124; (attrib) 241, 243

Giottino (Giotto di Stefano, great-grandson of

Giotto; 14C) 114; (copy of works by) 343

Giotto (Giotto di Bondone; 1266/7–1337)

24, 26, 114, 182–83, 183, 194, 268, 285,

330, 336; (Campanile) 60; (frescoes in S.

Croce) 194–95; (Maestŕ) 113, 113; (portraits

of) 55, 188 (St Stephen) 206; (attrib)

58, 168, 204 (school of) 195–97, 201

Giotto di Stefano (see Giottino)

Giovanni del Biondo (fl. 1356–98) 131, 168,

197, 201, 204

Giovanni di Consalvo (15C) (attrib) 82

Giovanni di Francesco (active 1428–59) 93,

210

Giovanni da Milano (fl. 1350–69) 114, 168,

201

Giovanni dell’Opera (see Bandini)

Giovanni da Piamonte (15C) (attrib) 300

Giovanni dal Ponte (1385–1437) 213, 297

Giovanni da San Giovanni (1592–1636) 164,

193, 201, 236, 253, 268, 285, 344

Giovanni di Ser Giovanni (see Scheggia)

Giovannozzi, Ezio (early 20C) 328

Giovannozzi, Luigi (1791–1871) 230

Giovio, Paolo 112

Gipsoteca 337

Giraldi, Domenico (1788–1845) 325

Giubbe Rosse, café 102

Giudici e Notai, guild 83, 98; (tabernacle

of) 99

Giuliano di Baccio d’Agnolo (16C) (attrib)

170

Giuliano da Maiano (1432–90, brother of

Benedetto) 39, 47, 57, 202, 218, 317; (attrib)

221, 341

Giusti, Giuseppe 338; (tomb of) 301

Gizdulich, Riccardo (mid-20C) 283

Goes, Hugo van der (d. 1482) 119

Gordigiani, Michele (1835–1909) 247

Government of medieval city 9–10, 38, 84,

98

Goya, Francisco (1746–1828) 129

Gozzoli, Benozzo (1420–97) 3, 27, 62,

162, 206; (Procession of the Magi frescoes)

139–40; (self-portrait) 140; (attrib) 160

Graffione (Giovanni di Michele Scheggini,

pupil of Alesso Baldovinetti; 1455–c. 1537)

225

Granacci, Francesco (1469/70–1541; pupil

of Domenico Ghirlandaio) 126, 164, 327;

(tomb of) 224

Gray, Thomas 340

Gregory X, pope 290

Guardi, Francesco (1712–92) 129

386 BLUE GUIDE FLORENCE

Gucci, fashion house 36, 216, 352

Gucci, Gaetano 223

Guelphs 9, 76, 77, 79, 105; (headquarters

of) 104–05

Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbiere;

1591–1666) 131, 241, 291

Guicciardini, Francesco 322, 340

Guidi, Virgilio (1891–1984) 336

Guilds 10, 36, 83, 98 (see also Calimala,

Beccai, Giudici, Lana, Seta etc)

Guttuso, Renato (1912–87) 336

H

Hardy, Thomas 342

Hawkwood, Sir John 55, 56, 315

Hawthorne, Nathaniel 323

Heiden, Marcus (17C) 256

Hennessy, John Pope 289

Holbein, Hans the Younger (1497/8–1543)

125

Holy Trinity, church of 325

Holzmann, Bernardo (18C) 336

Horne, Herbert Percy 102, 205

Hosmer, Harriet (1830–1908) 268

Howells, W.D. 218, 307

Hübner, Paul (late 16C) 257

Hugford, Ignazio (1703–78) 222, 287, 330

Humanism 7, 11–12

Hunt, Fanny Holman 230, 267

Hunt, William Holman (1827–1910) 281

I

Iacopo, mosaicist (13C) 66

Idolino 179

Inghirami, Tommaso 240

Ingres, Jean-Auguste-Dominique (1780–

1867) 191

Isozaki, Arata (b. 1931) 110

Istituto d’Arte 337

Istituto Geografico Militare 335

J

Jacopo di Cambio (early 14C) 169

Jacopo del Casentino (c. 1300–49) 102, 300;

(attrib) 201

Jacopo di Cione (brother of Orcagna, fl. c.

1360–98) 25, 114, 83, 168, 334; (attrib)

282

Jacopino del Conte (1510–c. 1598) 209;

(attrib) 172

Jacopo da Empoli (see Empoli)

Jacopo di Lusitania, chapel of 300

Jacopo del Sellaio (1446–93, pupil of Filippo

Lippi) 74; (attrib) 308, 311

James, Henry 52, 190, 282, 323

Jews in Florence 103, 226

Joanna of Austria 40, 43, 261

John Gualbert, St 215, 299, 331

John the Baptist, altar of 69; feast of 349–50

John VIII Palaeologus 187

John XXIII, antipope 13, 65

John Paul II, pope 133

Joos van Cleve (c. 1485–1540/1) 124, 125

Julius Caesar 8, 104

Julius II, pope 49, 159; (portraits of) 126,

243

K

Keshko, Catherine Jeanne 313

Kirkup, Seymour 93

Kunsthistorisches Institut 343

L

La Pira, Giorgio 21, 156

Lamartine, Alphonse de 339

Lamberti, Niccolň di Pietro (c. 1370–1451)

68, 99; (attrib) 100

Lana, guild of 98, 102

Landini, Francesco 146

Landor, Walter Savage 230, 343

Lapi, Niccolň (1661–1732) 329, 330

Lapo Tedesco (master of Arnolfo di Cambio,

13–14C) 84, 212

Last Suppers (see Cenacoli)

Laurana, Francesco (fl. 1458–1502) 95

Laurentian Library 147–48

Le Brun, Charles (1619–90) 246

Lederle, Georg, clockmaker 39

Lega, Silvestro (1826–95) 248, 249

Leighton, Lord Frederic (1830–96) 227, 230

Lelli, Giuseppe (19–20C) 337

Lely, Peter (1618–80) 237

INDEX 387

Leo X, pope (Giovanni de’ Medici) 42, 141,

209, 256; (mitre of) 149; (portrait of) 126

Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519) 29, 30, 67,

120, 148, 309; (Battle of Anghiari) 41, 46,

206; (exhibition on) 75

Leoni, Leone (Il Cavaliere Aretino; 1510–92)

94, 95

Leoni, Pietro 317

Leopold II, grand duke 17, 133, 173, 179

Levi, Carlo (1902–75) 336

Levi, David 226

Liberi, Pietro (1614–87) 327

Licino, Bernardino (c. 1490–1550) (attrib)

128

Ligozzi, Jacopo (1547–1627) 121, 257, 328;

(attrib) 285

Lily of Florence 279

Linaioli, guild 100; (tabernacle of) 158

Liotard, Jean-Etienne (1702–89) 129

Lippi, Filippino (son of Filippo, 1457–1504)

29, 80, 81, 116, 165, 184–85, 206, 237,

271; (Brancacci Chapel) 275, 277; (burial

place of) 330; (workshop of) 107

Lippi, Fra’ Filippo (c. 1406–69) 115–16,

140, 144, 165, 206, 237, 278; (birthplace

of) 278; (copies of works by) 139

Lippi, Lorenzo (1606–246) 222; (attrib) 326

Lippo di Benivieni (fl. 1315–20) 204

Loeser, Charles 48

Loggia del Bigallo (see Bigallo)

Loggia dell’Ospedale di San Matteo 164

Loggia dei Rucellai 220

Loggia di San Paolo 190

Loggia della Signoria 35

Lombardi, Alessandro (17C) 328

Lombardo, Tullio (Solari; c. 1455–1532) 95

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth 190, 282

Longhi, Roberto 342

Lorenzetti, Ambrogio (c. 1280–1348) 114

Lorenzetti, Pietro (brother of Ambrogio, c.

1280–1348) 48, 114, 205

Lorenzi, Battista (c. 1527–44) 72, 198

Lorenzi, Stoldo (1534–83) 260; (attrib) 262

Lorenzo di Bicci (father of Bicci di Lorenzo,

c.1350–1427) 333; (attrib) 224

Lorenzo di Credi (1439–1537) 123, 153,

311; (attrib) 206, 326

Lorenzo di Niccolň (fl. 1392–1411) 197, 293

Lorenzo Monaco (Fra’ Lorenzo degli Angioli;

c. 1370–1425) 101, 114–15, 148, 158,

169, 197, 204, 213, 327; (attrib) 328

Lorraine, House of 16–17

Lotto, Lorenzo (1480–1556) 128, 315

Louisa, Countess of Albany 198, 283, 342;

(memorial to) 197

Lowell, James Russell 212

Lully, Jean-Baptiste 166

Lunetti, Tommaso di Stefano (c. 1495–1564)

332

Lungarno Acciaioli 281

Lyceum Club 339

M

Macchiaioli School 246, 248

Machiavelli, Niccolň 48, 49, 150; (tomb of)

198

Madonna del Vannella, oratory 314

Madonna della Seggiola 239

Maestŕ paintings 25, 113–14, 113, 277

Mafai, Mario (1902–65) 336

Magliabechi, Angelo 335

Maiano 315–17

Mainardi, Sebastiano (brother-in-law of

Ghirlandaio, d. 1513) 185, 195

Manetti, Antonio (Antonio di Manetto

Ciacheri; 1423–97, pupil of Brunelleschi)

57, 143, 146, 270, 300

Manetti, Giuseppe (1761–1817) 334

Manfredi, Bartolomeo (1582–1622) 130

Mann, Sir Horace 340

Mannerism 288

Mantegna, Andrea (1431–1506) 125

Manzů, Giacomo (1908–91) 336

Marcellini, Carlo (1646–1713) 134, 327

Marcillat, Giullaume de (fl. c. 1505–29) 287

Marco da Faenza (Marco Marchetti; c.

1528–88) 39, 46

Maria Celeste, Suor, daughter of Galileo 133,

200, 322

Maria Luisa, Queen of Etruria 247

Mariani, Camillo (d. 1611) 262

Marinali, Orazio (1643–1720) 321

388 BLUE GUIDE FLORENCE

Marinari, Onorio (1627–1715) 81, 330

Marini, Antonio (mid-19C) 223

Marini, Marino (1901–80) 336

Mariotto di Nardo (c. 1373–1424) 214, 299

Markets

General 352–53

Mercatino 226

Nuovo (Porcellino) 103

S. Ambrogio 224

S. Lorenzo 151

Vecchio 102

Marsuppini, Carlo 199, 200

Martelli, Diego 247

Martelli, Giuseppe 338

Martelli, Roberto 222

Martines, Lauro 203

Martini, Arturo (1889–1947) 336

Martini, Francesco di Giorgio (1439–1520)

92, 95

Martini, Giovanni (c. 1470–1535) 72

Martini, Simone (c. 1284–1344) 114; (attrib)

206

Marzocco 34, 40, 89

Masaccio (Tommaso di Ser Giovanni di Mone;

1401–1428) 26, 205; (Brancacci Chapel)

26, 275–77, 276; (self-portrait of) 277;

(Trinity) 182; (attrib) 115, 277

Maso di Banco (fl. 1341–46) 197–98, 271;

(attrib) 68

Maso di Bartolomeo (1405–56) 57, 174, 299

Maso di San Friano (Tommaso Manzuoli;

1531–71) 28, 332

Masolino da Panicale (Tommaso Fini;

1383–c. 1440) 115, 275, 276; (possible

portrait of) 277

Master of Apollo and Daphne (1465–1530)

268

Master of the Bigallo (fl. mid-13C) 74

Master of the Castello Nativity (15C) 327

Master of the Chiostro degli Aranci (15C) 82

Master of Figline (1320–60) 197, 224

Master of the Horne Triptych (14C) 206

Master of the Johnson Nativity (see Domenico

di Zanobi)

Master of S. Agata (13C) 277

Master of the St Catherine Legend (1389–

1410) 92

Master of S. Cecilia (fl. c. 1300–20) 208, 322

Master of S. Martino a Mensola (13C) 314

Master of S. Miniato (late 15C) 293

Master of S. Niccolň (late 14C) 294

Master of S. Remigio (fl. c. 1360) 207

Master of the S. Spirito Conversazione (15C–

16C) 271

Master of Serumido (early 16C) 107, 331;

(attrib) 328

Master of the Straus Madonna (fl. c. 1390–

1420) 169, 172, 336

Matas, Niccolň (1798–c. 1872) 193, 197,

297

Mati, Piero di Tommaso (16C) 265

Matilda, Countess of Tuscia 9

Matteo da Prato, organmaker 57, 174

Mazziere brothers 272, 273

Medici 12–20, 137, 154, 187; (bank,

first headquarters of) 102; (chapels at S.

Lorenzo) 148–51; (palace of; see Palazzo

Medici-Riccardi); (relationship with

Machiavelli) 49; Medici Vase 130; Medici

Venus 121

Medici, family members

Alessandro 15, 86, 339

Anna Maria Luisa 109, 255, 256; (statue

of) 147

Antonio di Vitale 284

Carlo, Cardinal (portrait of) 125

Cosimo I 15, 39, 40, 43, 102, 103, 122,

137, 163, 212, 297; (and works of art)

46, 109, 112, 122, 177; (busts of) 112,

234; (equestrian monument to) 34;

(portraits of) 42, 45, 169, 245, 272;

(tomb of) 149

Cosimo II 16, 134, 250, 261; (bust of)

227; (tomb of) 149

Cosimo III 16, 233, 251; (tomb of) 149

Cosimo il Vecchio 13, 34, 38, 55, 89, 136,

137, 256, 278; (cells at San Marco) 162;

(portraits of) 118, 122, 140; (tomb of)

145, 146

Ferdinando I 16, 148, 169, 170, 250, 261,

281; (bust of) 340; (equestrian statue of)

170; (tomb of) 149

INDEX 389

Medici family members contd

Ferdinando II 109, 133, 134, 250; (tomb

of) 149

Ferdinando, Cardinal 121

Ferdinando, Prince 233, 251

Francesco I 16, 41, 43, 72, 109, 121, 169;

(busts of) 112, 130, 221; (portrait of)

122; (tomb of) 149

Gian Gastone 133, 251, 257, 262

Giovanni (see Leo X)

Giovanni delle Bande Nere 152, 319;

(armour of) 320

Giovanni di Bicci 12–13, 65, 73, 102, 137;

(portraits of) 107, 112; (tomb of) 143

Giovanni, Don 148, 293

Giuliano (see Clement VII)

Giuliano, brother of Lorenzo the

Magnificent 203; (bust of) 95; (portrait

of) 118

Giuliano, Duke of Nemours (portrait of)

140; (tomb of) 150

Ippolito (portrait of) 241

Leopoldo, Cardinal 109, 131, 134, 233,

250

Lorenzaccio 86, 339

Lorenzo the Magnificent 14, 34, 57, 164,

203, 254, 310, 317; (bust of) 112;

(death-mask of) 254; (portraits of) 117,

122, 140, 254; (tomb of) 150

Lorenzo, Duke of Urbino (tomb of) 150,

151

Mattias 133, 256; (portrait of) 239

Orlando (monument to) 175

Piero il Fatuo 14, 137

Piero il Gottoso 13, 173; (bust of) 94;

(portraits of) 118, 140; (tomb of) 144

Mela, Domenico del 166

Melville, Herman 212

Memling, Hans (c. 1430/40–94) 124

Memmi, Lippo (fl. 1317–47) 114; (attrib)

188

Mengoni, Giuseppe (1829–77) 152

Mercatino flea market 226

Mercato Centrale 152

Mercato Nuovo 103–04

Mercato Vecchio 102, 103

Meucci, Vincenzo (1699–1766) 81, 143,

223, 230, 330, 331

Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475–1564) 27,

31, 32, 33, 34, 40, 41, 52, 62, 85, 86, 102,

164, 210, 262, 282, 296, 297, 312; (Bacchus

Drunk) 85; (Biblioteca Laurenziana) 31,

147; (Brutus) 86; (busts of) 86, 210; (copies

of works by) 33, 273–74, 301; (Crucifix)

273; (David) 16, 30, 33, 151, 166, 167,

301; (Doni Tondo) 126; (home of) 208–11;

(Madonna of the Steps) 209 210; (monument

to) 301; (New Sacristy) 149–51; 151; (Pietŕ)

31, 68; (portrait of) 209; (S. Lorenzo) 141–

42, 142, 143, 209–10; (Slaves) 166–67;

(tomb of) 198; (attrib) 35

Michelazzi, Giovanni (1876–1920) 338

Micheli di Lando 227

Micheli, Pier Antonio 163

Micheli, Vincenzo (c. 1830–1920) 226

Michelozzo (Michelozzo di Bartolomeo

Michelozzi; 1396–1472) 39, 53, 57, 62,

66, 69, 116, 155, 156, 158, 173, 175, 201,

202, 218, 221, 289, 294, 299, 317; (Library

of San Marco) 162; (Palazzo Medici) 136,

139; (attrib) 91, 143, 159, 173, 268, 312

Michelucci, Giovanni (1891–1991) 110, 191

Minga, Andrea del (c. 1540–96) 200

Minias, St 298; (relics of) 301

Mino da Fiesole (1429–84) 81, 94, 224, 225,

303; (tomb of) 225; (attrib) 126, 223

Misericordia, confraternity 72

Mitelli, Agostino (1609–60) 254

Mochi, Orazio (c. 1550–1625) 254, 263

Moderno (fl. late 15C–early 16C) 94

Mola, Gasparo (1610–66) 95, 97

Montale, Eugenio 102

Montauti, Antonio (d. 1743) 229

Montececeri 309

Montedomini, convent of 325

Montemurlo, battle of 212

Monteoliveto 322

Montorsoli, Giovani Angelo (1507–63) 150;

(burial place of) 176

Morandi, Giorgio (1890–1964) 336

Morelli, Domenico (1826–1901) 249

Morgante, dwarf (see Barbino)

390 BLUE GUIDE FLORENCE

Moroni, Giovanni Battista (c. 1525–78) 128

Mozzi family 289

Murillo, Bartolomé Estebán (1617/18–82)

241

Museums

Alinari (Photography) 190

Antropologia ed Etnologia 336

Archeologico 176

degli Argenti 253

Bandini 308

Bardini 290

Bargello 84

Bigallo 74

Botanical 163

Casa Buonarroti 208

Casa Guidi 267

Casa Martelli 222

della Cittŕ 336

Civico (Fiesole) 307

Dante 78

Diocesano di Santo Stefano al Ponte 336

Egyptian 178

Fiorentino di Preistoria 337

Firenze Antica 162

Firenze com’era 336

Galileo 131

Galleria dell’Accademia 165

Galleria d’Arte Moderna 246

Galleria del Costume 253

Galleria Palatina 233

Geologia e Paleontologia 337

Gipsoteca 337

Horne 205

Innocenti 171

Jewish 226

Marino Marini 221

Marmi 138

Mineralogia e Litologia 337

Misericordia 72

Musical Instruments 166

Orsanmichele 101

dell’Opera del Duomo 66

Palazzo Davanzati 106

Palazzo Pitti 232

Photography 190

Pietre Dure 169

Museums contd

Pietro Annigoni 293

Porcellana di Doccia 337

Porcellane 262

dei Ragazzi 50

Roberto Capucci 292

Rodolfo Siviero 295

Salvatore Ferragamo 212

S. Croce 204

S. Marco 156

S. Maria Novella 187

La Specola 338

Stibbert 320

N

Naldini, Giovanni Battista (1537–91) 40, 81,

183, 198, 201, 294, 317; (attrib) 344

Nanni di Banco (Giovanni di Antonio di

Banco; c. 1384–1421) 52, 68, 100

Nanni di Bartolo (fl. 1419–51) 286; (attrib)

68, 300

Napoleon 17, 116, 121, 135

Nardi, Claudio, contemporary architect 359

Nardo di Cione (d. 1365, brother of Orcagna)

25, 81, 114, 168, 186, 189, 204, 308;

(attrib) 274

Nattier, Jean-Marc (1685–1766) 244

Nelli, Giovanni Battista (1661–1725) 337

Nelli, Suor Plautilla (1524–88) 331

Nenci, Francesco (1781–1850) 342

Neri di Bicci (son of Bicci di Lorenzo,

1481–91) 77, 107, 154, 204, 206, 213,

215, 268, 272, 293, 294, 306, 314, 327;

(attrib) 297, 326

Neri di Fioravante (fl. 1340–84) 89, 99; (attrib)

213, 281

Neroni, Diotisalvi di 153–54

Nervi, Pier Luigi (1891–1979) 313

New Sacristy (S. Lorenzo) 149–51

Niccolň da Tolentino 56

Nieuwenkamp, W.O.J. (1874–1950) 311

Nigetti, Giovanni (17C) 327

Nigetti, Matteo (1560–1649) 148, 222, 311,

327

Nightingale, Florence 205, 324

Nittis, Giuseppe de (1846–84) 249

INDEX 391

Noferi, Noferi di Antonio (16C) 74

Nomellini, Plinio (1866–1943) 249

Notti, Gherardo delle (Gerrit Honthorst;

1590–1656) 130

Novelli, Antonio (1600–62) 210, 211, 222,

341

O

Ognissanti 284–86

Oliphant, Mrs 75

Oltrarno 266ff

Opificio delle Pietre Dure 169

Orcagna (Andrea di Cione; fl. 1344–68) 25,

35, 52, 101, 114, 168, 186, 189, 204, 268,

326; (attrib) 48, 274, 333

Origo, Iris 310

Orsanmichele 11, 98–101

Orti Oricellari 341

Oudry, Jean-Baptiste (1686–1755) 246

P

Pacchia, Gerolamo della (c. 1477–1535) 332

Pagani, Gregorio (1558–1605) 211

Paget, Violet 102

Paggi, Giovanni Battista (1554–1627) 156

Pagliazza, Torre della 77

Palazzi

degli Albizi 228

degli Alessandri 228

Altoviti 228

dell’Antella 193

Antinori 221

Antinori-Corsini 338

dell’Arte dei Beccai 101

dell’Arte dei Giudici e Notai 83

dell’Arte della Lana 102

dell’Arte della Seta 104

Bardi alle Grazie 207

del Bargello 84

Bartolini-Salimbeni 212

di Bianca Cappello 267

Borghese 338

Canacci 105

Canigiani 289

dei Canonici 75

Capponi 338

Palazzi contd

Capponi delle Rovinate 289

Castellani 131

Castelli 154

da Cintoia 208

del Circolo dell’Unione 221

Cocchi 193

dei Congressi 339

Corsi 205

Corsi Tornabuoni 221

Corsini 283

Corsini Suarez 267

Corsini sul Prato 339

della Crocetta 176

Davanzati 106

Frescobaldi 339

Giandonati 105

Ginori 154

Giugni 339

di Giustizia 21

Gondi 340

Grifoni Budini Gattai 170

Guadagni 269

Guicciardini 340

Guidi 267

Lanfredini 340

Larderel 221

Larioni dei Bardi 289

Machiavelli 266

Manelli-Riccardi 340

Manetti 340

Masetti 283

Matteucci Ramirez di Montalvo 228

Medici-Riccardi 136, 136, 216

Mellini-Fossi 207

della Mercanzia 36

Montauto 154

dei Mozzi 289

Neroni 153

Niccolini 341

Nonfinito 228, 336

degli Orti Oricellari 341

Panciatichi-Ximenes 229

Pandolfini 341

di Parte Guelfa 104

Pazzi-Quaratesi 341

392 BLUE GUIDE FLORENCE

Palazzi contd

Pitti 231, 233, 266, 272

del Popolo (Palazzo Vecchio) 38

dei Pucci 341

Ricasoli 266

Ridolfi 267

Rucellai 219, 219

Palazzo Salviati 76

di San Clemente 342

Scala della Gherardesca 230

Serristori 295

della Signoria (Palazzo Vecchio) 38

Spinelli 342

Spini-Feroni 212

Strozzi 216–17, 217

Palazzo Strozzi-Niccolini 342

dello Strozzino 218

Taddei 154

Tedaldini 75

Torrigiani 338

degli Uffizi 109

Uguccioni 35

Vecchio 9, 33, 36ff, 37, 38, 203, 280,

Vegni 294

Vitali 228

Vivarelli-Colonna 342

della Zecca 130

Pallas and the Centaur 118

Palma Vecchio (Giacomo Nigretti; c.

1480–1528) 128

Palmezzano, Marco (1456–1539) 123

Pampaloni, Luigi (1791–1847) 75

Paoletti, Gaspare Maria (1727–1813) 129,

145, 245, 253, 338

Paoletti, Niccolň Gaspare (18C) 245

Paolo di Giovanni (c. 1403–82) 85

Paolo Schiavo (1397–1478, master of Andrea

del Castagno) 299

Paolo Veneziano (d.c. 1362) 131

Papi, Domenico (18C) 330

Papi, Francesco (18C) 330

Parigi, Alfonso the Elder (c. 1590) 109, 258

Parigi, Alfonso the Younger (son of Giulio, d.

1656) 231, 258, 260, 283

Parigi, Giulio (son of Alfonso the Elder, d.

1635) 176, 193, 231, 258, 260, 261, 262,

263

Parker, Theodore 230

Parlatore, Filippo, botanist 263

Parmigianino (Francesco Mazzola; 1503–40)

128

Passignano (Domenico Cresti; 1560–1638)

155, 193, 215, 246, 270, 318, 323, 327,

330

Pasti, Matteo de’ (fl. 1441–64) 95

Patch, Thomas (1725–82) 337

Pater, Walter 118

Patriarch of Constantinople 187; (monument

to) 183

Pazzi Chapel 202

Pazzi Conspiracy 57, 203

Pazzi, Enrico (1819–99) 193

Pazzi, Maria Maddalena 228

Peri, Jacopo 166, 261

Permoser, Balthasar (1651–1732) 255

Perseus 35, 37

Perugino (Pietro di Cristoforo Vanucci, master

of Raphael, c. 1450–1523) 29, 120, 123,

165, 175, 229, 241, 270; (copies of works

by) 271; (attrib) 153, 296

Peruzzi family 9, 10, 207

Peruzzi, Baldassare 237

Pesellino (pupil of Filippo Lippi, 1422–57)

116

Pesello, Il (Giuliano d’Arrigo; 1367–1446)

143

Peter Leopold, Grand Duke 17, 84, 98, 135,

164, 165, 226

Petrarch 7, 11; (portrait of) 188

Petrucci, Francesco (14C) 273

Pfalz-Neuburg, Johann Wilhelm von 255

Piacentini, Marcello (1881–1960) 218

Pian de’ Giullari 321–22

Piazza dei Ciompi 226

Piazza del Limbo 281

Piazza Peruzzi 207

Piazza Pitti 265

Piazza della Repubblica 102

Piazza SS. Annunziata 170ff

Piazza S. Croce 192

Piazza S. Felice 267

Piazza S. Lorenzo 151–52

INDEX 393

Piazza S. Marco 164

Piazza S. Maria Novella 189–90

Piazza S. Spirito 269

Piazza S. Trínita 212

Piazza della Signoria 33ff

Piazzale Michelangelo 301

Piazzetta, Giovanni Battista (1683–1754)

129

Pico della Mirandola 14, 34, 310; (portrait

of) 118; (tomb of) 156

Pieratti, Domenico (brother of Giovanni

Battista, 1600–56) 210, 263

Pieratti, Giovanni Battista (1599–1662) 263

Pierino da Vinci (1531–54) 318; (attrib) 262

Piero della Francesca (1416–92) 29, 116,

155

Piero di Cosimo (1462–1521) 48, 123, 172,

205, 223, 306; (attrib) 237

Pierozzi, Antonino (see Antoninus, St)

Pietre dure 169

Pietro da Cortona (Pietro Berrettini; 1596–

1699) 131, 222, 238, 239, 241

Pignone, Simone (c. 1611–98) 323

Pinsent, Cecil 310, 315

Pippo Spano 329

Pisa 10, 40, 41

Pisanello (Antonio Pisano; 1377–1455) 95

Pisano, Andrea (c. 1270–1348/49) 60, 61,

68, 71; (attrib) 279

Pisano, Giovanni (1245–1320) 268

Pisano, Nicola (c. 1200–80) (attrib) 290

Pisano, Nino (son of Andrea, d. 1368) 68,

183

Pisis, Filippo de (1896–1956) 249, 336

Pissarro, Camille (1830–1903) 248

Pistoletto, Michelangelo (b. 1933) 269

Pitti, Luca 231, 272; (bust of) 253

Pius II, pope 278

Pius IV, pope 212

Platonic Academy 310, 317

Poccetti (Bernardino Barbatelli; 1548–1612)

121, 145, 158, 176, 189, 215, 245, 246,

265, 267, 323, 324, 327, 329; (attrib) 228

Poccianti, Pasquale (1744–1858) 232, 247,

253

Poggi, Giuseppe (1811–1901) 230, 301,

340; (attrib) 295

Poggini, Domenico (1520–90) 95

Poliziano, Agnolo (Politian) 14, 34, 55, 117,

203, 310; (portraits of) 118, 214; (tomb

of) 156

Poljakov, Evgenij 230

Pollaiolo, Antonio (1432–98) 69, 95, 97,

116, 117, 291; (copies of works by) 300;

(attrib) 340

Pollaiolo, Piero (brother of Antonio, 1441–96)

(copies of works by) 300; (attrib) 116, 117

Pomodoro, Giň (1930–2002) 260, 295

Ponte a Mensola 313

Ponte alla Carraia 283

Ponte Santa Trínita 21, 280, 282–83

Ponte Vecchio 21, 280, 281

Pontormo (Jacopo Carucci, master of

Bronzino, 1494–1556) 49, 122, 127, 168,

173, 176, 189, 237, 289, 319, 330, 333;

(burial place of) 176; (Deposition) 287,

288; (portrait of) 204; (Passion cycle) 324;

(attrib) 48

Poppi, Il (Francesco Morandini; 1544–97)

42, 155, 294, 323, 330, 332

Por Santa Maria, guild 10, 98

Porcellino, Il 103, 291

Porta Faenza 339

Porta Romana 268

Porta San Frediano 279

Porta San Giorgio 293

Porta San Miniato 296

Porta San Niccolň 295

Porta, Giacomo della (1539–1602) 148

Porte Sante cemetery 297

Portelli, Carlo (d. 1574) 229

Portigiani, Pagno di Lapo (1406–70) 143,

173, 291

Portinari family 76, 124

Portinari, Folco 77, 326

Portinari triptych 119

Powers, Hiram 230

Pratolini, Vasco 297

Pratolino 321

Primavera 117

Procacci 216

Protestant Cemetery 230

394 BLUE GUIDE FLORENCE

Pucci, Emilio 342

Pugliani, Domenico (d. 1658) 211

Puligo, Domenico (Ubaldini; 1492–1527)

127, 229; (copies of works by) 332

R

Raddi, Giuseppe 163

Raffaello da Montelupo (c. 1505–66) 150

Ragione, Alberto della 336

Raimondi, Livia 164

Rape of the Sabines 35

Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio; 1483–1520) 122,

126, 127, 154, 237, 240, 341; (copies

of works by) 44, 318; (La Velata) 241

(Madonna del Cardellino) 126–27; (Madonna

della Seggiola) 239; (self-portrait) 127; (attrib)

239

Redi, Francesco 135

Redi, Tommaso (1665–1726) 327

Rembrandt (1606–69) 129

René of Anjou 143, 203

Reni, Guido (1577–1642) 130, 237, 243,

342

Reparata, St 8, 58

Republican government, republicanism 29,

33, 38, 40, 49, 151, 297

Reymerswaele, Marinus van, (fl. 1509–after

1567) 92

Reynolds, Sir Joshua (1723–92) 286

Riario, Cardinal Raffaele 85

Ribera, Jusepe de (1591–1652) 130

Riccardi, Riccardo 138, 141

Ricci, Leonardo (1918–94) 327

Ricci, Stefano (1765–1837) 198

Riccio, Il (Andrea Briosco; 1470–1432) 94,

97

Richard-Ginori porcelain 338

Rilke, Rainer Maria 295

Riposo dei Vescovi 311

Ristoro, Fra’ (13C) 181

Robbia, Andrea della (nephew of Luca,

1435–1525) 29, 74, 94, 164, 171, 172,

190, 201, 204, 222, 282, 303, 309, 324,

326, 344; (attrib) 92

Robbia, Giovanni della (son of Andrea,

1469–1529) 72, 94, 186, 303, 324, 326,

344; (attrib) 297

Robbia, Luca della (1399/1400–1482) 57,

71, 92, 99, 100, 159, 172, 202, 214, 299,

300; (Cantoria) 68, 70; (attrib) 94, 288

Robbia, Marco della (son of Andrea, 1468–

after 1532) 172

Roccatagliata, Niccolň (fl. 1593–1636) 97

Rocco Zoppo (Giovan Maria di Bartolomeo)

(attrib) 153

Roman Florence 8, 23, 104, 302

Roman amphitheatre 207

Roman theatre (Fiesole) 306; (Florence) 50

Romanelli gallery 279

Romanelli, Mariano d’Angelo (d. 1390/92)

93

Romanelli, Pasquale (1812–87) 201

Romanelli, Raffaello (1856–1928) 263

Romani, Dionisio, organmaker 294

Rombouts, Theodoor (1597–1637) 208

Rosa, Salvatore (1615–73) 236, 243, 289

Rosa, Salvator 223

Rosai, Ottone (1895–1957) 191, 336

Ross, Janet 313

Rosselli, Cosimo (1439–1507) 173, 224,

225, 229, 303, 306, 331, 344; (self-portrait)

224

Rosselli, Francesco (half-brother of Cosimo,

1445–1513) 336

Rosselli, Matteo (1578–1650) 158, 176, 193,

211, 222, 229, 238, 268, 285, 318, 329,

334

Rossellino, Antonio (Antonio Gamerbelli,

brother of Bernardo, 1427–79) 95, 107,

198, 238, 300, 312; (attrib) 211

Rossellino, Bernardo (Bernardo Gamberelli;

1409–64) 81, 175, 183, 199, 219, 312;

(attrib) 215; (workshop of) 271

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel 118

Rossi, Bartolomeo (17C) 263

Rossi, Giovanni Antonio de’ (1616–95) 256

Rossi, Vincenzo de’ (1525–87, pupil of

Bandinelli) 33, 41, 48, 87, 265

Rossini, tomb of 199

Rosso Fiorentino (Giovanni Battista di Jacopo;

1494–1540) 127, 146, 173, 239, 288;

(copies of works by) 273; (attrib) 237

INDEX 395

Rosso, Giuseppe del (son of Zanobi; 1760–

1831) 325, 344

Rosso, Medardo (1758–1928) 249

Rosso, Zanobi del (1724–98) 77, 129, 260,

262, 264, 327

Rovere, Vittoria della 251; (frescoes celebrating)

234, 238; (portraits of) 223, 243

Rubens, Sir Peter Paul (1577–1640) 129,

237, 241, 243; (self-portrait) 241

Rucellai Madonna 113

Rucellai, Bernardo 182, 220

Rucellai, Giovanni 182, 219

Ruggieri, Ferdinando (1691–1741) 141,

148, 287, 327

Russian Church 325

Rustici, Giovanfrancesco (1473–1554, pupil

of Leonardo) 48, 67, 86, 94, 206

Ruysch, Rachele (1664–1750) 237

Ruysdael, Jacob van (1628/9–82) 129

Ryckaert, David (1612–61) 237

S

S. Agata 326

S. Agnese 326

S. Alessandro 306

S. Ambrogio 224

SS. Annunziata 172–76

S. Apollonia 154–55

SS. Apostoli 282

S. Barnaba 326

S. Bartolomeo 322

S. Carlo dei Lombardi 326

S. Croce 193–205

S. Domenico (Fiesole) 311

S. Egidio 326

S. Elisabetta delle Convertite 326

S. Felice 268

S. Felicita 287

S. Filippo Neri 327

S. Francesco (Fiesole) 306

S. Francesco dei Vanchetoni 327

S. Francesco di Paola 323

S. Frediano in Cestello 278

S. Gaetano 222

S. Giorgio sulla Costa 327

S. Giovanni di Dio 327

S. Giovannino dei Cavalieri 327

S. Giovannino degli Scolopi 327

S. Giuseppe 328

S. Gregorio alla Pace 290, 291

S. Jacopo sopr’Arno 328

S. Jacopo tra i Fossi 328

S. James’s 328

S. Leonardo in Arcetri 293

S. Lorenzo 141ff, 142, 209

S. Lucia dei Magnoli 289

S. Marco 155

S. Margherita 77

S. Margherita de’ Cerchi 77

S. Margherita a Montici 322

S. Maria degli Angeli 328

S. Maria dei Candeli 329

S. Maria del Carmine 274

S. Maria della Croce al Tempio 329

S. Maria del Fiore (see Duomo)

S. Maria Maddalena dei Pazzi 228

S. Maria Maggiore 329

S. Maria Novella 181

S. Maria Primerana 303

S. Maria a Ricorboli 330

S. Maria Sovraporta 105

S. Maria della Tromba 102

S. Mark’s 266

S. Martino a Maiano 317

S. Martino a Mensola 313

S. Martino del Vescovo 78

S. Michele a San Salvi 333

S. Michele Visdomini 330

S. Miniato al Monte 297

S. Niccolň al Ceppo 330

S. Niccolň Oltrarno 294

S. Pancrazio 221

S. Paolino 330

S. Piero in Gattolino 330

S. Remigio 207

S. Reparata 58

S. Romolo 303

S. Salvatore al Monte 296

S. Salvatore al Vescovo 331

S. Salvi 331

S. Sebastiano ‘dei Bini’ 333

S. Sepolcro 221

396 BLUE GUIDE FLORENCE

S. Simone 208

S. Spirito 269, 270

S. Stefano al Ponte 333

S. Tommaso d’Aquino 334

S. Trínita 212

S. Vito 323

Sabatelli, Luigi (1862–1926) 223, 238

Sagrestani, Giovanni Camillo (1660–1731)

77, 271, 279, 327

Salutati, Coluccio 11

Salvestrini, Cosimo (17C) 263

Salvi d’Andrea (fl. 1457–83) 270

Salviati family 76, 127

Salviati, Francesco (de Rossi; 1510–63) 46,

47, 204

Salvius, St 331

San Romano, battle of 115

Sangallo, Antonio the Elder (Antonio

Giamberti; 1455–1537) 170

Sangallo, Antonio the Younger (Antonio

Cordini, nephew of Antonio the Elder,

1483–1576) 173, 339

Sangallo, Aristotile da (nephew of Antonio the

Elder, 1481–1551) 341

Sangallo, Francesco da (son of Giuliano,

1494–1576) 95, 97, 101, 175, 193–94,

297; (self-portrait) 303

Sangallo, Giovanni Francesco (brother of

Aristotile, 1482–1530) 341

Sangallo, Giuliano da (brother of Antonio the

Elder, 1443/45–1516) 52, 186, 193, 211,

218, 228, 230, 273, 340; (attrib) 214, 229

Sansovino, Andrea (Andrea Contucci; c.

1470–1529) 67, 86, 273, 322

Sansovino, Jacopo (Tatti; 1486–1570, pupil of

Andrea) 48, 86, 95, 128; (circle of) 108

Santarelli, Emilio (1801–86) 153, 197, 301

Santi di Tito (1538–1603) 42, 48, 54, 73,

155, 176, 183, 186, 200, 201, 223, 229,

311, 327, 328, 334; (copies of works by)

323; (attrib) 267

Santucci, Antonio 132

Sargent, John Singer (1856–1925)

Sarrocchi, Tito (1824–1900) 52

Sassetta (Stefano di Giovanni; c. 1392–1451)

131, 315

Sassetti, Francesco 14, 214, 320; (bust of) 95

Sasso di Dante 75

Savonarola, Girolamo 14–15, 29, 34, 156,

159, 226; (cloak of) 161; (portraits of) 159,

161; (rooms occupied by) 161; (statue of)

156

Scala, Bartolomeo della 230

Scalzo, Chiostro dello 334

Scarpa, Carlo (1906–78) 110

Scheggia, Lo (Giovanni di Ser Giovanni,

brother of Masaccio; 1406–86) 57, 107,

165

Schenck, Christoph Daniel (1633–91) 255

Schissler family, instrument-makers 132, 133

Sciorina, Lorenzo della (16C) 287

Scipione (Gino Bonichi; 1904–33) 336

Scolari, Filippo degli 329

Scott, Geoffrey 310

Sebastiano del Piombo (Luciani; c. 1485–

1547) 128, 243

Seta, guild 104, 171

Setificio Fiorentino 279

Settignano 312

Severini, Gino (1883–1966) 249, 336

Shelley, Percy Bysshe 286

Siege of Florence 15

Siena 10, 15, 40

Signorelli, Luca (c. 1441–1523) 120, 123,

237, 315

Signoria, ruling body 9, 11, 12, 15

Signorini, Telemaco (1835–1901) 103, 248,

249, 337

Silk weavers guild 10 (see also Seta)

Silvani, Gherardo (1579–c. 1675) 154, 201,

208, 222, 229, 267, 274, 327, 339, 340,

342; (attrib) 292

Silvani, Pier Francesco (son of Gherardo;

1620–85) 155, 174, 222, 277, 327; (attrib)

283

Sironi, Mario (1885–1961) 249

Sisto, Fra’ (13C) 181

Siviero, Rodolfo 295

Sixtus IV, pope 112, 203; (portrait of) 127

Sloane, Francis 193

Smedley, Constance 339

Smollett, Tobias 340

INDEX 397

Soderini, Piero 159

Soderini, Piero 49

Sodini, Dante (1858–1934) 297

Sodoma (Giovanni Antonio del Bazzi;

1477–1549) 323

Soffici, Ardengo (1879–1964) 249

Soggi, Nicolň (c. 1480–1552) 79

Sogliani, Giovanni Antonio (1491–1544) 73,

159, 311, 330, 331, 332, 333, 344

Soldani Benzi, Massimiliano (1656–1740)

95, 97, 148, 223, 257, 338; (attrib) 107

Spadarino (Giovanni Antonio Galli; 1585–

before 1653) 130

Spadini, Armando (1883–1925) 249

Specola, La 338

Spedale degli Innocenti 170

Spence, William Blundell 310

Spencer-Stanhope, John Roddam (1829–

1908) 267

Spinazzi, Innocenzo (1718–98) 67, 198,

229, 263

Spinello Aretino (c. 1345–1410) 168, 201,

213, 300; (attrib) 330

Squarcialupi, Antonio 56

Stagi, Domenico (1711–83) 245

Starnina, Gherardo (fl. c. 1354–1413) 169

Stazione Centrale di Santa Maria Novella 191

Steen Jan (1625/6–79) 129

Stibbert, Frederick 52, 102, 320

Stockamer, Balthasar (17C) 255

Story, William Wetmore (1819–95) 268

Stradano, Giovanni (see Straet)

Stradivari, Antonio 166

Straet, Jan van der (1523–1605) 39, 40, 42,

44, 46, 200, 230

Straw Market (see Mercato Nuovo)

Strong, Charles Augustus 310

Strozzi family 290

Strozzi, Filippo 184, 217; (tomb of) 185

Strozzi, Palla 115, 158, 213

Strozzi, Zanobi (1412–68) 162; (attrib) 107,

160

Stuart, Prince Charles Edward 283, 342

Susini, Antonio (pupil of Giambologna, d.

1624) 173

Susini, Clemente (1754–1814) 338

Susini, Giovanni Francesco (nephew of

Antonio, 17C) 97, 222, 260, 263

Suttermans, Justus (1597–1681) 129, 223,

236, 239, 243, 244, 257, 289

Svevo, Italo 102

Synagogue 226

T

Tacca, Ferdinando (son of Pietro, 1619–86)

149, 283, 334, 344

Tacca, Pietro (1577–1640, pupil of

Giambologna) 97, 149, 170, 261, 291,

312, 336; (Porcellino) 103; (tomb of) 175

Tadda (see Ferrucci)

Talenti, Fra’ Jacopo (d. 1632) 181, 186, 188,

189; (attrib) 182

Talenti, Francesco (14C) 52, 60, 99

Talenti, Simone (14C, son of Francesco) 35;

(attrib) 100, 172

Tasso, Battista del (son of Marco the Elder; c.

1500–55) 44, 205

Tasso, Domenico del (1440–1508) 126

Tasso, Francesco del (1463–1519) 81

Tasso, Leonardo del (15C) 225

Tasso, Marco del (16C) 81, 264

Teatro Comunale 344

Teatro della Pergola 344

Teatro Goldoni 344

Teatro Verdi 344

Tedesco, Pietro di Giovanni (fl. 1386–1402)

(attrib) 100

Temple Leader, John 102, 219, 315, 317;

(tomb of) 297

Tenerani, Pietro (1789–1869) 247

Terreni, Giuseppe Maria (1739–1811) 234,

337

Thomire, Pierre-Philippe (1751–1843) 236,

244

Ticciati, Girolamo (1606–69) 200, 327, 328,

330

Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista (1696–1770) 129

Tino di Camaino (c. 1285–1338) 54, 93,

204, 274, 290; (attrib) 329

Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti; 1518–94) 128

Titian (Tiziano Vecellio; c. 1488–1576) 32,

127, 237, 238, 241, 243; (Venus of Urbino)

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127; (attrib) 243

Tivoli, Serafino de (19C) 247

Tooth, Rev. Charles 267

Tornabuoni frescoes, S. Maria Novella 185

Torre di Bellosguardo 323

Torricelli, Evangelista 135

Toscanelli, Paolo dal Pozzo 57, 58, 143, 265

Tosi, Arturo (1871–1956) 249, 336

Towers, general 76

Torre della Castagna 79

Torre della Pagliazza 77

Treffler, Philipp, clockmaker 39

Trefusis, Violet 323

Treves, Marco (1814–97) 226

Tribolo (Niccolň Pericoli; 1500–50) 86, 87,

97, 147, 163, 258, 263, 297, 318, 319;

(attrib) 150

Tribuna, Uffizi 121

Trinity 291; (symbolism of) 214, 332

Trollope, Anthony 342

Trollope, Fanny 230, 342

Tronci, organmakers 285

U

Uccello, Paolo (1396/7–1475) 28, 54, 55,

56, 59 115, 187–88, 301, 336; (attrib) 165

Uffizi 109ff

Ugo of Brandenburg 79; (monument to) 81

Ulivelli, Cosimo (1625–1704) 78, 163, 174,

228, 288

Urban VIII, pope 211, 214

Ussi, Stefano (1822–1901) 248, 295

Usury 24, 226

Utens, Justus (fl. early 17C) 337

V

Valentin de Boulogne (c. 1591–1632) 73

Vallombrosan Order 213, 331

Valori, Baccio 86; (portrait of) 243

Vangi, Giuliano (b. 1931) 289

Vanni, Andrea (c. 1332–1413) 114

Vanni, Francesco (1563–1610) 275

Vannini, Ottavio (1585–1643) 193, 222,

223, 254

Vasari Giorgio (1511–74) 32, 102, 122; (anecdotes

and art historical information from

the Lives) 24, 29, 53, 54, 68, 69, 84, 120,

126, 164, 186, 199, 227, 331, 332; (architecture

and sculpture by) 40, 105, 109,

131, 147, 149, 182, 193, 198, 226, 258,

265; (house of) 341; (paintings and frescoes

by) 39, 40, 41, 42, 44, 45, 46, 57, 59, 81,

122, 184, 186, 200, 282; (self-portrait)

176; (attrib) 221

Velázquez, Diego (1599–1660) 239

Venus Italica 242, 243

Venus of Urbino 127

Venusti, Marcello (c. 1512–79) 211

Veracini, Agostino (1689–1762) 325

Veronese (Paolo Caliari; 1528–88) 128, 241

Verrocchio Andrea del (1435–88, master of

Leonardo da Vinci) 44, 53, 69, 95, 96, 99,

120, 144, 145, 146, 180; (copies of works

by) 40; (David) 94; (tomb of) 224; (attrib)

79, 95, 200, 241, 272; (school of) 79

Vespucci, Amerigo 284, 327

Via de’ Bardi 289

Via de’ Benci 206–07

Via del Corso 76–77

Via del Fico 208

Via de’ Ginori 153–54

Via Maggio 266

Via Porta Rossa 106

Via del Proconsolo 83

Via Romana 268

Via dei Servi 170

Via delle Terme 105

Via Tornabuoni 216

Vieusseux, Gian Pietro 218, 230

Vignali, Jacopo (1592–1664) 140, 208, 222,

327

Villas

Le Balze 310

Bardini 292

Boccaccio 314

Brichieri-Colombi 323

La Capponcina 312

di Careggi 317

di Castello 319

La Colombaia 324

Le Coste 310

Demidoff 321

INDEX 399

Villas contd

Dupré 310

Gamberaia 313

di Gioiello 322

di Maiano 315

Medici 310

Mercedes 323

Michelangelo 312

di Montauto 323

dell’Ombrellino 323

della Petraia 317

Peyron 315

La Pietra 320

di Poggio Gherardo 313

Ravŕ 322

Strozzi 323

dello Strozzino 323

il Tasso 342

I Tatti 314

Villino Broggi-Caraceni 338

Villino Ravazzini 338

Villino Trollope 342

Vincigliata 315

Vittorio Emanuele II 17, 317

Vittorio Emanuele III 249, 317

Viviani, Vincenzo, pupil of Galileo 39, 132,

135; (tomb of) 200

Vivoli, ice cream shop 208, 371

Volpaia, Girolamo della, instrument maker

132

Volpaia, Lorenzo della, clockmaker 39

Volpi, Elia 106, 206

Volta, Alessandro 135

Volterrano (Baldassare Franceschini;

1611–89) 173, 175, 230, 234–36, 268,

318, 327, 330

W

Waldensians 325

Walpole, Horace 340

Walter of Antwerp (16C) 46

Walter de Brienne 50

Watts, George Frederic (1817–1904) 317

yden, Rogier van der (1399–1464) 120

Wilde, Richard Henry 93

Willa of Tuscia 79

Willis, organmakers 328

Wolf, Dr Gerhard 21

Wool guild (see Lana)

Wool industry (see Cloth industry)

Z

Zandomeneghi, Federico (1841–1917) 248

Zeffirini, Onofrio, organmaker 81, 327

Zenobius, St 58, 141

Zocchi, Cesare (1851–1922) 211

Zocchi, Giuseppe (1711–67) 325, 337

Zuccari, Federico (1542–1609) 57, 59, 343

Zucchi, Jacopo (c. 1540–96) 40

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Abbadia Isola 299

Abbazia di Farneta 569

Abbazia di Moscheta 121

Abbadia San Salvatore 328–29

Abetone 192

Accademia della Crusca 14, 102

Acone 125

Acquacheta waterfall 125

Acton, Sir Harold 15, 104

Ademollo, Luigi (painter; 1764–1849) 110, 415,

462, 482, 503, 545

Adeodato (sculptor; brother of Gruamonte; 12C)

178

Agnelli, Fra’ Guglielmo 453

Agnes of Montepulciano, St 339–40

Agnolo di Ventura (sculptor; d.1348) 545

Agostino di Duccio (sculptor; 1418–81) 513

Agostino di Giovanni (sculptor and architect;

fl.1310–d. before 1348) 228, 545

Alberese 378

Alberti, Alberto (architect and woodcarver;

c.1525–98) 573, 578

Alberti, Alessandro (painter; son of Alberto;

1551–90) 576

Alberti, Cherubino (painter; son of Alberto;

1553–1618) 573, 575, 578

Alberti, Durante (painter; 1538–1613) 573

Alberti, Giovanni (painter; son of Alberto;

1558–1601) 576, 578

Alberti, Leon Battista (architect; 1404–72) 53,

61, 64, 85, 137, 302, 304

Alberti, Pier Francesco (painter; son of Durante;

1584–1638) 573

Albertinelli, Mariotto (painter; 1474–1515) 109

Aldi, Pietro (painter; 1852–88) 204, 229, 359,

364, 384

Alexander III, pope 229–30

Alexander VI, pope 306

Alfieri, Vittorio 243; (monument to) 15, 52

Algarotti, Francesco 445

Allori, Alessandro (painter; 1535–1607) 29, 74,

122, 147, 148, 180, 186, 212, 451, 456, 459,

462, 476, 480, 547, 566

Allori, Cristofano (painter; son of Alessandro;

1577–1621) 180, 185, 441, 451; (self-portrait)

562; (attributions) 121, 564

Amati, Amato (woodcarver and painter; 17C)

323

Amati, Benedetto (woodcarver and painter; 17C)

323

Amati, Pietro (sculptor; 17C) 324

Ambrogio di Baldese (painter; 1352–1429) 158,

169

Ammannati, Bartolomeo (sculptor; 1511–92) 27,

29, 56, 66, 67, 72, 103, 441, 481, 482, 505,

548; (attributions) 126, 410, 414

Ancaiano 267

Anchiano 144

Andrea di Bonaiuto (Andrea da Firenze; painter;

1343–77) 55, 444, 447

Andrea del Castagno (painter; c.1420–57) 46,

59, 60, 464; (birthplace of) 125

Andrea da Firenze; (see Andrea di Bonaiuto)

Andrea di Giusto (Andrea Manzini; painter; pupil

of Massacio; fl. 1424–50) 127, 152, 166, 170

Andrea di Nerio (painter; master of Spinello

Aretino; fl. 1331–69) 546

Andrea di Niccolò (painter; after 1440–1512)

204, 275, 297, 341, 373

Andrea del Sarto (painter; 1486–1530) 60, 61,

62, 68, 147, 438, 441, 564, 565; (self-portrait)

61

Andreotti, Libero (sculptor; 1875–1933) 187,

188

Angeli, Giuseppe (painter; 1712–98) 566

Angelico, Fra’ (Guido di Pietro; painter;

c.1400–55) 58–59, 93, 129, 418, 454, 564,

568; (birthplace of) 123

Angelo di Lorentino (painter; 16C) 546

Angelo di Nalduccio (painter; 14C) 316

Anghiari 578–80

INDEX

More detailed or explanatory references (where there are many references listed), or references

to an artist’s masterpiece (in cases where it is not listed by name), are given in bold.

Numbers in italics are picture references. Dates are given for all artists and sculptors.

Conjectural or insecure attributions to artists and sculptors are not indexed. Saints’ names

for towns are written out in full (San Gimignano); churches are listed as S. Martino, S.

Agata etc.

INDEX 603

Anghiari, battle of 12, 28, 578–79; (museum of)

579

Annigoni, Pietro (painter; 1910–88) 105, 117,

185, 186, 519

d’Annunzio, Gabriele 95, 504

Ansanus, St 204

Ansedonia 382

Antignano 424

Antinori family 397

Antoninus, St 44, 58

Antonio d’Anghiari (painter; master of Piero della

Francesca; 15C) 539

Antonio da Colle (sculptor; fl. 1469–90) 287

Antonio di Girolamo da Ugolino (painter; active

mid-16C) 200

Antonio Veneziano (painter; 1319–83) 444, 447

Appianus, St 211

Aprili, Pietro (sculptor; fl. 1504–58) 507

Apuan Alps, park of 499

Arcangelo di Cola da Camerino (painter; fl.

1416–29) 526

Arcetri 106

Arcidosso 323–24

Ardenza 423

Arezzo 8, 534–51

Duomo 543–45

Petrarch’s house 542–43

Pieve di Santa Maria 540–41

San Francesco 535–39

True Cross frescoes 536–37

Vasari’s house 547–48

Arno, river 10, 16, 66

Arnolfo di Cambio (architect; c.1245–1302) 41,

45, 49, 239; (attributions) 28, 50, 128, 131,

525; (birthplace of) 294

Arrigo di Niccolò (painter; 15C) 464

Artimino 150

Asciano 268–70

Aspertini, Amico (painter; 1474–1552) 483,

484

Atho, bishop and saint 172

Augustine, St 423; fresco cycle of 290

Augustus, emperor 220; (head of) 346

Aulla 511

Azzolini, Tito (architect; 1837–1907) 177

B

Bacci, Baccio Maria (painter; 1888–1974) 528

Baccio d’Agnolo (architect; 1462–1543) 65, 187,

339

Baccio da Montelupo (sculptor and architect;

1469–1535) 125, 475, 491, 491, 550; (attributions)

295; (birthplace of) 139

Bachiacca (Antonio Ubertini; painter;

1494–1557) 293

Baciocchi, Elisa 14, 21, 147, 470, 482, 491, 493,

506

Badaloni, Angelo (architect; 1849–1920) 422

Badia del Borgo 122

Badia di Coltibuono 203

Badia a Coneo 295

Badia Fiesolana 93

Badia a Passignano 211–12

Badia Prataglia 527

Badia a Ripoli 109

Badia di San Salvatore a Settimo 138

Badia di San Salvatore a Soffena 131

Badia Tedalda 578

Bagni di Lucca 493

Bagni di Petriolo 373

Bagni San Filippo 315

Bagno di Cetica 523

Bagno a Ripoli 109

Bagno Vignoni 314–15, 314

Balbo, Italo 381

Baldassare di Biagio (painter; collaborator with

Matteo Civitali; late 15C) 475

Baldi, Lazzaro (painter; c.1624–1703) 179

Baldovinetti, Alesso (painter; 1425–99) 78; (attributions)

440

Balducci, Giovanni (Il Cosci; painter; 1560–after

1631) 289, 408, 413, 526; (attributions) 120

Balze, Le (Volterra) 414

Bandinelli, Baccio (sculptor; 1493–1560) 27, 39,

44, 508; (tomb of) 61

Bandini, Giorgio (painter; 1830–99) 568

Bandini, Giovanni (Giovanni dell’Opera; sculptor;

1540–99) 421

Banti, Cristiano (painter; 1824–1904) 423

Baratta, Francesco (sculptor; pupil of Bernini;

1600–60) 465

Baratta, Giovanni (sculptor; pupil of Foggini;

nephew of Francesco; 1670–1747) 130, 421, 511

Baratta, Odoardo (sculptor; 19C) 545

Barberino Val d’Elsa 210

Barbiana 123

Bardi family 10, 74

Barga 497–98

Barili, Antonio di Neri (woodcarver; 1453–1516)

309

Barocci, Federico (painter; 1526–1612) 476

Barsanti, Eugenio 502

Bartolini, Lorenzo (sculptor; 1777–1850) 30, 61,

170, 447, 482, 510, 522, 562

Bartolo di Fredi (painter; c.1330–1410) 285,

286, 287, 288, 289, 306, 316, 351, 556

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Bartolo, Blessed 289

Bartolomeo, Fra’ (painter; 1475–1517) 58, 69,

409, 452, 464, 480, 488

Bartolomeo della Gatta (Pietro di Antonio Dei;

painter; 1448–1502) 546, 549, 550, 552, 564,

568, 573

Bartolomeo di Giovanni (painter; active

1480–1501) 128

Bassano, Leandro (Leandro da Ponte; painter;

1557–1622) 476

Batignano 371

Batoni, Pompeo (painter; 1708–87) 489

Battifolle, Count Simone da 525, 528

Battini, Luca (painter; b.1971) 457

Battista da Pisa (painter; 14C) 502

Beccafumi, Domenico (painter; pupil of Sodoma;

1485–1551) 230, 234, 237, 238, 243, 248,

249, 250, 253, 254, 265, 258, 341, 438; (atributions)

257; (house of) 252

Beevor, Kinta 511

Belandini, Enrico (goldsmith; active mid-14C)

175

Bella, Stefano della (engraver; 1610–64) 485

Bellini, Giovanni (painter; c.1433–1516) 37;

(attributions) 170

Bellosguardo 107

Belverde archaeological park 343

Benedetto di Bindo (painter; d.1417) 238

Benedetto da Maiano (sculptor; brother of

Giuliano and Giovanni; 1442–97) 29, 45, 46,

52, 54, 120, 166, 172, 261, 286, 287, 289,

336, 551; (attributions) 259, 550

Benedict, St, fresco cycle of 271

Benti, Donato (sculptor and architect;

1470–c.1536) 503, 504, 505

Benvenuti, Pietro (degli Ordini; painter; fl.

1458–d.1484) 156, 545

Benvenuto di Giovanni (painter; 1436–c.1518)

235, 239, 245, 253, 261, 274, 317, 351, 410,

414–15; (attributions) 363

Berenson, Bernard 15, 94, 133, 148

Bergamini, Alessandro (architect; son of

Giovanni; 1676–1711) 506

Bergamini, Giovanni Francesco (architect; active

late 17C) 506, 507

Berlinghiero (Berlinghiero Berlinghieri; painter;

early 13C) 146, 191, 453

Berlinghieri, Bonaventura (painter; son of

Berlinghiero; active 1235–75) 188

Bernabei, Tommaso (see Papacello)

Bernardino di Antonio del Signoraccio

(Bernardino Detti; painter; 1460–c.1532) 177,

182, 186

Bernardino of Siena, St 164, 258, 262, 398; (portrait

of) 349, 338

Bernini, Gian Lorenzo (sculptor, architect and

painter; 1598–1680) 179, 238; (attributions)

180

Berrettini, Filippo (architect and sculptor; uncle

of Pietro da Cortona; 1582–1644) 552, 561,

566

Berrettini, Lorenzo (painter; nephew of Pietro da

Cortona; 1620–72) 563, 564

Berti, Antonio (sculptor; 1904–90) 529

Berti, Giovanni (sculptor; fl. 1564) 318

Bertini, Francesco (painter; 18C) 252

Bettarini, Luigi (architect; 1790–1850) 418

Bezzuoli, Giuseppe (painter; 1784–1855) 105,

116, 173, 176, 418

Biagi, Giuliano (painter; active late 16C) 295

Biagio d’Antonio (painter; 1446–1516) 209

Bianchi, Gaetano (painter; 1819–92) 79, 100,

120, 511

Bibbiena 526

Bibbiena, Il (see Galli)

Bicci di Lorenzo (painter; son of Lorenzo di Bicci;

1373–1452) 76, 87, 89, 109, 121, 131, 137,

143, 186, 210, 519, 526, 527, 536, 562

Biduino (sculptor; late 12C) 452, 485, 486, 491

Bigarelli, Guido (see Guido da Como)

Bilivert, Giovanni (painter; 1576–1644) 456, 457

Bimbi, Bartolomeo (painter; 1648–1730) 148

Bistolfi, Leonardo (sculptor; 1859–1935) 498

Bizzelli, Giovanni (painter; 1556–1612) 521

Boccaccio, Giovanni 85, 94, 157; (bust of) 157;

(house of) 156; (will of) 256

Boccheggiano 402

Boccherini, Luigi, monument to 487

Boldini, Giovanni (painter; 1842–1931) 175, 423

Bolgheri 396–97

Bonamico (sculptor; 12C) 297

Bonanno da Pisa (sculptor; fl. 1174–86) 437,

441, 449

Bonaventure, St 119

Bonechi, Matteo (painter; 1672–c.1750) 130, 153

Boni, Giuseppe (architect; 1884–1936) 509

Bordone, Paris (painter; 1500–70) 251

Bordoni, Francesco (sculptor; c.1580–1654) 295

Borghese, Pauline, villa of 500

Borgo a Buggiano 186

Borgo alla Collina 522

Borgo a Mozzano 492

Borgo San Lorenzo 115–17

Borgo San Sepolcro (see Sansepolcro)

Borgognone, Il (Jacques Courtois; painter;

c.1628–79) 305

Bosco ai Frati 119

Botti, Francesco (painter; c.1640–1710) 521

Botticelli, Sandro (Alessandro Filipepi; painter;

1445–1510) 34–36, 139; (Birth of Venus) 35,

102, 337; (attributions) 171

Botticini, Francesco (painter; pupil of Verrocchio;

1446–98) 142, 170

Botticini, Raffaello (painter; son of Francesco; fl.

1474–1520) 141, 142

Bozzolini, Bartolomeo (sculptor; active late 15C)

527

Bregno, Andrea (Andrea da Milano; sculptor;

c.1421–1506) 239

Bresci, Gaetano 509

Brill, Paul (painter; 1554–1626) 476

Brina, Francesco (painter; c.1540–86) 293, 527

Brina, Giovanni (painter; brother of Francesco;

d.1599) 186, 293

Bronzino (Agnolo di Cosimo Tori; painter;

1503–72) 29, 37, 102, 451, 456, 476; (attributions)

524

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 78, 455

Brueghel, Jan, the Elder (painter; 1568–1625)

148

Brunelleschi, Filippo (sculptor and architect;

1377–1446) 41, 45, 52, 62, 63, 74, 137, 173,

461; (Crucifix) 54; (Florence dome) 11, 46, 50;

(Pazzi Chapel) 52; (S. Lorenzo) 55, 56; (bust

of) 46; (tomb of) 46; (attributions) 67;

Bruni, Leonardo 85; (tomb of) 52

Bruschi, Ivan 542

Bucche delle Fate, necropolis 392

Bucchio 521

Bucelli, Pietro 336, 338

Buffalmacco (Bonamico di Cristofano; painter;

1262–1340) 446, 446, 447, 549

Buggiano (Andrea di Lazzaro Cavalcanti; architect;

adopted son of Brunelleschi; 1412–62) 46,

187; (attributions) 188, 527

Buggiano Castello 186

Buglioni, Benedetto (sculptor; master of Santi;

1461–1521) 45, 120, 178, 192, 208, 209, 296,

321, 454, 499, 507, 520, 579; (attributions)

123, 129, 581

Buglioni, Santi (Santi di Michele Viviani; sculptor;

1494–1576) 178, 200, 296, 321, 527,

579; (attributions) 133

Bulgarini, Bartolomeo (painter; 1337–78) 258,

306; (attributions) 325

Buontalenti, Bernardo (architect; 1531–1608) 36,

71, 76, 85, 105, 117, 145, 150, 181, 274, 384,

420, 456, 458; (attributions) 487

Burckhardt, Jacob 15

Buriano 374

Burlamacchi, Francesco 473

Buscheto (architect; 11C or 12C) 437

Busoni, Ferruccio 141

Buti, Lodovico (painter; c.1560–1603) 138, 179,

451, 527

Butteri, Giovanni Maria (painter; c.1540–1606)

547, 548

Byron, Lord 157, 425, 455, 493

Byzantine, Byzantines 8, 470

C

Cabianca, Vincenzo (painter; 1827–1902) 423

Caccini, Giovanni Battista (sculptor;

1559/92–1613) 133, 212, 295

Cafaggi, Domenico (sculptor; 1530–1606) 237

Caffà, Melchiorre (sculptor; 1630/35–after 1667)

238

Cala Grande 384

Cala Martina 377–78

Cala Violina 377

Calci 460

Caldana 375

Calomini, hermitage of 498

Calvino, Italo (tomb of) 376

Camaino di Crescenzio (sculptor; father of Tino;

1285–after 1325) 233, 244

Camaiore 502

Camaldoli 523–24

Cambi, Ulisse (sculptor; 1807–95) 163, 473

Cambiaso, Luca (painter; 1527–85) 513

Campagnatico 373

Campaldino, battle of 522, 534

Campiglia d’Orcia 313

Campiglia Marittima 394, 395

Camporgiano 500

Cancelli 131

Candido, Pietro (see Witte)

Canova, Antonio (sculptor; 1757–1822) 15, 52,

69, 509, 510

Canozzi da Lendinara, Cristoforo (woodcarver;

1426–after 1488) 488

Cantagalli, Ulisse (ceramicist; d.1901) 79

Cantagallina, Antonio (architect; fl. 1604–09)

418

Canuti, Domenico Maria (painter; 1620–84)

238

Capalbio 385

Caporali, Giovanni Battista (architect;

c.1476–1560) 569

Cappellini, Giuseppe (architect; 1812–76) 422

Cappello, Bianca 122, 146; (portrait of) 476

Cappuccini, church of (Monte Amiata) 323

606 INDEX

Chianti League 197

Chiarone 385

Chigi, Cardinal Flavio 266, 309, 310

Chimaera 63, 63

Chini workshop 118, 122, 125

Chini, Augusto (ceramicist; son of Chino;

b.1904) 116

Chini, Chino (ceramicist; cousin of Galileo;

1870–1957) 115

Chini, Dino (ceramicist; cousin of Galileo;

1884–1960) 122

Chini, Galileo (painter and ceramicist;

1873–1956) 115, 116, 117, 177, 185, 465,

500

Chini, Tito (ceramicist; son of Chino;

1898–1947) 116, 121

Chirico, Giorgio de (painter; 1888–1978) 500

Chiusdino 278

Chiusi 343–48

Ciampelli, Agostino (painter; before 1577–1642)

549

Cignaroli, Gianbettino (painter; 1706–70) 513

Cigoli (Lodovico Cardi; painter; 1559–1613)

127, 128, 143, 176, 293, 295, 451, 463, 464,

465, 488, 564

Cimabue (Cenni di Peppi; painter; c.1240–1302)

52, 438, 440, 546; (Maestà) 31

Cino da Pistoia 172

Cioli, Raffaello (sculptor; fl. 1522–25) 408

Cioli, Valerio (sculptor; 1529–99) 73

Circignani, Niccolò (see Pomarancio)

Civitali, Masseo (sculptor; nephew of Matteo; d.

after 1511) 478, 484, 488

Civitali, Matteo (sculptor; c.1436–1501) 448,

473, 475, 477, 478, 480, 482, 487, 488, 489,

491, 492, 500; (shrine of Volto Santo) 478–79;

(Virgin Annunciate) 484, 484; (birthplace and

burial place of) 485; (statue of) 473; (attributions)

187

Civitali, Nicolao (sculptor; son of Matteo;

1482–1560) 475, 478, 480

Civitali, Vincenzo (sculptor; grandson of Matteo;

1523–97) 475, 478, 480, 488

Civitali, Vincenzo di Bartolomeo (sculptor;

nephew of Matteo and brother of Masseo; 15C)

478, 484, 487

Civitella in Val di Chiana 554

Clement IX, pope (Giulio Rospigliosi) 176, 179

Clement VII, pope (Giulio de’ Medici) 13, 207,

315, 474; (commissions and foundations by)

56, 57

Cleve, Joos van (painter; d.1540) 37

Clouet, François (painter; 1510–72) 38

Colle di Val d’Elsa 291–95

Colline Metallifere 6, 390, 398

Collodi 189–91

Colonna, Angelo Michele (painter; 1604–87) 70,

485

Comeana 149

Commodi, Andrea (painter; 1560–1638) 564,

567

Compiobbi 110

Conca, Sebastiano (painter; 1679–1764) 259,

384, 486; (attributions) 256

Consagra, Pietro (sculptor; 1920–2005) 191

Consani, Vincenzo (sculptor; 1818–87) 473

Conti, Primo (painter; 1900–88) 92

Contignano 311

Convento delle Celle 569

Coppo di Marcovaldo (painter; fl. 1261–75) 174,

255, 288; (attributions) 50, 208

Corcos, Vittorio (painter; 1859–1933) 423

Coreglia Antelminelli 498

Correggio (Antonio Allegri; painter; 1489–1534)

37

Corsignano (see Pienza)

Corso di Buono (painter; 13C) 140

Cortona 559–69

Cosa 382

Cosini, Silvio (sculptor; 1502–47) 413

Covatti, Ascanio (sculptor; d.1632) 568

Covatti, Bernardino (sculptor; fl. early 16C) 569

Cozza, Francesco (painter; 1605–82) 318

Cozzarelli, Giacomo (sculptor and architect;

1453–1515) 253, 262; (attributions) 155, 256

Cozzarelli, Guidoccio (sculptor; 1450–1516/17)

235, 239, 267, 317, 351, 359, 373

Cranach, Lucas the Elder (painter; 1472–1553)

37

Crespi, Giuseppe Maria (Il Cerano; painter;

1557–1633) 456, 565

Crespina 467

Crete Senesi 268–74

Cristiani, Giovanni di Bartolomeo (painter; fl.

1370–90) 175, 176, 182; (attributions) 180

Cristofanello (Giovanni Battista di Cristofano

Infregliati; sculptor and architect; early 16C)

563, 565, 566

Cristoforo di Bindoccio (painter; fl. 1361–1406)

373

Crivelli, Carlo (painter; c.1435–95) 79

Cronaca (Simone del Pollaiolo; architect; relative

of Antiono and Piero; 1457–1508) 64

Crosten, Vittorio (woodcarver; later 17C) 148

Cuna 275

Cungi, Leonardo (painter; d.1569) 576

INDEX 607

Capra, Alessandro (architect; 1608–83) 512

Capraia, island of 429

Caprese Michelangelo 529

Capriani, Francesco (architect; late 16C) 408

Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi; painter;

1571–1610) 39, 170; (death of) 383

Carducci, Giosuè 396, 397, 451; (house of) 504

Careggi (see Villas)

Carmignano 150–51

Caroselli, Angelo (painter; 1585–1652) 549

Carosi, Bartolomeo 350

Carrà, Carlo (painter; 1881–1966) 500

Carracci, Annibale (painter; 1560–1609) 441

Carracci, Ludovico (painter; cousin of Annibale;

1555–1619) 549

Carrara 508–10

Caruso, Enrico 138

Cascate del Gorello 364

Cascia 131

Casciana Alta 466

Casciana Terme 466

Cascina 462–63; battle of 28

Casentino 517ff

Casolani, Alessandro (painter; c.1552–1607)

238, 253, 296, 370; (attributions) 327

Casole d’Elsa 296

Cassana, Niccolò (painter; 1659–1713) 68

Cassioli, Amos (painter; 1832–91) 229, 254,

270, 296

Cassioli, Giuseppe (painter and sculptor; brother

of Amos; 1865–1942) 125

Castagneto Carducci 397

Castagno d’Andrea 125

Castel del Piano 322–23

Castel di Pietra 375

Castel del Poggio 96

Castel San Niccolò 522

Castelfalfi 155

Castelfiorentino 153–54

Castelfranco di Sopra 131

Castelfranco di Sotto 462

Castellina in Chianti 205–06

Castello di Brolio 204

Castello di Celsa 265–66

Castello di Palagio 519

Castello di Romena 516, 517

Castello del Trebbio 110

Castello di Trebbio 117–18

Castello di Vincigliata 96

Castellucci, Giuseppe (architect; 1863–1939)

210, 519

Castellucci, Salvi (painter; pupil of Pietro da

Cortona; 1608–72) 544, 548

Castelluccio Bifolchi 312

Castelmuzio 349

Castelnuovo Berardenga 204

Castelnuovo di Garfagnana 499

Castelvecchio 189

Castelvecchio Pascoli 498

Castiglion Fiorentino 552

Castiglioncello 424

Castiglione di Garfagnana 499

Castiglione d’Orcia 313

Castiglione della Pescaia 376

Castracani, Castruccio 145, 171, 470, 482, 485,

502, 504

Castro, Angelo di (architect; 1901–89) 420

Cateau-Cambrésis, treaty of 221, 315

Catherine of Siena, St 260, 310, 458; (house of)

259; (portrait of) 260; (relics of) 261

Cavriglia 129

Ceccarelli, Gaetano (architect; 1872–1919) 257

Cecco di Pietro (painter; 1370–1402) 454

Cecina 425

Cecioni, Adriano (painter and sculptor;

1836–86) 549

Celle dei Puccini 492

Cellini, Benvenuto (goldsmith; 1500–71) 27, 44;

(house of) 123; (tomb of) 62

Cellino di Nese (sculptor; 14C) 172, 174, 443

Cenni di Francesco (di Ser Cenni; painter; fl.

1395–1415) 152, 208, 209, 210, 282, 413,

464

Cennini, Cennino (sculptor; pupil of Agnolo

Gaddi; c.1370–c.1440) 293, 294, 298

Cerbaiolo, hermitage of 578

Cerbonius, St 399, 400

Ceroli, Mario (sculptor; b.1938) 144

Cerreto Guidi 145

Cerri, Vincenzo (sculptor; d.1903) 422

Certaldo 156–58

Certosa del Galluzzo 107–09

Certosa di Pisa 461

Certosa di Pontignano 206

Cetica 522

Cetona 341–42

Charlemagne, Holy Roman Emperor 8

Charles of Anjou, King of Naples 130, 220

Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor 220, 470

Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor 6, 13, 221, 271,

368

Charles VIII, King of France 13, 436

Chateaubriand, François-René de 322

Chianciano Terme 340

Chianciano Vecchia 340

Chianti 197ff

INDEX 609

362, 363; (Montecalvario) 206; (Murlo) 275;

(Pianacce) 341; (Poggio Civitate) 275; (San

Cerbone) 390, 391; (Sirena) 362; (Sodo) 563,

569–70; (Sovana) 362; (Vetulonia) 374

F

Fabbrucci, Francesco (sculptor; 1687–1767) 566

Falcini, Mariano (architect; 1804–85) 567

Fancelli, Chiarissimo (sculptor; d.1632) 438, 451

Fancelli, Cosimo (architect; 1620–88) 109

Fancelli, Giovanni (sculptor; 16C) 451

Fancelli, Giuseppe (architect; 1829–67) 96

Fancelli, Pandolfo (sculptor; d.1526) 438

Fantastici, Agostino (architect; 1782–1845) 318

Farinati, Paolo (painter; 1524–1606) 547

Fattori, Giovanni (painter; 1825–1908) 70, 185,

423; (funerary monument) 424

Fattoria di Celle 183–84

Fazzi, Arnaldo (sculptor; 19C) 473

Federighi, Antonio (sculptor and architect;

c.1420–90) 228, 232, 234, 235, 239, 254, 256

Fedi, Pio (sculptor; 1816–92) 26, 27, 30

Felice da Sambuca, Fra’ (painter; 1734–1805)

186

Ferdinand III, grand duke, statue of 418

Ferdinanda, La (see Villas, Artimino)

Ferrari, Andrea (sculptor; 17C) 376

Ferrari, Ettore (sculptor; 1848–1929) 453

Ferrata, Ercole (sculptor; pupil of Bernini;

1610–86) 238

Ferretti, Giovanni Domenico (painter;

1692–c.1768) 152, 153, 199, 414, 449, 519,

552

Ferri, Antonio Maria (architect; 1651–1716) 102,

188, 465

Ferri, Ciro (painter; pupil of Pietro da Cortona;

1634–89) 562

Ferri, Simone (painter; fl. 1571) 519

Ferrucci, Andrea (sculptor; 1465–1526) 172,

409; (attributions) 145

Ferrucci, Francesco (Il Tadda; sculptor;

1497–1585) 445

Ferrucci, Francesco di Simone (sculptor; cousin

of Andrea; 1437–93) 166

Ferrucci, Nicodemo (painter; pupil of

Passignano; 1574–1650) 192

Fiamberti, Tommaso (sculptor; d.1524/5) 295,

524

Ficherelli, Felice (painter; 1605–69) 177

Ficino, Marsilio 127

Fidani, Orazio (painter; c.1610–56) 109, 463,

466

Figline Valdarno 127

Fina, St 286

Firenzuola 121

Florence 9ff, 21ff

Art of 24–25

Badia Fiorentina 43

Baptistery 47–49

Bargello 44–45

Boboli Gardens 71–73

Brancacci Chapel 75–76

Casa Buonarroti 53

Corridoio Vasariano 39

Duomo 45–47

English cemetery 78

Forte di Belvedere 76

Galleria dell’Accademia 60–61

Guilds of 10, 41–42, 42

Laurentian Library 56

Loeser Collection 29

Loggia della Signoria 27–28

Medici Venus 36

Mercato Nuovo 40, 83

Museo Archeologico 63–64

Museo Horne 52

Museo dell’Opera del Duomo 49–50

Museo dell’Opificio delle Pietre Dure 61

Museo delle Porcellane 72

Museo Stibbert 79

Museo di Storia della Scienza 39

Ognissanti 59–60

Orsanmichele 41–43

Palazzo Antinori 65

Palazzo dell’Arte della Lana 43

Palazzo dell’Arte della Seta 39

Palazzo Bartolini-Salimbeni 65

Palazzo Davanzati 40

Palazzo Medici-Riccardi 55

Palazzi dei Mozzi 74

Palazzo Pitti 67–71

Palazzo Rucellai 64

Palazzo Strozzi 64

Palazzo Vecchio 28–29

Pazzi Chapel 52

Pazzi conspiracy 46, 52

Piazza della Signoria 27

Piazzale Michelangelo 78

Ponte Santa Trinita 66

Ponte Vecchio 66

SS Annunziata 61–62

S. Apollonia 59

SS. Apostoli 41

S. Croce 50–52

S. Felicita 74

S. Lorenzo 55–58

608 INDEX

Cupola, La 211

Curradi, Francesco (painter; 1570–1661) 102,

109, 124, 176, 295, 408, 409, 413, 463

Cutigliano 192

Cutting, Lady Sybil 92

Cuvier, Georges 130

D

Daddi, Bernardo (painter; d.1348) 32, 43, 89,

170, 467; (attributions) 123, 125, 137

Daddi, Cosimo (painter; d.1630) 100, 409, 413,

414; (attributions) 101

Daggiù, Il (Francesco Capella; painter; 1711–84)

565

Dandini, Cesare (painter; uncle of Pietro;

c.1595–1658) 413, 452

Dandini, Ottaviano (painter; son of Pietro;

c.1707–40) 179

Dandini, Pietro (painter; 1646–1712) 101, 176,

185, 188, 209, 238, 294, 414

Daniele da Volterra (Daniele Ricciarelli; painter

and sculptor; 1509–66) 410, 488

Dante Alighieri 10, 11, 43–44, 124, 140, 175,

204, 282, 288, 299, 376, 438, 451, 464, 511,

517–18, 520, 522

Danti, Vincenzo (sculptor; 1530–76) 166

Datini, Francesco di Marco 169, 170; (tomb of)

168

David, by Michelangelo 27, 60

Dennis, George 7, 362

Desiderio da Settignano (sculptor;

1429/30–1464) 45, 52, 56, 94; (attributions)

580

Diaccia Botrona nature reserve 377

Diamante, Fra’ (painter; c.1430–98) 166, 170

Dickens, Charles 322, 454

Dicomano 124–25

Dieci Castelli 189

Diecimo 492

Digny, Luigi Cambray (architect; 1779–1843)

169

Diodati, Ottaviano 189

Diotisalvi (architect; 12C) 443, 458

Doccia 110

Doceno, Il (see Gherardi)

Dofana 204

Dolci, Carlo (painter; 1616–86) 170, 476, 549

Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri; painter;

1581–1641) 409, 476

Domenico di Agostino (architect; d.before 1369)

244, 401

Domenico di Bartolo (painter; c.1400–45) 237,

246, 248

Domenico di Michelino (painter; 15C) 414, 465,

520

Domenico di Niccolò dei Cori (sculptor;

c.1362–before 1453) 230, 235, 237, 306, 316,

372

Domenico Veneziano (painter; master of Piero

della Francesca; 1404–61) 33

Donatello (Donato di Niccolà di Betto Bardi;

sculptor; c.1386–1466) 42, 46, 49, 52, 56,

145, 162, 163, 167, 239, 351, 454, 465, 488;

(Crucifix) 52; (David) 45; (Feast of Herod) 244,

245; (John the Baptist) 239; (Judith and

Holofernes) 27, 29; (Mary Magdalen) 49; (St

George) 42, 45; (tomb of) 56; (attributions)

234, 244

Donizetti, Gaetano 376

Donoratico, castle of 397

Dovizi da Bibbiena, Cardinal Barnardo 526; (portrait

of) 68

Duccio di Buoninsegna (painter; c.1260–1319)

24–25, 241, 242, 243, 247; (Maestà) 241–42,

256; (Rucellai Madonna) 31–32, 31; (house of)

253; (attributions) 274, 371

Dudley, Sir Robert 102, 417, 421

Dughet, Gaspare (painter; 1613–75) 549

Dupré, Giovanni (sculptor; 1817–82) 30, 229,

254, 445, 510

Duquesnoy, François (sculptor; 1594–1643) 418

Dürer, Albrecht (painter; 1471–1528) 37, 251

E

Elba, island of 426–29

Eleanor of Toledo 57, 67, 384; (portrait of) 37,

456

Elias, Brother (Elias of Cortona; c.1180–1253)

566

Embriachi workshop (ivory carvers; 15C) 549

Empoli (Jacopo Chimenti; painter; 1551–1640)

93, 109, 142, 153, 176, 180, 199, 210, 310,

401, 418, 451, 452, 549, 562, 566; (attributions)

141

Empoli town 140–43

Enrico di Tedice (painter; 13C) 458, 466

Etruria, Kingdom of 14, 21, 380

Etruscans 6–7, 86, 368, 436

Etruscan cities (Arezzo) 7, 534; (Chiusi) 343,

345–46; (Cortona) 559; (Populonia) 390;

(Roselle) 371; (Talamone) 380; (Vetulonia)

374; (Volterra) 7, 406, 412

Etruscan excavations and tombs (Bucche delle

Frate) 392; (Calisna Sepu) 292; (Chiusi)

346–47; (Comeana) 149; (Cortona) 569–70;

(Frascole) 125; (Le Grotte) 390; (Hildebrand)

610 INDEX INDEX 611

Florence contd.

S. Marco 58–59

S. Maria del Carmine 75–76

S. Maria Novella 53–55

S. Martino del Vescovo 44

S. Miniato al Monte 76–78

S. Salvi 60

S. Spirito 74–75

S. Trinita 65

Spedale degli Innocenti 62–63

Via Dante Alighieri 43

Via de’ Bardi 74

Via delle Terme 41

Via Tornabuoni 64

Foggini, Giovanni Battista (sculptor; 1652–1725)

61, 71, 123, 153, 176, 199, 418, 420, 421,

438, 451

Foiano della Chiana 556

Folli, Sebastiano (painter; 1568–1621) 252, 314

Follonica 378

Fontana, Carlo (sculptor; 1634–1714) 266, 309,

509

Forster, E.M. 15

Forte dei Marmi 501

Forteguerri, Cardinal Niccolò 174, 179

Fortini, Cesare (architect; 19C) 79

Fortini, Davide (architect; son-in-law of Tribolo;

active mid-16C) 99, 145

Fosdinovo 510–11

Francavilla, Pietro (Pierre Franqueville; sculptor;

1548–1615) 451, 457, 544

France, French 13 (see also Napoleon)

Franceschini, Baldassare (see Volterrano)

Francesco d’Antonio (painter; fl. 1393–1433)

128

Francesco da Barberino 210

Francesco da Valdambrino (sculptor;

c.1380–1435) 142, 176, 270, 287, 310, 316,

318, 321, 409, 410, 454, 456, 465, 466, 475,

481, 488; (attributions) 336, 480, 493

Franchi, Alessandro (painter; 1838–1914) 166,

233, 237

Franchi, Antonio (painter; 1638–1709) 456

Franchi, Rossello di Iacopo (painter; 1377–1456)

41, 210, 464

Franciabigio (Francesco di Cristofano Bigi;

painter; 1482–1525) 61, 147, 549; (attributions)

125, 211

Francis of Assisi, St 164, 528, 569

Francis I, duke of Tuscany 199

Franco, Battista (painter; c.1498–1561) 449

Franks 8

Frascole 125

Frassine 402

Frateria di Padre Eligio 342

Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor 464

Frediani, Vincenzo di Antonio (painter; fl.

1481–1505) 478, 480

Frosini 278

Fucecchio 145–46

Fungai, Bernardino (painter; 1460–1516) 255,

256, 259, 261, 344, 345

Furini, Francesco (painter; 1603–46) 123, 143,

209, 476

G

Gabbiani, Antonio Domenico (painter;

1653–1726) 105, 143

Gaddi, Agnolo (painter; son of Taddeo; active

1369–96) 51, 109, 164; (attributions) 116

Gaddi, Taddeo (painter; c.1300–66) 50–51, 52,

89, 94, 152, 153, 182, 444, 447, 452, 525,

552

Gaiole in Chianti 204

Galatrona 130

Galganus, St 276; (birthplace of) 278

Galileo Galilei 14, 39, 106, 150, 40, 441; (tomb

of) 50

Galli, Antonio (‘Il Bibbiena’; architect; 1700–74)

180, 293

Galli, Romualdo (sculptor; 19C) 563

Galliano 121

Gallicano 498

Gallori, Emilio (sculptor; 1846–1924) 192

Galluzzo, Certosa del 107–09

Gambassi Terme 158

Gamberelli, Antonio and Bernardo (see Rossellino)

Gamberini, Italo (architect; 1907–90) 171

Gano di Fazio (Gano da Siena; sculptor; fl.

1302–17) 296, 401

Gardens

Boboli) 71–73 [also under Florence]

Botanical (Lucca) 487; (Pisa) 450

La Foce 312–13

Tarot Garden 385

Villa Le Balze 92

Villa di Careggi 97

Villa di Castello 103–04

Villa Cetinale 266–67

Villa Gamberaia 95

Villa Garzoni 189–91

Villa Medici 92

Villa della Petraia 99–100

Villa La Pietra 104–05

Garfagnana 497ff

Gargonza 555

Garibaldi, Giuseppe 378, 380

Gatteschi, Carlo (architect; c.1828–76) 561

Gatteschi, Giuliano (architect; 1717–98) 179

Gatti, Annibale (painter; c.1827–1909) 79, 423

Gauls 374

Gaville 128

Gavinana 192

Gavorrano 375

Gazzarrini, Tommaso (painter; 1790–1853)

Tommaso 418

Geminiani, Francesco, monument to 487

Genoa, Genoese 8, 417, 436, 445, 502, 508

Gentile da Fabriano (painter; c.1370–1427) 33,

454

Gera, Il (see Jacopo di Michele)

Gerini, Lorenzo di Niccolò (painter; son of

Niccolò di Pietro; fl. 1400–20) 289, 568

Gerini, Niccolò di Pietro (painter; fl. 1368–1415)

151, 168, 169, 170, 452, 539, 562

Gherardesca, Count Ugolino della 451

Gherardi, Cristoforo (‘Il Doceno’; painter;

1508–56) 565

Gherardini, Alessandro (painter; 1655–1723)

153, 408, 413

Gheri, Cosimo (painter; pupil of Santi di Tito;

late 16C) 209

Ghezzi, Biagio di Goro (painter; fl. 1368) 373

Ghibellines 9, 21, 43, 140, 185, 189, 220, 517,

522, 534

Ghiberti, Lorenzo (sculptor; 1378–1455) 41, 42,

45, 46, 175, 241, 244, 421; (Florence baptistery

doors) 48, 49; (birthplace of) 133; (tomb

of) 50; (attributions) 200

Ghiberti, Vittorio (sculptor; son of Lorenzo;

1419–96) 396

Ghini, Luca 450

Ghini, Simone di Giovanni (sculptor; c.1410–73)

306

Ghino di Tacco, brigand 321

Ghirlanda, Agostino (painter; d.1587) 445

Ghirlandaio, Davide (painter; brother of

Domenico; 1451–1525) 121, 212

Ghirlandaio, Domenico del (Domenico di Tasso

Bigordi; painter; 1449–94) 29, 36, 54, 59, 60,

63, 65, 212, 410, 454, 480, 520; (San

Gimignano frescoes) 287

Ghirlandaio, Michele di Ridolfo (Michele Tosini;

painter; 1503–77) 209, 547; (attributions) 499

Ghirlandaio, Ridolfo del (painter; son of

Domenico; 1483–1561) 68, 165, 295, 555

Ghivizzano 498

Giambologna (Jean Boulogne; sculptor;

1529–1608) 27, 29, 42, 45, 58, 62, 72, 99,

101, 105, 293, 317, 438, 480, 509; (Rape of the

Sabine) 27; (tomb of) 61; (attributions) 185

Giannutri, island of 385

Giglio, island of 384

Gimignani, Giacinto (painter; c.1606–81) 176,

180, 555

Gimignani, Ludovico (painter; son of Giacinto;

1643–97) 177

Gino da Settignano (sculptor; 16C) 524

Giordano, Luca (painter; 1632–1705) 55, 476

Giorgione (Giorgio da Castelfranco; painter;

c.1478–1510) 37; (attributions) 69

Giottino (Giotto di Maestro Stefano; painter;

great-grandson of Giotto; c.1320/30–after

1369) 32

Giotto (Giotto di Bondone; painter;

1266/7–1337) 24, 45, 47, 52, 53, 116, 124;

(frescoes in S. Croce) 50; (Maestà) 32; (?birthplace

of) 123; (bust of) 46; (attributions) 482

Giovanni d’Agnolo di Balduccio (painter; pupil of

Spinello Aretino; c.1370–1452) 539, 546, 548,

555

Giovanni di Agostino (sculptor; c.1310–70) 278,

336, 369, 375, 409, 544; (attributions) 298,

370

Giovanni di Asciano (painter; pupil of Barna da

Siena; 14C) 320

Giovanni di Balduccio (painter; active 1318–39)

209

Giovanni del Biondo (painter; fl. 1356–92) 128,

153, 212, 521; (attributions) 129

Giovanni da Cascia 131

Giovanni di Francesco (painter; c. 1412–59) 544,

546

Giovanni da Maiano (sculptor; brother of

Benedetto and Giuliano; 1439–78) 166

Giovanni di Marco dal Ponte (painter;

1385–1437) 173

Giovanni da Milano (painter; fl. 1350–69) 32,

51, 170

Giovanni di Nicola (painter; 14C) 458

Giovanni di Paolo (painter; pupil of Taddeo di

Bartolo; 1399–1482) 243, 245, 248, 255, 256,

262, 265, 269, 304, 317, 338, 348, 349, 365,

372

Giovanni da Pistoia, Fra’ (architect; fl. 1322) 535

Giovanni da San Giovanni (Giovanni Mannozzi;

painter; pupil of Matteo Roselli; 1592–1636)

70, 129, 138, 181, 185, 192, 409; (birthplace

of) 128

Giovanni di Simone (architect; 13C) 441, 444,

452

Giovanni di Stefano (painter; son of Sassetta; fl.

612 INDEX INDEX 613

1246–72) 234, 238, 239, 260; (attributions)

238, 261

Giovanni di Turino (sculptor; son of Turino di

Sano; c.1385–1455) 230, 244, 579

Giovanni da Verona, Fra’ (sculptor;

c.1457–1525) 273

Giovanni da Verrazzano 200

Giovannozzi, Ezio (sculptor and ceramicist;

brother of Ugo; 1882–1964) 185, 524

Giovannozzi, Luigi (sculptor; 1791–1870) 78

Giovannozzi, Ugo (architect; early 20C) 184, 185

Girolamo di Benvenuto (painter; son of

Benvenuto di Giovanni; 1470–1524) 257, 259,

309, 317, 370

Girolamo di Cecco (sculptor; 14C) 285

Girolamo da Cremona (painter; fl. 1467–83) 240

Girolamo di Domenico (painter; fl. 1490–1507)

325

Girolamo del Pacchia (painter; pupil of Sodoma;

1477–after 1533) 253, 258, 260, 296, 297,

341

Giroldo da Como (sculptor; fl. 1267–74) 400

Giulia, Beata 157

Giuliano di Baccio d’Agnolo (Giuliano Baglioni;

architect; 1491–1555) 292, 465

Giuliano da Maiano (architect; brother of

Benedetto and Giovanni; 1432–90) 166, 259,

285; (attributions) 65, 550

Giuliano di Simone (painter; fl. 1389) 492, 499;

(attributions) 473, 474

Giunta di Capitano (Giunta Pisano; painter; fl.

1202–55) 449, 453

Giusti, Giuseppe 185

Giusto d’Andrea (painter; 1440–96) 158

Giusto da Firenze (goldsmith; fl. 1457) 565

Goes, Hugo van der (painter; d.1482) 36

Gombo 425

Gordigiani, Michele (painter; 1830–1909) 423

Gorgona, island of 429

Gori, Giuseppe (architect; mid-20C) 188

Gori, Lorenzo (sculptor; fl. 1842–98) 422

Goro di Gregorio (sculptor; fl. 1324–43) 400

Gothic Line 121, 122

Goths 8, 344, 390, 470

Goya, Francisco de (painter; 1746–1828) 39

Gozzoli, Benozzo (Benozzo di Lese di Sandro;

painter; 1420–97) 59, 153–54, 158, 181, 287,

288, 289, 290, 444, 447; (Procession of the

Magi) 55; (attributions) 158

Grada, Raffaele de (painter; 1885–1957) 290

Granacci, Francesco (painter; pupil of Domenico

Ghirlandaio; 1469/70–1541) 110, 153, 200,

549

Grazie, church of (Colle di Val d’Elsa) 295

Greco, Emilio (sculptor; 1913–95) 191, 529

Gregorio di Cecco (painter; fl. 1389–1424) 243

Gregory VII, pope 361, 362

Greve in Chianti 200

Gricigliano 110

Gropina 131

Grosseto 369–71

Grotta del Vento 498

Gruamonte (sculptor; brother of Adeodato; late

12C) 178, 182; (attributions) 177

Gualbert, St John 132; (tomb of) 212

Guardi, Andrea di Francesco (sculptor and architect;

15C) 392, 393, 396, 448; (attributions)

467

Guarnacci museum (Volterra) 14, 411–12

Guelphs 9, 21, 41, 43, 187, 204, 220, 522, 543

Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri; painter;

1591–1666) 488

Guerri, Pietro (sculptor; 1865–1936) 128

Guglielmo da Pisa, Fra’ (sculptor; assistant to

Nicola Pisano; 1256–c.1312) 182, 448

Guicciardini, Francesco 13, 107

Guidetto da Como (sculptor; 13C) 163, 477

Guidiccioni, Giovanni 487

Guido d’Arezzo 534

Guido da Como (Guido Bigarelli; architect and

sculptor; 13C) 177, 444, 473, 486; (attributions)

498

Guido da Siena (painter; late 13C) 247, 261,

288, 370

Guidoriccio da Fogliano 230, 372

Guidotti, Paolo (‘Il Cavaliere Borghese’; painter

and sculptor; 1560–1629) 483–84, 445, 475,

481

Guillaume de Marcillat (stained glass artist;

c.1475–1529) 539, 544, 550, 555, 569

Guttuso, Renato (painter; 1912–87) 500

H

Hawkwood, Sir John 46, 96, 553

Hawthorne, Nathaniel 107

Hawthorne, Sophia Peabody 541

Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor 77

Henry VII, Holy Roman Emperor 274; (tomb of)

438, 448

Herman, Willem (organ maker; 17C) 179

Herri met de Bles (painter; active early 16C) 456

Hildebrand, tomb of (see Etruscan tombs)

Hill, organmakers 180

Holbein, Hans the Younger (painter;

c.1497–1543) 37

Horne, Herbert Percy 35, 52

Hugford, Ignazio (painter; 1703–78) 110, 116,

133, 177, 199

Hutton, Edward 94, 281

Huxley, Aldous 106, 501, 574

Hyacinth, St 527

I

Impruneta 197–200

Inchisa della Rocchetta family 397

Incisa Valdarno 127

Isola Clodia 377

Isozaki, Arata (architect; b.1931) 30

J

Jacopo del Casentino (painter; c.1300–49) 120,

208

Jacopo di Cione (painter; brother of Orcagna; fl.

c.1360–98) 32, 121

Jacopo da Firenze (painter; fl. c.1410) 413

Jacopo di Mazzeo (sculptor; active late 13C) 181

Jacopo di Michele (‘Il Gera’; painter; fl. 1389–90)

424

Jacopo di Mino del Pellicciaio (also called

Giacomo; painter; d.1396) 296, 336, 341

Jacopo della Quercia (sculptor; 1371/4–1438)

221, 226, 230, 232, 244, 246, 256, 285, 481,

484, 488, 579; (tomb of Ilaria del Carretto)

480; (attributions) 240, 242

Jacopo del Sellaio (painter; c.1442–93) 552

Jacopo di Giovanni di Francesco (‘Jacone’;

painter; 1495–1554) 569

Jacopo di Landino (painter; fl. 1378–1403) 547

James the Greater, St 423; relics of 172

James, Henry 107, 478

Jannelli, Antonio (architect; 18C) 565

Jeminianus, St 282

Jews, Jewish communities 254, 359, 417, 420,

444, 555

Joanna of Austria 13, 57

Jones, Inigo 418

Julius Caesar 21, 470

Juvarra, Filippo (architect; 1676–1736) 482, 491

K

King, Margaret Jane 455

L

La Foce 312–13

La Verna 527–29

Lago dell’Accesa 402; (finds from) 401

Lago di Bilancino 118–19

Lago di Burano 385

Lago di Chiusi 347

Lago di Massaciuccoli 501–02

Lago di Montepulciano 348

Lago di Prile 371, 377

Lamberti, Niccolò di Pietro (sculptor;

c.1370–1451) 168

Lambton, Lord 266, 267

Lammari 491

Lamole 203

Landi, Neroccio di Bartolomeo dei (sculptor and

painter; 1447–1500) Neroccio di Bartolomeo

dei Landi 235, 238, 239, 259, 273, 348, 365,

488; (attributions) 237

Landini, Cristofano 522

Lando di Pietro (architect; d.1340) 373

Landor, Walter Savage 78, 93, 493

Lanfranco da Como (sculptor; fl. 1226) 174

Laparelli, Francesco (architect; 1521–70) 562,

563

Lapi, Niccolò (painter; d.1732) 128

Lapi, Vincenzo (sculptor; 18C) 565

Lapo (architect; master of Arnolfo di Cambio;

13C) 525

Larciani, Giovanni (painter; 1484–1527) 146

Larderel family 418; (Blanche de) 99; (François

de) 415

Larderello 415

Lari 467

Lari, Anton Maria (painter and architect;

c.1503–after 1549) 363

Lars Porsena, Etruscan ruler 345, 347

Lasinio, Carlo (painter and engraver;

1759–1838) 450

Lastra a Signa 137

Laurana, Francesco (sculptor; fl. 1458–1502)

145

Laurentini, Paolo (goldsmith; active mid-17C)

158

Lawrence, D.H. 138, 511

Lazzaretti, Davide 324

Lazzarini, Cesare (architect; 19C) 489

Lazzarini, Giovanni (architect; 1769–1834) 482

Lecceto 265

Lee, Vernon (Violet Paget) 85

Lega, Silvestro (painter; 1826–95) 70, 423, 466

Leggi, Michelangelo (woodcarver; d.1544) 564

Leigh Hunt, James 425, 455

Leighton, Frederic, Lord (painter; 1830–96) 78

Leo X, pope (Giovanni de’ Medici) 12, 502, 510;

(cope of) 565; (commissions and foundations

by) 38, 55, 147; (portrait of) 37–38

Leonardo da Vinci (painter and polymath;

1452–1519) 28, 36, 143–44, 144, 553; (birthplace

of) 144; (portrait of) 271

614 INDEX INDEX 615

Leoni, Diomede (architect; active mid-16C) 310

Leoni, Pietro 97

Leopardi, Giacomo 449, 455

Leopold II, grand duke 125, 328, 358, 415;

(commissions and foundations by) 383, 414,

502; (monument to) 370; (statue of) 418, 504

Lepaute, J.A. (clockmaker) 101

Liberale da Verona (painter; 1451–1536) 240,

345

Licinio, Bernardino (painter; c.1490–1549) 38

Ligozzi, Jacopo (painter; 1547–1627) 188, 273,

287, 418, 451, 459, 480, 525, 526, 527, 547

Lint, Enrico van (sculptor and photographer;

1808–84) 445

Linus, St 409

Lippi, Filippino (painter; son of Filippo;

1457–1504) 54, 148, 170, 289, 473;

(Brancacci Chapel) 76; (attributions) 121

Lippi, Fra’ Filippo (painter; c.1406–69) 34, 55,

68, 142, 166, 170; (attributions) 153, 170,

507

Lippi, Lorenzo (painter; 1606–1664) 177, 556

Lippo di Benivieni (painter; active 1296–1327)

200, 208; (attributions) 152, 176

Liszt, Franz 446

Livi, Domenico (stained glass artist; active mid-

15C) 158

Livorno 13, 15, 417–24

Lombards 86, 220, 344, 346, 390, 406, 436, 470

Lomi, Aurelio (painter; 1556–1622) 440, 445,

449, 450, 451, 452, 453, 455, 458, 460, 488,

547

Lomi, Baccio (painter; uncle of Aurelio; active

late 16C) 453

Lorentino d’Andrea (Lorentino d’Arezzo; painter;

pupil of Piero della Francesca; 1430–1506)

539, 546, 549, 551

Lorenzetti, Ambrogio (painter; c.1290–c.1348)

11, 32, 208, 247, 254, 256, 257, 258, 269,

277, 317, 327; (Good and Bad Government)

231–32, 231, 252; (Maestà) 402; (attributions

265, 325)

Lorenzetti, Pietro (painter; brother of Ambrogio;

c.1280–c.1348) 32, 247, 255, 257, 306, 313,

541, 564–65

Lorenzi, Battista (sculptor; brother of Stoldo;

1528–93) 440, 441

Lorenzi, Stoldo (sculptor; 1534–83) 72

Lorenzini, Carlo (Collodi) 102, 191

Lorenzo di Bicci (painter; father of Bicci di

Lorenzo; 1350–1427) 141, 206, 210

Lorenzo di Credi (painter; 1439–1537) 93, 176,

552; (attributions) 174

Lorenzo di Niccolò (see Gerini)

Lorenzo Monaco (Fra’ Lorenzo degli Angioli;

painter; c.1370–1425) 33, 42, 61, 66, 89, 137,

142, 170, 555; (attributions) 138

Loro Ciuffenna 131

Lorraine grand dukes, general 14, 21, 369 (see

also listed by name)

Lotto, Lorenzo (painter; 1480–1556) 38, 251

Luca di Tommè (painter; c.1330–after 1389)

268, 316, 325, 327, 546, 556

Lucardo 209

Lucca 8, 470–90

Botanical Gardens 487

Duomo 476–80, 477

Guinigi Tower 485–86

Madonna dello Stellario 487

Museo della Cattedrale 481

Museo Nazionale Guinigi 487–88

Palazzo Ducale 482

Palazzo Mansi 475–76

Palazzo Pfanner 485

Piazza Napoleone 482

Porta San Gervasio 487

Porta San Pietro 489

S. Agostino 485

S. Cristoforo 485

S. Francesco 487

S. Frediano 482–84, 483

SS. Giovanni e Reparata 481

S. Maria Corteorlandini 485

S. Maria Forisportam 488–89

S. Martino 476–80

S. Michele in Foro 471, 473–74

S. Paolino 475

S. Pietro Somaldi 486

S. Romano 482

S. Salvatore 485

SS. Trinità 487

Teatro del Giglio 481

Tomb of Ilaria del Carretto 480

Villa Bottini 487

Volto Santo 478–79, 481

Walls 489–90

Lucchesi, Urbano (sculptor; 1844–1906) 500

Lucignano 555

Lucignano d’Arbia 274

Luco 298

Luiano 211

Lunigiana 511

Lutiano Nuovo 122

M

Mabuse (Jan Gossaert; painter; c.1478–1532) 476

Maccari, Cesare (painter; pupil of Luigi Mussini;

1840–1919) 229, 239, 254

Maccari, Leopoldo (sculptor; active late 19C)

233, 369

Macchiaioli School 70, 175, 423, 549

Macchietti, Girolamo (painter; 1535–92) 143,

548

Machiavelli, Niccolò 13, 29, 207, 208; (tomb of)

50

Machiavelli, Zanobi (painter; 1418–79) 146

Madonna delle Grazie, church of (Monte Amiata)

324

Madonna di Pietracupa, sanctuary of 212

Madonna della Quercia, church of 556

Madonna della Tosse, chapel of 154

Maecenas 7, 534

Maestro Angelo (sculptor; late 14C) 316

Maestro di Tressa (painter; early 13C) 242, 247

Magdalen Master (painter; fl. late 13C) 525

Magi, Luigi (sculptor; fl. 1846) 370

Magione, La 298

Magliano in Toscana 365

Magnasco, Alessandro (painter; 1681–1747) 101,

549

Mainardi, Sebastiano (painter; brother-in-law of

Domenico Ghirlandaio; c.1460–1513) 289,

294

Major, Charles Immanuel Forsyth 130

Malatesta, Leonardo da Pistoia (painter;

1483–after 1518) 177, 288, 547

Malavalle, hermitage of 376

Mamilianus, St 362

Mammiano 192

Manciano 364

Manetti, Antonio (architect; 1423–97) 77

Manetti, Domenico (painter; son of Rutilio;

1609–63) 228, 259, 323

Manetti, Rutilio (painter; 1571–1639) 209, 228,

244, 248, 252, 253, 257, 258, 259, 261, 278,

293, 296, 297, 309, 400, 401, 476, 488

Mantegna, Andrea (painter; 1431–1506) 37

Maratta, Carlo (painter; 1625–1713) 507

Marcacci, Leonardo (painter; fl. 1606–27) 180

Maremma 368ff, 389

Margaret of Cortona, St 567

Margaritone d’Arezzo (painter; 13C) 336, 545,

548, 555; (attributions) 121, 541, 545

Margheriti nursery (Chiusi) 347

Maria Louisa of Bourbon, queen of Etruria 14,

470, 482; (statue of) 482

Mariani, Vittorio (architect; 1859–1913) 257

Marina dei Ronchi 501

Marina di Alberese 378

Marina di Pietrasanta 504

Marina di Pisa 460

Marini, Marino (sculptor; 1901–80) 181

Mariotto di Cristofano (painter; brother-in-law of

Masaccio; 1393–1457) 129, 131; (birthplace

of) 128

Mariotto di Nardo (painter; c.1373–1424) 129,

176, 203

Marlia 491

Marradi 122

Marrina, Il (Lorenzo di Mariano; sculptor;

1476–1534) 239, 257, 261

Marsili, Margherita 379

Martelli, Valentino (architect; c.1550–1630) 327

Marti, Francesco (silversmith; fl. 1489–1506)

481

Marti, Leonardo (woodcarver; 15C) 488

Martinelli, Giovanni (painter; c.1610–59) 188

Martini, Arturo (sculptor; 1889–1947) 510

Martini, Francesco di Giorgio (painter and sculptor;

1439–1502) 206, 238, 248, 256, 257, 261,

568; (attributions) 237, 254, 262

Martini, Quinto (sculptor; 1908–90) 150

Martini, Simone (painter; son-in-law and pupil of

Memmo di Filippuccio; c.1284–1344) 32, 208,

241, 247, 454; (Guidoriccio da Fogliano)

230–31; (Maestà) 230

Martino d’Urbano da Celia (painter; late 16C)

328

Martino di Bartolomeo (painter; d.1434/5) 232,

285, 463

Masaccio (Tommaso di Ser Giovanni di Mone;

painter; 1401–28) 131, 459; (Brancacci

Chapel) 75–76, 75; (St Paul) 454; (Trinity)

53–54; (birthplace of) 128; (house of) 129

Mascagni, Donato (painter; 1579–1636) 407

Mascagni, Pietro 422; (funerary monument of)

424

Masi, Tommaso (sculptor; fl. early 19C) 445

Maso di Banco (painter; fl. 1341–46) 51, 109

Maso di Bartolomeo (sculptor; 1405–56) 77,

164, 166, 167

Maso di San Friano (Tommaso Manzuoli; painter;

1531–71) 547, 548

Masolino da Panicale (Tommaso Fini; painter;

master of Masaccio; 1383–c.1440) 75, 140,

142, 142–43

Massa 506–07

Massa Marittima 398–402

Massaciuccoli 501

Masson, Georgina 190

Master of 1310 (painter; early 14C) 180

Master of 1399 (painter; late 14C) 128

616 INDEX INDEX 617

Master of Badia a Isola (painter; late 13C) 293

Master of Borgo alla Collina (painter; fl. 1408)

519, 522

Master of the Buonconvento Cross (sculptor;

1300–30) 274

Master of Cabestany (sculptor; early 12C) 208,

320

Master of the Castello Nativity (painter; 15C)

128

Master of the Chiostro degli Aranci (painter;

early 15C) 43

Master of Figline (painter; 1320–60) 127

Master of the Horne Triptych (painter; 14C) 208

Master of the Johnson Nativity (painter; 15C)

465

Master of Marradi (painter; fl. late 15C) 122, 210

Master of Montefioralle (painter; 13C) 202

Master of Montefoscoli (sculptor; 15C) 453

Master of Montemerano (painter; late 15C) 364

Master of Monteoliveto (painter; 13C–14C) 273

Master of the Osservanza (painter; 14C–15C)

248, 262, 269, 306

Master of the Ovile Madonna (painter; 14C) 370

Master of Panzano (painter; 14C) 203, 316

Master of Pratovecchio (painter; fl. mid-15C)

120, 521

Master of Remole (painter) 110

Master of St Cecilia (painter; 13C) 107

Master of the St Francis Legend (painter; fl.

1260–80) 536

Master of San Jacopo a Mucciana (painter; 14C)

208

Master of San Lucchese (sculptor; early 15C)

208, 298

Master of San Martino a Mensola (painter; active

late 14C) 94

Master of San Martino alla Palma (painter; fl.

1330–50) 110, 138

Master of San Miniato (painter; d.c.1512) 125,

465, 519

Master of San Polo in Rosso (painter; fl.

13C–14C) 526

Master of San Torpè (painter; fl. 1295–1335)

438, 467

Master of Tavarnelle (painter; fl. c.1510–15) 210

Master of the Straus Madonna (painter; fl.

c.1390–1420) 123, 522

Master of Varlungo (painter; 13C) 42, 519, 521

Master of the Vescovado (painter; active mid-

14C) 544

Master of Vicchio di Rimaggio (painter; 14C)

110

Matas, Niccolò (architect; 1798–c.1872) 526

Matilda, countess of Tuscia 8, 131, 466; (birthplace

of) 464

Mattei, Giovan Giuseppe (painter; fl. 1755–90) 372

Matteis, Ulisse de (stained glass artist and restorer;

1828–1910) 257

Matteo di Giovanni (painter; c.1435–95) 235,

246, 248, 255, 258, 261, 269, 274, 304, 370,

371, 575, 577, 579; (attributions) 230, 237

Mazziere, Antonio di Donnino del (painter;

1497–1547) 552

Mazzini, Giuseppe 454, 459

Mazzuoli, Annibale (painter; c.1650–1743) 238

Mazzuoli, Bartolomeo (sculptor; d.1749) 267

Mazzuoli, Francesco (sculptor; d.1670) 563

Mazzuoli, Giuseppe (sculptor; 1644–1725) 267,

310, 415

Medici family, general 12, 21, 30, 117, 149

Medic, Alessandro 13

Medici, Anna Maria Luisa 30

Medici, Carlo 102; (monument to) 166; (?portrait

of) 37

Medici, Cosimo il Vecchio 12, 59, 96–97; (commissions

and foundations by) 85, 93, 118, 119,

149, 55, 58; (grave of) 56

Medici Cosimo I 6, 13, 57, 118, 197, 221, 254,

344, 358, 394, 417, 450, 473; (commissions

and foundations by) 28, 29, 30, 36, 40, 63, 71,

85, 97, 102, 145, 149, 181, 261, 316, 384,

392, 427, 457, 460, 505, 553, 578; (allegorical

statue of) 72; (bust of) 44, 295; (portrait of)

37, 476; (statue of) 27, 318, 451

Medici, Cosimo II (commissions and foundations

by) 73, 148, 424; (bust of) 577

Medici, Cosimo III 104, 148, 149; (commissions

and foundations by) 68, 71, 199; (portrait of)

456; (statue of) 310

Medici, Ferdinando I 14, 57, 61, 85, 118, 146,

261, 323, 417; (commissions and foundations

by) 30, 76, 99, 149, 150, 322, 376, 461;

(monument to) 421; (portrait of) 456; (portrait

as a boy) 476; (statue of) 62, 457, 543

Medici, Ferdinando II 106; (commissions and

foundations by) 30, 68, 343, 556

Medici, Crown Prince Ferdinando 68

Medici, Francesco I 13, 15, 29, 57, 61, 122, 146;

(commissions and foundations by) 30, 36, 71,

105, 149, 456, 460

Medici, Gian Gastone 72; (bust of) 337

Medici, Giovanni (see Leo X)

Medici, Giovanni di Bicci 12; (portrait of) 41;

(tomb of) 56

Medici, Giovanni di Cosimo 86, 89, 149; (tomb

of) 56

Medici, Don Giovanni (illegitimate son of

Cosimo I) 257, 420, 451; (attributions) 76

Medici, Giuliano 52

Medici, Giulio (see Clement VII)

Medici, Isabella 145

Medici, Cardinal Leopoldo 39, 68

Medici, Lorenzo the Magnificent 12, 46, 89, 97,

337, 406, 454; (commissions and foundations

by) 39, 146, 298, 412

Medici, Don Lorenzo 99, 100

Medici, Pierfrancesco 118

Medic, Piero il Fatuo 13

Medici, Piero il Gottoso 77; (tomb of) 56

Medici Venus 14, 36, 69

Mei, Bernardino (painter; 1612–76) 248, 252,

257

Melani, Francesco (painter; brother of Giuseppe;

1675–1742) 454

Melani, Giuseppe (painter; 1673–1747) 454

Meleto 204

Meliore (painter; fl. late 13C) 158; (attributions)

203, 210

Meloria, battle of 417, 436

Memling, Hans (painter; c.1430–94) 37

Memmi, Federico (painter; brother of Lippo; fl.

1347) 285

Memmi, Lippo (painter; brother-in-law of

Simone Martini; active 1317–47) 32, 247, 261,

285, 288, 291, 454; (attributions) 269

Memmo di Filippuccio (painter; master of

Simone Martini and father of Lippo Memmi; fl.

1294–1324) 157, 288, 289, 290, 291

Menabuoi, Giusto de’ (painter; late 14C) 456

Mengs, Anton Raphael (painter; 1728–79) 176

Mensano 297

Meo di Pero (painter; 1356–1407) 373

Mercati, Giovanni Battista (painter; 17C) 576

Metalliferous hills (see Colline Metallifere)

Metelliano 569

Michelangelo (Michelangelo Buonarroti; painter

and sculptor; 1475–1564) 28, 29, 44, 49, 55,

60–61, 72, 73, 76, 120, 239, 502, 505, 508,

510, 548; (David) 27, 60; (Doni Tondo) 37;

(façade for S. Lorenzo) 53, 53, 504; (Laurentian

Library) 56; (New Sacristy) 57; (birthplace of)

529; (house of) 53, 95; (monument to) 78;

(tomb of) 50; (attributions) 75

Michele da Firenze (Michele di Niccolò Dini;

sculptor; d. after 1443) 548; (attributions) 539,

550

Michele di Tommaso (silversmith; late 14C) 565

Micheli, Giuseppe (architect; active mid-19C)

422

Micheli, Guglielmo (painter; pupil of Giovanni

Fattori; 1866–1926) 423

Michelozzo (Michelozzo di Bartolomeo

Michelozzi; architect and sculptor; 1396–1472)

49, 55, 58, 59, 61, 77, 85, 97, 118, 119, 162,

164, 336, 338; (attributions) 178, 198, 333,

414

Michelucci, Giovanni (architect; 1891–1990)

176, 191, 295, 415

Milani, Don Lorenzo 123

Military cemeteries (American) Florence 206,

207; (British) Arezzo 534, Compiobbi 110,

Moraduccio 122

Milton, John 132

Minias, St 464

Mino da Fiesole (sculptor; c.1429–c. 1484) 43,

45, 87, 165, 408; (birthplace of) 525; (attributions)

123, 132, 293

Misileo 122

Mitelli, Agostino (painter; 1609–60) 70

Modigliani, Amedeo (painter; 1884–1920) 422

Mondo X 342, 343

Monsummano Alto 185

Monsummano Terme 185

Montagnola Senese 265–68

Montaigne, Michel de 103, 322, 493

Montalcino 221, 315

Montaperti 204; (battle of) 10, 204, 220, 256,

315

Monte, Cardinal Antonio di 333, 554

Monte Amiata 322–28

Monte Argentario 383–84

Monte Cetona 343

Monte Egidio 569

Monte Falterona 521

Monte Oliveto Maggiore, abbey of 270–73

Monte San Savino 554

Monte Sassoforte 372

Monte Senario 105–06

Monte Telegrafo 384

Montecalvario, Etruscan tomb 206

Montecatini Alto 185

Montecatini Terme 184–85

Montecchio Vesponi 553

Montecristo, island of 429–30

Montefioralle 201

Montefollonico 350

Montefortini, tumulus of 150

Montegiovi 325

Montegufoni 151–52

Montelaterone 325

Montelifrè 348

Montelupo Fiorentino 139–40

618 INDEX INDEX 619

Montemassi 372

Montemerano 364

Montemignaio 523

Montenero 324

Montenero 424

Montepescali 371

Montepò 365

Montepulciano 265, 333–40

Monterchi 580–81

Monteriggioni 298–99

Monteroni d’Arbia 275

Monterotondo Marittimo 402

Montespertoli 151

Montesquieu, Charles-Louis, Baron 561

Montevarchi 129–30

Monteverdi, Claudio 340

Montevettolini 186

Monti dell’Uccellina 378, 379

Monticchiello 311

Monticello Amiata 325

Monticiano 277

Montieri 402

Montignoso 508

Montioni, nature reserve 396

Montisi 348–49

Montopoli in Val d’Arno 463

Montorgiali 365

Montorio 363

Montorsaio 374

Moore, Henry (sculptor; 1898–1986) 169, 510

Morandi, Giovanni (painter; fl. 1730s) 564

Moroni, Giovanni Battista (painter; c.1525–78)

38

Morrocco 210

Mosca, Francesco (sculptor; son of Simone;

c.1523–78) 438, 445

Mosca, Simone (sculptor; 1492–1553) 549

Mugello 115ff

Murlo 275

Mussini, Augusto (painter; 1870–1918) 524

Mussini, Luigi (painter; 1813–88) 228, 238, 254

Mustiola, St 344

N

Naldini, Giovanni Battista (painter; 1537–91)

176, 293, 408, 413

Nanni di Baccio Bigio (Giovanni Lippi; architect;

d.1568) 554

Nanni di Banco (Giovanni di Antonio di Banco;

sculptor; c.1384–1421) 42

Nanni di Pietro (painter; fl. 1439–79) 327

Napoleon Bonaparte 14, 15, 21, 69, 79, 380,

427, 428 450, 470, 482; (house of) 427–28

Nardo di Cione (painter; brother of Jacopo di

Cione and Orcagna; d.1365) 54

Nasini, Antonio (painter; 1643–1715) 329, 371

Nasini, Francesco (painter; brother of Antonio;

1621–95) 323, 325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 371

Nasini, Giuseppe Nicola (painter; son of

Francesco; 1657–1736) 261, 252, 323, 375,

400

Natali, Giovanni Battista (architect; b.1698) 512,

513

Nazis 505, 521

Nelson, Horatio, Lord 417, 427

Neri di Bicci (painter; son of Bicci di Lorenzo;

1418–91) 88, 89, 94, 123, 152, 187, 188, 208,

210, 289, 410, 464, 466, 539

Neroni, Bartolomeo (see Riccio)

Niccolò da Tolentino 33, 46

Niccolò di Mariano (painter; 15C) 179

Niccolò di Segna (painter; son of Segna di

Bonaventura; fl. 1331) 278, 564, 573

Niccolò di Ser Sozzo (painter; d.1363) 297

Niccolò di Tommaso (painter; fl. c.1350–80) 181

Nieuwenkamp, W.O.J. (painter; 1874–1950) 93

Nigetti, Matteo (architect and sculptor;

1560–1649) 456

Nightingale, Florence 107

Nipozzano 133

Nomadelfia 371

Nomellini, Plinio (painter; 1866–1943) 423

Northcote, James (painter; 1736–1841) 562

Notari, Francesco (painter; 19C) 323

Nottolini, Lorenzo (architect; 1787–1851) 485,

486, 487, 500

Novelli, Paolo (painter; fl. 1670) 273

Novello, Bl. Agostino 254, 265

O

Octavianus, St 408

Olive oil 205

Olivetan Order 270

Onofrio, Crescenzio (painter; 1632–1712) 101

Orbetello 380–81

Orcagna (Andrea di Cione; painter; brother of

Jacopo and Nardo di Cione; fl. 1344–68) 32,

42, 54; (attributions) 181

Orgia 268

Origo, Antonio 312, 313

Origo, Iris 6, 16, 92, 169, 312, 313

Orioli, Pietro di Francesco (painter; 1458–96)

238, 274, 343

Orlandi, Deodato (painter; fl. 1288) 465, 486,

487; (attributions) 460

Orsetti, Bernardino (garden designer; 19C) 487

Osservanza, basilica of (see Siena)

Osservanza, church of (Montalcino) 319

Ottieri 363

P

Paccagnini, Francesco (architect; 1780–1832)

318

Pace di Valentino (goldsmith; fl. 1265–90) 175,

243

Pace, Ranieri del (painter; 1681–1737) 413

Pagani, Gregorio (painter; 1558–1605) 176

Paganico 373

Paganini, Niccolò 147, 470, 482, 491

Paggi, Giovanni Battista (painter; 1554–1627)

58, 295, 441, 452, 480

Pagni, Raffaele (architect; late 16C) 99

Paladino, Mimmo (sculptor; b.1948) 143

Palaeologus, John, emperor 164, 537

Palaia 465

Palazzuolo sul Senio 122

Palio (see Siena)

Palma Giovane (Giacomo Negretti; painter;

1548–1628) 459, 568, 573

Palma, Felice (sculptor; 1583–1625) 200, 456,

507

Palude della Trappola 378

Pampaloni, Luigi (sculptor; 1791–1847) 141, 423

Panzano 202

Paoletti, Gaspero Niccolò (architect; active late

17C) 101, 185

Paolino da Pistoia, Fra’ (painter; 1490–1547)

176, 179, 181, 289, 527, 547

Paolo da Siena (painter; 14C) 488

Paolo Schiavo (painter; 1397–1478) 123, 129,

131; (attributions) 124, 520, 539

Paolo Uccello (Paolo Doni; painter; 1397–1475)

33, 46, 55, 166, 170

Papacello (Tommaso Bernabei; painter;

c.1500–59) 552, 564, 569

Papocchi, Bl. Giacomo 402

Parco Regionale delle Alpi Apuane 499

Parco Nazionale delle Foreste Casentinesi, Monte

Falterona e Campigna 523

Parco Naturale della Maremma 379

Parco Naturale Migliarino-San Rossore-

Massaciuccoli 501

Parco dell’Orecchiella 499

Pardini, Giuseppe (architect; fl. 1836–79) 493,

509

Parigi, Alfonso the Younger (architect; d.1656)

67, 71, 72, 99

Parigi, Giulio (architect; father of Alfonso;

d.1635) 67, 71, 72, 99; (attributions) 97

Parmigianino (Francesco Mazzola; painter;

1503–40) 38

Parri di Spinello (painter; son of Spinello Aretino;

1387–c.1444) 229, 539, 547, 548, 551; (attributions)

539

Partini, Giuseppe (architect; 1842–95) 221, 228,

229, 233, 257, 259, 345

Pascoli, Giovanni 498

Pascucci, Paride (painter; 1866–1954) 364

Passaglia, Augusto (sculptor; 1837–1918) 489

Passarotti, Bartolomeo (painter; 1529–92) 562

Passignano, Badia a 211

Passignano, Il (Domenico Cresti; painter;

1560–1638) 102, 145, 179, 200, 212, 287,

418, 441, 452, 459, 462, 479, 487, 525, 568,

577; (birthplace of) 212

Passionist Order, mother-house of 384

Passo della Consuma 517

Passo della Futa 122

Passo del Muraglione 125

Pasti, Matteo de’ (medallist; fl. 1441–64) 562

Pastorini, Pastorino de’ (stained glass artist;

pupil of Guillaume de Marcillat; c.1508–92)

234

Pater, Walter 35

Paterno 109

Paulinus, St 475

Pavolini, Jacopo (painter; 16C) 408

Pecci, Francesco (architect; 18C) 460

Peccioli 466

Pecori, Domenico (stained glass artist;

c.1480–1527) 544, 546, 549

Pelago 133

Pennell, Joseph 270

Pereta 365

Perin del Vaga (Pietro Buonaccorsi; painter;

1500–47) 547

Pertini, Sandro 420

Perugino (Pietro Vannucci; painter; 1446–1523)

37, 254; (attributions) 573

Peruzzi, Baldassare (architect and painter;

1481–1537) 256, 266; (attributions) 252, 253,

351, 383

Pescia 187–88

Pescia Fiorentina 385

Pesciatina Svizzera 189

Pescina 325

Pesellino, Francesco (Francesco di Simone;

painter; 1422–57) 522

Peter Leopold, grand duke 85, 184, 197, 377

Peter, St 459, 460

Petrarch 11, 543, (house of) 542–43; (house of,

Valdarno) 127

620 INDEX INDEX 621

Petrazzi, Astolfo (painter; 1579–1665) 244, 253,

254, 275, 293, 294, 504

Petroio 350

Petrucci, Pandolfo 221

Petruccioli, Cola (painter; early 15C) 343

Philip II of Spain 380, 384

Piaggio scooter factory 463

Pian de’ Giullari 106–07

Pian di Melosa 133

Pian di Scò 131

Pianacce, necropolis of 341

Piancastagnaio 327

Piano, Renzo (architect; b.1937) 375

Pianosa, island of 429

Piastraio, sanctuary of 506

Piazzetta, Giovanni Battista (painter; 1683–1754)

562, 565

Piccolomini, Aeneas Sylvius (see Pius II)

Piccolomini, Francesco (see Pius III)

Pico della Mirandola 89; (tomb of) 58

Pienza 11, 302–07

Pier Francesco Fiorentino (painter; 15C) 288,

289, 291, 292, 293, 525

Pieratti, Domenico (sculptor; 1600–56) 101

Pierino da Vinci (painter; nephew of Leonardo;

c.1529–53) 99, 103

Piero della Francesca (painter; c.1420–92) 25,

33–34, 574; (Madonna del Parto) 580; (Mary

Magdalen) 544–45; (Resurrection) 574, 575;

(True Cross frescoes) 536–39, 538; (?burial

place of) 573; (?house of) 576

Piero di Cosimo (painter; pupil of Cosimo

Rosselli; c.1462–1521) 186

Piero di Puccio (painter; fl. 1370–99) 444, 447

Pieroni, Alessandro (architect; c.1550–1607) 418

Pietrabuona 189

Pietrasanta 502–04

Pietro Aretino 534

Pietro da Cortona (Pietro Berrettini; painter;

1596–1669) 68, 179, 257, 488, 550, 562, 564,

566; (birthplace of) 567; (bust of) 560; (attributions)

567

Pietro di Domenico (painter; 1457–c.1506) 297,

370

Pietro di Giovanni d’Ambrogio (painter; pupil of

Sassetta; c.1409–48) 269, 556

Pietro del Minella (painter; 1391–1458) 237

Pietro di Norbo (architect; active early 16C) 568

Pieve 502

Pieve di Cellole 291

Pieve di Coiano 154

Pieve di Corsignano 307

Pieve a Elici 502

Pieve Fosciana 499

Pieve a Ranco 581

Pieve a Ripoli 109

Pieve di Romena 518

Pieve Santo Stefano 578

Pignoni, Simone (painter; pupil of Passignano;

c.1611–98) 294

Pineta del Tombolo 376

Pino, Marco (painter; c.1517–79) 317

Pinocchio, park 191

Pinsent, Cecil (garden designer and architect;

1884–1963) 92, 94, 106, 312

Pinturicchio (Bernardino di Betto; painter;

1454–1513) 235, 235, 239, 289, 507;

(Piccolomini Library) 3, 240; (attributions) 342

Piombino 392–93

Pisa 8–9, 14, 433–59

Art of 25

Arsenal 457

Baptistery 433, 443–44

Borgo Stretto 453

Botanical Gardens 450

Caffè dell’Ussero 454

Camposanto 444–47

Cittadella 457

Domus Mazziniana 459

Duomo 437–41, 440

Kinzica 458

Leaning Tower 441–42

Loggia dei Banchi 458

Lungarno Pacinotti 454

Madonna dei Galletti 455

Museo dell’Opera del Duomo 448–50

Museo delle Sinopie 447

Museo di San Matteo 453–54

Palazzo Arcivescovile 450

Palazzo Reale 456

Palazzo Scotto 459

Piazza dei Cavalieri 450–51

S. Agata 457

S. Caterina 452

S. Cecilia 453

S. Cristina 458

S. Francesco 452

S. Frediano 455

S. Maria del Carmine 459

S. Maria della Spina 457–58, 458

S. Martino 458–59

S. Matteo 454

S. Michele in Borgo 453

S. Nicola 456

S. Paolo a Ripa d’Arno 457

S. Paolo all’Orto 452

Pisa contd.

S. Ranieri 450

S. Sepolcro 458

S. Sisto 450

S. Stefano dei Cavalieri 451

San Vito 457

S. Zeno 452

Scuola Normale 450–51, 569

Synagogue 452

University 451, 455

Via San Martino 458

Pisanello (Antonio Pisano; medallist; 1377–1455)

562

Pisano, Andrea (sculptor and architect;

c.1270–1348/9) 47, 48, 49, 443, 454, 458,

488; (attributions) 174

Pisano, Giovanni (sculptor; son of Nicola;

1245–1320) 164, 170, 172, 239, 243, 400,

443, 448, 450, 456; (Pisa pulpit) 440; (Pistoia

pulpit) 178–79; (Siena duomo) 233, 243; (burial

place of) 234

Pisano, Nicola (sculptor; c.1200–80) 25, 233,

443, 454; (Pisa bapistery) 443, 450, 448; (Pisa

pulpit) 444; (Siena pulpit) 239; (attributions)

182, 393, 477

Pisano, Nino (sculptor; son of Andrea;

c.1315–68) 443, 448, 452, 454, 457, 458;

(attributions) 174, 462

Pisano, Tommaso (sculptor; son of Andrea; active

late 14C) 443, 452; (attributions) 174, 441

Pisis, Filippo de (painter; 1896–1956) 500

Pistoia 11, 171–83

Pitigliano 358–60, 360

Pitti, Luca 67

Pius II, pope (Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini) 11,

118, 240, 271, 302, 304, 315, 319, 322, 373;

(cope of) 306; (portrait of) 305

Pius III, pope (Francesco Piccolomini) 240, 304

Pius V, pope (Antonio Ghislieri) 6

Platonic Academy 92, 97, 127, 149

Pliny the Elder 347

Poccetti (Bernardino Barbatelli; painter;

1548–1612) 109, 206, 461, 547, 549; (attributions)

101

Poccianti, Pasquale (architect; 1774–1858) 147,

149, 418, 422

Poggi, Giuseppe (architect; 1811–1901) 78, 79,

466

Poggibonsi 297–98

Poggio a Caiano 146–48

Poggio Civitate 275

Poggio alle Mura 321

Poggio Neri, park of 397

Poggio Sterzoni 360

Poggioferro 365

Politian 89, 118, 337, 454; (birthplace of) 337;

(tomb of) 58

Pollaiolo, Antonio del (painter; c.1432–98) 34,

77, 145, 298, 410

Pollaiolo, Piero del (painter; brother of Antonio;

c.1441–96) 77, 290; (attributions) 34

Pollastrini, Enrico (painter; 1817–76) 176

Pomarance 415

Pomarancio, Il (Niccolò Circignani; painter;

c.1517–96) 409, 410, 413, 415 (see also

Roncalli)

Pomino 125

Pontassieve 125–26

Ponte Buggianese 186

Ponte della Maddalena 492

Ponte a Mensola 93–94

Pontedera 463

Pontito 189

Pontormo (Jacopo Carucci; painter; 1494–1556)

38, 61, 74, 102, 108, 108, 143, 148, 151, 476,

575; (birthplace of) 143; (tomb of) 62

Pontremoli 512–13

Poppi, town 524–26

Poppi, Il (Francesco Morandini; painter;

1544–97) 179, 464, 465, 525, 547, 549

Poppiano 153

Populonia 390–92, 391

Porciano 520

Porcinai, Pietro (garden designer; 1910–86) 191

Porta, Orazio (architect; late 16C) 555

Portelli, Carlo (painter; pupil of Ridolfo del

Ghirlandaio; d.1574) 122, 131, 525, 548

Portigiani, Pagno di Lapo (sculptor; 1406–70)

465

Portiglione 378

Porto Ercole 383

Porto Santo Stefano 384

Portoferraio (Elba) 427

Pozzi, Francesco (sculptor; 1779–1844) 418

Pozzo, Andrea (painter and architect;

1642–1709) 338, 550, 555

Pozzo, Giovanni Battista (painter; 1561–89) 295

Prato 163–71

Pratomagno 130–32

Pratovecchio 521–22

Preti, Mattia (‘Il Cavalier Calabrese’; painter;

1613–99) 173, 176, 238

Priamo della Quercia (painter; brother of Jacopo;

fl. 1426–67) 411

Pseudo Pier Francesco Fiorentino (painter; active

late 15C) 552

622 INDEX INDEX 623

Pucci, Ambrogio (woodcarver; fl. 1529) 488

Pucci, Nicolao (woodcarver; fl. 1529) 488

Puccinelli, Angelo (painter; 14C) 488, 489, 508,

511; (attributions) 475

Puccini, Giacomo 291, 383, 475; (birthplace of)

474–75; (family of) 492; (villa of) 501

Puccio di Simone (painter; c.1315–73) 158

Puglieschi, Antonio (painter; 1660–1732) 128

Puligo, Domenico (painter; 1492–1527) 579

Pulzone, Scipione (painter; c.1550–98) 547

Punta Ala 377

Purismo 221

Q

Quarto di Rimaggio 109

Quercegrossa 206

Quercianella 424

Quiricus, St 307

R

Radda in Chianti 203

Radicofani 321–22

Radicondoli 297

Raffaele da Brescia (woodcarver; 1479–1539)

273

Raffaellino del Colle 576, 577, 578

Raffaellino del Garbo (Raffaellino de’ Carli;

painter; c.1466–1524) 155, 200, 565; (attributions)

131, 486

Raffaello da Montelupo (sculptor and architect;

son of Baccio; c.1505–66) 117, 474; (birthplace

of) 139

Raggi, Antonio (sculptor; pupil of Bernini;

1624–86) 238

Rainaldo (architect; 12C) 437, 449

Rainerius, St 438, 457

Ramignani, Tommaso (architect; 1596–1657)

179

Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio; painter; 1483–1520)

37–38, 68, 69, 456; (portrait of) 271; (selfportrait)

38; (attributions) 187, 240

Ratchis, Lombard king 8, 328

Ravi 375

Reishammer, Carlo (architect; 1806–83) 378

Rembrandt van Rijn (painter; 1606–69) 39

Reni, Guido (painter; 1575–1642) 254, 456, 488

Retignano 505

Revelli, Vincenzo Antonio (painter; 1764–1835)

428

Reynolds, Sir Joshua (painter; 1723–92) 417

Ribera, Jusepe (José de Ribera; ‘Lo Spagnoletto;

painter; 1590–1652) 176, 578

Ricasoli, Baron Bettino 15, 204

Riccardo da Como (architect; 13C) 406

Ricci, St Catherine de’ 171

Ricci, Stefano (sculptor; 1765–1837) 445, 545

Ricciarelli, Daniele (see Daniele da Volterra)

Ricciarelli, Leonardo (sculptor and painter;

nephew of Daniele da Volterra; 16C) 408

Riccio, Il (Bartolomeo Neroni; painter and sculptor;

pupil and son-in-law of Sodoma; 1500–71)

239, 253, 259, 269, 272, 273, 274, 306, 309,

317, 325; (attributions) 413

Riccomanni family (sculptors; 15C) 502, 503,

507

Ridolfi, Michele (painter; 1793–1854) 479

Rimigliano 396

Ripa d’Orcia 313

Ripanda, Matteo (painter; 16C) 273

Riposo dei Vescovi (Fiesole) 92–93

Ristoro, Fra’ (painter; d.1284) 53, 180, 555

Riva del Sole 377

Rivalta, Augusto (sculptor; 1827–1925) 421

Robbia, Andrea della (sculptor; nephew of Luca;

1435–1525) 45, 62, 88, 109, 123, 130, 142,

163, 168, 172, 183, 188, 198, 210, 262, 310,

317, 322, 326, 336, 337, 411, 454, 465, 492,

519, 526, 545, 549, 556, 573, 578, 579; (La

Verna) 528; (attributions) 321, 338, 409, 524,

575

Robbia, Giovanni della (sculptor; son of Andrea;

1469–1529) 87, 109, 129, 130, 145, 178, 183,

212, 271, 414, 467, 556; (attributions) 203,

447, 545

Robbia, Girolamo della (sculptor; son of Andrea;

1488–1566) 526

Robbia, Luca della (sculptor; 1399/1400–1482)

42, 45, 46, 49, 52, 63, 66, 77, 110, 183, 188,

198, 528; (Visitation) 182, 183; (attributions)

409, 473

Robbia, Luca della, the Younger (sculptor; son of

Andrea; 1475–1548) 127, 498

Robbia, Marco della (Fra’ Mattia; sculptor; brother

of Giovanni; 1468–c.1534) 483

Rocca d’Orcia 313

Rocca San Silvestro 395

Roccalbegna 327

Roccastrada 372

Roccatederighi 372

Rocchette di Fazio 364

Rolli, Giuseppe (painter; 1652–1727) 461

Rolli, Pietro (painter; brother of Giuseppe; fl.

17C–18C) 461

Rollo, Adolfo (painter; 20C) 524

Roman, Rome 7, 86, 344, 347, 368, 374, 406,

436, 470, 553

Roman towns (Arezzo) 534; (Cosa) 382; (Fiesole)

88; (Lucca) 481; (Populonia) 392; (Roselle)

371; (Volterra) 411

Roman villas (Elba) 429; (Ghiaccioforte) 365;

(Giannutri) 385; (Massaciuccoli) 501; (Santa

Liberata) 384; (San Vincenzino) 425;

(Settefinestre) 7, 383; (Vergigno) 140

Romanelli, Giovanni Francesco (painter; pupil of

Pietro da Cortona) 1616–62) 454

Romanelli, Mariano d’Agnolo (sculptor; active

late 14C) 288, 329, 556

Romanelli, Pasquale (sculptor; 1812–87) 536

Romanelli, Raffaello (sculptor; son of Pasquale;

1856–1928) 261

Romano, Marco (sculptor; fl. early 14C) 293,

296

Romena, castle of 517

Romuald, St 523

Roncalli, Cristoforo (Il Pomarancio; painter;

pupil of Niccolò Circignani; 1552–1626) 415

Ronta 122

Rosa, Salvator (painter; 1615–73) 476, 549

Rosano 126

Roselle 371, (finds from) 370

Rosi, Zanobi (painter; fl. 1626) 441

Rosia 267

Rosignano Marittimo 424

Rosignano Solvay 424

Rosini, Giovanni 449

Rospigliosi, Giulio (see Clement IX)

Rosselli, Cosimo (painter; 1439–1507) 87, 123

Rosselli, Domenicodi Giovanni (sculptor;

c.1439–98) 120, 462

Rosselli, Francesco (painter; fl. 1570–1608) 293

Rosselli, Matteo (painter; master of Il Volterrano;

1578–1650) 102, 106, 116, 120, 130, 137,

170, 176, 177, 180, 181, 185, 199, 408, 409,

453, 464, 503, 550, 555; (attributions) 128,

506, 507

Rossellino, Antonio (Antonio Gamberelli; sculptor;

brother of Bernardo; 1427–79) 77, 95,

142, 165, 180; (attributions) 132, 174

Rossellino, Bernardo (Bernardo Gamberelli;

architect and sculptor; pupil of Leon Battista

Alberti; 1409–64) 11, 52, 64, 180, 230, 232,

255, 302ff, 542, 542; (attributions) 142, 168,

546

Rossetti, Giovan Paolo (painter; d.1586) 413

Rosso Fiorentino (Giovanni Battista Rosso;

painter; 1494–1541) 38, 61, 410, 550, 577;

(attributions) 456

Rosso, Giuseppe del (architect; son of Zanobi;

1760–1831) 124

Rosso, Zanobi del (architect; 1724–98) 141

Rovani, organmakers 181

Rovezzano 110

Rubens (Sir Peter Paul; painter; 1577–1640) 38,

69

Rucellai, Giovanni 53, 64; (Rucellai Madonna)

31–32

Rufina 125

Ruggeri, Ferdinando (architect; c.1691–1741)

74, 141, 145, 567

Ruskin, John 470, 473

Rustici, Cristoforo (sculptor; 1560–1640) 155

Rustici, Francesco (sculptor; son of Cristoforo;

17C) 297

Rustici, Giovan Francesco (sculptor; 1474–1554)

157

Rustici, Vincenzo (painter; pupil of Antonio

Casolani; 1556–1632) 227, 310, 313

S

S. Agata in Arfoli 131

S. Anna in Camprena 349

S. Appiano 210

S. Bartolomeo a Scampata 128

S. Benedetto (Cascina) 463

S. Bernardino, friary of 351

S. Biagio (Montepulciano) 339, 339

S. Bruzio 365

S. Caterina dell’Antella, oratory 109

S. Cecilia a Decimo 209

S. Clemente a Sociano 132

S. Cresci (Mugello) 123

S. Cresci (Chianti) 202

S. Giorgio di Brancoli 492

S. Giorgio a Ruballa 109

SS. Giovanni e Felicita 504

S. Giovanni in Sugana 209

S. Girolamo (Volterra) 414

SS. Giusto e Clemente 204

S. Giusto in Salcio 203

S. Lazzaro a Lucardo 209–10

S. Leolino 202–03

S. Leonardo al Lago 265

S. Lorenzo al Lanzo 373

S. Lucchese, monastery of 298

S. Margherita a Montici 107

S. Maria a Belverde 343

S. Maria del Calcinaio 568–69

S. Maria a Casavecchia 208

S. Maria a Chianni 158

S. Maria a Fagna 120–21

S. Maria delle Grazie (Casentino) 520

S. Maria delle Grazie, sanctuary of 340

624 INDEX INDEX 625

S. Maria ad Lamulas 324

S. Maria ad Olmi 122

S. Maria del Sasso 527

S. Maria delle Vertighe 555

S. Martino (Seravezza) 505

S. Martino a Gangalandi 137

S. Martino di Montedoglio 578

S. Martino alla Palma 138

S. Martino a Vado 522

S. Piero a Grado 459–60

S. Pietro in Bossolo 210

S. Pietro a Cedda 206

S. Pietro in Mercato 152

S. Pietro in Villore 274

S. Polo in Rosso 203

S. Rabano 379

S. Stefano a Campoli 211

S. Stefano in Cennano 349

Sabatelli, Luigi (painter; 1772–1850) 116, 173,

176, 545

Sacred Girdle, the 164

Sagrestani, Giovanni Camillo (painter;

1660–1731) 130, 413, 565, 566; (attributions)

556

Saint Phalle, Niki de (Catherine-Marie-Agnès Fal

de Saint Phalle; sculptor; 1930–2002) 385

Salerno di Coppo (painter; son of Coppo di

Marcovaldo; mid-13C) 174

Salimbeni, Arcangelo (painter; father of Ventura;

1530/40–after 1580) 253, 306, 549

Salimbeni, Ventura (painter; 1567/68–1613) 248,

252, 254, 258, 260, 441, 452, 453, 487

Salivoli 392

Salvestrini, Pietro (painter; pupil of Bernardino

Poccetti; 1574–1631) 137

Sammezzano 132

San Casciano dei Bagni 343

San Casciano in Val di Pesa 208–09

San Cassiano di Controne 493

San Cerbone, necropolis of 390, 391

San Domenico di Fiesole 93

San Donato in Collina 109

San Donato in Poggio 212

San Galgano, abbey of 276–77, 277

San Gimignano 8, 9, 11, 281–91

San Giovanni d’Asso 273–74

San Giovanni Valdarno 128–29

San Giuliano Terme 460

San Godenzo 125

San Guido 397

San Gusmè 204

San Lorenzo a Merse 278

San Miniato 463–65

San Pancrazio 209

San Pancrazio 492

San Paolo a Mosciano 138

San Pellegrino in Alpe 499–500

San Piero a Sieve 117

San Pietro al Terreno 127

San Quirico d’Orcia 307–10

San Romano, battle of 33

San Rossore nature reserve 459

San Silvestro, archaeological park of 393–95

San Vincenzino 425

San Vincenzo 398

San Vivaldo 154–55

Sangallo, Antonio da, the Elder (Antonio

Giamberti; architect; 1463–1534) 121, 295,

333, 334, 338, 339, 410, 421, 550, 554; (attributions)

337

Sangallo, Antonio da, the Younger (Antonio

Cordiani; architect; nephew of Antonio the

Elder; 1483–1546) 543

Sangallo, Francesco da (sculptor; son of Giuliano;

1494–1576) 109, 168, 467

Sangallo, Giuliano da (Giuliano Giamberti;

brother of Antonio the Elder; architect and

sculptor; 1443–1516) 146, 168, 298, 358,

359, 454, 459, 550, 578; (attributions) 138,

294, 556

Sano di Pietro (painter; 1406–81) 231, 240, 243,

248, 256, 257, 258, 262, 294, 299, 304, 306,

309, 316, 319, 337, 342, 345, 364, 370

Sansepolcro 12, 16, 572–78

Sansovino, Andrea (Andrea Contucci; sculptor

and architect; c. 1470–1529) 107, 409, 554;

(birthplace of) 554; (house of) 555; (tomb slab

of) 555; (attributions) 548

Sansovino, Jacopo (Jacopo Tatti; sculptor and

architect; pupil of Andrea; 1486–1570) 120,

348, 513

Sant’Agata 121

Sant’Andrea in Percussina 206–08

Sant’Angelo in Colle 321

Sant’Anna 505

Sant’Antimo, abbey church of 319

Santa Barbara 129

Santa Brigida 110

Santa Croce sull’Arno 462

Santa Fiora 325–26

Santa Liberata 384

Santa Maria a Monte 462

Santarelli, Emilio (sculptor; 1801–86) 418

Sant’Eustachio 508

Santi di Tito (painter; 1538–1603) 121, 131,

151, 159, 170, 186, 209, 211, 408, 414, 452,

463, 499, 546, 562, 573, 576; (attributions)

211, 564

Santini, Bernardino (painter; 1593–after 1652)

548

Santini, Vincenzo (sculptor; 1807–76) 504

Saracens 369, 371, 379, 436, 458

Sarrocchi, Tito (sculptor; 1824–1900) 226, 246,

254, 259

Sarteano 340–41

Sassetta, village 397

Sassetta (Stefano di Giovanni; painter;

c.1392–1451) 232, 248, 255, 257, 370, 564;

(attributions) 237

Sassetti, Francesco 65, 104

Sasso d’Ombrone 373

Saturnia 363

Savioli, Leonardo (architect; 1917–81) 187

Savonarola, Fra’ Girolamo 27, 58, 59, 337

Scalza, Ippolito (architect; c.1532–1617) 334,

340

Scandicci 138

Scansano 364–65

Scarlino 375

Scarperia 119–21

Scarsellino, Lo (Ippolito Scarsella; painter;

1550–1620) 547

Scheggia, Lo (Giovanni di Ser Giovanni; painter;

brother of Masaccio; 1406–86) 41, 129, 131,

146

Schrieck, Otto Marseus van (painter; 1619–78)

148

Scott, Geoffrey (architect; 1884–1929) 92

Seano 150

Seggiano 325

Segna di Bonaventura (painter; fl. 1298–1331)

241, 255, 258, 269, 273, 293, 306, 370, 550,

552; (attributions) 400

Segromigno in Monte 491

Sellari, Andrea (sculptor; 17C) 568

Selvi, Antonio (medallist; d.1755) 562

Semproniano 364

Senus and Aschius, twins 220

Seravezza 505

Sernigi, Niccolò 210

Serravalle 527

Servite Order 105

Sestino 578

Seton, St Elizabeth 422

Settefinestre 383

Settignano 94–95

Severini, Gino (painter; 1883–1966) 562, 564,

568

Shelley, Percy Bysshe 425, 455, 459, 493, 500

Sieci, Le 110

Siena 219–64

Art of 25

Archivio di Stato 255

Baptistery 244

Campo 226

Casa di Santa Caterina 259

Contrade 251

Crocifisso, church of 259

Duomo 219, 233–40

Duomo Nuovo 233, 240

Fonte Branda 260

Fonte Gaia 226, 246

Guidoriccio da Fogliano fresco 230–31

La Lizza 261

Logge del Papa 254

Loggia della Mercanzia 232

Magione 261

Museo Civico 228–32

Museo Diocesano 258

Museo dell’Opera del Duomo 240–44

Osservanza, basilica of 262

Palazzo Chigi-Saracini 232

Palazzo Piccolomini delle Papesse 232

Palazzo Pubblico 228–32

Palazzo Spannocchi 259

Palazzo Tolomei 259

Palio 226–27

Pinacoteca 247–51

Porta Camollia 261

Porta Ovile 258

Porta Pispini 256; (frescoes from) 257

Porta Romana 255; (frescoes from) 257

S. Bernardino oratory 258

S. Cristoforo 259

S. Domenico 260–61

S. Francesco 257

S. Giorgio 256

S. Giovannino della Staffa 256

S. Giuseppe 254

S. Martino 254

S. Niccolò al Carmine 253

S. Niccolò in Sasso 244

S. Pietro alle Scale 252

S. Rocco 258

S. Sebastiano 253

S. Vigilio 256

S. Agostino 254

S. Caterina in Fontebranda 259

S. Maria dei Servi 255

S. Maria del Carmine 252

S. Maria della Scala 245–46

S. Maria di Provenzano 257

626 INDEX INDEX 627

Siena contd.

S. Maria in Portico a Fontegiusta 261

SS. Niccolò e Lucia 252

S. Spirito 256

S. Stefano (Lizza) 262

Società Esecutori di Pie Disposizioni 256–57

Synagogue 254

Torre del Mangia 228

Via di Città 232

Via Stalloreggi 253

Sigeric, Bishop 299, 308, 319

Signa 137–38

Signorelli, Francesco (painter; nephew of Luca;

d. after 1553) 562, 564

Signorelli, Luca (painter; c.1441–1523) 37, 252,

254, 338, 410, 546, 549, 556, 559, 562, 565,

567, 568, 569, 577; (Monte Oliveto Maggiore)

271–73; (bust of) 562; (portrait of) 271; (attributions)

564

Signori, Carlo Sergio (sculptor; 1906–88) 509

Signorini, Telemaco (painter; 1835–1901) 70,

423

Silvani, Gherardo (sculptor and architect;

1579–1675) 130, 133, 198

Simone da Firenze (painter and sculptor; active

mid-15C) 230

Sinalunga 351

Sisto, Fra’ (architect; 13C) 53, 180

Sitwell family 152

Smollett, Tobias 424; (tomb of) 422

Soderini, Piero 206, 207

Sodo 569–70; (finds from) 563

Sodoma, Il (Giovanni Antonio Bazzi; painter;

1477–1549) 228, 230, 231, 243, 248, 253,

254, 257, 258, 259, 260, 287, 337, 349–40,

351, 438; (Monte Oliveto Maggiore) 271–73,

272

Soggi, Niccolò (painter; c.1474–1552) 539, 546,

550; (attributions) 44

Sogliani, Giovanni Antonio (painter; assistant to

Andrea del Sarto; 1491–1544) 438, 441, 579

Soldani-Benzi, Massimiliano (architect and sculptor;

1658–1740) 130

Solosmeo, Antonio (painter; fl. 1525–36) 525

Sorano 362–63

Sorri, Pietro (painter; c.1556–1621) 240, 525

Sovana 360–62

Sovicille 267

Sozzo di Rustichino (architect; 13C–14C) 369

Spagnoletto, Lo (see Ribera)

Spain, Spanish 13, 266, 368, 381, 383, 427

Spedaletto 311

Spigliati, Piero di Martino (silver- and goldsmith;

pupil of Benvenuto Cellini; fl. 1552–59) 130,

548

Spinelli, Niccolò di Luca (sculptor; late 14C) 544

Spinello Aretino (painter; c.1345–1410) 78, 109,

229, 444, 447, 452, 539, 542, 546, 549, 550

Staggia 298

Stagi, Giuseppe (sculptor; son of Stagio; active

1558–74) 504

Stagi, Lorenzo (sculptor; father of Stagio;

?1455–after 1506) 503, 503, 505; (attributions)

502, 506

Stagi, Stagio (sculptor; 1496–1563) 438, 440,

447, 458, 458, 503, 505; (house of) 504

Starnina, Lo (Gherardo di Jacopo; painter; pupil

of Agnolo Gaddi; c.1354–1413) 142

Stato dei Presidi 368, 380

Stazzema 505–06

Stephenson, Robert 417

Sterpaia 396

Stia 518–19

Stibbert, Frederick 79

Sticciano 372

Strabo 347

Stradano, Giovanni (painter; 1523–1605) 145,

547, 548

Stricchi, Bl. Vivaldo 154

Strozzavolpe, castle of 298

Strozzi, Filippo 54, 64

Stuart, James, the Old Pretender 493

Suttermans, Justus (painter; 1597–1681) 148,

170, 476

Suvereto 395–96

T

Tacca, Ferdinando (sculptor; son of Pietro;

1611/19–86) 105, 166, 167, 420, 503, 507

Tacca, Pietro (sculptor; pupil of Giambologna;

1577–1640) 40, 62, 95, 179, 210, 293, 420,

421; (birthplace of) 508; (statue of) 509; (attributions)

256, 451

Taddeo di Bartolo (painter; master of Giovanni di

Paolo; 1363–1422) 153, 230, 248, 255, 285,

289, 336, 350, 410, 452, 455; (attributions)

408, 556

Tais, Giacomo (painter; active early 18C) 186

Talamone 379–80

Talciona 298

Talenti, Francesco (sculptor and architect;

1300–69) 41, 45, 47

Tamagni, Vincenzo (painter; 1492–c.1530) 273,

287, 289, 290, 299, 317, 318, 372, 415; (attributions)

298, 401

Tarkovsky, Andrei 314

Tarlati, Bishop Guido 270, 545

Tarocchi, Mattia (architect; late 18C) 467

Tarquin, house of 6, 347

Taylor, George Watson 430

Tempesti, Giovanni Battista (painter; 1732–1804)

467; (monument to) 445

Temple Leader, John 96

Tenerani, Pietro (sculptor; 1789–1869) 423, 562

Terme di Saturnia 363

Terre Nuove 126

Tiburzi, Domenico, brigand 385

Ticciati, Girolamo (architect and sculptor;

1671–1744) 116, 117

Ticciati, Pompilio (sculptor; fl. 1731–77) 105

Tilson, Joe (sculptor, painter and printmaker;

b.1928) 568

Tino di Camaino (sculptor; pupil of Giovanni

Pisano; c.1280–1337) 179, 233, 239, 438,

440, 448, 454, 488, 580; (attributions) 289,

508

Tintore, Francesco del (painter; 1645–1718) 483

Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti; painter; 1519–94)

476, 479–80

Tirli 376

Titi, Tiberio (painter; son of Santi di Tito; active

early 17C) 456

Titian (Tiziano Vecellio; painter; c.1488–1576)

38, 68, 69; (Venus of Urbino) 38

Tivoli, Serafino da (painter; 1820–92) 423

Tofanelli, Stefano (painter; 1752–1812) 476,

480, 491, 497

Tolomei, Giovanni (Bl. Bernardo) 270, 349

Tolomei, Pia de’ 375–76

Tolosani, Giovan Maria (painter; early 16C) 292,

293, 295

Tombolo di Feniglia 382

Tommasi, Adolfo (painter; cousin of Angiolo and

Ludovico; 1851–33) 423

Tommasi, Angiolo (painter; 1858–1923) 423

Tommasi, Guglielmo (painter; 18C) 506

Tommasi, Leone (sculptor; 1903–65) 504

Tommasi, Ludovico (painter; brother of Angiolo;

1866–1941) 423

Tommasi, Marcello (sculptor; son of Leone;

1928–2008) 504

Tongiani, Vito (sculptor; b.1940) 475

Torello, Blessed 525

Tornabuoni, Giovanni 54

Torniella 372

Torre a Decima 110

Torre del Gallo 106

Torre del Lago Puccini 501

Torrenieri 319

Torri 267–68

Torriani, Jacopo di Baldassare (sculptor; 15C)

525

Torrigiani, Pietro (sculptor; 1472–1528) 239–40,

287, 288

Torrita di Siena 351

Toscani, Giovanni (painter; c.1370–1430) 523

Tower-houses 284

Traini, Francesco (painter; 14C) 452, 454, 456,

488

Trebbio, Castello del 110

Trebbio, Castello di 117–18

Trefusis, Violet 107

Trequanda 348

Treves, Marco (architect; 19C) 452

Trevisani, Francesco (painter; 1656–1746) 240,

306

Tribolo (Niccolò Pericoli; sculptor and architect;

1500–50) 71, 73, 99, 101, 102, 103; (attributions)

445

Triumph of Death frescoes 446, 447

Trollope, Thomas Adolphus 156

Troubetzkoy, Paul (sculptor; 1866–1938) 501

True Cross fresco cycle (Arezzo) 536–39;

(Volterra) 413

Turapilli, Ventura (sculptor, woodcarver and

architect; d.1522) 258

Turco, Flaminio del (sculptor; d.1634) 237, 238

Turino di Sano (sculptor; fl. 1382–1427) 244

Tuscan League 154

Tuscher, Marco (architect; 1705–51) 560

Tuscia 8, 43

Twain, Mark 94

U

Uccellina mountains 378–79

Ugo, margrave of Tuscia 43, 177

Ugolino da Siena (painter; fl. 1317–27) 158

Ugolino di Nerio (painter; early 14C) 204, 208,

241, 370; (attributions) 348

‘Ugolino Lorenzetti’ (painter; early 14C) 488

Ulisse de Matteis (stained glass artist;

1830–1910) 257

Unghero, Giovanni (architect; c.1490–1546) 179

Urbano da Cortona (sculptor; c.1426–1504) 238,

257, 269, 309, 401

Uzzano 188–89

V

Vaccà, Andrea (sculptor; active early 18C) 174,

450

Vaccà, Giovanni Battista (sculptor; fl. 1711–50)

440

628 INDEX INDEX 629

Vada 425

Vagnetti, Italo (sculptor; 1864–1933) 123

Val d’Arbia 274–75

Val di Chiana 340–51, 553–56

Val di Cornia 389ff

Val d’Orcia 310–15

Valadier, Giuseppe (architect and designer;

1762–1839) 545

Valdarno 126–30

Valdicastello Carducci 504

Valiana 522

Vallombrosa 132–33

Vangi, Giuliano (sculptor; b.1931) 438

Vanni, Andrea (painter; c.1332–1413) 245, 260,

261, 262; (attributions) 257

Vanni, Francesco (painter; 1563–1610; claimed

descent from Andrea Vanni) 179, 244, 248,

252, 253, 256, 258, 261, 318, 323, 324, 359,

441, 452, 547; (tomb of) 256

Vanni, Lippo (painter; brother of Andrea; fl.

1341–75) 257, 258, 265, 287, 297; (attributions)

556

Vanni, Michelangelo (painter; son of Francesco;

active early 17C) 256

Vanni, Raffaello (painter; son of Francesco;

1587–1673) 238, 244, 253, 256, 258, 452,

550, 563

Vannini, Ottavio (painter; 1585–1643) 293

Vanvitelli, Gaspare (Gaspar van Wittel; architect;

1653–1736) 254

Varano 511

Varchi, Benedetto 130

Vasari, Giorgio (painter, architect and writer;

great-grandson of Lazzaro; 1512–74) 13, 28,

29, 39, 41, 46, 56, 73, 104, 108, 145, 179,

241, 420, 450, 451, 488, 524, 542, 546, 547,

548, 549, 550, 552, 554, 565, 566, 567;

(Uffizi) 29; (bust of) 547; (house of) 547; (selfportrait)

62; (attributions) 124, 128

Vasari, Lazzaro Taldi (painter; uncle of Luca

Signorelli; c.1399–1452) 547

Vecchi, Giovanni de’ (painter; 1537–1615) 576,

577

Vecchietta (Lorenzo di Pietro; painter and sculptor;

c.1412–80) 231, 232, 238, 244, 246, 248,

256, 258, 304, 306, 317, 336, 364, 488;

(birthplace of) 313; (attributions) 261, 396

Vellano 189

Ventura di Moro (painter; fl. 1416–56) 293

Venturi, Venturino (sculptor; 1918–2002) 191

Veracini, Agostino (painter; 1689–1762) 408

Verdi, Giuseppe 184

Verdiana, St 153

Vergigno 140

Veronese, Paolo (Paolo Caliari; painter; 1528–88)

38

Verrocchio, Andrea del (sculptor and painter;

1435–88) 29, 36, 42, 56, 174; (David) 45;

(attributions) 44, 69, 74, 174, 181, 464, 499

Versilia 500–06

Vescovado 274

Vespa factory (Pontedera) 463

Vespignano 123

Vespucci, Amerigo 201

Vetriano 492

Vetulonia 374

Via Aurelia 8, 389

Via Cassia 8, 206ff, 206, 274, 275, 302

Via Chiantigiana 200ff

Via Francigena 8, 9, 145, 282, 297, 298, 299,

308, 319, 328, 349, 502, 506, 512

Via Volterrana 151ff

Viani, Lorenzo (painter; 1882–1936) 500

Viareggio 500

Vicchio 123

Vicchio di Rimaggio 110

Vicopelago 492

Vicopisano 461

Vignali, Jacopo (painter; pupil of Matteo Rosselli;

1592–1664) 109, 116, 177, 209, 413, 461,

463, 466, 476, 521

Vigne, Pier delle 464

Vignola 338

Vignoni Alto 315

Viligiardi, Arturo (painter, sculptor and architect;

1869–1936) 232, 344

Villas

Artimino 150

Le Balze 92

Banfi 317, 321

Bel Riposo 102

Bernardini 492

Boccaccio 94

Brichieri-Colombi 107

Cafaggiolo 118

Capponi 106

Careggi 96–97

Caruso Bellosguardo 138

Castello 102–04

Cetinale 266–67

I Collazzi 151

La Colombaia 107

Corsini 102

Le Corti 211

Demidoff 105

La Fratta 351

Villas contd.

Gamberaia 95

Garzoni 189

Gioiello 106

Grabau 492

Malaspina 511

Mansi 491

Medici (Cerreto Guidi) 145

Medici (Fiesole) 89

Mercedes 107

Mimbelli (Livorno) 422–23

Montauto 107

Oliva Buonvisi 492

dell’Ombrellino 107

Paolina 500

Passerini 569

della Petraia 97–102

Peyron al Bosco di Fontelucente 96

La Pietra 104–05

Poggio a Caiano 146–49

Poggio Gherardo 94

Puccini 501

Ravà 107

Reale (Marlia) 491

Rinuccini di Torre a Cona 109

I Tatti 94

Torrigiani 491

Vistarenni 203

Villafranca in Lunigiana 511

Villamagna 110

Ville Le Coste 92

Vincenzo da Cortona (woodworker; early 16C)

565

Vinci 143–44 (see also Leonardo)

Visconti, Gian Galeazzo 220, 436

Vite, Antonio (painter; d.1407) 181

Vitoni, Ventura (architect; pupil of Bramante;

1442–1532) 178, 179

Vittorio Emanuele II, king of Italy 97, 99, 100;

(statue of) 421, 489

Vivo d’Orcia 314

Volpaia 203

Voltaire (François-Marie Arouet) 561

Volterra 12, 406–14

Volterrano, Il (Baldassare Franceschini; painter;

pupil of Cosimo Daddi; 1611–89) 100–01,

133, 410, 411, 414, 461

Volto Santo (Lucca) 478–79, 481; (Sansepolcro)

573

W

Walpole, Horace 14

Waterfield, Aubrey 511

Watts, George Frederic (painter; 1817–1904) 97

Wharton, Edith 155

William of Maleval, St 375, 376

Wine 591–92; (Bolgheri) 397; (Chianti) 202;

(Montalcino) 317; (Montepulciano) 333;

(Ornellaia) 397; (Sassicaia) 397; (Supertuscans)

397

Witte, Pieter de (Pietro Candido; painter;

1548–1628) 408

Wordsworth, William 133

X

Ximenes, Ettore (sculptor; 1855–1926) 423

Ximenes, Leonardo (engineer; mid-18C) 192,

377

Ximenes, Sebastiano 132

Y

Youf, Jean-Baptiste-Gilles (cabinet-maker;

1762–1838) 101

Z

Zaballi, Raimondo (painter; d.1842) 547

Zacchi, Zaccaria (painter; 1473–1544) 294, 415

Zanuso, Marco (architect and industrial designer;

1916–2001) 191

Zeffirelli, Franco 16

Zeffirini, Onofrio (organmaker; 16C) 526, 566

Zita, St 483

Zocchi, Arnaldo (sculptor; 1862–1940) 341, 576

Zoffany, Johan (painter; 1733–1810) 562

Zuccarelli, Francesco (painter; 1702–88) 359

Zuccari, Federico (painter; 1542–1609) 46, 479,

487, 488

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Abano Terme 109

Aeneas, story of 236, 285, 310, 326, 375

Agathocles of Syracuse 375

Agrate, Marco d’ (Lombard sculptor; active

1534–71) 34

Agrigento 378–79, 379

Alba 24

Alba Longa, ancient city 236, 285

Alban Hills 285–86

Albenga 167

Alberobello 359–60, 359

Alberti, Leon Battista (Florentine architect;

1404–72) 59, 60, 60, 156, 187, 188

Albissola 167

Albornoz, Cardinal Gil 297, 303, 305

Alessi, Galeazzo (Perugian architect; c.1512–72)

30, 161

Alfieri, Benedetto (Piedmontese architect;

1700–77) 21

Alfieri, Vittorio, poet 23

Algardi, Alessandro (sculptor, active in Rome;

1598–1654) 243, 253, 260

Allori, Alessandro (Florentine painter;

1535–1607) 192

Altichiero (Venetian painter, active in Padua;

c.1330–95) 69, 106, 107, 107, 118

Amadeo, Giovanni Antonio (Lombard sculptor;

1447–1522) 30, 32, 46, 49, 57–58

Amalfi 343

Amalfi Coast 342–47

Ambrose, St 30, 35, 40–41

Amiata, Mt 227

Ammannati, Bartolomeo (Florentine sculptor;

1511–92) 179, 192

Andrea da Salerno (Andrea Sabatini; Campanian

painter; c.1484–1530) 321

Andrea del Castagno (Florentine painter;

c.1420–57) 183

Andrea di Bonaiuto (Andrea da Firenze;

Florentine painter; 1343–77) 188

Angelico, Fra’ (Guido di Pietro; Florentine painter;

c.1400–55) 186, 196, 270; (tomb of) 256

Angera 50

Angevin rulers of Naples and Sicily 312, 368

Annigoni, Pietro (painter; 1910–88) 106

d’Annunzio, Gabriele, poet 111

Anselm, St 9, 355

Anselmo da Campione (Campionese sculptor;

fl.1160–80) 142

Antelami, Benedetto (architect, active in Parma;

c.1178–1230) 143

Anthony of Padua, St 106

Antinous, favourite of Hadrian 283

Antonelli, Alessandro (Piedmontese architect;

1798–1888) 19

Antonello da Messina (Sicilian painter;

c.1430–79) 83, 370, 371, 371, 373, 382

Antoninus Pius, emperor 237

Antonio da Ponte (Venetian architect and engineer;

1512–97) 70, 82

Aosta 9

Apollo Belvedere 272, 272

Apollodorus of Damascus 283

Apulian Romanesque 354, 355, 356, 357

Aquileia 130

Arabs in Sicily 368, 369, 376

Aragonese rule in Naples and Sicily 312, 368

Arezzo 230–33

Arians 152

Ariosto, Ludovico, poet 146

Arnad 11

Arnolfo di Cambio (Tuscan architect and sculptor;

c.1245–1302) 139, 268

Arona 49

Arquà Petrarca 109

Arte Povera, art movement 21

Asciano 224

Asolo 125–26

Aspertini, Amico (Bolognese painter;

406 INDEX INDEX 407

c.1474–1552) 137, 138, 199

Assisi 297–301, 298

Asti 23

Attila the Hun 128

Augustine, St 35, 220

Augustus, first Roman emperor 237, 251, 265,

310; (house of) 249; (mausoleum of) 264

Austria, Autrian rule in Italy 6, 13, 28, 30, 63,

175, 312

Austrian ‘quadrilateral’ 112, 114

Avignon, popes in 237

Aymavilles 9–10

B

Baciccia (Giovanni Battista Gaulli; Genoese

painter, active in Rome; 1639–1709) 261

Baciocchi, Elisa, sister of Napoleon 197

Bacon, Francis (painter; 1909–92) 275

Badia a Coltibuono 206

Bagno Vignoni 226

Baia 326

Bambaia (Agostino Busti; Lombard sculptor;

1483–1548) 30, 34, 40, 49

Barbaresco 24

Barbarossa, Frederick, Holy Roman Emperor 28,

234

Bard, fortress of 11

Bardolino 112

Bari 353, 354–55

Barisano da Trani (Apulian sculptor; 12C) 344,

356, 372

Barletta 355

Barolo 24

Baroque architecture of Sicily 384, 385

Bartolo di Fredi (Sienese painter; c.1330–1410)

219

Basil the Great, St 365

Basil II, Byzantine emperor 350

Basilicata 350–52

Bassano del Grappa 125

Bassano, Jacopo (Jacopo da Ponte; Venetian

painter; c.1510–92) 18, 42, 80, 125

Baveno 49

Beccafumi, Domenico (Sienese painter and sculptor;

1485–1551) 210, 216

Bellagio 53

Bellini, Gentile (Venetian painter, brother of

Giovanni; 1429–1507) 38, 126

Bellini, Giovanni (Venetian painter; c.1433–1516)

35, 38, 68, 83, 84, 88, 89, 92, 93, 104, 122, 270

Bellini, Jacopo (Venetian painter, father of

Giovanni; c.1400–70/71) 119

Bembo, Pietro, scholar and cardinal 126, 146

Benedetto da Maiano (Tuscan sculptor; 1442–97)

183, 221

Benedict, St 234

Bentivoglio family, lords of Bologna 137

Bergamo 57–59

Bergognone, Ambrogio (Lombard painter; active

1480–1522) 30, 35, 38, 46, 47

Bernard of Menthon, St 7

Bernini, Gian Lorenzo (Roman sculptor, architect

and painter; 1598–1680) 142, 214, 238, 243,

253, 256, 260, 262, 263, 264, 266, 303, 359;

(Apollo and Daphne) 266, 267; (David) 266;

(Fountain of Four Rivers) 259–60; (St Peter’s)

268–69; (tomb of) 257

Birth of Venus (see Florence)

Bitonto 357

Boccaccio, Giovanni, poet 196, 314

Boccioni, Umberto (Futurist painter and sculptor;

1882–1916) 31

Boethius, Anicius Manlius, philosopher 46

Boldini, Giovanni (painter; 1842–1931) 151

Bologna 133–40, 136; (art of) 137

Boltraffio, Giovanni Antonio (Lombard painter;

1457–1516) 30, 35, 39

Bon, Bartolomeo the Younger (Venetian sculptor;

active late 15C/early 16C) 76, 80

Bonanno da Pisa (Pisan sculptor; active late 12C)

204, 372

Bonaparte, Elisa (see Baciocchi)

Bonaparte, Joseph 313

Bonaparte, Napoleon (see Napoleon)

Bonaparte, Pauline 266

Bonino da Campione (Campionese sculptor;

fl.1357–75) 40, 115

Borgia, Lucrezia 146, 147, 308; (hair of) 43

Borgia, Rodrigo (Pope Alexander VI) 226, 275

Borromeo, St Charles 32, 34, 35, 46, 49

Borromeo, Cardinal Federico 42

Borromini, Francesco (architect, active in Rome;

1599–1667) 238, 258, 260, 263

Botticelli, Sandro (Alessandro Filipepi; Florentine

painter; 1445–1510) 180–81, 181, 275

Bourbon, royal house of 143, 312–13

Bramante, Donato (Umbrian architect, active in

Milan and Rome; 1444–1514) 30, 41, 262, 274

(caption)

Bregno, Andrea (Andrea da Milano; Lombard

sculptor; c.1421–1506) 214

Brenta canal 101

Brill, Paul (Flemish painter, active in Milan;

1554–1626) 43

Bronzino (Agnolo di Cosimo Tori; Florentine

painter; 1503–72) 18, 165, 179, 200

Browning, Robert, poet 87, 126

Brueghel, Jan the Elder (Flemish painter, active in

Milan; 1568–1625) 43

Brunelleschi, Filippo (Florentine sculptor and

architect; 1377–1446) 183, 184, 187, 188,

191, 192; (burial place of) 183

Brusasorci (Domenico Ricci; Venetian painter;

1516–67) 123

Buffalmacco (Bonamico di Cristofano; Tuscan

painter; 1262–1340) 204

Buggiano (Andrea di Lazzaro Cavalcanti;

Florentine architect; 1412–62) 185

Burlamacchi, Francesco, anti-Medici revolutionary

197

Byron, Lord, poet 43, 272

Byzantine, Byzantines in Italy 152, 237, 353, 354,

362, 365–66

Byzantine art and architecture (Monreale) 372;

(Palermo) 370; (Ravenna) 154; (Stilo) 366;

(Torcello) 98; (Venice) 77, 78

C

Calabria 365–67

Calatrava, Santiago (architect; b.1951) 74

Caliari, Gabriele (artist from Verona, father of

Veronese) 115

Calvin, John, religious reformer 146

Cambiaso, Luca (Genoese painter; 1527–85) 161

Campanella, Tommaso, Dominican friar 365

Campania 311–49

Campionese masters, sculptors (14C) 34, 46, 48,

141, 143

Campoformido, town and treaty of 67, 128

Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio Canal; Venetian

painter; 1697–1768) 68, 87

Canova, Antonio (Venetian sculptor; 1757–1822)

38, 43, 56, 266, 271, 272, 314; (mausoleum

of) 94

Capri, island of 338–42, 341

Caracciolo, Battistello (Neapolitan painter;

c.1578–1635) 321

Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi; painter, active

in Rome, Genoa, Naples and Sicily;

c.1571–1610) 38, 42, 128, 161, 164, 243, 253,

260, 264, 264, 266, 270, 318, 321

Caroline of Brunswick, princess 54

Caroto, Giovanni Francesco (Venetian painter;

c.1480–1555) 119

Carpaccio, Vittore (Venetian painter;

c.1460–1525/6) 83, 84, 90, 90, 96

Carrà, Carlo (Futurist and Novecento artist;

1881–1966) 32

Carracci, Agostino (Bolognese painter, cousin of

Ludovico; 1557–1602) 137

Carracci, Annibale (Bolognese painter, cousin of

Ludovico; 1560–1609) 137, 264

Carracci, Ludovico (Bolognese painter;

1555–1619) 137, 139, 142

Carraresi family, lords of Padua 103

Carthage, Carthaginians (Punic Wars against Rome)

296, 311; (battles with Greeks) 376, 378, 382

Casale, Roman villa of 380–81, 380

Casanova, Giacomo, writer, spy and libertine 82

Caserta, palace of 328

Castelbuono 373

Castel del Monte 357–58, 357

Castelfranco Veneto 124

Castel Gandolfo 285

Castelmola 387

Castiglione, Cardinal Branda 51, 258

Castiglione, Giovanni Benedetto (Grechetto;

Genoese painter; c.1610–65) 161, 164

Castiglione Olona 51–52

Cateau-Cambrésis, treaty of 6, 13, 226

Catherine of Siena, St 216–17; (body of) 256

Catullus, Roman poet 110

Cavallini, Pietro (Roman painter, also active in

Naples; fl. 1250–1330) 320

Cavour, Camillo, Count of, statesman 6, 13, 24,

238

Cecilia, St 262

Cefalù 372, 373

Cellini, Benvenuto (Florentine sculptor and goldsmith;

1500–71) 179, 182

Cerano, Il (see Crespi, Giovanni)

Ceres (see Demeter)

Cernobbio 54

Cerveteri 288–89

Cervo 167

Challant family, lords of Aosta 7, 10, 11

Charlemagne, Holy Roman Emperor 28, 45, 234,

237, 268

Charles I of Anjou, king of Naples 210, 312, 368;

(tomb of) 315

Charles III of Bourbon, king of Naples 312

Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor 45, 65, 137,

178, 234, 238

Cherasco 24

Chiswick House 124

Christianity, emergence of 30, 237, 310

Chianti 205–08, 206

Chigi family 208, 264

Chiusi 228–30

Cima da Conegliano (Giovanni Battista Cima;

Venetian painter; c.1459–1518) 88, 97

Cimabue (Cenni di Peppi; Florentine painter;

408 INDEX

Fanzolo 124

Farnese family, patricians of Rome 143, 261

Fénis, castle of 10–11

Ferdinand IV, Bourbon king of Naples 312–13

Fernach, Hans von (German sculptor, active in

Lombardy; late 14–early 15C) 34, 58

Ferrara 146–52

Ferrari, Defendente (Piedmontese painter; active

1518–85) 15

Ferrari, Gaudenzio (Piedmontese painter;

c.1470–1546) 18, 27, 41

Fiesole 196

Flaminius, Gaius, Roman consul 296

Florence 172, 174–95; (art of) 173

Accademia gallery 186–87

Baptistery 1, 183–84

Bargello 182–83

Birth of Venus 180–81, 181

Boboli Gardens 180

Brancacci Chapel 192–94

Casa Buonarroti 191

David (Donatello) 182, 183

David (Michelangelo) 175, 186–87

Duomo 183

Loggia della Signoria 179

Mercato Nuovo 182

Museo dell’Opera del Duomo 184

Orsanmichele 182

Palazzo Medici-Riccardi 184

Palazzo Pitti 179–80, 192

Palazzo Rucellai 188

Palazzo Strozzi 188

Palazzo Vecchio 175–79

Pazzi Chapel 191

Ponte Santa Trinita 192

Ponte Vecchio 191–92

Procacci 188

S. Croce 23, 189–91

S. Felicita 192

S. Lorenzo 184

S. Marco 186

S. Maria Novella 187

S. Miniato al Monte 194

S. Spirito 192

Spedale degli Innocenti 187

Uffizi 180–81

Foix, Gaston de, French warrior 152

Fontana, Domenico (architect from Lake Lugano,

active in Rome; 1543–1607) 257, 314

Fontana, Lucio (ceramicist; 1899–1968) 167

Foppa, Vincenzo (Lombard painter;

c.1427–1515) 30, 35, 38

Fourth Crusade 77, 78

Francia, Francesco (Bolognese painter and goldsmith;

c.1450–1517) 137, 138

Francis, St 297–99, 299, 300

Franks, conquests in Italy 28, 152, 237

Frascati 285–86

Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor (Frederick of

Hohenstaufen) 234, 312, 350, 354, 357, 368;

(tomb of) 370

Friuli-Venezia Giulia 127–32

Futurism, art movement 30–32, 31, 38, 43, 266

G

Gaddi, Agnolo (Tuscan painter; active 1369–96)

190, 190, 196

Gaddi, Taddeo (Tuscan painter; c.1300–66) 190,

196

Gaggini family (Genoese sculptors; 15C) 161

Gaiole in Chianti 206

Galvani, Luigi, scientist 138

Gardone Riviera 111

Gargnano 111

Garibaldi, Giuseppe, Risorgimento leader 6, 238,

313, 369, 376

Garofalo, Il (Benvenuto Tisi; Ferrarese painter;

1481–1599) 150, 151

Gattamelata, mercenary leader 106

Gelon, tyrant of Syracuse 382

Gennaro, St (see Januarius)

Genoa 159, 160–66; (art of) 161

Gentile da Fabriano (painter from the Marche,

active in Florence; c.1370–1427) 180

George, St, relics of 168

Ghibellines 218

Ghiberti, Lorenzo (Florentine sculptor;

1378–1455) 182, 183–84, 184

Ghirlandaio, Domenico (Domenico di Tasso

Bigordi; Florentine painter; 1449–94) 179, 188,

219, 275

Giacomo della Porta (architect and sculptor,

active in Rome; 1539–1602) 239, 261, 268

Giambologna (Jean Boulogne; Flemish sculptor,

active in Tuscany; 1529–1608) 136, 136, 179,

182, 187

Gigante, Giacinto (Posillipo School painter;

1806–76) 342

Giordano, Luca (Neapolitan painter; 1632–1705)

315, 321

Giorgione (Giorgio da Castelfranco; Venetian

painter; c.1478–1510) 84, 96, 104, 124

Giotto (Giotto di Bondone; Florentine painter;

1266/7–1337) 173, 180, 183, 188, 189, 210,

258, 270; (Scrovegni Chapel) 104; (at Assisi)

299–300, 300; (in Campania) 320, 343, 345

INDEX 409

c.1240–1302) 180, 191, 299

Cino, Giuseppe (Leccese sculptor; 1635–1722) 362

Cinque Terre 168–71

Cividale del Friuli 129

Civitali, Matteo (sculptor from Lucca;

c.1436–1501) 199, 200

Clare, St 299, 300

Clement VII, pope (Giulio de’ Medici) 137, 178,

185, 238, 268; (tomb of) 256

Clesio, Bishop Bernardo 65

Clitumnus, temple of 301–02

Codroipo 128

Codussi, Mauro (Venetian architect;

c.1440–1504) 75, 88

Colantonio (Niccolò Antonio; Neapolitan painter;

15C) 321

Colleoni, Bartolomeo, mercenary soldier 57–58,

91–92, 91

Columbus, Christopher, explorer 160, 164

Como 53–54

Como masters (see Maestri comacini)

Constantine, emperor 30, 237, 259, 268; (arch

of) 250; (statue of) 239

Constantinople, Venetian conquest of 77, 78

Corenzio, Belisario (Neapolitan painter;

c.1558–c.1640) 321

Cornaro, Caterina, queen of Cyprus 126

Corniglia 169–70

Corradini, Antonio (sculptor, active in Naples;

1668–1752) 315

Correggio (Antonio Allegri; Bolognese painter,

active in Parma; 1489–1534) 143, 143, 144,

145, 266; (birthplace of) 140

Correggio (town) 140

Cortona 232–33

Cossa, Francesco del (Ferrarese painter;

c.1438–c.1481) 147, 150

Costa, Lorenzo (Bolognese painter; 1460–1535)

137, 138

Counter-Reformation 6, 65; (ideals in art and

church architecture) 34–35, 42, 261

Crespi, Daniele (Lombard painter; 1590–1633) 38

Crespi, Giovanni Battista (Il Cerano; Lombard

painter; 1557–1633) 46

Crete Senesi 224

Croton, Greek colony 365

Cumae 326

Cybele, cult of 280

D

Dante Alighieri, poet 115, 152

Danti, Egnazio, cosmographer 273

Danti, Vincenzo (Florentine sculptor; 1530–76) 182

David by Michelangelo (see Florence)

Demeter, goddess, story of 310, 366, 380

Desenzano del Garda 110

Desiderio da Settignano (Tuscan sculptor;

1429/30–1464)

Dionysius, tyrant of Syracuse 382

Dolmen di Scusi 364

Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri; Bolognese

painter, active in Naples; 1581–1641) 137, 315

Dominic, St 139

Donatello (Donato di Niccolà di Betto Bardi;

Florentine sculptor; c.1386–1466) 69, 94, 106,

175, 182, 183, 184, 185, 190–91, 214; (David)

182, 183; (burial place of) 185

Donnas 11

Doria, Andrea, naval commander 165

Dossi, Battista (Ferrarese painter, brother of

Dosso; d.1546) 66, 150, 151

Dossi, Dosso (Ferrarese painter; 1480–1542) 65,

66, 150, 151

Duccio di Buoninsegna (Sienese painter;

c.1260–1319) 180, 210, 215; (Maestà) 215,

216

Dyck, Sir Antony van (Flemish painter, active in

Genoa; 1599–1641) 161, 164, 169

E

Eleanor of Toledo, duchess of Tuscany 179

Elymians, ancient people 368, 375

Emanuele Filiberto, duke of Savoy 13, 20

Emilia-Romagna 133–57

Enna 380

Enrico da Campione (Campionese sculptor; 14C)

142

Eremo delle Carceri 300

Erice 375

Este (town) 109

Este family, lords of Ferrara 109, 141, 146, 147

Este, Beatrice 46–47, 146, 147; (tomb of) 46

Este, Cardinal Ippolito 281

Este, Isabella 59, 146, 147

Etna, Mt 386

Etruria 286–91

Etruscans, people and civilisation 286–88

Etruscan sites (Cerveteri) 288; (Chiusi) 228–29;

(Fiesole) 196; (Volterra) 222; (Tarquinia) 289

Euganean Hills 108–09

F

Fancelli, Luca (Lombard architect and sculptor;

1430–95) 59, 60

Fanzago, Cosimo (architect from Bergamo, active

in Naples; c.1591–1678) 315, 321

INDEX 411

Last Suppers in art 216

Laurana, Francesco (Dalmatian sculptor, active in

Urbino and southern Italy; fl.1458–1502) 306,

308, 343, 370

Laurana, Luciano (Dalmatian architect, active in

Urbino; 1420–79) 307

Lazio 235–91

Lecce 361–62, 363

Lenno 55

Leo X, pope (Giovanni de’ Medici) 238; (tomb of)

256

Leonardo da Vinci (Florentine painter and polymath;

1452–1519) 30, 35, 38, 40, 41–42, 42,

54, 144, 196, 270

Leoni, Leone (Lombard sculptor and medallist;

1510–92) 34, 62

Levi, Carlo (painter and writer; 1902–75) 350

Liberale da Verona (Venetian painter; 1451–1536)

118, 119

Liguria 159–71

Limone 111

Lippi, Filippino (Florentine painter; 1457–1504)

188, 192, 194, 199, 256

Lippi, Fra’ Filippo (Florentine painter;

c.1406–69) 303

Liszt, Franz, composer 53

Livy, Roman historian 236, 296

Locorotondo 358

Locri 366

Lombard, Lombards 28, 45, 129, 152; (duchies

of) 303, 311; (iron crown of) 45

Lombard League 28

Lombard Romanesque 30

Lombardi, Alfonso (Ferrarese sculptor;

1497–1537) 150

Lombardo, Antonio (Venetian sculptor, brother of

Tullio; c.1458–1516) 93

Lombardo, Pietro (Venetian sculptor;

c.1438–1515) 92, 129

Lombardo, Tullio (Venetian sculptor, son of

Pietro; 1455–1532) 93, 96, 106, 129

Lombardy 28–62; (art of) 30

Longhena, Baldassare (Venetian architect;

1604–82) 75, 86

Longhi, Pietro (Venetian painter; 1702–85) 87

Lorenzetti, Ambrogio (Sienese painter;

c.1290–c.1348) 210, 212–13, 224

Lorenzetti, Pietro (Sienese painter;

c.1280–c.1348) 210, 215, 230

Lorenzetto (Florentine sculptor and architect,

active in Rome; 1490–1541) 264

Lorenzo Monaco (Fra’ Lorenzo degli Angioli;

Tuscan painter; c.1370–1425) 180, 196

Lorraine, house of 175

Lotto, Lorenzo (Venetian painter, also active in

Bergamo and the Marche; 1480–1556) 86, 92

Lucani, ancient people 350

Lucca 197–200

Luini, Bernardino (Lombard painter;

?1475–1532) 30, 38, 42, 54; (birthplace of) 50

Luino 50

M

Macchiaioli School 179–80, 266

Machiavelli, Niccolò, statesman 179

Maderno, Carlo (architect from Lake Lugano,

active in Rome; 1556–1629) 268

Maderno, Stefano (Roman sculptor; 1576–1636)

262

Madonie mountains 373

Maestri comacini (medieval masons from Lake

Como) 54, 161

Maestro Guglielmo (Venetian sculptor; 12C) 120

Maestro Niccolò (Venetian sculptor; 12C) 119

Magna Graecia 311

Magna Mater (see Cybele)

Malatesta family, lords of Rimini 156, 305, 308

Malcesine 112

Malcontenta (see Villa Foscari)

Manarola 170

Mannerism, art movement 192

Mantegazza brothers (Lombard sculptors; 15C)

46, 47

Mantegna, Andrea (Venetian painter; 1431–1506)

35, 38, 59, 59–60, 83, 96, 119, 119, 120;

(tomb of) 60

Mantovano, Rinaldo (Lombard painter;

fl.1528–39) 61

Mantua 59–62

Marche 305–09

Marcus Aurelius, emperor 237; (column of) 251;

(statue of) 239, 242, 242

Marie-Louise of Austria, duchess of Parma 143

Marinetti, Filippo Tommaso, poet 31

Mark Antony, Roman general 256

Marsala 376

Martina Franca 359

Martini, Francesco di Giorgio (Sienese painter,

sculptor and engineer; 1439–1502) 307

Martini, Simone (Sienese painter; c.1284–1344)

210, 212, 299, 320

Masaccio (Tommaso di Ser Giovanni di Mone;

Florentine painter; 1401–28) 188, 194

Masaniello, revolutionary 312

Masolino da Panicale (Tommaso Fini; Florentine

painter; 1383–c.1440) 51–52, 52, 194, 258

410 INDEX

Giovanni da Campione (Campionese sculptor;

fl.1340–60) 58

Giovanni da Modena (Bolognese painter;

1398–1451) 137, 138

Giovanni da Udine (Friulan painter and architect,

also active in Rome; 1487–1564) 128

Giulio Romano (Giulio Pippi; Roman painter and

architect, also active in Mantua; c.1492–1546)

59, 60, 60–61, 61

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, poet 110, 112, 368

Gonzaga family, lords of Mantua 59

Gonzaga, Vespasiano 62

Goths, conquests in Italy 152, 237

Goya, Francisco de (Spanish painter; 1746–1828)

320

Gozzoli, Benozzo (Benozzo di Lese di Sandro;

Florentine painter; 1420–97) 184, 220–21, 220

Gradara 308

Greeks, colonies in Italy 311, 324, 326, 338,

347, 360, 365, 366, 368, 378, 382

Gregory the Great, St 45, 252

Grinzane Cavour 24

Guardi, Francesco (Venetian painter; 1712–93) 87

Guariento (Paduan painter; active late 14C) 69, 104

Guarini, Guarino (Piedmontese architect;

1624–83) 15, 18, 19

Guelphs 174, 218

Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri; Bolognese

painter; 1591–1666) 18, 137, 139, 142

Guglielmo da Modena (see Wiligelmus)

Guillaume de Marcillat (French stained glass

artist, active in Tuscany; c.1475–1529) 230

Guinigi family, patricians of Lucca 198, 199

H

Habsburgs in Italy 6, 28, 175 (see also Charles V;

Austria)

Hadrian, emperor 237, 254; (mausoleum of) 267;

(villa of) 283–84

Hannibal, Carthaginian general 296, 350

Hauteville, house of 350, 368, 376

Hayez, Francesco (Venetian painter, active in

Milan; 1791–1882) 43

Helen, St 232, 259; (tomb chest of) 273

Herculaneum 335–37

Herod the Great, king of Judaea 130

Hohenstaufen, house of 312 (see also Frederick II)

Holy Roman Emperors, general 45, 234, 237

(see also Barbarossa, Charlemagne, Charles V,

Frederick II)

Holy Years 259

Honorius, emperor 152

Humanism 173

I

Ice cream, origin of 369

Innocent X, pope (Giovanni Battista Pamphilj)

243, 253, 259

Intra 49

Ischia, island of 326

Isis, cult of 310

Isola Bella (Lake Maggiore) 49

Isola Comacina (Lake Como) 54, 55

Isola Madre (Lake Maggiore) 49

Isola dei Pescatori (Lake Maggiore) 49

Isola San Giulio (Lago d’Orta) 26–27, 26

Issogne, castle of 10, 11

J

Jacopo della Quercia (Sienese sculptor;

1371/4–1438) 138, 138, 199, 210, 212

Januarius, St 315, 325

Jaquerio, Giacomo (Piedmontese painter;

c.1375–1453) 11

Jews, major centres of in Italy 24, 97, 132, 146,

147, 261, 369; (war with ancient Rome) 248

Joyce, James, novelist 132

Julius Caesar, emperor 129, 174, 236; (forum of)

251; (site of murder of) 261; (temple of) 247

Julius II, pope (Giuliano della Rovere) 238, 273,

275; (tomb of) 257

Justinian, Byzantine emperor 154

Juvarra, Filippo (Piedmontese architect;

1678–1736) 14, 14, 15, 20, 21, 54, 60

K

Kingdom of Italy (emergence of) 13

Kounellis, Jannis (Arte Povera artist; b.1936) 21

L

Lakes

Albano 285

Avernus 326

Como 53–57, 55

Garda 110–13

Ledro 111–12

Maggiore 48–51

Nemi 285

Orta 26–27, 26

Pergusa 380

Trasimene 296–97

Lanfranco da Como (Campionese sculptor and

architect; fl.1226) 141

Lanfranco, Giovanni (Bolognese painter, active in

Naples; 1581–1647) 315, 321

Langhe, region 23–25, 23

Lars Porsena, Etruscan king 228

412 INDEX INDEX 413

Massys, Quentin (Flemish painter; 1465–1530) 264

Master of St Francis (Umbrian painter;

fl.1260–80) 298

Master of the Osservanza (Tuscan painter;

14C–15C) 224

Master of the Pala Sforzesca (Lombard painter;

c.1490–1520) 38

Matera 350–52, 351

Matteo da Campione (Campionese sculptor;

d.1396) 45

Mattiacci, Eliseo (sculptor; b.1940) 219

Maxentius, emperor 248

Maximilian, archduke of Austria 132

Mazara del Vallo 376

Mazzini, Giuseppe, Risorgimento leader 6, 160,

238

Mazzola, Francesco (see Parmigianino)

Medici family, rulers of Florence 173, 175

Cosimo il Vecchio 173, 186; (grave of) 184

Cosimo I 175, 178

Giovanni (see Leo X)

Giovanni di Bicci 175; (tomb of) 185

Giulio (see Clement VII)

Lorenzo the Magnificent 173, 191, 196

Meier, Richard (American architect; b.1934) 264

Melozzo da Forlì (painter, active in Rome;

1438–94) 270

Melzi d’Eril, Francesco, statesman 53

Menabuoi, Giusto de’ (Florentine painter, active

in Padua; late 14C) 69, 103, 106

Meo del Caprino (Tuscan architect; fl.1492–98) 15

Merz, Mario (Arte Povera sculptor; b.1925) 20, 21

Michelangelo (Michelangelo Buonarroti; Florentine

painter and sculptor, also active in Rome;

1475–1564) 40, 139, 182, 184, 214, 239, 256,

261; (David) 175, 186–87; (Laurentian Library)

185; (Moses) 257; (New Sacristy) 185; 185;

(Pietà) 268; (Palazzo dei Conservatori) 239; (St

Peter’s) 268; (Sistine Chapel) 275–77, 276;

(Slaves) 187; (house of) 191; (tomb of) 190

Michelozzo (Michelozzo di Bartolomeo

Michelozzi; Florentine architect and sculptor;

1396–1472) 184, 186, 192, 228

Milan 29–45; (art of) 30–32

Ambrosiana gallery 42

Brera gallery 35–40

Castello Sforzesco 40

Cenacolo 41–42

Duomo 32–35, 33

Galleria d’Arte Moderna 43

La Scala 35

Museo Poldi-Pezzoli 35

Museo della Scienza 42

Milan contd.

Pirelli Building 32

S. Ambrogio 40–41

S. Maria delle Grazie 41–42

Milvian Bridge, battle of 248

Miramare, Castello di 132

Mithras, cult of 280, 310, 328

Modena 140–42

Modica 385

Molfetta 355

Molina di Ledro 112

Mondello 372

Monreale 372

Montagnana 109

Montalcino 226–27

Monte Cassino 234, 366

Montefeltro, Federico da, duke of Urbino 306–07

Monte Oliveto Maggiore 224–25

Montepulciano 227–28

Monterchi 232

Monterosso al Mare 169

Monza 45

Morandi, Giorgio (painter; 1890–1964) 137

Morgantina, ruins of 381

Mozia 376

Munthe, Axel, writer and physician 338, 340

Murat, Joachim, king of Naples 313, 342

Murge plateau 358–60

Mussolini, Benito 111

Muttoni, Francesco (Venetian architect;

17C–18C) 123

N

Nanni di Bartolo (Florentine sculptor;

fl.1419–51) 120

Naples 313–24; (history of) 311–12; (art of)

320–21

Archaeological Museum 318

Capodimonte 320

Cappella Sansevero 315

Castel Nuovo 314

Cathedral of San Gennaro 315

Ceramics museum 320

Certosa di San Martino 321

Gesù Nuovo 314

Palazzo Reale 314

Pio Monte della Misericordia 318

S. Chiara 314–15

S. Francesco di Paola 314

S. Gennaro (cathedral) 315

S. Lorenzo Maggiore 315

Spaccanapoli 314

Napoleon (Italian campaigns) 6, 11, 24, 30, 45,

63, 67, 69, 114, 127, 141, 159, 197, 238,

312–13; (art and buildings purchased, erected,

destroyed or purloined by) 32, 38, 41–42, 75,

76, 79, 82, 102, 120, 128, 196, 272

Napoleon III, emperor of France 13, 30

Nero, emperor 268 (Golden House of; see Rome,

Domus Aurea)

Nerva, emperor 237

Nervi, Pier Luigi (architect; 1891–1979) 32

Nervi (town) 168

Niccolò dell’Arca (Bolognese sculptor; d.1494) 139

Normans 311, 350, 352, 354, 368; (Norman

architecture) 354, 355–56, 356, 362, 370,

372–73, 373

Noto 384

Novecento, art movement 32, 266

O

Octavian (see Augustus)

Orta San Giulio 26

Orvieto 225

Ostia 278–81, 279

Otranto 362–64

Ottomans (see Turks)

P

Padua 103–08; (art of) 69

Paestum 347–49

Paganini, Niccolò, violinist 160, 164

Pagano, Giuseppe (Rationalist architect;

1896–1945) 32

Paladino, Mimmo (sculptor; b.1948) 142

Palermo 369–72

Palladio, Andrea (Andrea di Pietro della Gondola;

Venetian architect; 1508–80) 69, 80, 81, 97,

98, 102, 102, 121–23, 122, 123, 125, 126, 129

Pallanza 49

Paolini, Giulio (Arte Povera artist; b.1940) 21, 220

Paolo and Francesca, story of 308

Paolo Uccello (Paolo Doni; Florentine painter;

1397–1475) 183

Paolo Veneziano (Venetian painter; active

1335–60) 83, 84

Papal States 234, 237, 292, 297

Parma 143–44

Parmigianino (Francesco Mazzola; painter from

Parma; 1503–40) 138, 143, 144

Parodi, Antonio Domenico (Genoese painter,

sculptor and architect; 1668–1740) 165

Parthenopean Republic 312, 313

Passarotti, Bartolomeo (Bolognese painter;

1529–92) 137, 138

Paul III, pope (Alessandro Farnese) 143, 238,

239, 318, 320

Pavia 45–48; (Certosa of) 46–47

Pellizza da Volpedo, Giuseppe (Divisionist

painter; 1868–1907) 43

Penna, Cesare (Leccese sculptor; 1607–53) 362

Pepin the Short, king of the Franks 28, 234

Persephone, cult of 366, 310, 380

Perugia 294–96

Perugino (Pietro Vannucci; Umbrian painter;

1446–1523) 275, 293, 294, 294, 295

Peschiera del Garda 112

Peter, St 257, 268; (chains of) 256–57; (tomb of)

269

Petrarch, Francesco, poet 109

Philip II, king of Spain 6, 355

Phlegraean Fields 324–27, 325

Piacentini, Marcello (Novecento architect;

1881–1960) 32

Piacenza 144

Piano, Renzo (architect; b.1937) 20, 165

Piazza Armerina 380

Piccolomini family 208

Piccolomini, Aeneas Sylvius (see Pius II)

Piceni, ancient people 287, 305

Piedmont 13–27

Pienza 225–26

Piero di Cosimo (Florentine painter, also active in

Rome; c.1462–1521) 275

Piero della Francesca (Tuscan painter; c.1420–92)

35, 38, 230–31, 231, 232, 308

Pietro da Cortona (Pietro Berrettini; Tuscan

painter and architect, also active in Rome;

1596–1669) 179, 232, 263, 286

Pinturicchio (Bernardino di Betto; Umbrian

painter, also active in _Rome; 1454–1513) 213,

214–15, 244, 264, 275, 293, 295, 301, 302

Pisa 201–05

Leaning Tower 204, 202

Pisan Romanesque 199, 202, 203

Pisanello (Antonio Pisano; painter and medallist,

active in Verona; 1377–1455) 59, 69, 115, 118,

120, 146

Pisano, Giovanni (Pisan sculptor, son of Nicola;

1245–1320) 204, 213, 214, 215, 294

Pisano, Nicola (sculptor, active in Tuscany;

c.1200–80) 139, 203, 204, 214, 294

Pisano, Nino (Pisan sculptor; c.1315–68) 375

Pisis, Filippo de (artist and poet; 1896–1956) 151

Pistoletto, Michelangelo (Arte Povera artist;

b.1933) 21

Pius II, pope (Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini)

214–15, 225, 226

Pliny the Elder, Roman writer 54, 169, 228, 272

414 INDEX INDEX 415

Pliny the Younger, Roman writer 53, 54, 55

Polenta family, lords of Ravenna 152

Polenta, Francesca da 308

Politian, Humanist scholar 183, 228, 303

Polyclitus’ canon of proportions 271–72, 319

Pomodoro, Arnaldo (sculptor; b.1926) 271

Pompeii 329–35, 334; (wall painting in) 319;

(housing types at) 332

Pondel 10

Ponti, Giò (architect; 1891–1979) 32

Pontormo (Jacopo Carucci; Florentine painter;

1494–1556) 192, 193, 200

Pont-St-Martin 11

Popes, papacy 234, 237; (end of temporal rule of)

238, 266–67

Portofino 168

Posillipo School of painting 342

Positano 342

Pozzo, Andrea (Jesuit painter and architect;

1642–1709) 254, 286

Pozzuoli 324–25

Predis, Giovanni Ambrogio de (Lombard painter;

c.1455–1508) 42

Preti, Mattia (‘Il Cavalier Calabrese’; Neapolitan

painter; 1613–99) 321

Procaccini, Camillo (Lombard painter;

c.1546–1627) 30

Procaccini, Giulio Cesare (Lombard painter;

1574–1625) 30

Puccini, Giacomo, house of 197

Puglia 352–64

Punic Wars (see Carthage)

Punta di San Vigilio 112

Pyrrhus, king of Epirus 311, 350

Q

Queirolo, Francesco (Genoese sculptor, active in

Rome and Naples; 1704–62) 315

R

Radda in Chianti 206

Ragusa 384–85, 385

Ranco 50

Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio; Umbrian painter, active

in Rome; 1483–1520) 38, 42, 179, 181, 264,

264, 266, 270, 295, 308, 308; (Raphael Rooms

in Vatican/School of Athens) 273–74, 274; (house

of) 308

Rationalism, architectural movement 32

Ravello 344

Ravenna 152–57, 237

Arian baptistery 154

Mausoleum of Galla Placidia 155, 155

Ravenna contd.

Mausoleum of Theodoric 156

Orthodox baptistery 154

S. Apollinare in Classe 156

S. Apollinare Nuovo 152

S. Vitale 154

Reggio Calabria 366–67

Reni, Guido (Bolognese painter; 1575–1642) 18,

137, 139, 142

Rhea Sylvia 236, 248

Riace bronzes 367

Ribera, Jusepe (José de Ribera, ‘Lo Spagnoletto’;

Spanish painter, active in Naples; 1590–1652)

315, 321, 321, 323

Riccardi, Gabriele (Leccese sculptor; 16C) 362

Richini, Francesco Maria (Milanese architect;

1584–1658) 35

Ridolfi, Bartolomeo (Venetian sculptor;

c.1510–70) 123

Rimini 156

Riomaggiore 170

Risorgimento 6, 238; (museum of) 15

Ristoro, Fra’ (Florentine painter and architect;

d.1284) 256

Riva del Garda 111

Riviera di Levante 168

Riviera di Ponente 167

Rivoli, Castello di 21

Robbia, Andrea della (Florentine sculptor,

nephew of Luca; 1435–1525) 186, 187

Robbia, Luca della (Florentine sculptor;

1399/1400–1482) 186, 191

Robert the Wise, king of Naples 312

Roberti, Ercole de’ (Ferrarese painter; c.1456–96)

147, 150, 151

Roberto d’Oderisio (Neapolitan painter;

fl.1360–80) 320, 343

Rodari, Tommaso and Jacopo (Lombard sculptors;

15C–16C) 54

Roger of Naples (see Hauteville)

Rome 235–78; (ancient republic of) 236; (empire

of) 237; (foundation myth of) 236; (absorption

of Etruscan culture) 287; (sack of) 238, 268;

(seven hills of) 235

Apollo Belvedere 272, 272

Ara Pacis 264–65

Arch of Constantine 250

Arch of Septimius Severus 247

Arch of Titus 248

Aventine Hill 252

Baths of Caracalla 252

Belvedere Torso 272

Bocca della Verità 244

Rome contd.

Caelian Hill 252

Caffè Greco 262

Campo de’ Fiori 261

Campus Martius 259

Capitoline Hill 238–39

Capitoline Museums 239–44

Castel Sant’Angelo 267

Circus Maximus 252

Colosseum 249–50

Domus Aurea 188, 256, 319

Esquiline Hill 256

Forum 244–48, 245

Forum of Julius Caesar 251

Fountain of the Four Rivers 259

Galleria Borghese 266

Galleria Doria Pamphilj 253

Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna 266

Geese, legend of 239

Gesù 261

Ghetto 261

House of Augustus 249

Imperial Fora 251

Keats museum 263

Laocoön 272

Marcus Aurelius column 251

Marcus Aurelius statue 242

Markets of Trajan 251

Mausoleum of Augustus 264

Mausoleum of Hadrian 267

Palace of Domitian 249

Palatine Hill 248

Palazzo Altemps 260

Palazzo Barberini 263

Pantheon 254–56, 255

Piazza Farnese 261

Piazza Navona 259

Piazza del Popolo 264

Piazza di Spagna 263

Ponte Fabricio 261

Ponte Sant’Angelo 267

Quirinal Hill 262

S. Agostino 260

S. Andrea al Quirinale 263

S. Carlo alle Quattro Fontane 263

S. Cecilia 262

S. Clemente 258

SS. Cosma e Damiano 248

S. Francesco a Ripa 262

S. Gregorio Magno 252

S. Ignazio 254

S. Ivo 260

S. John Lateran 258

Rome contd.

SS. Luca e Martino 263

S. Luigi dei Francesi 260

S. Maria in Aracoeli 244

S. Maria Maggiore 257

S. Maria sopra Minerva 256

S. Maria del Popolo 264

S. Maria in Trastevere 262

St Peter’s 268–69

S. Pietro in Vincoli 256

S. Prassede 257

S. Pudenziana 257

Scala Santa 259

Sistine Chapel 275–77, 276

Spanish Steps 263

Tempietto 262

Temple of Antoninus and Faustina 247

Temple of Capitoline Jupiter 238, 242

Temple of Castor 247

Temple of Hadrian 254

Temple of Hercules Victor 244

Temple of Mars Ultor 251

Temple of Mithras 258

Temple of Saturn 247

Temple of Vespasian 247

Temple of Vesta 247

Theatre of Marcellus 244

Tiber Island 262

Trajan’s Column 251

Trastevere 262

Trevi Fountain 262

Vatican 266–77

Vittorio Emanuele monument 239

Romulus and Remus 236, 248

Rosa, Salvator (Neapolitan painter; 1615–73) 321

Rosselli, Cosimo (Florentine painter, also active in

Rome; 1439–1507) 275

Rossellino, Bernardo (Bernardo Gamberelli;

Florentine architect and sculptor; 1409–64)

188, 225, 225

Rossetti, Biagio (Ferrarese architect;

c.1447–1516) 150, 151

Rosso Fiorentino (Giovanni Battista Rosso;

Florentine painter; 1494–1541) 222

della Rovere family, lords of Urbino 306–07

Royce Hall, UCLA 40

Rubens, Sir Peter Paul (Flemish painter, active in

Rome and Genoa; 1577–1640) 161

Ruskin, John 32, 92–93, 137, 186

Ruvo di Puglia 357

S

S. Andrea (Mantua) 60, 60

416 INDEX INDEX 417

S. Antimo 227, 227

S. Apollinare in Classe 156

S. Biagio (Montepulciano) 228

S. Damiano, Convento di 300

S. Maria degli Angeli (Assisi) 300

Sabbioneta 62

Sabines, Sabine women 236

Salassi, ancient people 7

Salò 110

Salvi, Nicola (Roman sculptor; 1697–1751) 262

Sammartino, Giuseppe (Neapolitan sculptor;

1720–93) 315

Samnites, ancient people 311

Sanctis, Francesco de (Roman architect;

1693–1740) 263

Sangallo, Antonio da, the Elder (Antonio

Giamberti; Florentine architect; 1463–1534) 228

Sangallo, Antonio da, the Younger (Antonio

Cordiani; Florentine architect, nephew of Antonio

the Elder; active in Rome; 1483–1546) 261, 294

San Gimignano 218–21

Sanmicheli, Michele (architect and sculptor from

Verona; 1484–1559) 115, 118

San Quirico d’Orcia 226

Sansepolcro 232

Sansovino, Jacopo (Jacopo Tatti; Florentine sculptor

and architect, active in Venice; 1486–1570)

75, 76, 80

Santa Maria Capua Vetere 327

Santi, Giovanni (painter from Urbino, father of

Raphael; 1435–94) 308

Saracens, Saracenic architecture 338, 343, 344,

345, 350, 354, 362, 373

Saturnalia, feast of 247

Savonarola, Girolamo, Dominican friar 146,

175–78, 186

Savoy, royal house of 7, 11, 13

Scaligeri (della Scala) family, lords of Verona 114,

115, 118

Scamozzi, Vincenzo (Venetian architect;

1552–1616) 62, 75, 76, 121, 123

Scarpa, Carlo (architect; 1906–78) 118

Schism, papal 217, 237

School of Athens 274, 274

Scrovegni Chapel, Padua 103–04

Sebastiano del Piombo (Sebastiano Luciani;

Venetian painter, also active in Rome;

c.1485–1547) 264

Segesta 375

Selinunte 376

Serapis, cult of 280, 325

Severini, Gino (Tuscan painter; 1883–1966) 232

Sforza family, lords of Milan 28, 30

Sforza, Battista 306

Sforza, Francesco 30

Sforza, Lodovico il Moro 41, 47; (tomb of) 46

Shelley, Percy Bysshe, poet 108

Sibyl, Cumaean 326

Sicans, ancient people 368

Sicels, ancient people 368

Sicilian Vespers, uprising 312

Sicily 368–87

Siena 208–18, 209; (art of) 210

Campo 212

Duomo 213–15

Fonte Branda 216–17

House of St Catherine 216

Museo dell’Opera del Duomo 215

Palazzo Pubblico 212–13

Palio 218

Pinacoteca 215–16

S. Domenico 217

Torre del Mangia 212

Signorelli, Luca (Tuscan painter, also active in

Umbria and Rome; c.1441–1523) 224–25, 232,

275

Signorini, Telemaco (Macchiaioli School painter;

1835–1901) 170

Sirmione 110

Sistine Chapel (see Rome)

Sisto, Fra’ (Florentine architect; 13C) 256

Sodoma, Il (Giovanni Antonio Bazzi; Sienese

painter; 1477–1549) 217, 224

Solari, Cristoforo (Lombard sculptor; 1460–1527)

30, 34, 46; (birthplace of) 50

Solari, Giovanni (Lombard architect and engineer;

c.1400–84) 32, 46

Solari, Guiniforte (Lombard architect and engineer,

son of Giovanni; 1429–81) 41, 46, 47

Solfatara (Phlegraean Fields) 325

Solimena, Francesco (Neapolitan painter;

1657–1747) 315, 340

Sommariva, Giovanni Battista, statesman 55

Sorrento 342

Spain, Spanish rule in Italy 6, 312, 368

Spanzotti, Giovanni Martino (Piedmontese

painter; before 1456–1526/28) 15

Spartacus, rebel slave 328, 366

Spello 301

Spoleto 302–03

Stefano da Verona (Stefano da Zevio; painter;

c.1374–after 1438) 69, 118

Stilo 365–66

Stra 102

Stresa 49

Stuart, Prince Charles Edward 286

Stupinigi 20–21

Subasio, Mt 300

Superga, basilica of 20

Sybaris, Greek colony 365

Syracuse 382–84

T

Taddeo di Bartolo (Sienese painter; 1363–1422)

228

Tadolini, Adamo (Venetian sculptor; 1788–1868)

56

Taormina 386–87

Taranto 360

Tarquinia 289–91

Tarquinius Superbus, Etruscan king 236, 289

Tasso, Torquato, poet 146, 342

Temple prostitution 375

Terragni, Giuseppe (Rationalist architect;

1904–43) 32

Theodolinda, queen of the Lombards 45

Theodoric, Gothic king of Italy 46, 152, 248

Thorvaldsen, Bertel (Danish sculptor;

1770–1844) 55

Tibaldi, Pellegrino (Lombard architect; 1527–96)

32, 35

Tiberius, emperor 338, 339

Tiepolo, Giandomenico (Venetian painter, son of

Giovanni Battista; 1727–1804) 87, 123, 132

Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista (Venetian painter;

1696–1770) 102, 104, 109, 110, 123, 128,

128, 132

Tino di Camaino (Sienese sculptor; c.1280–1337)

210, 214, 315

Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti; Venetian painter;

1519–94) 18, 68, 80, 82, 84, 85, 87, 96, 97, 104

Tintoretto, Domenico (Domenico Robusti;

Venetian painter, son of Jacopo; 1560–1635) 82

Titian (Tiziano Vecellio; Venetian painter;

c.1488–1576) 42, 80, 86, 94, 96, 104, 107,

118, 179, 243; (Assumption in Venice) 94, 95;

(Sacred and Profane Love) 266; (Venus of Urbino)

181; (monument to) 93

Tivoli 281–85; (Hadrian’s Villa) 283–85

Torbole 112

Torri del Benaco 112

Towers in medieval Italy 139, 218

Trajan, emperor 237; column of 251

Trani 355–57, 356

Trapani 375

Trent, Council of 65

Trentino-Alto Adige 63–66

Trento 64–66

Trieste 131–32

True Cross, legend of 190, 231–32

Trulli 359–60, 359

Tura, Cosmè (Ferrarese painter; 1429–95) 83,

150, 150, 151

Turin 14–22

Turks 67, 69, 74, 93, 363

Tuscany 173–233

U

Udine 127–28

Uffizi (see Florence)

Umbri, ancient people 287, 292

Umbria 292–303; (art of) 293

Urbino 305, 306–07

V

Val d’Orcia 226–30

Valle d’Aosta 7–12, 8

Vanni, Andrea (Sienese painter; c.1332–1413)

217, 338

Vanvitelli, Luigi (Neapolitan painter, also active in

Rome; 1700–73) 328

Varenna 56

Vasari, Giorgio (Florentine painter, architect and

writer; 1512–74) 178, 183, 230; (architecture

of) 180, 189, 190; (art of) 178, 179; (writings

of) 187–88, 199, 225, 231, 257, 262, 274;

(house of) 230

Vassalletto, Jacopo and Pietro (Roman mosaicists;

12C–13C) 259

Vatican 266–77

Velázquez, Diego (Spanish painter; 1599–1660)

142, 243, 253

Veneto 67–126

Venice 69–101; (art of) 68–69; (expansion of) 28,

57, 67, 101–02; (government of) 81

Bridge of Sighs 83

Ca’ Dario 70

Ca’ d’Oro 70, 96

Ca’ Rezzonico 86

Colleoni monument 92–93, 92

Doge’s Palace 79–83

Florian’s 75

Fondaco dei Tedeschi 74

Fondaco dei Turchi 71, 74

Frari 93–94

Gallerie dell’Accademia 83–86

Ghetto 97

Grand Canal 70

Guggenheim Collection 86

Horses of St Mark’s 78–79, 79

Madonna dell’Orto 96–97

Museo Correr 83

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Venice contd.

Piazzetta 76

Ponte di Calatrava 74

Quadri, café 75

Redentore 98

Rialto 70–74

S. Giorgio Maggiore 97

S. Giovanni in Bragora 88

SS. Giovanni e Paolo 91–93

St Mark’s basilica 76–79

St Mark’s Square 74–76

S. Sebastiano 87

S. Trovaso 87

S. Zaccaria 87–88

Salute 86

Scuola di San Giovanni degli Schiavoni 88–91

Scuola di San Rocco 96

Torcello 98

Ventimiglia 167

Venus in art (Anadyomene) 384; (Botticelli’s Birth

of) 180–81, 181; (Capitoline) 244; (Cnidian)

244; (Esquiline) 242; (Medici) 181

Verbania 49

Vernazza 158, 169

Verona 114–21, (art of) 69

Arena 114

Castelvecchio 118–19

Duomo 118

House of Juliet 114

Roman Theatre 118

S. Anastasia 115–18

S. Fermo Maggiore 120

S. Zeno Maggiore 119–20

Veronese (Paolo Caliari; Venetian painter;

1528–88) 18, 68, 80, 82, 84, 87, 93, 104, 109,

114, 119, 122, 125, 126, 243

Verrocchio, Andrea del (Florentine sculptor, painter

and goldsmith; 1435–88) 91, 91, 182, 183

Vespa scooters 6, 223

Vestal Virgins 247

Vesuvius, Mt 329

Via Aemilia, Roman road 133

Via Augusta, Roman road 167

Via Flaminia, Roman road 301

Via Francigena, pilgrim road 11, 208, 226

Vicenza 121–24

Vignola (town) 140

Vignola, Il (Jacopo Barozzi; Bolognese architect,

active in Rome; 1507–73) 144, 261; (birthplace

of) 140

Villas

Adriana (see Hadrian)

Villas contd.

Aldobrandini (Frascati) 285

del Balbianello (Lake Como) 55

Barbaro (Maser) 126

Carlotta (Lake Como) 55

Emo (Fanzolo) 124

d’Este (Tivoli) 281

Foscari (Brenta canal) 102, 102

Manin (Codroipo) 128

Melzi (Lake Como) 53

Pliniana (Lake Como) 54

Rotonda (Vicenza) 123

Serbelloni (Lake Como) 53

Taranto (Lake Maggiore) 49–50

Valmarana (Vicenza) 123

Virgil, Roman poet 59, 256, 326

Visconti family, lords of Milan 28

Visconti, Bernabò 40

Visconti, Gian Galeazzo 30, 46, 47

Visconti, Ottone 33

Vittoria, Alessandro (Venetian sculptor;

1525–1608) 80, 125

Vittorio Amedeo II, king of Piedmont-Sardinia 13

Vittorio Emanuele II, king of Italy 6, 13, 30;

(monument to) 239; (tomb of) 256

Vivaldi, Antonio, composer 88

Vivarini, Alvise (Venetian painter;

1445/6–1503/4) 88

Vivarini, Bartolomeo (Venetian painter, uncle of

Alvise; active 1450–99) 88

Volpaia, Castello di 206

Volta, Alessandro, scientist 54

Volterra 221–24

Volto Santo 199

W

Wiligelmus (Guglielmo da Modena; Modenese

sculptor; early 12C) 141, 141, 142

Z

Zanchi, Antonio (Venetian painter; 1631–1722) 96

Zandomeneghi, Luigi and Pietro (Venetian sculptors;

19C) 93, 94

Zelotti, Giovanni Battista (Venetian painter;

1526–78) 123, 125

Zimbalo, Francesco Antonio (Leccese sculptor;

b.1567) 362

Zimbalo, Giuseppe (Lo Zingarello, nephew of F.

Antonio; Leccese sculptor; 1620–1710) 362

Zuccari, Federico (painter, active in Rome,

Florence and Venice; 1542–1609) 183