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Blue Guide Literary Companion Venice

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VENICE WITHOUT THE CROWDS

People often worry that a trip to Venice will be marred by excess numbers of their fellow human beings. True, the city gets very crowded at certain times of year, and yes, there are ever fewer Venetians and ever more wretched carnival mask shops. But overcrowding afflicts only St Mark's Square, the Accademia Bridge (and the route between the two), the Riva degli Schiavoni, Rialto and sometimes the island of Murano. Other parts are as tranquil as they were when Ruskin came to sketch them. Below are our top ten favourites (list still in progress).

 

1. San Trovaso: Plenty of people know about the squero, the gondola yard on the Rio San Trovaso in the sestiere of Dorsoduro. Opposite, on Fondamenta Nani, the bàcaro known as Schiavi or Vini al Bottegon is even more celebrated. It features in every single guide book. The ciccheti are superb, it is true, and the range of wines extraordinary, but the crowds at the bar are often more than the tiny place can comfortably handle. What gets overlooked is the large church of San Trovaso itself, with its two huge Diocletian windows, looming over its eponymous campo. It is not by Palladio, but probably by a pupil. Inside there are two Tintorettos and, which always delights me, an altar (just to the right of the west door) dedicated to the guild of gondola-builders. I like to think of them popping in for a quick prayer before or after work at the shipyard just outside.

2. Palazzo Querini-Stampalia: Approached across a narrow canal from Campo Santa Maria Formosa in the sestiere of Castello, this 16th-century palace has interesting interiors, a good collection of paintings (particularly 18th-century documentary views of Venice) and an excellent bookshop. The ground floor was remodelled by Carlo Scarpa and is an interesting example of his work. Perhaps his best. An exhibition documenting Scarpa's time as director of the Venini glassworks is running on the island of San Giorgio until 29th November. See here for details.

3. La Malcontenta: True, this famous villa is not in Venice: it stands on the bank of the Brenta canal, a narrow, tranquil waterway that runs between Venice and Padua. But to understand Venice in her heyday, you need to come and see these villas. Their Palladian design is serenely perfect, the relationship between building and nature graceful and inspiring. From the 16th century onwards, patrician Venetians would pack up their town houses and travel by horse-drawn barge, the burchiello, up the Brenta to their summer villa.  For the more academically minded this would have meant total repose, and the opportunity to brush up their Greek, study their astrolabes, write treatises on the whooping cough, etc. The more social would have thrown competitively magnificent parties in competitively fragrant gardens and Veronese-frescoed salons. La Malcontenta herself, Elisabetta Foscari, was exiled to this villa by an outraged husband no longer disposed to tolerate her licentious lifestyle. One can imagine her sitting in one of the cushioned window-nooks, gazing sourly and sullenly out at the little willow-shaded curve of the canal whose view her great villa commands. Today a motorised burchiello still runs up the Brenta, between March and October, from the Pietà landing stage in Venice. For details, see www.ilburchiello.it. The Brenta and its villas are covered in Blue Guide Concise Italy and Blue Guide Northern Italy.

4. Santo Stefano: The church of Santo Stefano is one of the finest in Venice. From a distance, its slightly leaning bell-tower is a landmark. It stands in the busy Campo Santo Stefano in the impossibly busy sestiere of San Marco. But inside, it is a haven of quiet. It is one of the churches belonging to the Chorus Pass scheme, which means you have to pay a small amount to get in. And not everyone chooses to do so.

Santo Stefano has long been linked to Venice’s mariners. In the floor of the nave is the huge seal of Francesco Morosini, the Admiral of the Fleet who captured the Peloponnese for Venice (and who also inadvertently blew up the Parthenon during the Siege of Athens in 1687). The guild of bakers, the pistori in Venetian dialect, were attached to this church. Their dry ship’s biscuit was especially prized by the Republic’s quartermasters. As if to emphasise the maritime connections, the church has a magnificent wooden ship’s keel roof. There are four paintings by Tintoretto in the sacristy: Washing of the Feet, Resurrection, Prayer in the Garden and Last Supper (pictured, 4a. Is Judas the man on the left, turning away and guiltily grabbing at the wine?). In the adjoining small cloister is an exquisite bas-relief by Canova, the funeral stele of Giovanni Falier (pictured, 4b), the man who recognised Canova’s sculptor’s talent when he was still a humble kitchen boy and who became his first patron.

5. San Vitale: This church is a particular favourite of mine. It stands in a very crowded spot, on the busy thoroughfare between Campo Santo Stefano and the Accademia Bridge. The dedication is to St Vitalis, once reputed to have been a Roman soldier martyred by Nero but later outed as a figment of the medieval imagination, whereupon his cult was suppressed. The church is now deconsecrated and is used for concerts. But its door is always open and when there is no concert in progress, it is a place to see two wonderful works of art in situ. The main altarpiece, of St Vitalis on a white charger, is by Carpaccio (1514). While his works in the Scuola degli Schiavoni are often hard to view in peace because of the numbers of visitors in the tiny space, this luminous altarpiece shines out at you down the central aisle as you stand at the main west door. On the right-hand side is another fine painting, a typical brown-toned work by Giovanni Battista Piazzetta, showing the Archangel Raphael appearing in a glow of intense white light to Sts Anthony of Padua and Louis Gonzaga.

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Further Exploration

Key Sights

There is an enormous wealth of things to visit in Venice, here are a couple of IDEAS to help you plan a day.

aperol cocktail

The luridly coloured
"Aperol spritz"
is a popular local aperitif.

Where to stay:

Blue Guides Recommended ACCOMMODATION in Venice.

What and

where to eat:

Background on Venetian cooking and Blue Guides Recommended restaurants.

What to buy:

Shopping ideas taken from art/shop/eat Venice, our small-format city guide.

Other information:

Useful links to key websites.

Our MAP of Venice provides locations and information about:

blue guide hotelsour recommended hotels
blue guide restaurants restaurants
important sights the main sights
A great way to get a feel for their proximity to one another - View the Blue Guides' annotated map HERE»


VENICE FOR FAMILIES
Some ideas from Robin Saikia in the Guardian».
READING LIST taken from Blue Guide Venice, 8th edition (2007). And Blue Guide Literary Companion Venice (2009) is an anthology of writing about or set in Venice.

Updates and Comments:

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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. Ancient names are rendered in italics, as are works of art.

 

INDEX TO BLUE GUIDE VENICE

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A

Aalto, Alvar (1898–1976) 295

Accademia Bridge (see Ponte dell’Accademia)

Accademia di Belle Arti 152, 188

Accademia galleries 143–58

Acqua alta 36, 67

Ala Napoleonica 71

Albanian community in Venice 120

Alberegno, Jacobello (d. before 1397) 144

Alberoni (Lido) 333

Albertinelli, Mariotto (1474–1515) 165

Aldine Press 195

Alechinsky, Pierre (b.1927) 161

Alexander III, Pope 48, 331, 332

Alexius IV, emperor 60

Aliense, (Antonio Vassilacchi; c.1556–1629)

104, 106, 164, 285, 304, 306; (works from

cartoons by) 55, 56, 63

Altinum 313, 318, 323

Alvise dal Friso (nephew of Veronese;

c.1544–1609) 171, 172, 338

Amigoni, Jacopo (1675–1752) 184, 216

Ammannati, Bartolomeo (1511–92) 84

Ando, Tadao (b.1941) 126

Andrea da Murano (d.1512) 154

Andrea del Castagno (c.1420–57) 20, 52,

258–59; (works from cartoons by) 56

Angeli, Giuseppe (pupil of Piazzetta;

1712–98) 115, 123, 180, 210, 213, 215,

259

Angelo Raffaele, church of 171–72

Anianus, legend of 197

Antico (Pier Jacopo Alari Bonacolsi;

1460–1528) 228

Antonello da Messina (c.1430–79) 24, 77, 78

Antonello da Saliba (nephew of Antonello da

Messina; 1466–1535) 109, 154

Antonio da Negroponte (15C) 268, 269

Antonio da Ponte (1512–97) 87, 102, 108,

133, 186, 308

Antonio Palma (1511–75) 170

Appel, Karel (b.1921) 161

Archivio di Stato 188, 206

Arco del Paradiso 275

Aretino, Pietro 125, 193

Armenian, Armenians 111, 173, 339–40

Arp, Jean (1886–1966) 159, 160, 219

Arsenale 289–91

Aspetti, Tiziano (c.1559–1606) 82, 101, 139,

266, 270

Attila’s Chair 328

Austria, Austrians 14, 15–16, 70, 71, 109,

117, 120, 124, 138, 141, 236, 238, 260,

286, 312, 342, 343

B

Bacari 365–67

Baccio da Montelupo (Bartolomeo di Giovanni

d’Astore dei Sinibaldi; 1469–1535) 200

Bachiacca (Francesco Ubertini; 1494–1557)

165, 184

Bacino Orseolo 114

Bacon, Francis (1909–92) 161

Baldassare d’Este (Baldassare Estense;

1440–1504) 76, 159

Balestra, Antonio (1666–1740) 175, 214, 259

Balla, Giacomo (1871–1958) 160, 162, 218

Ballarin, Giovanni Battista 315

Balzac, Honoré de 71

Bambini, Niccolò (1651–1736) 123, 164,

168, 174, 176, 215, 235

Bandiera e Moro, rebels 260

Bandini, Giovanni (1540–99) 95, 105

Baratta, Pietro (1668–1729) 176, 216, 285

Barbari, Jacopo de’ (d.1511/16) 76

Barbarigo, Doge Agostino 164, 314; (tomb

sculpture of) 164; (pieces from tomb of) 228

Barbarigo, Doge Marco 94; (pieces from tomb

of) 228

Barbaro family 118, 118

Barbarossa, emperor Frederick 48, 331, 332

Bardi, Count Enrico di 219–20, 233

Barovier, Angelo (1405–60) 317, 318

Barzaghi, Francesco (1839–92) 120

INDEX 383

Basaiti, Marco (active 1496–1530) 24, 145,

154, 158, 204

Bassano, Francesco (1549–92) 104, 220, 306,

310

Bassano, Jacopo (Jacopo da Ponte; c.1510–92)

101, 151, 304, 310

Bassano, Leandro (1557–1622) 104, 108,

110, 151, 193, 281, 282, 283, 337; (works

from cartoons by) 55

Bastiani, Lazzaro (?1425–1512) 73, 154, 158,

246, 310, 319

Baziotes, William (1912–1963) 161

Beccafumi, Domenico (c.1485–1551) 165

Bella, Gabriel (1730–99) 274

Bellano, Bartolomeo (1434–96) 75

Bellini, Gentile (brother of Giovanni;

c.1429–1507) 21, 62, 69, 79, 152, 165,

228; (Procession in Piazza San Marco)

68–69, 154–55; (True Cross painting cycle)

154–55; (works attributed to) 162, 165

Bellini, Giovanni (son of Jacopo;

c.1433–1516) 21, 24, 77, 99, 145–46,

146, 152, 165, 237, 243, 268, 285, 314;

(Frari triptych) 200, 205; (S. Giobbe) 145;

(S. Zaccaria Madonna) 24, 257; (works

attributed to) 113, 274

Bellini, Jacopo (father of Gentile and

Giovanni; c.1400–70/71) 20–21, 146

Bellini, Vincenzo 117, 245

Belliniano, Vittore (1456–1529) 152

Bello, Francesco (16C) 101

Bellotto, Bernardo (nephew of Canaletto;

1721–80) 152, 181

Bembo, Pietro 82, 112, 132, 195, 196

Benato, Jacopo di Marco (14C) 55

Benoni, Giuseppe (1618–84) 142, 165

Benvenuti, Augusto (1838–99) 299

Benzon, Countess Marina 132, 339

Berchet, Federico (1831–1909) 222

Bergamasco, Bartolomeo di Francesco (early

16C) 208

Bergamasco, Il (Guglielmo dei Grigi;

fl. 1515–30) 70, 138, 312

Bernini, Gian Lorenzo (1598–1680) 165, 230,

312

Bernini, Pietro (father of Gian Lorenzo;

1562–1629) 312

Berthel, Melchior (1625–72) 205, 235

Bessarion, Cardinal 13, 82; (reliquary of) 158

Bevilacqua, Giovanni Carlo (1775–1849) 73,

337

Biennale exhibition ground 295

Bigaglia, Pietro (1786–1876) 318

Bissolo, Francesco (c.1475–1554) 158, 217,

310

Boccaccino, Boccaccio (c.1466–1524) 109,

111

Boccioni, Umberto (1882–1916) 160, 162,

219

Boito, Camillo (1836–1914) 16, 121

Boldrini, Leonardo (active 1452–93) 260

Bombelli, Sebastiano (1635–1716) 274

Bon family 95

Bon, Bartolomeo the Elder (c.1405–64/65)

23, 56, 70, 89, 93, 131, 140, 226; (works

attributed to) 93, 194, 277

Bon, Bartolomeo the Younger (active late

15C/early 16C) 66, 204, 208

Bon, Giovanni (father of Bartolomeo the

Elder; c.1360–c.1443) 23, 226, 286;

(works attributed to) 55, 194

Bonazza, Antonio (1698–c.1763) 282, 338

Bonazza, Giovanni (1654–1763) 86, 176,

282, 285

Bonifacio Veronese (Bonifacio de’ Pitati;

1487–c.1557) 123, 149, 151, 171, 184,

217, 249

Boninsegna, Gian Paolo (14C) 59

Bordone, Paris (1500–71) 152, 158, 229,

237, 261

Borro, Luigi (1826–86) 47, 124

Borsato, Giuseppe (1771–1849) 73

Bosch, Hieronymus (c.1450–1516) 107

Boselli, Pietro (c. 1590–1659) 304

Botta, Mario (b.1943) 274

Botticelli, Sandro (Alessandro Filipepi;

1445–1510) 159

Bouts, Dieric (c.1420–75) 77

Bragadin, Marcantonio 285

Brancusi, Constantin (1876–1957) 162

Braque, Georges (1881–1963) 159

Brauner, Victor (1903–66) 160

Bregno, Antonio (active 1425–57) 95

Bregno, Giovanni Battista (late 15C) 305

Bregno, Lorenzo (nephew of Antonio Rizzo;

fl.early 16C) 58, 200, 217, 237, 292

Bresciano, Andrea (Il Brescianino;

1530–69) 164

Bridge of Sighs 91, 107

Brill, Paul (16C–17C) 229

Briosco, Andrea (see Riccio)

Britten, Sir Benjamin 117

Bronson, Edith 128

Bronson, Katherine 128

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Brown, Horatio 188

Brown, Rawdon 135, 142, 206; (grave of) 311

Browning, Pen 140, 179

Browning, Robert 128, 140, 179, 184

Brueghel, Pieter the Elder (c.1525–69) 77

Brulle, Albert van der (16C) 304

Bruno, Giordano 131, 132

Brusaferro, Girolamo (c.1677–1745) 115

Brustolon, Andrea (1660–1732) 179, 180,

200, 239, 310

Bucintoro 15, 79–80, 293, 332

Buonconsiglio, Giovanni (Il Marescalco; c.

1465–1536) 158, 186, 221

Buonvicino, Alessandro (see Moretto)

Buora, Andrea (son of Giovanni; early 16C)

242, 305

Buora, Antonio (son of Giovanni; d.1538)

242

Buora, Giovanni (c.1450–1513) 173, 209,

257, 286, 305

Burano 320–23

Bushnell, John (c.1630–1701)

Byron, Lord 16, 131, 132, 147, 339; (portrait

of) 340

Byzantine, Byzantium 8, 9, 60; (see also

Constantinople)

Byzantine art and architecture, major

examples of (Museum of Icons) 262; (Pala

d’Oro) 19, 59; (SS. Maria e Donato) 318–20;

(St Mark’s) 41–65; (Torcello) 325–27, 326

C

Ca’ Dario 141–42, 142

Ca’ di Dio 289

Ca’ del Duca 131

Ca’ Foscari 12, 140

Ca’ Grande 130

Ca’ Lioni 133

Ca’ Malipiero-Trevisan 271

Ca’ Michiel 168

Ca’ da Mosto 133

Ca’ d’Oro 11, 21, 135, 225–30

Ca’ Pesaro 138, 217–20

Ca’ Rezzonico 140, 178–84

Ca’ Roman 336

Ca’ Zorzi 263

Cabianca, Bartolo (early 18C) 200, 220

Cabot, John 296, 336

Cadorin, Lodovico (19C) 71

Caffi, Ippolito (1809–66) 184, 218

Calatrava, Santiago (b.1951) 137, 223

Calder, Alexander (1898–1976) 161, 162, 219

Calendario, Filippo (14C) 87; (works attributed

to) 296

Caliari, Benedetto (brother of Veronese;

1538–98) 83, 170, 338

Caliari, Carletto (son of Veronese;

c.1567–92/6) 101

Caliari, Gabriele (son of Veronese;

1568–1631) 101, 103

Callas, Maria 117

Calle dell’Ascension 114

Calle Larga XXII Marzo 116

Calle Querini 185

Callido, Gaetano (organ-maker; 1727–1813)

58, 111, 113, 115, 168, 195, 204, 216,

234, 278, 288, 292

Calvetti, Alberto (17C) 111

Cambi, Giovanni (late 16C) 101

Campagna, Girolamo (c.1549–1625) 101,

102, 110, 112, 174, 199, 209, 212, 228,

254, 284, 290, 301, 304, 309

Campo Manin 124

Campo dei Mori 249

Campo Morosini (see Campo S. Stefano)

Campo Sant’Angelo 123

Campo Sant’Aponal 194

Campo San Bartolomeo 113

Campo San Giacomo 191

Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo 276

Campo Santa Margherita 175–76

Campo Santa Maria Formosa 271

Campo San Polo 194

Campo Santo Stefano 120–22

Campo San Tomà 197

Campo San Vio 141

Canal, Fabio (1703–67) 292

Canal, Giambattista (1745–1825) 115, 216

Canale della Giudecca (see Giudecca canal)

Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio Canal;

1697–1768) 29, 121, 134, 152, 180, 181,

207

Candi, Giovanni (active late 15C) 125

Candiano IV, Doge Pietro 42

Cannaregio canal 234

Cannaregio, sestiere of 225ff

Canova, Antonio (1757–1822) 15, 73, 123,

130, 132, 165, 293, 340; (mausoleum of)

206

Canozzi, Cristoforo and Lorenzo (15C) 204

Cappello, Bianca 194

Cappello, Vincenzo, Captain of the Fleet, statue

of 271

Cappello, Admiral Vittorio, sculpture of 295

Cariani, Giovanni (Giovanni Busi;

1485/90–after 1547) 148

Carlini, Giulio (c.1830–87) 141

Carlo, Giancarlo de (1919–2005) 320

Carmini, church of 173–74

Carnevalis, Luca (1663–1730) 180, 181

Carnival 370

Carpaccio, Benedetto (son of Vittore;

c.1500–60) 184

Carpaccio, Vittore (c.1460–1525/6) 23–24,

79, 95, 121, 121, 145, 155, 158, 228, 265,

337; (Legend of St Ursula) 23, 155–57;

(Schiavoni) 23, 263–65, 264; (Two Venetian

Ladies) 79

Carrà, Carlo (1881–1966) 162, 219

Carracci, Annibale (1560–1609) 151

Carriera, Rosalba (1675–1757) 134, 152, 168,

179, 182, 184, 336; (house of) 338; (house

where died) 141

Casa Biondetti 141

Casa Bragadin-Favretto 138

Casa Civran-Badoer 131

Casa Corner-Martinengo-Ravà 132

Casa Corner-Valmarana 132

Casa Correr 137

Casa Gatti-Casazza 136

Casa Goldoni 196–97

Casanova, Giacomo 14, 109

Casetta delle Rose 130

Casinò 136, 233, 330

Casoni, Giovanni (19C) 266, 290

Casorati, Felice (1886–1963) 219

Castelli, Bernardino (1750–1810) 179, 274

Castello, sestiere of 255ff

Catarino Veneziano (active 1362–82) 274

Catena, Vincenzo (c.1478–1531) 217, 274

Cattaneo, Danese (c.1509–73) 84, 109, 112,

218, 242, 284

Cavalli, Jacopo 282–83

Cavalli, Pier Francesco 57

Celesti, Andrea (1637–1712) 111

Cemeteries (Catholic) 330; (Jewish) 330–31;

(San Michele) 311

Certosa, La, island of 341

Chagall, Marc (1887–1985) 160, 219

Charlier, Jean (early 15C) 226

Chini, Galileo (1873–1956) 295

Chioggia 335, 336–38; (battle of) 10, 283,

284

Chioggiotto, Il (Antonio Marinetti; 1719–90)

337

Chirico, Giorgio de (1880–1978) 160, 219

Chrysogonus, St 166

Chrysostom, St John 242

Ciardi, Emma (1879–1933) 184

Ciardi, Guglielmo (1842–1917) 218

Cignaroli, Giovanni Battista (1679–1770)

213, 338

Cima da Conegliano (Giovanni Battista Cima;

c.1459–1518) 24, 145, 158, 165, 174,

184, 241, 260; (works attributed to) 284,

285

Cimarosa, Domenico 117, 123, 289

Cini Collection 158–59

Cini Foundation 158, 305

Cini, Vittorio 141, 158

Cipriani hotel 307, 354

Cipriani, Giuseppe 85

Civetta, Il (see Herri)

Clarke, Sir Ashley 241; (grave of) 311

Codussi, Mauro (c.1440–1504) 22, 132, 136,

213, 233, 242, 243, 256, 271, 272, 273,

286, 300, 312; (works attributed to) 231

Collegio of Venice 96

Colleoni, Bartolomeo, condottiere 74, 276

Cominelli, Andrea (17C–18C) 173, 235, 270

Comnenus, Emperor Alexius 48

Constantinople 8, 9, 10, 12, 20, 22, 59, 60,

65, 262, 316

Contarini family 242, 270

Contarini, Doge Andrea 213

Contarini, Doge Domenico 42, 74

Contarini, Cardinal Gasparo 11, 12, 249

Contarini, Giovanni (c.1549–1605) 101, 102,

296, 315

Contarini, Marino 226

Contino, Antonio (1566–1600) 91, 108

Contino, Bernardino (c.1568–c.1597) 112

Contino, Francesco (brother of Antonio;

c.1590–before 1675) 171, 288

Contino, Tommaso (early 17C) 108

Cooper, James Fenimore 132

Corbellini, Carlo (18C) 234

Corderia 291; (Corderia della Tana) 294

Cornaro, Queen Caterina 112, 138; (images

of) 155, 224; (tomb of) 112

Cornell, Joseph (1903–1972) 160

Corner family 224, 231

Corner, Alvise 246

Corner, Caterina (see Cornaro)

Corner, Federico 204

Corner, Doge Marco, tomb of 283

Corner Piscopia, Elena 132

Corona, Leonardo (1561–1605) 173, 192

Coronelli, Vincenzo, cartographer

(1650–1718) 75, 333

Corradini, Antonio (1668–1752) 80, 168,

174, 179, 180

Correr, Teodoro 73, 137–38

Corte Nuova (Cannaregio) 250; (Castello) 265

Corte Seconda del Milion 245

Corvo, Baron (see Rolfe)

Council of Ten 10, 14, 97, 103, 114, 168,

231, 332

Cox, Philip (b.1938) 295

Cozzi, Francesco (15C) 123, 257

Cozzi, Marco (brother of Francesco 15C) 123,

144, 204, 257

Crivelli, Carlo (1430/35–94/5) 20, 152

Crosato, Giovanni Battista (c.1685–1758) 179

Crusades, Fourth 9, 47, 60, 65

Curtis family 130

D

D’Annunzio, Gabriele 130, 329

Daddi, Bernardo (active 1317–50) 159

Dalí, Salvador (1904–89) 160

Dalmatia, Dalmatian community in Venice

255, 263

Damaskinos, Michael (16C) 262

Damini, Pietro (1592–1631) 337

Dandolo, Doge Andrea 56, 59, 62; (sarcophagus

of) 62

Dandolo, Doge Enrico 9, 60, 132

Dandolo, Doge Francesco 200

Dandolo, Marco 114

Danieli, hotel 255, 352

Dante (Dante Alighieri) 291

Dario, Giovanni 141

Daru, Pierre 15

David, Gerard (c.1460–1523) 165

Davie, Alan (b.1920) 161

Death in Venice 15, 329

Delaunay, Robert (1885–1941) 159

Delvaux, Paul (1897–1994) 160

Demus, Otto 52

Depero, Fortunato (1892–1960) 162

Desiderio da Firenze (16C) 61

Diaghilev, Sergei 329; (grave of) 311

Diamantini, Giuseppe (1621–1705) 115

Diana, Benedetto (Benedetto Rusconi;

1460–1525) 155, 184

Dickens, Charles 255

Diedo, Antonio (18C) 120

Diziani, Gaspare (1689–1767) 119, 123, 174,

213, 338

Doesburg, Theo van (1883–1931) 160

Dogana di Mare 142, 165

Doge of Venice 96–97

Doge’s Palace 13, 21, 86–109, 86

Dolfin, Doge Giovanni 283

Donà, Doge Leonardo 66, 232; (monument

to) 304

Donatello (Donato di Niccolò; ?1386–1466)

20, 201

Donato Veneziano (active 1344–88) 95, 274

Donatus, St 318

Donizetti 117

Dorigny, Louis (1654–1742) 235, 254

Dorsoduro, sestiere of 143ff

Dossi, Battista (Giovanni Battista Luteri; active

1517–48) 159

Dossi, Dosso (1480–1542) 159

Dragonetti, Domenico 57, 63

Dubuffet, Jean (1901–85) 161

Duchamp, Marcel (1887–1968) 159

Dufy, Raoul (1877–1953) 219

Duodo, Francesco 119

Dürer, Albrecht (1471–1528) 94, 113

E

Eden, Frederic and Caroline 307

Emo, Admiral Angelo 293; (tomb of) 294

Erasmus, Desiderius 195

Erberia 138, 192

Eremite, church of 168

Ernst, Max (1891–1976) 159, 160, 161, 219

Eyck, Jan van (fl.1422–41) 77

F

Fabbriche Nuove di Rialto 138, 192

Fabbriche Vecchie di Rialto 138, 191

Falier, Giovanni, stele of 123

Falier, Doge Marin 10, 103, 106, 231;

(sarcophagus of) 138

Falier, Doge Ordelafo 59

Falier, Doge Vitale 42, 43, 48; (portrait of) 54

Fattoretto, Giovanni Battista (fl.1715–30)

252

Fattori, Giovanni (1825/28–1908) 218

Favretto, Giacomo (1849–87) 138, 218

Fenice theatre 116–17

Ferrari, Ettore (1849–1929) 255–56

Ferrari, Giovanni (1744–1826) 294

Festa della Sensa 332, 371

Festivals: Redentore 309, 371; Salute 162,

371

Fetti, Domenico (1589–1624) 151

Filippini, church of (Chioggia) 337

Flangini, Girolamo 262

Fletcher, Constance 223

Florian, café 14, 16, 67, 70–71

Fondaco dei Tedeschi 113–14, 133

Fondaco dei Turchi 16, 138, 222

Fondamenta degli Ormesini 246

Fondamenta Ospedaletto 185

Fondamente Nuove 288

Fondazione Angelo Masieri 140

Fondazione Cini (see Cini)

Fontana, Lucio (1899–1968) 161

Fontebasso, Francesco (1709–59) 119, 172,

186, 252, 315, 337

Forabosco, Gerolamo (c.1604–79) 224, 333

Forcellini, Annibale (1827–91) 311

Forni Pubblici 290

Fortezza di Sant’Andrea 331–32

Fortuny factory 310

Fortuny, Mariano (1871–1949) 125

Foscari, Doge Francesco 11, 73–74, 140;

(portrait head of) 93; (statue of) 89; (tomb

of) 203

Foscarini, Jacopo 174

Foscarini, Doge Marco 138

France, French 15, 71, 89, 305

Francesco da Faenza (15C) 258

Francesconi, Francesco (19C) 61

Franchetti, Baron Giorgio 226, 227

Francis, St 323

Franco, Battista (see Semolei)

Frangipane, Niccolò (1555–1600) 220

Frari, church of 198–206, 198

Fratina, Il (Giovanni de Mio; 16C) 83

Frigimelica, Girolamo (1653–1732) 122

Fumiani, Gian Antonio (1643–1704) 176

G

Gabrieli, Andrea and Giovanni 57

Gaddi, Taddeo (d.1366) 159

Gaetano da Thiene, St 186, 223

Gai, Antonio (1686–1769) 66, 270

Gai, Giovanni (son of Antonio; active

1734–77) 268

Galileo (Galileo Galilei) 66, 132, 316

Galleria Franchetti (see Ca’ d’Oro)

Galleria Internazionale d’Arte Moderna (see

Ca’ Pesaro)

Gallerie dell’Accademia 143–58

Galuppi, Baldassare 57, 288, 321

Gambello, Antonio (1451–81) 236, 256, 257

Gambello, Vittore (c.1460–1537) 227, 228

Gandolfi, Ubaldo (1728–81) 184

Gardella, Ignazio (1905–99) 186

‘Garden of Eden’ 307

Gardner, Isabella Stewart 130

Gaspari, Antonio (pupil of Baldassare

Longhena; 1793–after 1823) 107, 133, 138,

173, 174, 217, 275

Gaspari, Giacomo (mid-18C) 338

Gattamelata, condottiere 74, 104

Gatti, Gaspare (fl.1594) 304

Gemito, Vincenzo (1852–1929) 126

Genoa, Genoese 10, 65, 283, 336; (see also

Chioggia, battle of)

German community in Venice 11, 113

Gesuati, church of 190

Gesuiti, church of 252–54

Ghetto 238–39

Ghislandi, Vittore (Fra’ Galgario; 1655–1743)

152

Ghisoni, Fermo (pupil of Giulio Romano;

1505–75) 113

Giacometti Alberto (1901–66) 159, 162

Giacometti, Bruno (brother of Alberto;

b.1907) 295

Giambono, Michele (c.1400–62) 56, 76, 144,

166, 228

Giardini Pubblici (Giardini Garibaldi) 15, 299

Giardino Papadopoli 223

Giolfino, Bartolomeo (c.1410–86) 152

Giordano, Luca (1632–1705) 158, 163, 224,

274, 300

Giorgione (Giorgio Barbarelli; c.1476–1510)

25, 114, 145, 146–48, 212; (frescoes from

Fondaco dei Tedeschi) 229; (house where

died) 194

Giovanni Antonio da Carona (1477–1534)

312

Giovanni d’Alemagna (brother-in-law of

Antonio Vivarini; mid-15C) 158, 176, 237,

258, 258, 313

Giovanni da Crema (17C) 331

Giovanni da Udine (1487–1564) 273

Giovanni di Martino da Fiesole (15C) 89, 279

Giovanni Veneziano (son of Paolo; 14C) 64

Girolamo da Santacroce (1480–1556) 110,

193, 292, 321

Girolamo da Treviso (Girolamo Pennacchi;

1498–1544) 164

Giudecca 306–10

Giudecca canal 186

Giulio del Moro (1566–1618) 112, 119, 301

Giustinian (Giustiniani) family 12, 268, 315

Giustinian, St Lorenzo 299; (paintings and

sculptures of) 151, 152, 165, 300, 318

Giustinian, Marco 319

Giustiniani, Pompeo 279

Glass-making 13, 19, 316–17

Gleizes, Albert (1881–1953) 159

Gobbo di Rialto 192

Goes, Hugo van der (?c.1440–82) 77

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 8

Goldoni, Carlo 14, 134, 196–97, 261; (statue

of) 113; house of (Chioggia) 338

Gondolas 188, 294, 349

González, Julio (1876–1942) 162

Gorky, Arshile (Vosdanig Manoog Adoian;

1904–48) 161

Government of Venice 96–97

Gradenigo, Doge Bartolomeo 49

Gradenigo, Doge Pietro 10, 103

Granaries of the Republic 138

Grand Canal 127ff

Grand Hotel des Bains 329

Grapiglia, Giovanni (1572–1621) 20, 278,

284

Grassi, Angelo 126

Grazia, La, island of 340

Great Council 15, 96, 114, 238, 294

Greco, El (Domenicos Theotokopoulos;

1541–1614) 27, 262

Greeks, Greek community in Venice 261–63

Gregotti, Vittorio (b.1927) 236

Grigi, Gian Giacomo dei (d.1572) 132, 139

Grigi, Guglielmo (see Bergamasco)

Grimani, Cardinal Domenico 80, 107

Grimani, Giovanni, Patriarch of Aquileia 80,

83, 266, 270

Grimani, Giovanni, procurator, tomb of 301

Grimani, Doge Marino 95, 301

Gris, Juan (1887–1927) 159

Gritti, Doge Andrea 84, 266, 271; (relief of)

57

Gritti Palace Hotel 128, 354

Guarana, Jacopo (1720–1808) 63, 176, 179,

182, 213, 216, 220, 274, 289, 292

Guarana, Vincenzo (c. 1735–1815) 115, 176,

274

Guardi, Francesco (1712–93) 29, 152, 181,

182, 184; (works attributed to) 230

Guardi, Giovanni Antonio (brother of

Francesco; c.1699–1760) 171, 180, 182

Guariento (active 1338–68) 105, 159

Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri;

1591–1666) 184

Guggenheim Collection 159–62

Guggenheim, Peggy 159, 161

Guidi, Virgilio (1891–1984) 219

H

Handel, George Frideric 245

Harry’s Bar 85, 359, 364

Hayez, Francesco (1791–1881) 73

Heliodorus, St 323, 326

Hélion, Jean (1904–87) 160

Heraclea 332, 333

Herri met de Bles (Il Civetta; c.1510–50) 107

Hoffmann, Josef (1870–1956) 295

Hospitals of Venice 289 (see also Incurabili,

Mendicanti, Ospedaletto, Ospedale de le Pute,

Pietà)

Hundertwasser, Friedensreich (1928–2000)

307

I

Incurabili, hospital of 186, 289

J

Jacobello del Fiore (1370–1439) 76, 95, 144

Jacopo della Quercia (1371/4–1438) 47, 64,

89, 200

James, G.P.R. 311

James, Henry 67, 128, 130, 142, 223, 256

Jappelli, Giuseppe (1783–1852) 274

Jews, Jewish community in Venice 238–39,

330

John XXIII, pope 49, 86

Jorn, Asger (Asger Oluf Jørgensen;

1914–73) 161

K

Kandinsky, Wassily (1866–1944) 160, 219

Karousos (early 19C) 294

Klee, Paul (1879–1940) 160

Klimt, Gustav (1862–1918) 219

Klontzas, Georgios (c.1540–1608) 262

Kupka, Frantisek (1871–1957) 160

L

Lace-making 321–23

Lagoon of Venice 34–35

Lama, Giulia (pupil of Piazzetta; 1681–1774)

121

Lamberti, Niccolò di Pietro (father of Pietro;

1370–1456) 46, 47

Lamberti, Pietro di Niccolò (son of Niccolò;

1393–1435) 47, 64, 89, 279

Laudis, Giovanni (c.1583–1631) 164

Law, John 115

Layard, Enid 140

Layard, Sir Henry 139, 141, 317

Lazzaretto Nuovo, island of 342–43

Lazzaretto Vecchio, island of 340

Lazzarini, Gregorio (1655–1730) 111, 175,

176, 180, 215, 315

Le Court, Juste (17C) 118, 118, 163, 164,

179, 206, 224, 288, 312, 341

Legend of St Ursula, cycle of paintings, 155–57

Léger, Fernand (1881–1955) 159

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

228

Leopardi, Alessandro (1450–c.1523) 62, 276

Lepanto, battle of 12, 108, 119, 292

Letterini, Bartolomeo (1669–1745) 315

Liberale da Verona (1451–1536) 275

Liberi, Pietro (1614–87) 111, 115, 163, 235,

254, 338

Libreria Marciana 82–83, 84

Libro d’Oro 15, 96, 108

Licinio, Bernardino (c.1489–d. before 1565)

148, 184, 204, 315

Licinio, Giulio (1527–91/3) 82

Lido 328–33

Lippi, Filippino (son of Filippo;

c.1457–1504) 165

Lippi, Fra’ Filippo (1406/7–69) 159

Liss, Johann (c.1590–1631) 151, 224

Lissitzky, El (Eliezer Markowich; 1890–1941)

160

Lombardo family 23, 89, 94, 227, 231, 279,

286, 287

Lombardo, Antonio (son of Pietro;

c.1458–1516) 62, 95, 99, 268; (SS.

Giovanni e Paolo) 278, 283

Lombardo, Pietro (Pietro Solari, father of

Antonio and Tullio; c.1438–1515) 22–23,

87, 95, 123, 165, 204, 212, 236, 236, 237,

268, 286; (SS. Giovanni e Paolo) 278, 279,

285; (S. Maria dei Miracoli) 22–23,

243–44; (works attributed to) 275

Lombardo, Sante (son of Tullio; 16C) 262,

270; (works attributed to) 271

Lombardo, Tommaso (Tommaso da Lugano;

16C) 84, 112

Lombardo, Tullio (son of Pietro; 1455–1532)

23, 62, 95, 99, 111, 123, 162, 200, 227,

231, 243, 268, 292; (SS. Giovanni e Paolo)

278, 283; (S. Maria dei Miracoli) 244;

(works attributed to) 286

Lombards, Lombard League 8, 48, 323

Longhena, Baldassare (1604–82) 28, 70, 86,

131, 138, 140, 164, 174, 179, 206, 217,

224, 235, 250, 262, 263, 266, 288, 289,

299, 300, 305, 335, 338; (Salute) 28,

162–64; (works attributed to) 205, 239,

245, 278, 292, 304

Longhi, Alessandro (son of Pietro;

1733–1813) 75, 152, 176, 184, 274

Longhi, Pietro (1701–85) 29, 152, 182, 274

Loredan, Andrea 136

Loredan, Doge Leonardo, tomb of 283–84

Lorenzetti, Carlo (1858–1945) 282

Lorenzo di Credi (c.1459–1537) 274

Lorenzino di Tiziano (16C) 283, 335

Lorenzo Veneziano (active 1356–72) 19, 75,

144

Los, Sergio (b.1934) 301

Loth, Johann Carl (1632–98) 119, 193, 243,

282, 288

Lotto, Lorenzo (1480–1556) 79, 148, 174,

220, 284–85; (works from cartoons attributed

to) 48

Louis of Toulouse, St 246

Loyola, St Ignatius 186

Luca Veneziano (son of Paolo; 14C) 64

Lucchesi, Matteo (1705–76) 273, 288

Lucy, St 234–35

Lutheran Church 230

M

Maccaruzzi, Bernardino (c.1728–1800) 208

Macchiaioli School (fl.1855–65) 218

Macelli 237–38

Maddalena, church of 233

Maderno, Stefano (1576–1636) 230

Madonna del Monte, island of 320

Madonna dell’Orto 240–42, 240

Maestro del Crocifisso dei Frari (13C) 203

Maestro dell’Osservanza (14C–15C) 159

Maestro di Badia a Isola (active late 13C) 159

Maestro di San Trovaso (15C) 168

Maffei, Francesco (1605–60) 180, 231

Maffeo da Verona (1576–1618) 64, 215;

(works from cartoons by) 63

Magazzini del Sale 186

Maggior Consiglio (see Great Council)

Maggiotto, Domenico (1713–94) 259

Magister Bertuccio (early 14C) 44

Magritte, René (1898–1967) 160

Malamocco 333

Malevich, Kasimir (1878–1935) 160

Malibran, Maria 245

Malipiero, Gian Francesco 117

Malipiero, Doge Pasquale 281

Malombra, Pietro (late 16C) 338

Mancini, Antonio (1852–1930) 184

Manfrediniana Picture Gallery 164

Manin, Daniele 16, 117, 120, 124, 343; (sarcophagus

of) 47

Manin, Doge Lodovico 15, 124, 235

Mann, Thomas 15

Mansueti, Giovanni (c.1485–1526/7) 152,

158, 243, 321

Mantegna, Andrea (brother-in-law of Giovanni

Bellini; 1431–1506) 21, 24, 146, 227

Manutius, Aldus 13, 147, 195, 196

Manzù, Giacomo (1908–81) 49, 218

Maratta, Carlo (1625–1713) 126

Marcello, Benedetto 136

Marcello, Jacopo, monument to 199

Marcello, Doge Nicolò, monument to 279

Marchiori, Giovanni (1696–1778) 208, 212

Marconi, Rocco (active 1504–29) 284, 310

Marescalco, Il (see Buonconsiglio)

Marghera 35

Marieschi, Jacopo (1711–94) 119, 123, 213,

261

Marieschi, Michele (1710–1743) 158

Marinetti, Antonio (see Chioggioto)

Marini, Marino (1901–80) 159

Mariotti, Giovanni Battista (c.1685–1765)

215, 337

Mark, St 8, 62; (legend of) 43, 49, 152–54,

197, 299, 332; (sarcophagus of) 58

Marsich, Francesco (early 20C) 329

Marsili, Emilio (1841–1926) 232

Martini, Arturo (1889–1947) 219

Martini, Francesco di Giorgio (1439–c.1501)

174

Marziale, Marco (active c.1492–1507) 154

Masegne, dalle, brothers 57, 59, 165, 282,

283; (works attributed to) 241

Masegne, Jacobello dalle (d. ?1409) 55, 64,

75, 88, 123

Masegne, Paolo dalle (son of Jacobello; 15C)

283

Masegne, Pier Paolo dalle (brother of

Jacobello; d. ?1403) 55, 64, 88, 123

Massari, Giorgio (1687–1766) 126, 131, 140,

141, 143, 179, 190, 213, 234, 259, 275

Master of the Horne Triptych (13C–14C) 159

Matas, Juan (late 14C) 165

Matisse, Henri (1869–1954) 219

Matta (Roberto Matta Echaurren; 1911–2002)

160

Mauro, Fra’, cartographer (15C) 83, 312

Mazza, Giuseppe Maria (1653–1741) 285,

309, 341

Mazzolino, Ludovico (c. 1478–1528) 159

Mazzorbo, island of 320

Medici, Cosimo de’ 305

Meduna, Giambattista (1800–80) 116, 121,

136

Memling, Hans (c. 1440–94) 146

Mendicanti, hospital of 287, 289

Menescardi, Giustino (1720–76) 175

Mengozzi-Colonna, Agostino (18C) 289

Mengozzi-Colonna, Gerolamo (1688–1772)

179, 235

Merceria 110–11

Messina, Francesco (1900–95) 218

Mestrovich Collection 184

Metamauco 333

Metsu, Gabriel (1629–67) 229

Metsys, Quentin (1465/6–1530) 107

Metzinger, Jean (1883–1956) 159

Meyring, Heinrich (1628–1723) 113, 115,

119, 193, 261

Mezzani, Giuseppe (active early 19C) 305

Michaelangelo (Michaelangelo Buonarroti;

1475–1564) 306

Michelozzo (di Bartolomeo Michelozzi;

c.1396–1472) 305

Michiel, Doge Vitale II 83, 255

Migliori, Francesco (1684–1734) 216, 234

Minio, Tiziano (pupil of Jacopo Sansovino;

1511–52) 61, 84

Miozzi, Eugenio (1898–1969) 131, 137, 176,

236, 330

Miró, Joan (1893–1983) 160

Mocenigo family 131, 214

Mocenigo, Doge Alvise I (monument to) 278;

(portrait of) 151

Mocenigo, Doge Alvise II 214

Mocenigo, Doge Giovanni 77–78; (monument

to) 23, 278

Mocenigo, Doge Pietro, monument to 278

Mocenigo, Doge Tommaso 11, 87; (tomb of)

279

Mocenigo, Tommaso Alvise, monument to

288

Mocetto, Girolamo (1458–1531) 284

Modigliani, Amedeo (1884–1920) 162, 169

Molinari, Antonio (1655–1705) 180, 288

Molmenti, Pompeo 14

Molo 85

Mondrian, Piet (1872–1944) 160

Monet, Claude (1840–1926) 130, 141

Monopola, Bartolomeo (17C) 63, 87, 89, 94,

95, 122, 271

Montagna, Bartolomeo (1450–c.1523) 79,

154, 158

Montemezzano, Francesco (c. 1540–after

1602) 173

Monteverdi, Claudio 57, 116; (tomb of) 204

Monumento alla Partigiana 301

Moore, Henry (1898–1986) 159, 219

Moore, Thomas 132

Morandi, Giorgio (1890–1964) 162, 219

Morando, Pietro (late 17C) 315

Moretta da Brescia (Alessandro Buonvicino;

c.1498–1554) 259

Morleiter, Giovanni Maria (c. 1699–1781)

119, 190, 234, 235, 254, 275, 282, 306

Morleiter, Michelangelo (son of Giovanni;

1729–1806) 115, 172

Moro, Doge Cristoforo (bust of) 93; (tomb of)

237

Morosini family 132, 303, 304, 341

Morosini, Doge Francesco 75, 164, 290, 293;

(bust of) 105; (home of) 120; (sepulchral

seal of) 122; (sword of) 61, 75

Morosini, Giorgio, monument to 341

Morosini, Doge Marin 49

Morosini, Doge Michele, tomb of 283

Mosca, Giovanni Maria (1493–c.1573) 123,

208, 227

Mo.S.E. project 30, 36, 331

Mosto, Alvise da 133

Motherwell, Robert (1915–91) 160

Mulino Stucky 310

Murano 19, 313–20

Murazzi (Pellestrina) 35, 333–34

Murer, August (1922–85) 301

Murray, Elizabeth 134

Murray, John 330

Museums:

Archeologico 80–82

Ca’ d’Oro 225–30

Ca’ Pesaro 217–20

Ca’ Rezzonico (Settecento Veneziano)

178–84

Chioggia 338

Cini 158–59

Correr 72–80

Diocesan Art 86

Doge’s Palace 91–93

Museums contd.

Fortuny 125–26

Glass 315–18

Icons 262

Jewish 239

Lace 321–23

Merletto (see Lace)

Natural History 222

Naval 292–94

Oriental 219

Palazzo Mocenigo 216–17

Parish Museum, Murano 315

Querini-Stampalia 273–74

San Marco 63–64

Torcello 327–28

Vetrario (see Glass)

Muttoni, Pietro (della Vecchia; c.1603/5–78)

119, 215, 275; (works from cartoons by)

54

N

Nacchini, Pietro, organ-maker (1700–c.1770)

192, 224, 259, 288, 292, 299

Nanni di Bartolo (1419–51) 199

Napoleon 14–15, 65, 70, 71, 89, 97, 104,

117, 124, 238, 293, 296, 299

Negri, Pietro (1628–79) 210

Nervi, Pier Luigi (1891–1979) 124

Niccolò di Pietro (active 1394–1427) 144,

158

Nicholson, Ben (1894–1982) 161, 219

Nino Pisano (active c.1349–60) 283

Nittis, Guiseppe de (1846–84) 218

Nogari, Giuseppe (1699–1763) 152

Nono, Luigi (1850–1918) 218

Nono, Luigi, composer 117

Novecento art movement 219

Novelli, Pietro (1603–47) 340

O

Ognissanti, church and hospital 168;

(Pellestrina) 336

Ongaro, Michele (Michele Fabris; 1644–84)

163, 300

Oratorio dei Crociferi 252

Orseolo, Doge Pietro I 42, 59

Orseolo, Doge Pietro II 114, 332

Ospedale (see Hospitals)

Ospedale de le Pute 296

Ospedaletto 288–89

Ottomans 12, 14

P

Padiglioni delle Navi 294

Padovanino (Alessandro Varotari;

1588–1648/9) 82, 158, 164, 174, 175,

190, 220, 224, 274; (works from cartoons

by) 56

Pagan, Matteo (active 1538–62) 74

Paisiello, Giovanni 116

Pala d’Oro 19, 59; (Torcello) 328

Pala Pesaro 204–05

Palaeologus, Emperor John 222

Palaeologus, Emperor Michael 10, 60

Palazzi and Palazzetti

Palazzo dell’Ambasciatore 141

Palazzo Arian-Cicogna 173

Palazzo Balbi 140

Palazzo Barbarigo (Cannaregio) 135

Palazzo Barbarigo (Dorsoduro) 141

Palazzo Barbarigo (S. Marco) 130

Palazzo Barbarigo della Terrazza 140

Palazzo Barbaro 130

Palazzo Barbaro (Wolkoff) 142

Palazzo Barzizza 139

Palazzo Belloni-Battagià 138

Palazzo Bembo 132

Palazzo Bembo-Boldù 243

Palazzo Benzon 132

Palazzo Bernardo 139

Palazzo Boldù 135

Palazzo Businello 139

Palazzo dei Camerlenghi 138, 191

Palazzo Cappello-Layard 139

Palazzo Cappello-Malipiero 131

Palazzo Cavalli-Franchetti 121, 131

Palazzo Centani (see Casa Goldoni)

Palazzo Civran 133

Palazzo Civran-Grimani 140

Palazzo Coccina-Tiepolo-Papadopoli 139

Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo 124

Palazzo Contarini delle Figure 131

Palazzo Contarini degli Scrigni 141

Palazzo Contarini dal Zaffo (Cannaregio)

249, 253, 356

Palazzo Contarini dal Zaffo (Polignac) 141

Palazzo Contarini-Corfù 141

Palazzo Contarini-Fasan 128, 128

Palazzo Contarini-Michiel 141

Palazzo Contarini-Pisani 135

Palazzo Contarini-Seriman 252

Palazzo Contin 233

Palazzo Corner (see Ca’ Grande)

Palazzo Corner della Regina 138

Palazzi contd.

Palazzo Corner-Contarini dei Cavalli 132

Palazzo Corner-Gheltof 132

Palazzo Corner-Mocenigo 196

Palazzo Corner-Spinelli 22

Palazzo Correr 232

Palazzo Correr-Contarini 137

Palazzetto Dandolo 132

Palazzo dei Dieci Savi 139

Palazzo Diedo 232

Palazzo Dolfin-Manin 132

Palazzo Donà (Campo S. Maria Formosa)

271

Palazzo Donà (Grand Canal) 139

Palazzo Donà della Madonnetta 139

Palazzo Donà delle Rose 233

Palazzo Duodo (Campo S. Angelo) 123

Palazzo Duodo (Gall. Franchetti) 135, 230

Palazzo Duodo (San Stae) 138

Palazzo Emo 135

Palazzo Erizzo alla Maddalena 135

Palazzo Erizzo-Nani-Mocenigo 131

Palazzo Falier 231

Palazzetto Falier 131

Palazzo Farsetti 132

Palazzo Flangini 137

Palazzo Flangini-Fini 128

Palazzo Fontana 135

Palazzo Foscari 133

Palazzo Foscari-Contarini 137

Palazzo Foscarini-Giovannelli 138

Palazzo Gaggia 128

Palazzo Garzoni 132

Palazzo Genovese 142

Palazzo Giovannelli (Cannaregio) 231

Palazzo Giovannelli (Grand Canal) 137

Palazzi Giustinian 140

Palazzo Giustinian 127

Palazzo Giustinian (Murano) 315, 318

Palazzo Giustinian-Persico 140

Palazzo Giustiniani-Lolin 131

Palazzo Gradenigo 223

Palazzo Grassi 126, 131

Palazzo Grimani 272

Palazzo Grimani (Court of Appeal) 132

Palazzo Grimani (Sorlini) 139

Palazzo Gussoni-Grimani della Vida 135

Palazzo Labia 29, 235

Palazzo Lando-Corner-Spinelli 132

Palazzo da Lezze (Rio di Noale) 135

Palazzo Lezze 250

Palazzo Loredan (Cini) 141

Palazzi contd.

Palazzo Loredan (Grand Canal) 132

Palazzo Loredan (S. Stefano) 120

Palazzetto di Madame Stern 141

Palazzo Magno 233

Palazzo Manfrin 236

Palazzo Mangilli-Valmarana 133

Palazzo Manolesso-Ferro 128

Palazzo Marcello 135

Palazzo Marcello-Papadopoli 245

Palazzo Martinengo 132

Palazzo Martinengo-Mandelli 137

Palazzo Mastelli 249

Palazzo Michiel dal Brusà 133, 351

Palazzo Michiel dalle Colonne 133

Palazzo Minelli-Spada 249, 253

Palazzo Minotto 130

Palazzo Mocenigo 131

Palazzo Mocenigo (S. Stae) 216–17

Palazzo Molin 135

Palazzo Molin-Balbi-Valier 141

Palazzo Moro 141

Palazzo Moro-Lin 131

Palazzo Morosini 120

Palazzo Morosini-Brandolin 138

Palazzo Morosini-Sagredo 133

Palazzo da Mula 141

Palazzo da Mula (Murano) 315

Palazzo Orio-Semitecolo 142

Palazzo Pesaro degli Orfei 125–26

Palazzo Pesaro-Papafava 250

Palazzo Pesaro-Ravà 133

Palazzo Pisani 122

Palazzo Pisani (Cannaregio) 245

Palazzo Pisani (Gritti Palace) 128, 354

Palazzo Pisani della Moretta 140, 196

Palazzo Priuli 263

Palazzo Priuli (S.M. Formosa) 271

Palazzo Priuli-Bon 138, 214

Palazzo Querini 141

Palazzo Querini-Stampalia 273–74

Palazzo Ravà 139

Palazzo Salviati 142

Palazzo Savorgnan 236

Palazzo Sernagiotto 133

Palazzo Soranzo (Grand Canal) 135

Palazzo Soranzo (S. Polo) 194

Palazzo Soranzo-Calbo-Crotta 137

Palazzo Soranzo-Cappello 223

Palazzo Surian 238

Palazzo Testa 236

Palazzo Tiepoletto 140

Palazzi contd.

Palazzo Tiepolo (Europa & Regina Hotel)

128

Palazzo Tiepolo (Campo S. Polo) 194

Palazzo Tiepolo (Grand Canal) 140

Palazzo Treves de’ Bonfili 128

Palazzo Trevisan (Murano) 318

Palazzo Trevisan-Cappello 86

Palazzetto Tron 132

Palazzo Tron (S. Marco) 132

Palazzo Tron (S. Croce) 138, 216

Palazzo Tron (S. Stae) 138

Palazzo Valier 194

Palazzo Vanier-Sanudo-Van Axel 245

Palazzo Vendramin 232

Palazzo Vendramin-Calergi 136, 233

Palazzo Venier dei Leoni 141, 159

Palazzo Venier-Contarini 130

Palazzetto Viaro 217

Palazzo Vitturi 271

Palazzo Zen 252

Palazzo Zenobio 173

Palazzo Zorzi 273

Palazzo Zorzi-Bon 273

Palladio (Andrea di Pietro della Gondola;

1508–80) 27–28, 84, 101, 158, 234,

266, 288, 305, 306, 309; (Redentore)

308–09; (S. Giorgio Maggiore) 303–04;

(works attributed to) 318

Palma Giovane (Giacomo Negretti; greatnephew

of Palma Vecchio; 1548–1628) 27,

102, 106, 107, 110, 166, 174, 186, 192,

195, 199, 213, 220, 223, 224, 235, 241,

252, 254, 261, 270, 275, 281, 292, 296,

306, 310, 315, 340; (monument to) 281;

(self-portrait) 274; (works from cartoons

by) 52, 55, 56

Palma Vecchio (Giacomo Negretti; great-uncle

of Palma Giovane; c.1480–1528)

150, 152, 272, 274; (works attributed to)

257

Paolo Uccello (Paolo Doni; 1397–1475) 52

Paolo Veneziano (active 1335–60) 19, 64, 75,

126, 144, 176, 200, 201; (works attributed

to) 220, 258

Paradisi, Niccolò di Pietro (fl.1394–1430)

244

Parodi, Filippo (1630–1702) 122, 224

Particiaco family 265

Particiaco, Doge Agnello 231

Particiaco, Doge Giustiniano 42, 43, 257

Pasti, Matteo de’ (15C) 228

Paul V, pope 14, 232

Paul, bishop of Torcello 323

Pellegrini, Giovanni Antonio (1675–1741)

180, 214

Pellegrini, Girolamo (c.1624–after 1700) 270

Pellestrina, island of 333–36; (village of)

334–36

Pellico, Silvio 109, 312

Pennacchi, Pier Maria (1464–1514/5) 158,

164, 244, 315

Pepin, son of Charlemagne 333

Peranda, Sante (1566–1638) 111, 123, 213,

224

Perilli, Paolo (20C) 236

Perrault, Claude (1613–88) 237

Pesaro family 200, 204

Pesaro, Admiral Benedetto, tomb of 200

Pesaro, Doge Giovanni, 217; (mausoleum of)

205–06

Pesaro, Bishop Jacopo 204–05

Pescheria 138, 192

Petrarch (Francesco Petrarca) 82, 83, 196,

259

Petrus F. (early 16C) 58

Pevsner, Antoine (1886–1962) 160, 162

Piaggia, Giovanni Battista (organ-maker; early

18C) 204, 213

Pianta, Francesco il Giovane (c. 1632–72)

200, 210

Piatti, Sante (17C) 115, 174

Piazza, Paolo (1557–1621) 195

Piazza San Marco (see S. Mark’s)

Piazzale Roma 223

Piazzetta Giovanni XXIII 86

Piazzetta, Giacomo (c.1640–1705) 230, 282

Piazzetta, Giovanni Battista (son of Giacomo;

1683–1754) 121, 122, 52, 153, 158, 175,

180, 184, 188, 190, 259, 275, 285; (works

attributed to) 338

Piazzetta di San Marco (see S. Mark’s)

Picabia, Francis (1879–1953) 160

Picasso, Pablo (1881–1973) 159

Piero della Francesca (1416–92) 146, 159

Piero di Cosimo (?1461–?1521) 159

Pietà, church and music school of 259, 261,

289

Pietro da Cortona (Pietro Berrettini;

1596–1669) 158

Pietro da Saliba (active 1497–1530) 154

Pietro da Salò (pupil of Jacopo Sansovino;

fl.1535–61) 109, 192, 263

Pinault, François 126, 131, 165

Pisanello (Antonio Pisano; 1377–1455) 228

Pisani, Vettor 284, 336

Pisano, Giunta (1202–55) 159

Pisis, Filippo de (1896–1956) 219

Pitati, Bonifacio de’ (see Bonifacio Veronese)

Pittoni, Giovanni Battista (1687–1767) 152,

193, 215

Pius VII, pope 305, 334

Plague in Venice 12, 162, 207, 308

Pollock, Jackson (1912–56) 160, 161

Polo, Marco 83, 245, 265

Ponte dell’Accademia 131

Ponte dei Pugni 176

Ponte delle Tette 364

Pontormo (Jacopo Carucci; 1494–1556) 159

Ponzone, Matteo (1586–1675) 193, 337

Pordenone (Giovanni Antonio de’ Sacchis;

c.1483–1539) 151, 192, 208, 229, 315

Porta della Carta 23, 89

Porto di Chioggia 336

Porto di Lido 331, 332

Pound, Ezra 185–86; (grave of) 311

Pozzo, Giuseppe (1645–1721) 235, 254

Pozzo, Leopoldo dal (early 18C) 44, 52

Pratt, Hugo 333

Previtali, Andrea (c.1480–1528) 237

Procaccini, Camillo (c.1546–1627) 224

Procuratie Nuove 70–71

Procuratie Vecchie 70

Proust, Marcel 127, 129, 255

Punta della Dogana 165

Q

Quadri, café 14, 67, 70, 364

Querena, Lattanzio (1768–1853) 189, 237

Querini family 103, 273

R

Raffaellino del Garbo (1466–1524) 228

Rangone, Tommaso 79, 110, 118, 150

Ravenna 8, 325, 327

Raverti, Matteo (fl.1389–1434) 226

Redentore, church of 28, 307–10, 308

Rezzonico family 14

Rezzonico, Carlo (Pope Clement XIII) 135,

179

Rialto 191–93; (bridge) 133, 139, 191;

(markets) 138

Ricci, Marco (nephew of Sebastiano;

1679–1729) 134, 151, 184, 215

Ricci, Sebastiano (1659–1734) 121, 134, 151,

152, 164, 174, 190, 208, 214, 215, 232

274; (works from cartoons by) 44

Riccio, Il (Andrea Brisoco; 1470–1532) 75,

226, 227

Rickards, E.A. (1872–1920) 295

Ridotto 114, 182

Ridotto Venier 111

Rietveld, Gerrit (1888–1964) 295

Rio delle Fornace 185

Rio della Misericordia 246

Rio Riello 298, 299

Rio di Sant’Anna 299

Rio della Sensa 249

Rio Terrà San Leonardo 234

Riva degli Schiavoni 255–56

Rizzo, Antonio (uncle of Lorenzo Bregno;

c.1430–99) 54, 55, 57, 87, 89, 94, 95,

105, 164, 203, 227, 230; (works attributed

to) 241, 295, 300

Robbia, Andrea della (works attributed to)

237

Roberti, Ercole de’ (c.1456–96) 159

Roccatagliata, Niccolò (17C) 115, 228, 304

Roccatagliata, Sebastiano (17C) 115

Roch, St 207

Rolfe, Frederick (Baron Corvo) 196; (grave of)

311

Romano, Marco (active early 14C) 222

Rosa, Cristoforo (16C) 83

Rossellino, Antonio (Antonio Gamberelli;

1427–79) 165

Rossi, Aldo (1931–97) 116

Rossi, Davide (c.1744–after 1815) 194

Rossi, Domenico (1657–1737) 138, 214, 252

Rossini, Gioacchino 116, 117, 245

Rosso, Medardo (1858–1928) 218

Rost, Giovanni (16C) 64

Rothko, Mark (1903–70) 161

Rouault, Georges (1871–1958) 219

Rousseau, Jean Jacques 14, 238

Rovetta, Giovanni 57

Rubens, Sir Peter Paul (1577–1640) 119

Rubini, Agostino (1560–95) 133

Rudge, Olga 185, 186

Ruer, Tommaso (d.1696) 163, 168

Ruga degli Orefici 191

Rusconi, Giovanni Antonio (d.1599) 101,

108

Ruskin, John 9, 16, 27, 63, 79, 92, 127, 128,

129, 189, 200, 206, 209, 222, 255, 263,

271, 278, 281, 283, 312

Russolo, Luigi (1885–1947) 162

S

Sabbadino, Cristoforo 336, 338

Sacca della Misericordia 249–50

Sacca Fisola 310

Sacca Sessola, island of 341

Saetti, Bruno (1902–84) 219

Sagredo, St Gerard 270

Salute (see S. Maria della Salute)

Salvadori, Giuseppe (19C) 237

Salviati glassworks 139, 142, 317

Salviati, Francesco (1510–63) 273

Salviati, Giuseppe (c.1520–c.1575) 82, 83,

119, 164, 199, 259, 315, 320; (works from

cartoons by) 52, 63

S. Agnese 189

S. Alvise 246–49

S. Andrea (Chioggia) 337

S. Angelo Raffaele (see Angelo Raffaele)

S. Anna 301

S. Antonin 263

S. Antonio (Pellestrina) 335

S. Apollonia, cloister of 86

S. Aponal 194

SS. Apostoli 231

S. Barnaba 178

S. Bartolomeo 113

S. Basso 86

S. Benedetto 126

S. Biagio 294

S. Canciano 243

S. Cassiano 193

S. Caterina 252

S. Caterina (Mazzorbo) 320

S. Croce, church of 307

S. Croce, monastery of 223

S. Croce degli Armeni 111

S. Domenico (Chioggia) 336

S. Elena 295

SS. Ermagora e Fortunato (see S. Marcuola)

S. Eufemia 310

S. Eurosia (Le Vignole) 341

S. Eustachio (see S. Stae)

S. Fantin 117–18

S. Felice 231

S. Fosca 232

S. Fosca (Torcello) 327

S. Francesco della Vigna 266–71

S. Francesco da Paola 296

S. Gemignano 15, 71

S. George (Anglican Church) 140, 141

S. Geremia 234

S. Giacomo (Chioggia) 337

S. Giacomo dell’Orio 220–21

S. Giacomo di Rialto 10, 191–92

S. Giobbe 236–37, 236

S. Giorgio dei Greci 262

S. Giorgio Maggiore 27, 28, 302, 303–05

S. Giovanni in Bragora 260–61

S. Giovanni Crisostomo 242–43

S. Giovanni Decollato 221

S. Giovanni Elemosinario 192

S. Giovanni Evangelista 213

S. Giovanni Nuovo 273

SS. Giovanni e Paolo 277–85, 277

S. Giuliano 110–11

S. Giuseppe di Castello 301

S. Giustina 266

S. Gregorio 142, 185

S. Lazzaro dei Mendicanti 287–88

S. Lio 275

S. Lorenzo 265

S. Luca 125

S. Marciliano 232

S. Marcuola 234

S. Margherita 175

S. Maria degli Angeli (Murano) 315

S. Maria Assunta (Cannaregio; see Gesuiti)

S. Maria Assunta (Torcello) 325–27

S. Maria della Carità 141, 143, 152, 158

S. Maria dei Carmini 173–74

S. Maria della Consolazione (see S. Maria della

Fava)

S. Maria dei Derelitti (see Ospedaletto)

S. Maria della Fava 275

S. Maria Formosa 271–72

S. Maria del Giglio 118–19, 118

S. Maria Gloriosa dei Frari 198, 198–206

S. Maria Mater Domini 217

S. Maria dei Miracoli 22–23, 243–44, 244

S. Maria della Misericordia 250

S. Maria del Pianto 288

S. Maria del Rosario (see Gesuati)

S. Maria della Salute 28, 162–64, 163

S. Maria dei Servi 232

S. Maria della Visitazione 189, 190

SS. Maria e Donato (Murano) 318–20, 319

S. Mark’s:

Basilica of 9, 18–19, 22, 41–62, 53

Campanile of 66

Horses of 64, 65

Loggetta 66

Museum of 63–64

Piazzetta of 22, 83–84

Procurators of 70

Square 9, 10, 15, 67–72

S. Martino 292

S. Martino (Burano) 321

S. Maurizio 120

S. Michele in Isola 15, 22, 312

S. Moisè 114–15

S. Nicola da Tolentino 223–24

S. Nicolò al Lido 331

S. Nicolò dei Mendicoli 172–73

S. Pantalon 176

S. Pietro (Pellestrina) 334

S. Pietro di Castello 13, 299–300

S. Pietro Martire (Murano) 313–15

S. Polo 194–95

S. Rocco 207–08

S. Salvatore 111–13

S. Samuele 126

S. Sebastiano 169–71

S. Silvestro 193

S. Simeone Grande 222–23

S. Simeone Piccolo 137, 223

S. Sofia 136, 230

S. Stae 138, 214–16

S. Stefano 122–23; (frescoes from) 229

SS. Trinità (Chioggia) 337

S. Trovaso 166–68

S. Vitale 120–21

S. Vito (Pellestrina) 335

S. Zaccaria 20, 22, 24, 256–59, 256

S. Zan Degolà (see S. Giovanni Decollato)

S. Zanipolo (see SS. Giovanni e Paolo)

S. Zulian (see S. Giuliano)

San Clemente, island of 340–41

San Francesco del Deserto, island of 323

San Giacomo in Palude, island of 320

San Giorgio Maggiore, island of 303–05

San Lazzaro degli Armeni, island of 339–40

San Marco, sestiere of 41ff

San Michele, island of 311–12

San Pietro in Volta (Pellestrina) 334

San Polo, sestiere of 191ff

San Servolo, island of 338–39

Sanmicheli, Michele (1484–1559) 32, 132,

331–32; (works attributed to) 272

Sansovino, Jacopo (1486–1570) 13, 42,

57–58, 61, 63, 66, 70, 71, 84, 85, 94, 109,

110, 112, 130, 132, 138, 171, 186–88,

192, 204, 250, 266, 267, 268, 290, 292,

337; (Libreria Marciana) 82, 84; (tomb of)

62; (works attributed to) 254, 291, 310

Sant’Erasmo, island of 342, 343

Santa Croce, sestiere of 216ff

Santa Lucia Station 236

Santi, Giovanni de’ (late 14C) 62, 241

Santi, Lorenzo (19C) 73, 85, 86, 193, 206

Santo Spirito, island of 341

Saraceni, Carlo (1579–1620) 310

Sardi, Antonio (father of Giuseppe; 17C) 119,

287, 288

Sardi, Giovanni (1863–1913) 330

Sardi, Giuseppe (son of Antonio; 1624–99)

110, 111, 118, 119, 137, 176, 235, 236,

241, 287, 288; (works attributed to) 238

Sargent, John Singer (1856–1925) 130, 179

Sarpi, Fra’ Paolo 13–14, 132, 135, 232;

(tomb of) 312

Sassetta (Stefano di Giovanni; 1392–1450)

159

Sassoferrato (Giovanni Battista Salvi;

1609–85) 164

Savelli, Paolo, tomb of 200

Savoldo, Girolamo (15C–16C) 237

Scalfarotto, Giovanni (c.1690–1764) 13, 223

Scalzi, church of 137, 235

Scamozzi, Vincenzo (pupil of Palladio;

1552–1616) 70, 84–85, 101, 111, 136,

141, 224, 287, 288, 301, 309

Scarlatti, Alessandro 245

Scarpa, Carlo (1906–78) 70, 73, 143, 273,

274, 295, 301

Scarpagnino (Antonio Abbondi; 16C) 87, 89,

94, 108, 114, 120, 131, 138, 139, 169,

191, 192, 208, 210

Scattolin, Angelo (20C) 124

Schiavone, Lo (Andrea Meldolla;

?1500–1563) 82, 83, 119, 174, 220

Schiavone, Michelangelo (1712–72) 296, 338

Schütz, Heinrich 57

Schwitters, Kurt (1887–1948) 160

Scolari, Massimo (20C) 173

Scuole and Scuole Grandi, general 10–11, 23,

287

Scuola degli Albanesi 120; (painting from)

228

Scuola dell’Angelo Custode 230

Scuola dei Battiloro e Tiraoro 138, 216

Scoletta della Bragora 261

Scuola dei Calegheri 197

Scuola Canton, synagogue 239

Scuola Grande della Carità 141, 143, 144

Scuola Grande dei Carmini 174–75

Scuola del Cristo 234

Scuola Italiana, synagogue) 239

Scuola Levantina, synagogue 239

Scuola dei Luganegheri 363

Scuola della Misericordia 250; (original

floor from) 84

Scuole contd.

Scuola dei Morti 137

Scuola di S. Alvise 246

Scuola di S. Fantin 118

Scuola di S. Giorgio degli Schiavoni 23–24,

263

Scuola Grande di S. Giovanni Evangelista

212–13; (paintings from) 21, 154–55,

158

Scuola Grande di San Marco 286; (paintings

from) 150–51, 152

Scuola di S. Nicolò dei Greci 262

Scuola di S. Orsola, paintings from 23,

155–57

Scuola Grande di S. Rocco 27, 207,

208–12

Scuola di S. Teodoro 111

Scuola Spagnola, synagogue 239

Scuola del Spirito Santo 186

Scuola Grande Tedesca 239

Scuola dei Varotari 176

Sebastiano del Piombo (Sebastiano Luciani;

1485–1547) 145, 242

Segala, Francesco (active 1558–92) 62

Selva, Giovanni Antonio (c.1753–c.1819)

116, 117, 120, 152, 158, 299

Selvo, Doge Domenico 42

Seminario Patriarcale 164

Semolei, Il (Battista Franco; c.1498–1561)

82, 83, 112, 270

Senate of Venice 96, 102

Severini, Gino (1883–1966) 160, 162

Signorelli, Luca (c.1441–1523) 228

Signorini, Telemaco (1835–1901) 218

Simeon, St 222

Sironi, Mario (1885–1961) 162, 219

Smeraldi, Francesco (16C) 110

Smith, Consul Joseph 133, 134, 181, 215;

(tomb of) 141

Soffici, Ardengo (1879–1964) 162

Solari, Cristoforo (1460–1527) 176

Soli, Giuseppe (1745–1823) 71

Soranzo, Doge Giovanni 62

Sorella, Simone (fl.1587–1610) 265, 303

Sottoportico del Ghetto 239

Spavento, Giorgio (15C) 62, 87, 108, 111,

114

Spirito Santo, church of 186

Sposalizio (see Festa della Sensa)

Squero (Rio della Avogaria) 168; (S. Trovaso)

190

State Archives (see Archivio di Stato)

Steen, Jan (1626–79) 229

Stefano di Sant’Agnese (14C) 258

Steno, Doge Michele, tomb of 281

Stephen, St 303

Still, Clyfford (1904–80) 160

Stirling, James (1926–92) 295

Stom, Antonio (1688–1734) 216

Stones of Venice, The 129

Strada Nuova 230

Stravinsky, Igor 117; (grave of) 311

Strozzi, Bernardo (1581–1644) 82, 126, 151,

224

Sustris, Lambert (c.1515–84) 83

Synagogues 239

T

Tagliapietra, Alvise (1670–1747) 282, 338

Tagliapietra, Carlo (17C–18C) 282

Tancredi (1927–64) 161

Tanguy, Yves (1900–55) 160, 219

Tarsia, Antonio (1663–1739) 216, 285

Tasso, Torquato 222

Teatro Malibran 245

Tedesco, Girolamo (active early 16C) 114

Tedesco, Leonardo (15C) 260

Temanza, Tommaso (1705–89) 233, 339

Temporello (15C) 165

Terese, church of 173

Tetrarchs, the 46, 47

Tezon Grande 342

Theatines, order of 223

Theodore, St 8

Theotokopoulos (see El Greco)

Tiepolo, Bajamonte 103, 110, 133

Tiepolo, Doge Giacomo 97

Tiepolo, Giambattista (1696–1770) 28–29,

102, 126, 151, 152, 175, 181, 188, 195,

212, 231, 246, 259, 270, 274, 288, 321,

338, 340; (Antony and Cleopatra) 29, 235;

(Ca’ Rezzonico) 179, 180, 182; (Carmini)

174–75; (Gesuati) 190; (St Bartholomew)

214–15

Tiepolo, Gian Domenico (son of Giambattista;

1727–1804) 158, 175, 195, 213, 257, 275,

296; (Ca’ Rezzonico) 179, 181–82, 183,

Tiepolo, Lorenzo (son of Giambattista;

1736–76) 179

Tiepolo, Doge Lorenzo 47

Tintoretto, Domenico (son of Jacopo;

c.1560–1635) 74, 99, 105, 106, 108, 135,

151, 166, 192, 193, 209, 210, 213, 232,

315

Tintoretto, Jacopo (Jacopo Robusti; 1519–94)

27, 74, 83, 99, 101, 102, 109, 119, 148,

151, 158, 166, 184, 190, 193, 210, 217,

228, 231, 232, 249, 254, 257, 288, 304;

(paintings of Crucifixion) 193, 212; (paintings

of Last Supper) 27, 166, 194, 223,

234, 304; (Madonna dell’Orto) 241;

(Miracles of St Mark) 150–51; (S. Rocco)

27, 207, 208–10; (S. Stefano) 123;

(Wedding at Cana) 164; (self-portrait) 210;

(house of) 249; (tomb of) 241; (works

attributed to) 315, 337; (works from cartoons

by) 52, 55, 58, 63

Tirali, Andrea (c.1660–1737) 86, 121, 223,

231, 236, 285, 335, 337

Titian (Tiziano Vecellio; c.1485–1576) 25–27,

82, 83, 99, 101, 114, 125, 148, 150, 158,

163, 164, 165, 171, 192, 203, 210, 212,

242, 252, 275; (Assumption) 26, 199, 201,

203; (frescoes from Fondaco dei Tedeschi)

229; (Pala Pesaro) 204–05; (Pietà) 26, 151;

(Presentation of the Virgin) 156, 157–58; (S.

Salvatore) 112; (monument to) 199; (portrait

of) 220; (copy of painting by) 281;

(works from cartoons by) 52; (works attributed

to) 229

Tito, Ettore (1859–1941) 235

Tofts, Catherine 134, 330

Tommaseo, Niccolò 120

Torcello 8, 323–28, 324

Torlioni, Fra’ Bernardo 169

Torre dell’Orologio 13, 72

Torre di Massimiliano 343

Torres, Duilio (20C) 295

Torres, Giuseppe (1872–1935) 330

Torretti, Giuseppe (1661–1743) 174, 216,

235, 254, 272

Torretti, Giuseppe (Giuseppe Bernardi,

nephew of Giuseppe Torretti, teacher of

Canova; 1694–1774) 275

Tremignon, Alessandro (late 17C) 114, 128,

186, 235

Trevisani, Angelo (1669–1753) 214, 259

Triva, Antonio (1626–99) 123

Tron, Doge Niccolò, tomb of 203

True Cross, painting cycle 21, 154–55; (relic

of) 213

Tura, Cosmè (1429–95) 46, 76, 159

Turks, Turkish community in Venice 11, 138,

222; (see also Ottomans)

Turner, J.M.W. (1775–1851) 127

Tuscan artists in Venice 52, 64, 199–200,

258; (see also Andrea del Castagno,

Donatello, Jacopo della Quercia, Michelozzo)

Tzanfournaris, Emmanuel (1573–1631) 262

V

Vaporetto routes 347–49

Vecchietta (Lorenzo di Pietro; 1410–80) 159

Vecellio, Francesco (brother of Titian;

c.1490–c.1560) 112

Vecellio, Marco (nephew of Titian;

1545–1611) 101, 104, 192, 281

Vedova, Emilio (b.1919) 161, 218

Vendramin, Doge Andrea (monument to) 23;

(tomb of) 283

Vendramin, Gabriele 147

Venice in Peril Fund 30–31, 241

Venier family 116, 221, 281

Venier, Doge Antonio (portrait of) 75–76;

(tomb of) 281

Venier, Elena 111

Venier, Doge Francesco, monument to 112

Venier, Doge Sebastiano (home of) 271; (monument

to) 281

Verdi, Giuseppe 117, 127

Veronese (Paolo Caliari; 1528–88) 82, 83,

101, 102, 104, 106, 109, 110, 118, 125,

148, 150, 165, 169, 174, 176, 195, 268,

282, 288, 300, 301, 305, 315, 318;

(Christ in the House of Levi) 148–49, 150;

(San Sebastiano) 169–70; (house where

died) 126; (tomb of) 170; (works from cartoons

by) 55; (works attributed to) 310

Verrocchio, Andrea del (1435–88) 276

Via Garibaldi 296

Viani, Alberto (1906–86) 218

Viani, Lorenzo (1882–1936) 218

Vicentino, Andrea (c.1542–c.1617) 95, 101,

106, 107, 168, 213, 281, 337, 338

Vicentino, Marco (17C) 174

Vignole, Le, island of 331, 341

Villa Heriott 307

Visconti, Pietro (active mid-18C) 179

Visentini, Antonio (1688–1782) 133, 134

Vittoria, Alessandro (1525–1608) 75, 79, 83,

84, 95, 101, 110, 112, 118, 165, 170, 180,

192, 199, 228, 242, 257, 259, 270, 279,

281, 282, 284, 301, 304, 318; (tomb of)

259

Vivaldi, Antonio 136, 261, 275, 289

Vivarini family 20

Vivarini, Alvise (son of Antonio;

1445/6–1503/4) 79, 152, 184, 204, 260,

281, 310

Vivarini, Antonio (brother-in-law of Giovanni

d’Alemagna; c.1415–84) 144, 158, 165,

176, 237, 258, 258, 313; (works attributed

to) 270

Vivarini, Bartolomeo (brother of Antonio;

active 1450–99) 76, 123, 152, 201, 204,

260, 272, 281; (works from cartoons by)

284

W

Wagner, Richard 117, 136, 140, 233, 255

Wells, Venetian 33–34

Whistler, James McNeill (1834–1903) 130,

179

Wildt, Adolfo (1868–1931) 219

Willaert, Adrian 57

Wolf-Ferrari, Ermanno 176; (grave of) 311

Woolson, Constance Fenimore 142

Wotton, Sir Henry 135, 232

Wright, Frank Lloyd (1869–1959) 140

Wullekopf, Ernst (late 19C) 310

Z

Zais, Guiseppe (1709–81) 151, 180, 182

Zanchi, Antonio (1631–1722) 110, 119, 164,

175, 210, 292, 296

Zanchi, Francesco (1734–72) 63

Zandomeneghi, Luigi (1778–1850) 199, 206

Zandomeneghi, Pietro (son of Luigi;

1806–66) 206

Zara (Zadar) 166

Zattere, Fondamenta delle 186–90

Zecca 13, 85

Zelotti, Giovanni Battista (1526–78) 82, 109

Zen family 252; (Cappella Zen) 62

Zen, Francesco 252

Zen, Cardinal Giovanni Battista 62, 63

Zen, Doge Ranier (see Zeno)

Zendrini, Bernardino (1679–1747) 333

Zeno, Doge Ranier 9, 252; (portrait of) 54;

(tomb of) 285

Ziani, Doge Pietro 59

Ziani, Doge Sebastiano 9, 48, 87, 332

Zitelle, church of 306

Zoppo, Marco (Marco Antonio di Ruggero;

c.1433–78) 158

Zorzi, Fra’ Francesco 266

Zotto, Antonio dal (1841–1918) 113, 281

Zuccarelli, Francesco (1702–88/9) 151

Zuccari, Federico (?1540–1609) 106, 270

Zuccato, Arminio (son of Valerio; d.1606) 300

Zuccato brothers (Francesco and Valerio;

d.1577 and 1576) 52, 63

Zucconi, Francesco 272

Zugno, Francesco (1709–87) 318, 340

 

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A

Abano Terme 475

Abbadia Cerreto 150

Abbazia di Novacella 302, 302

Abbazia di Praglia 475

Abbiati, Filippo (1640–1715) 134

Abundius, St 188, 189

Acqui Terme 78

Acquisti, Luigi (1745–1823) 194

Adamello-Brenta Mountains 282–83

Adelaide, Countess of Savoy 37, 38, 61

Adria 482

Aelst, Pieter van (c. 1502–50) 276

Afro (Afro Basaldella; 1912–76) 510

Agliate 148

Agliè 63

Agnadello, battle of 16, 653

Agostino di Duccio (1418–81) 118, 598,

675, 676

Agricola, Emperor 550

Alagna Valsesia 90

Alassio 549

Alba 68

Albani, Francesco (1578–1660) 45, 578,

580, 581, 588

Albaro 543

Albenga 548

Alberti, Giuseppe (1640–1716) 355

Alberti, Leon Battista (1404–72) 252,

261–62, 261, 635, 638, 675–76

Albertini, Giorgio (b. 1930) 79

Alberto da Milano (15C) 335

Albertolli, Giocondo (1742–1839) 108, 186,

196

Albini, Franco (1905–77) 536

Albino 217

Albisola Superiore 547

Albugnano 52

Alemagna, Emilio 120

Alemagna, Giovanni di 438 (mid-15C)

Aleotti, Antonio (late 15C) 673

Aleotti, Giovanni Battista (1546–1636) 608,

621, 640, 642, 646, 648

Alessandria 77

Alessandro della Scala (16C) 233

Alessi, Galeazzo (c. 1512–72) 100, 104, 105,

109, 136, 157, 224, 533, 537, 540, 543,

576, 623

Alexander III, Pope 77

Alfieri, Benedetto (1700–77) 40, 44, 47, 52,

77, 83

Alfieri, Vittorio 77

Algardi, Alessandro (1595–1694) 590

Alighieri, Dante (see Dante)

Alighieri, Pietro 377

Aliprandi, Michelangelo (fl. 1560–82) 338

Allori, Alessandro (1535–1607) 209

Almenno San Bartolomeo 215

Almenno San Salvatore 215

Altichiero (c. 1330–95) 336, 339, 340, 463,

467, 469, 470

Altopiano dei Sette Comuni 367–68

Alzano Lombardo 217

Amadeo, Giovanni Antonio (1447–1522)

100, 103, 105, 108, 118, 148, 154, 155,

156, 165, 208–09, 209, 243, 622

Amalteo, Pomponio (1505–88) 525, 527

Amati, Andrea (1500/05–76) 240

Amati, Nicolò (1596–1684) 240

Ambrogio da Milano 644 (mid-15C)

Ambrogio da Tormoli (late 15C) 246

Ambrose, St 13, 99, 105, 116, 120, 121,

133, 519

Amedeo VI, Count 47

Amedeo di Castellamonte 49, 52

Ameglia 564

Amici, Giovanni Battista 603

Amigoni, Jacopo (1675–1752) 515

Ammannati, Bartolomeo (1511–92) 463

Andora Castle 549

Andrea da Milano (see Solario)

Andrea del Castagno (c. 1420–57) 408, 438

Andrea del Sarto (1486–1530) 80, 602

Andrea della Robbia (see Robbia)

Andrea della Valle (16C) 476, 477

Andreasi, Ippolito (c. 1548–1608) 256

INDEX

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.

706 INDEX

Andreolo de’ Bianchi (late 14C) 209

Anfo 233

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

46, 214, 621, 672

Angera 169

Angolo Terme 231

Annunzio, Gabriele d’ 319, 320, 473, 476,

500

Anovelo da Imbonate (late 14th–early

15C) 133

Anselm, St 22, 24

Anselmi, Giorgio (1723–97) 253, 366

Anselmi, Michelangelo (c.1492–1556) 618,

619, 620, 622

Anselmo da Campione (fl. 1160–80) 182,

598

Antagnod 30

Antelami, Benedetto (c. 1178–1230)

613–14, 616, 617, 618, 621, 623, 624

Anthony of Padua, St 459, 468, 470

Antico (Pier Jacopo Alari Bonacolsi; c.

1460–1528) 252, 462, 603

Antolini, Giovanni Antonio (1754–1851)

671

Antonelli, Alessandro 47, 82

Antonello da Messina 39, 119, 189, 413,

538, 629

Antonibon family 367

Antonio da Firenze (15C) 525

Antonio da Negroponte (15C) 439

Antonio da Osteno (15C) 520

Antonio da Ponte (1512–c. 1595) 400, 447

Antonio da Treviso (15C) 376

Antonio da Viterbo (c. 1450–1516) 80

Antonio della Corna (early 16C) 243

Antonio di Vincenzo (c. 1350–1401) 573,

581, 592

Antonioni, Michelangelo 647

Aosta 21–25

Appiani, Andrea (1754–1817) 113, 128,

134, 147, 194, 217

Appiano sulla Strada del Vino 292

Aquileia 519–20

Araldi, Alessandro 620

Arcimboldo, Giuseppe (1527–93) 244

Arcumeggia 181

Arduino of Ivrea, King 62, 63

Aretino, Pietro 421

Aretino, Spinello (c. 1345–1410) 621

Aretusi, Cesare (1549–1612) 619

Argegno 193

Arian, Arians 155, 519, 549, 656, 663

Ariosto, Ludovico 640, 648

Arnad 30

Arnold, Matthew 197

Arnolfo di Cambio (c. 1245–1302) 579

Arona 163

Aronco, Raimondo d’ (1857–1932) 508, 509

Arquà Petrarca 476

Arrighi, Alessandro (mid-17C) 242

Arrighi, Antonio (mid-18C) 243

Arte Povera 89

Artmann, Emil (b. 1871) 492

Asiago 367

Asola 269

Asolo 379–80

Aspertini, Amico (c. 1470–1552) 573, 576,

577, 578, 585, 587, 588

Aspetti, Tiziano (c.1559–1606) 400, 462,

468, 469

Asti 77

Attila the Hun 505

Augustine, St 105, 120, 155

Augustus Caesar 61, 62, 304, 492, 519, 653,

674, 677

Austria, Austrian rule in Italy 18–19, 37, 78,

82, 97, 99, 169, 185, 189, 223, 250, 263,

270, 273, 274, 284, 291, 294, 314, 318,

323, 329, 347, 363, 382, 408, 489, 494,

495, 500, 571, 572, 597, 649

Avanzini, Bartolomeo (c. 1608–58) 606

Avigliana 60

Aymavilles 28

Azeglio Massimo d’ 49, 168, 196

B

Baciccio, Il (Giovanni Battista Gaulli;

1639–1709) 538

Baciocchi, Mario (active 1930s) 138

Badia Polesine 481

Baglione, Cesare (c. 1525–1615) 625

Bagnacavallo (town) 665

Bagnacavallo, Il (Bartolomeo Ramenghi;

1484–1542) 585, 665, 673

Bagnadore, Pietro (c. 1545–1619) 228

Bagnalo San Vito 268

Bagnoli di Sopra 478

Bagnolo 361

INDEX 707

Bagolino 234

Baguti, Gian Domenico (active 1754–83)

549

Baldassare d’Este (mid-15C) 119

Baldassare degli Embriachi (late 14th–early

15C) 157

Baldovinetti, Alesso (1425–99) 214

Balduccio, Giovanni di (active 1315–49)

108, 117, 132, 133, 155, 564, 590

Baldung Grien, Hans (1484/85–1545) 80

Balla, Giacomo (1871–1958) 49, 100, 108,

110, 138, 177, 281, 426

Balossi, Ercole (mid-19C) 153

Bambaia (Agostino Busti; 1483–1548) 39,

100, 104, 118, 123, 128, 158, 165, 377

Bandini, Manno (14C) 590

Barabino, Nicolò (1832–91) 558

Barbana 524

Barbanti, Domenico (early 20C) 604

Barbara of Brandenburg 258, 265

Barbaresco 69 (see also Wine)

Barbarossa, Frederick 15, 27, 61, 77, 97, 99,

148, 151, 185, 626

Barbelli, Gian Giacomo (1590–1656) 212

Barberini, Giovanni Battista (c. 1625–91)

268

Barcella, Lodovico (early 16C) 229

Bard, castle 30

Bardi, Donato de’ 547

Bardolino 323

Bardonecchia 62

Barilotti, Pietro (16C) 671

Barnaba da Modena (14C) 68, 602

Barocci, Federico (1526–1612) 105, 270,

536, 540, 588

Barolo 69 (see also Wine)

Baroncelli, Giovanni (15C) 639

Baroncelli, Niccolò (d. 1453) 462, 639

Barovier, Angelo (1405–60) 448

Barozzi, Jacopo (see Vignola)

Bartolini, Lorenzo (1777–1850) 620

Bartolino da Novara (d. c. 1406) 634

Bartolomeo delle Cisterne (mid-15C) 511

Barzaghi, Francesco (1839–92) 120

Basaiti, Marco (active 1496–1530) 214, 432

Baschenis, Evaristo (1617–77) 127

Baschenis, Simone (early 16C) 283

Bassani, Giorgio 641

Bassano del Grappa 363–66, 365

Bassano family (da Ponte) 363

Bassano, Francesco the Elder (c. 1475–1539)

363

Bassano, Francesco (1549–92) 46, 210, 228,

270, 363, 364, 366, 367, 447, 467

Bassano, Jacopo (c. 1510–92) 112, 127, 165,

177, 214, 356, 363, 364, 366, 367, 375,

378, 380, 384, 422, 472, 603

Bassano, Leandro (1557–1622) 207, 355,

363, 364, 383, 437

Bassi, Laura 586

Bassi, Martino (1541–91) 109, 132, 136,

139

Bastiani, Lazzaro (?1425–1512) 214

Bastianino (see Filippi, Sebastiano)

Batoni, Pompeo (c. 1708–87) 46

Battagio, Giovanni (late 15C) 149, 246

Battaglia Terme 476

Battista dal Moro (1514–72) 342, 362

Battisti, Cesare 278, 280

Baveno 166

Bazzani, Giuseppe (c. 1690–1769) 253, 263,

265, 266, 269

Beauharnais, Eugène 138

Beaumont, Claudio Francesco (1694–1766)

40

Beckford, William 249

Beerbohm, Max 558

Begarelli, Antonio (1498–1565) 269, 597,

598, 602, 603, 604, 605, 606, 619

Belbello da Pavia (15C) 265

Belisarius 653

Bellagio 195

Bellano 198

Bellano, Bartolomeo (1434–96) 463, 469

Bellini, Gentile (c. 1429–1507) 112, 214,

383, 422, 424, 662

Bellini, Giovanni (c. 1435–1516) 46, 112,

119, 137, 213, 214, 228, 341, 355, 375,

414, 419, 431, 433, 437, 438, 440, 442,

462, 480, 564, 646, 677

Bellini, Jacopo (c. 1400–70/71) 214, 228,

230, 341, 408, 462, 646

Bellini, Vincenzo 193

Belloc, Hilaire 164

Bellotto, Bernardo (1720–80) 46, 113,

423–24, 622

Bellunello, Andrea (c. 1430–94) 526, 527

Belluno 384–86

708 INDEX

Beltrami, Costantino 205, 211

Beltrami, Luca (1854–1933) 109, 117, 148,

207, 246

Belzoni, Giovanni Battista 462, 466

Bembo, Andrea (c. 1430–94) 224

Bembo, Benedetto (fl. 1462–75) 119, 243,

244, 625

Bembo, Bonifacio (active 1447–78) 113,

118, 155, 214, 244, 630

Bembo, Cardinal Pietro 379, 380, 469

Bembo, Gian Francesco (fl. 1514–24) 214,

242, 245

Benaglio da Verona (15C) 336

Benedetto da Maiano (1442–97) 214, 671

Bennato, Jacopo and Marco (14C) 406

Bennett, Arnold 331

Benoni, Giuseppe 402, 428, 515

Bentivoglio family 571, 572, 578, 585, 641

Benvenuti, Pietro (active 1458–80) 635, 642

Beretta, Carlo (active 1716–64) 91

Bergamasco, the 215–20

Bergamo 204, 205–14, 211

Bergognone, Ambrogio (active 1480–1522)

46, 61, 80, 100, 110, 113, 116, 119, 121,

122, 126, 132, 133, 136, 140, 149, 154,

157, 163, 197, 207, 214

Bergognone, Bernardo (d. after 1518) 158

Berlam, Arduino (1880–1946) 493, 497

Berlam, Giovanni (1823–1892) 495

Bernard of Aosta, St 27

Bernardino da Bissone (15C) 520

Bernardino da Fossato (fl. 1512–17) 68

Bernardino da Lendinara (d. 1520) 621

Bernardino da Morcote (16C) 509

Bernardino da Novate (15C) 157

Bernardino delle Croci (late 15C) 224

Bernasconi, Giuseppe (early 17C) 177

Bernini, Gian Lorenzo (1598–1680) 364,

550, 590, 603, 622

Bertani, Giovanni Battista (1516–76) 250,

256

Bertini, Giuseppe (1825–48) 188

Bertolotti, Gaspare (Gaspare da Salò;

1540–1609) 318

Bevilacqua, Ambrogio (fl. 1480–1502) 137

Bezzi, Filippo (active 1690–1755) 640

Biagio d’Antonio (active 1476–1504) 646

Bianchi Ferrari, Francesco (c. 1460–1510)

602, 605, 645, 646

Bianchi, Andrea (Il Vespino; 16–17C) 126

Bibiena, Antonio (Antonio Galli-Bibiena;

1700–74) 154, 242, 256, 261, 267, 268,

585, 666

Bibiena, Francesco (1659–1739) 623

Bicknell, Clarence 550

Biella 89

Bienno232

Bissolo, Francesco (early 16C) 440, 447

Bistolfi, Leonardo (1859–1933) 79, 550

Bisuschio 181

Bixio, Nino 559

Boario Terme 231

Bobbio 630

Boccaccino, Boccaccio (b. before 1466–d.

1524) 242

Boccaccino, Camillo (1501–46) 244-246,

629

Boccadasse 543

Boccioni, Umberto (1882–1916) 49, 100,

108, 110, 113, 138

Boethius, Anicius Manlius 154, 155

Bogliaco 320

Boldini, Giovanni (1842–1931) 647

Bologna 571–92

Archiginnasio 579

Due Torri 580–81, 581

Palazzo d’Accursio 576–77

Pinocateca Nazionale 586–88

San Domenico 579–80

San Petronio 572–76

Santa Maria della Vita 579, 583

University 586

Boltraffio, Giovanni Antonio (1457–1516)

110, 113, 119, 124

Bolzano 289–91

Bombelli, Sebastiano (1635–1716) 338

Bon the Elder, Bartolomeo (c. 1405–64/65)

217, 398, 410, 431, 432, 437, 440, 442,

505

Bon, Giovanni (d. ?1443) 398, 410, 442

Bona, Tommaso (1548–1614) 228

Bonacolsi family 250, 252, 253, 260

Bonacolsi, Pier Jacopo Alari (see Antico)

Bonascia, Bartolomeo (c. 1450–1527) 602

Bonassola 560

Bonazza, Antonio (1698–c. 1763) 478

Bonazza, Giovanni (1654–1763) 375

Bonino da Campione (fl. 1357–75) 117,

INDEX 709

182, 244, 336

Bononi, Carlo (1569–1632) 253, 646

Bonsignori, Girolamo (d. 1529) 269

Bordighera 550

Bordone, Paris (1500–71) 113, 123, 136,

374, 440, 467, 662

Borella, Carlo (active 1675–1707) 357

Borgani, Francesco (1557–1624) 265

Borghi, Ambrogio (1849–87) 83

Borgia, Cesare 662, 666, 669, 672, 674

Borgia, Lucrezia 127, 634, 640, 642, 672

Borgoforte 269

Borno 232

Borromeo family 164, 169

Borromeo, Cardinal Federico 125, 126

Borromeo, St Charles 103–05, 109, 163,

165, 198

Bortoloni, Mattia (c. 1695–1750) 472

Borzone, abbey of 560

Bosco, John, St (Don Bosco) 51, 52

Bosco Chiesanuova 346

Bosco Marengo 78

Boselli, Antonio (c. 1480–1536) 137, 210,

215

Bossi, Adeodato (1806-91) 218

Botticelli, Sandro (1444–1510) 110, 126,

214, 629

Botticini, Francesco (c. 1446–97) 214, 602

Boudin, Eugène (1824–98) 138

Boulanger, Jean (c. 1566–1660) 606

Bouts, Albrecht (late 15C) 602

Bozzolo 269

Bra 68

Braccesco, Carlo (active 1478–1501) 541

Bramante, Donato (1444–1514) 100, 113,

119, 122, 123, 129, 129, 151, 155, 157,

158, 159, 577

Bramantino (Bartolomeo Suardi; c.

1460–1530) 113, 119, 126, 135

Brambilla, Francesco (d. 1599) 104

Brandi, Giacinto (1623–91) 83

Braque, Georges (1881–1963) 108, 426

Brea, Ludovico (c. 1450–c. 1523) 541, 547,

550, 662

Breganze 362

Bregno, Antonio (active 1425–1457) 432

Bregno, Lorenzo (d. 1523) 374, 375, 406,

431

Bregno, Paolo (15C) 432

Brenner Pass 273, 304

Brennero 304

Breno 232

Brenta, Canal 473

Brentani, Pietro (mid-15C) 197

Brentano, Giuseppe (late 19–early 20C)

104

Brescello 608

Bresci, Gaetano 148

Brescia 223–29

Bressanone 301

Breuil-Cervinia 29

Brill, Paul (1554–1626) 127

Briosco, Andrea (1470–1532; Il Riccio) 463,

468, 469, 470, 471

Briosco, Benedetto (early 16C) 69, 132,

140, 156, 157

Brisighella 671–72

Bronzino (Agnolo di Cosimo Allori;

1503–72) 119, 542, 622

Browne, Sophie 167

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 103, 662

Browning, Robert 379, 380, 401, 426, 641

Brueghel, Jan (1568–1625) 46, 80, 126

Brueghel, Pieter the Elder (c. 1525–69) 113

Brueghel, Pieter the Younger (1564–1638)

564

Brunate 190

Brunico 306

Brusasorci (Domenico Ricci; 1516–67) 277,

338, 344, 346, 356

Brustolon, Andrea (1660–1732) 384, 386,

387, 508

Buck, Jan de (16C) 82

Buffalmacco (active 1302–36) 616

Bugiardini, Giuliano (1475–1555) 602

Buonconsiglio, Giovanni (d. 1536) 479

Burnet, Gilbert 464

Burton, Sir Richard 492

Busca, Antonio (1625–86) 91

Busseto 624

Bussola, Dionigi (c. 1645–87) 93, 157

Butinone, Bernardino (c. 1450–1507) 123,

140, 219

Buzzi, Carlo (d. 1658) 105

Buzzi, Lelio (late 16th–early 17C) 125

Byron, George Gordon Noel, Lord 127, 185,

315, 331, 394, 401, 474, 476, 478, 543,

562, 563, 661, 662, 665

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Byzantine architecture 100, 403, 449, 490,

656

Byzantine art 374, 404, 406, 450, 645, 649,

654, 655, 656–58, 660, 663, 665

Byzantine empire 13, 14, 15, 393, 571, 653

C

Cabianca, Bortolo (early 18C) 472

Cadenabbia 194

Cadore 386

Cadorna, Marshal 167

Caffi, Ippolito (1809–66) 466

Cagli, Corrado (1910–76) 510

Cagnola, Luigi (1762–1833) 100, 120, 135

Cairo, Francesco (1598–1674) 45, 127

Calandra, Davide (1865–1915) 49, 71

Calder, Alexander (1898–1976) 426

Calderara, Antonio (1903–78) 92

Calderari, Ottone (1730–1803) 360, 362

Caldiero 345

Caldogno 362

Calendario, Filippo (14C) 410

Callido, Gaetano (1727–1813) 376, 666

Calvaert, Denys (1540–1619) 576, 578, 580,

584, 592

Calven Gorge 296

Calvin, John 634

Cambiaso, Luca (1527–85) 536, 538, 539,

540, 541

da Camino family 373

Camogli 557

Campagna, Girolamo (c. 1549–1625) 434

Campagnola, Domenico (c. 1500–64) 470,

475

Campi family 245, 625

Campi, Antonio (1524–87) 228, 243, 244,

245, 245, 246

Campi, Bernardino (1522–c. 92) 158, 243,

244, 245, 246, 267

Campi, Galeazzo (1475–1536) 245

Campi, Giulio (c. 1508–73) 139, 196, 228,

242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247

Campi, Vicenzo (1536–91) 158, 245

Campigli, Massimo (1895–1971) 108, 110,

467, 510

Campione d’Italia 181–82

Campionese artists 155, 182, 246, 598, 616,

618

Campo Formio, Treaty of 314, 506, 515

Campo Tures 306

Camuni, the 232

Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio Canal;

1697–1768) 113, 119, 214, 622

Canavese 63

Canavesio, Giovanni (c. 1420–99) 551

Canda 481

Candelo 89

Canera, Anselmo (late 16C) 359, 361

Caniana, Giovanni Battista (1671–1754)

217, 220

Cannero Riviera 168

Cannobio 168

Canonica, Luigi (1762–1844) 100, 120, 147,

245

Canossa 625

Canova, Antonio (1757–1822) 49, 77, 110,

128, 138, 194, 230, 364, 376, 381–82,

412, 415, 429, 432, 495, 541, 622, 643

Cantarini, Simone (1612–48) 585

Cantoni, Simone (1736–1818) 139, 186,

533

Caorle 377

Capello, Antonio (1669–1741) 232

Capo di Ponte 232

Caprina, Luca del (late 15C) 564

Caprino, Meo del (fl. 1492–98) 41

Caracciolo, Giovanni Battista (1570–1637)

113

Caradosso, Cristofano (c. 1452–1526) 603

Caranca, Domenico (early 16C) 542

Carate Urio 193

Caravaggio (town) 220

Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi;

1571–1610) 61, 113, 126, 220, 244, 245,

506, 510, 539, 540

Carducci, Giosuè 31, 585, 592

Cariani, Giovanni (c. 1485–1547) 214, 602

Carlevaris, Luca (1663–1730) 165, 506

Carlo Alberto, Prince of Savoy 38, 40, 45,

46, 51, 82

Carlo Emanuele II, Prince of Savoy 59

Carlo Felice, Prince of Savoy 44

Carlo, G. de (b. 1919) 449

Carlone, Carlo (1686–1775) 45, 77, 207,

234

Carlone, Giovanni Battista (1592–1677) 533,

538, 547

Carlone, Taddeo (1543–1613) 541

INDEX 711

Carlotta, Princess of Saxe-Meiningen 194

Caroline of Brunswick 191

Caroto, Gian Francesco (c. 1480–1555) 339,

340, 342, 344, 346

Carpaccio, Benedetto (c. 1500–60) 490

Carpaccio, Vittore (c. 1460–1525/6) 112,

364, 414, 424–25, 439, 445, 506, 509,

625, 646

Carpi 605–06

Carpinoni, Domenico (1566–1658) 219

Carpioni, Giulio (1613–54) 270, 354, 362

Carrà, Carlo (1881–1966) 51, 100, 101,

108, 110, 383, 426, 510, 647

Carracci family 578, 585, 603, 622

Carracci, Agostino (1557–1602) 588, 646

Carracci, Annibale (1560–1609) 578, 588

Carracci, Lodovico (1555–1619) 539, 577,

578, 580, 585, 588, 592, 603, 626, 627,

646, 672

Carraresi family 314

Carriera, Rosalba (1675–1757) 110, 113,

375, 426

Carso 497, 499, 500

Casale Monferrato 78

Casalzuigno 181

Casanova, Achille (1861–1948) 604

Cascata della Frua 94

Caselli, Cristoforo (d. 1521) 622

Casorati, Felice (1886–1963) 49, 108, 495,

510

Cassini, Gian Domenico 576

Casteggio 159

Castel Badia 304

Castel Beseno 280

Castel Ròncolo 291

Castel Savoia (see Gressoney) 32

Castel Tasso 304

Casteldarne 304

Casteldelfino 71

Castelfranco Veneto 377–78

Castell’ Arquato 630

Castellar 70

Castelletto di Rotzo 368

Castello di Masino 63

Castello di Rivalta 630

Castello di Rodengo 304

Castello di Sabbionara d’Avio 282

Castello, Bernardo (1557–1629) 540

Castello, Giovanni Battista (1500–c. 1570)

536

Castello, Valerio (1625–59) 538

Castelnuovo Don Bosco 52

Castelnuovo Magra 564

Castelrotto 293

Castelseprio 179–80

Castiglione di Stiviere 269

Castiglione Olona 178–79

Castiglione, Cardinal Branda 178, 179

Castiglione, Giovan Francesco (17C) 128

Castiglione, Giovanni Benedetto (Grechetto;

c. 1610–65) 128, 537, 539, 540

Castracani, Castruccio 564

Catena, Vincenzo (c. 1478–1531) 214

Catinaccio, mountain 292, 293

Cattaneo, Danese (c. 1509–73) 469

Cattapane, Luca (fl. 1575–97) 242

Catullus 316, 329

Cavagna, Gian Paolo (1556–1627) 210, 215

Cavalese 283

Cavalier d’Arpino 672

Cavalli, Alberto (late 16C) 267

Cavalli, Francesco 246

Cavazzola, Paolo (1486–1522) 340

Cavour (town) 60

Cavour, Camillo 19, 31, 37, 38, 60, 168,

314, 347, 592

Cazzaniga, Tommaso (late 15C) 132

Cedegolo 232

Celesti, Andrea (1637–1712) 320, 481, 491

Celts 12, 26, 38, 98, 223, 511, 513

Cemmo 232

Centro Lago 195

Cerano, Il (Giovanni Battista Crespi; c.

1575–1632) 45, 105, 108, 113, 119, 123,

125, 134, 152, 157, 163, 176, 588, 603

Ceresa, Carlo (1609–79) 214

Cernobbio 191–93

Certosa di Parma 625

Certosa di Pavia 156–58

Ceruti, Giacomo (d. 1767) 119, 218

Ceruti, Giovanni (1842–1907) 78

Cerva, Giovanni Battista della (fl. 1540–48)

121

Cervantes, Miguel 591

Cerveno 232

Cervo 549

Cesana Torinese 62

Cesare da Sesto (1476–1523) 46, 119

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Cesariano, Cesare (1483–1543) 136

Cesena 673

Cesenatico 674

Cesi, Bartolomeo (1506–1629) 580, 585,

588, 592

Cézanne, Paul (1839–1906) 62, 625

Challant family 22, 24, 29, 30, 63

Chambave 29

Champoluc 30

Chanoux, Emile 22

Charlemagne 11, 13, 61, 62, 97, 151

Charles I, King of England 250

Charles V, Emperor 16, 99, 147, 151, 245,

264, 277, 278, 536, 542, 573

Charles VIII, King of France 99

Charles X, King of France 499

Charlotte of Belgium 496

Châtillon 29

Chaucer, Geoffrey 532

Chavez, George 93

Cherasco 68

Chiabrera, Gabriello 547

Chiaravalle della Colomba 630

Chiavari 559–60

Chini, Galileo (1873–1956) 624

Chiodi, Cesare (1885–1969) 120

Chiodo, Domenico (1823–70) 563

Chioggia 482

Chioggia, battle of 498, 532

Chirico, Giorgio de (1880–1978) 108, 120,

426, 495, 510, 647

Chivasso 63

Christus, Petrus (active 1444–72/3) 46

Churchill, Winston 315

Ciano, Count Galeazzo 329

Cignani, Carlo (1628–1719) 588, 603, 672

Cignaroli, Giambettino (1706–70) 270

Cignaroli, Giovanni Battista (1679–1770)

208

Cima da Conegliano (Giovanni Battista

Cima; c. 1459–1518) 217, 356, 375, 382,

383, 414, 427, 429, 440, 441, 478, 587,

602, 621

Cimabue (Ceni di Peppi; c. 1240–1302) 584

Cimarosa, Domenico 415

Cinque Terre 558, 560–61, 561

Cipri, Giovanni (16C) 588

Cittadella 472

Cittadini, Pier Francesco (1616–81) 603

Civerchio, Vincenzo (1470–c. 1544) 228,

230

Cividale del Friuli 511–13

Cividate Camuno 231

Civitali, Matteo (c. 1435–1501) 536

Clement III, Antipope 301

Clement III, Pope 197

Clement VII, Pope 278, 573

Cles 282

Clesio family 282

Clesio, Bernardo, bishop of Trento 273, 274,

277–79

Cleve, Joos van (c. 1485–1540) 538, 541,

602

Clouet, François (?1510–72) 228

Clouet, Jean (fl. 1516–40) 214

Clusone 218

Cocker, Henry 166

Codigoro 648

Codogno 150

Codroipo 515

Codussi, Mauro (c. 1440–1504) 395, 400,

408, 435, 437, 442, 448

Cogne 28

Cogollo 346

Col du Montgenèvre 62

Collalbo 291

Colle Isarco 304

Colleoni, Bartolomeo 205, 208–09, 219,

436

Collio 499

Colonna, Angelo Michele (c. 1600–87) 606

Coltellini, Michele (fl. 1535–39) 646

Columbus, Christopher 531, 539

Comacchio 649

Comacini family 540

Como 185–90

Como, Lake (see Lago di Como)

Conca, Sebastiano (1680–1764) 46

Concordia 377, 524

Conegliano Veneto 382

Constantine the Great 12, 98

Copernicus 586

Coppedè, Gino (1866–1927) 542, 543

Coppo di Marcovaldo (fl. 1261–75) 564

Corbellini, Girolamo (16C) 580

Cormòns 499

Cornaro Piscopia, Elena 400, 416, 464

Cornaro, Caterina, Queen of Cyprus 379,

INDEX 713

380, 380, 398

Cornello 217

Corniglia 561

Corot, Jean-Baptiste Camille (1796–1875)

138

Correggio (town) 608

Correggio (Antonio Allegri;

c. 1490–1534) 113, 119, 262, 269, 602,

608, 617, 618, 620, 622

Cortemaggiore 630

Cortina d’Ampezzo 292, 386–87

Coryate, Thomas 98, 249

Cosini, Silvio (1502–47) 536

Cossa, Francesco del (c. 1438–c. 81) 583,

587, 592, 641, 642–43

Cossali, Grazio (1563–1629) 228

Costa the Younger, Lorenzo (1537–83) 253,

263

Costa, Lorenzo (1460–1535) 113, 207, 214,

262, 573, 576, 578, 583, 585, 587, 588,

672

Cottius 61

Courbet, Gustave (1819–77) 49

Courmayeur 26

Credaro 219

Crema 246

Cremona 239–46

Crespi, Daniele (1590–1633) 113, 119, 127,

135, 139, 150, 152, 157, 165, 603

Crespi, Giovanni Battista (see Cerano)

Crespi, Giuseppe Maria (Lo Spagnuolo;

1665–1747) 113, 253, 577, 581, 584,

585, 605

Crespi, Luigi (1709–79) 584

Creti, Donato (1717–49) 577, 581, 588

Cristoforo da Bologna (c. 1360–1400) 585

Cristoforo da Firenze (fl. 1427–81) 638

Cristoforo da Lendinara (active 1444–88)

598, 601, 602, 618

Cristoforo da Modena (late 14C) 598

Crivelli, Angelo (late 17C) 164

Crivelli, Carlo (1430/5–95) 113, 214, 341

Crivelli, Taddeo (fl. 1452–76) 603

Crosato, Giovanni Battista (c. 1685–1758)

51, 472

Crusades, Fourth 15, 395, 404

Cugini, Antonio (1677–1765) 608

Cunardo 181

Cuneo 67

Curtoni, Domenico (1556–c. 1627) 330

Custozza, battle of 168

D

Daddi, Bernardo (active 1317–50) 111, 134,

564, 623

Dalí, Salvador (1904–89) 426

Damaskinos, Michele (16C) 439

Dandolo, Andrea 404

Daniele da Volterra (Daniele Ricciarelli;

1509–66) 118

Dante (Dante Alighieri) 15, 154, 316, 329,

335, 342, 440, 459, 564, 581, 653, 661,

674

Darfo 231

David, Gerard (d. 1523) 539

Della Scala family (see Scaligeri)

Demin, Giovanni (1786–1859) 466

Depaoli, Romeo (1876–1916) 493

Depero, Fortunato (1892–1960) 281, 426

Desenzano del Garda 318

Desiderius, King of the Lombards 223, 226

Diano Marina 549

Dickens, Charles 543, 627, 639

Dobbiaco 308

Dolceacqua 551

Dolcebuono, Gian Giacomo (c. 1440–1506)

124, 136, 149, 156

Dolo 473

Dolomites 273, 282, 283, 289, 292, 302,

303, 303, 305, 308, 384, 386–87

Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri;

1581–1641) 588

Domenico da Venezia (1445–80) 352, 362

Domenico di Paris (active 1467–c. 1492)

639, 643

Dominic, St 579–80

Domodossola 93, 94

Donatello (Donato di Niccolò; ?1386–1466)

214, 412, 432, 436, 463, 466, 468, 469,

470

Dongo 198

Donizetti, Gaetano 205, 210, 212, 380, 579

Donnas 31

Doria family 532, 536, 551, 559

Doria, Andrea 532, 536, 542

Dorigny, Louis (1654–1742) 355, 359, 361,

478, 508, 515

Dossi, Battista (Battista Luteri) 278–79, 641,

714 INDEX

646 (d. 1546)

Dossi, Dosso (1480–1542) 278–79, 598,

602, 622, 641, 646

Dotti, Carlo Francesco (1670–1759) 579,

592

Dotti, Giuseppe (19C) 244

Draghi, Giovanni Evangelista (late 17C)

629

Duccio di Buoninsegna (1260–1319) 46

Duchamp, Marcel (1887–1968) 426

Duchino 105

Dueville 362

Duino 497

Duquesnoy, François (1594–1643) 45, 603,

643

Dürer, Albrecht (1471–1528) 40, 214, 539,

625

Duse, Eleonora 320, 379, 380

Dyck, Sir Anthony van (1599–1641) 45, 46,

119, 356, 538, 539, 540, 558, 560, 564,

622, 625

E

Eastern Empire (see Byzantine empire)

Eco, Umberto 586

Edolo 232

Elgar, Sir Edward 549

Elia, Simone 213

Eliot, George 435

Emilia Romagna 571ff.

Enrico da Campione (early 14C) 598

Enzo, King of Sardinia 577, 580

Eraclea 377

Erasmus, Desiderius 47

Erbanno 231

Ernst, Max (1891–1976) 426

Esine 231

Este (town) 478

Este family (general) 478, 571, 597, 602,

604, 607, 634, 635, 641, 646, 648

Alfonso I d’Este 634, 642, 644, 648

Beatrice d’Este 124, 126, 157

Borso d’Este 642

Ercole II d’Este 603

Francesco d’Este, Duke of Modena 176

Isabella d’Este 250, 252, 252, 338

Nicolò II d’Este 634

Nicolo III d’Este 634, 635

Etruscans 12, 125, 268, 482, 572, 578, 579,

592, 593, 597, 629, 649, 678

Euganean Hills 475–80

Eugene of Savoy, Prince 45, 318

Eusebius, St 79, 82, 89

Evelyn, John 337

Exilles, fortress of 62

Eyck, Jan van (fl. 1422–41) 39, 46, 413

Ezzelino da Romano 223, 246, 335, 459

F

Fabbrica, Francesco (17C) 77

Fabiani, Max (1865–1962) 494

Faenza 669–71

Falcone, Bernardo (late 17C) 428

Falconetto, Giovanni Maria (1458–1534)

266, 336, 337, 467, 469, 471, 477

Falier, Giovanni 381

Fancelli, Luca (1430–95) 250, 252, 253,

256, 261, 269

Fantoni family 219

Fantoni, Andrea (1630–93) 208, 217, 218

Fantoni, Grazioso (1659–1734) 217

Fanzago, Pietro (mid-16C) 218

Farinati, Orazio (c. 1559–1616) 268

Farinati, Paolo (1524–1606) 338, 341

Farnese family 613, 620, 626, 629

Fascism, Fascist 101, 102, 176, 188, 224,

318, 329

Fasolo, Giovanni Antonio (1530–72) 355,

362

Fasolo, Lorenzo (1463–1518) 540

Fattori, Giovanni (1825/28–1908) 49, 383

Federighi, Antonio (c. 1420–90) 590

Fellini, Federico 674, 676

Feltre 382–83

Fenestrelle 60

Fénis, castle 29

Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor 277, 278

Ferdinand I of Austria 120

Ferdinand, Duke of Modena 147

Fernach, Hans von (late 14–early 15C)

209

Ferramola, Floriano (1480–1528) 225, 227,

230

Ferrara 634–48, 638

Ferrari, Defendente (active 1518–85) 60, 61,

63, 80

Ferrari, Enzo 606

Ferrari, Gaudenzio (c. 1470–1546) 45, 46,

INDEX 715

48, 77, 80, 82, 83, 89, 90, 92, 100, 113,

121, 123, 136, 139, 148, 163, 168, 188,

196, 214

Ferrari, Gregorio de (1647–1726) 538

Ferret, Eugenio (early 20C) 550

Ferretti family (late 18C) 149

Ferstel, Heinrich (1828–1883) 492

Fetti, Domenico (1589–1624) 257, 265

Fiamberti, Tommaso (d. 1524/25) 661, 673

Fiammenghino (Giovanni Battista della

Rovere; c. 1570–1640) 83, 105, 158

Fiasella, Domenico (1589–1669) 538, 540,

561, 564

Fidenza 623–24

Fieravanti, Bartolomeo (1390–1462) 572

Fieravanti, Fieravante (fl. 1422–40) 576

Filarete (Antonio Averlino; c. 1400–c. 1469)

100, 119, 136

Filippi, Camillo (1500–74) 635, 641, 642,

646

Filippi, Cesare (1536–1604) 635, 642

Filippi, Sebastiano (Il Bastianino; 1508–83)

635, 639, 640, 641, 642, 646

Filippino degli Organi (d. after 1450) 103,

104

Finalborgo 548

Fiorentino, Giallo (16C) 481

Fiume 320, 558

Fogolino, Marcello (fl. 1500–48) 278, 281,

527

Fondutis, Agostino de (16C) 129

Fontainemore 31

Fontana, Annibale (1540–87) 136, 157

Fontana, Carlo (1634–1714) 539

Fontana, Lucio (1899–1968) 102, 495

Fontana, Luigi (1812–77) 190

Fontana, Prospero (1512–97) 584, 603

Fontanellato 624

Foppa, Vincenzo (c. 1427–1515) 100, 119,

133, 228, 229, 547

Forlì 672–73

Formigine (Andrea Marchesi; 1480–1559)

581, 584

Fortezza 304

Fortuny y Madrazo, Mariano (1838–74) 415

Foschi, Pier Francesco (1502–67) 214

Foschini, Antonio (1741–1813) 642

Foscolo, Ugo 193

Francesca da Rimini 653, 674

Franceschini, Marco Antonio (1648–1729)

604

Francesco da Faenza (15C) 438

Francesco da Milano (early 16C) 382

Francesco da Rimini (14C) 592

Francesco di Giovanni (Il Francione; 15 C)

564

Francia, Francesco (c. 1450–1517) 80, 576,

577, 578, 585, 587, 588, 592, 621, 638,

673

Francia, Giacomo (c. 1487–1540) 573, 583,

585

Francia, Giulio (1487–1557) 583

Franciacorta 229

Francis I, King of France 67, 151, 246, 536,

558

Franco, Battista (1498–1561) 474

Franks 13-14, 38, 571-572, 653

Franz I, Emperor 294, 620

Franz Joseph, Emperor 495

Fratta Polesine 481

Frederick II, Emperor 15

Frescobaldi, Girolamo 641

Freshfield, Douglas 282

Friuli-Venezia Giulia 489ff.

Fruttuaria, abbey of 63

Fugger, Georg 277

Funi, Achille (1890–1974) 647

Furlan, Edmondo (early 20C) 520

Fusina, Andrea (fl. 1506–26) 108, 139

Futurism 100–01, 108, 281

G

Gaby 31

Gaddi, Agnolo (1333–96) 621

Gaggini family 540

Gaggini, Domenico (c. 1420–92) 536, 541

Gaggini, Elia (1441–1511) 536

Gaggini, Giovanni (1450–1517) 536, 541

Gaglianico 89

Galeotti, Sebastiano (1676–1741) 625

Galgario, Fra (1655–1743) 128, 212, 214

Galileo (Galileo Galilei) 119, 409, 459, 464

Galla Placidia 658, 663

Galletti, Guido (1895–1977) 559

Galletti, Ignazio (1726–91) 89

Galli-Bibiena, Antonio (see Bibiena)

Gallo, Francesco (1672–1750) 68

Galvani, Luigi 579, 586

716 INDEX

Gambara, Lattanzio (c. 1539–74) 228, 229,

617

Gandino 217

Gandolfi, Gaetano (1734–1802) 588

Gandolfi, Ubaldo (1728–81) 588

Garda 323

Garda, Lake (see Lago di Garda)

Gardella, Ignazio (1905–99) 101

Gardone Riviera 319

Gargnano 315, 321

Garibaldi, Anita 649, 674

Garibaldi, Giuseppe 168, 185, 205, 496,

532, 543, 559, 649, 674

Garofalo (Bevenuto Tisi; 1481–1599) 591,

602, 622, 638, 639, 641, 644, 646

Gaspari, Antonio Francesco (1793–after

1823) 478

Gaspari, Giacomo (early 18C) 398

Gattamelata (Erasmo da Nardo; see Padua)

Gatti, Bernardino (c. 1500–75) 152, 242,

245, 617, 618, 620, 628

Gauguin, Paul (1848–1903) 138

Gaulli (see Baciccio)

Gauls 21, 25, 62, 572, 597

Gavasseti, Camillo (d. 1630) 608

Gemito, Vincenzo (1852–1929) 167, 624

Gemona 514

Genoa (general) 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18,

531–42, 532

Cathedral 533–36

Museo Navale 542

Old Port 537

Palazzo Balbi-Durazzo 539

Palazzo Bianco 539

Palazzo Doria Tursi 539

Palazzo Ducale 533

Palazzo Rosso 539

Palazzo Spinola 538

Gentile da Fabriano (c. 1370–1427) 111,

225, 376, 625, 646

Gentileschi, Artemisia (1597–1652) 577

Gentileschi, Orazio (1565–1647) 45, 113

Gessi, Francesco (1588–1649) 584

Ghibellines 15, 151, 329, 335, 564, 571,

597, 634

Ghiffa 167

Ghirlandaio, Domenico (1449–94) 677

Ghirlandaio, Ridolfo (1483–1561) 542

Ghisoni, Fermo (1505–75) 262

Giacometti, Alberto (1901–66) 426

Giambattista da Verona (16C) 337

Giambologna (Jean Boulogne; 1529–1608)

538, 576, 577, 578, 590, 643

Giambono, Michele (c. 1400–62) 364

Giampietrino (Gian Pietro Rizzi; 1529–1608)

127, 137, 150

Giani, Felice (1758–1823) 671

Giaquinto, Corrado (?1699–1765) 673

Gibbon, Edward 61, 165

Gibbons, Grinling (1648–1721) 603

Gigola, Giambattista (1767–1841) 128

Giolfino, Nicolò (1476–1555) 344

Giolitti, Giovanni 60, 68

Giordano, Luca (1632–1705) 113, 165, 209,

228, 462, 526, 538, 539

Giorgio Martini, Francesco di (1439–c.

1501) 427

Giorgione (Giorgio Barbarelli; c. 1476–1510)

378, 400, 419–20, 419, 429, 433, 444,

462

Giotto (Giotto di Bondone; 1266/67–1337)

108, 335, 425, 460–62, 461, 462, 463,

466, 676

Giovan Pietro da Cemmo (1475–1505) 231,

246

Giovanni Ambrosi, Pietro di (1410–49) 426

Giovanni d’Errico (early 17C) 90

Giovanni da Campione (fl. 1340–60) 208,

209

Giovanni da Milano (fl. 1346–69) 110

Giovanni da Modena (1398–1451) 576, 578,

587, 606

Giovanni da Rimini (d. 1470) 677

Giovanni da Udine (1489–1561) 505, 506,

508, 509, 511

Giovanni da Verona, Fra (c. 1457–1525)

149, 338, 344

Giovanni Francesco da Tolmezzo

(Gianfrancesco del Zotto; late 15th-early

16C) 527

Girolamo da Carpi (c. 1501–56) 588, 591,

602, 635, 640

Girolamo da Cremona (fl. 1467–75) 265

Girolamo da Santacroce (1467–1529) 375,

449

Girolamo da Treviso (Girolamo Pennacchi;

1498–1544) 375, 382, 573, 584, 591,

671

INDEX 717

Girolamo da Treviso il Vecchio (1455–85)

374

Girolamo dai Libri (1474–1555) 336, 340

Giuliano da Maiano (1432–90) 671

Giuliano da Sangallo (1443–1516) 547

Giusto de’Menabuoi (d. 1397) 462, 463,

467, 469

Glorenza 296

Gobbi, Tito 364

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 11, 315, 321,

322, 344, 470

Gogh, Vincent van (1853–90) 138

Golasecca culture 12, 120, 169

Goldoni, Carlo 18, 416, 473, 478

Gonzaga 269

Gonzaga family 249, 250, 258, 269, 608

Gonzaga, Federico II 252, 264

Gonzaga, Francesco 258

Gonzaga, Francesco II 252, 263

Gonzaga, Lodovico 258

Gonzaga, Vespasiano 266–68

Gorgonzola 148

Gorizia 498–99

Gorzone 231

Goths 13, 38, 125, 329, 571, 663, 677

Goya, Francisco (1746–1828) 625

Gradenigo, Antonio (19C) 466

Gradisca 500

Grado 523–24

Graines, castle 30

Grandi, Gian Gerolamo (c. 1508–60) 277

Grandi, Vincenzo (16C) 277, 279

Grassi, Giovanni (late 14C) 103

Gravedona 198

Gray, Thomas 38

Graziolo, Francesco (early 16C) 379

Great St Bernard Pass 26

Greco, El (Domenicos Theotocopoulos;

1541–1614) 113, 214, 414, 439, 588,

608, 622

Gregory the Great, Pope 147

Gregory VII, Pope 301

Gregory XIII, Pope 576

Gressoney, castle 32

Gressoney-la-Trinité 32

Gressoney-St-Jean 31

Grigi, Gian Giacomo dei (late 16C) 400

Grimaldi 551

Grosio 233

Gualtieri 608

Guardi, Francesco (1712–93) 110, 113, 119,

214, 341, 364, 375, 417, 423, 424, 438,

462

Guareschi, Giovanni 609

Guariento (1338–68/79) 364, 411, 462,

463, 467

Guarini, Guarino (1624–83) 38, 40, 40, 41,

44, 46, 47, 48, 71

Guarneri, Giuseppe 240

Guastalla 608

Guelphs 15, 244, 335, 571, 572, 597, 634,

661, 674

Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri;

1591–1666) 45, 47, 214, 290, 539, 578,

580, 584, 585, 588, 591, 592, 603, 605,

608, 622, 623, 627, 629, 639, 646, 677,

679

Guggenheim, Peggy 402, 425–26

Guglielmo da Camino (15C) 159

Guglielmo della Porta (1500–77) 196, 542

Gugliemus (12C) 564

Guidarelli, Guidarello 662, 666

Gündter, Matthäus (1705–88) 302

Guttuso, Renato (1912–87) 138, 177

H

Habsburg, Habsburgs 17, 97, 151, 278, 289,

295, 381, 536

Hals, Franz (1582/83–1666) 508

Hanbury, Thomas 551

Hannibal 11, 12, 67, 71

Harvey, William 464

Hautzinger, Josef (1728–?86) 301

Hawkwood, Sir John 669

Hayez, Francesco (1791–1881) 49, 110,

113, 128, 128, 138, 194, 212, 214, 229,

376, 495, 577

Hazlitt, William 639

Hemingway, Ernest 164, 377, 379

Henry III, King of England 80

Henry VI, King of England 253

Herod the Great, King 519

Hofer, Andreas 265, 294

Holbein the Younger, Hans (1497/98–1543)

46, 622

Holy Roman Empire, Emperor 13, 15, 16,

97, 99, 147, 266, 273, 277, 278, 289,

314, 382, 393, 669

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Honorius, Emperor 13, 653

Hospice du Grand-St-Bernard 27

Hospice du Petit-St-Bernard 27

Howard, Thomas, Earl of Arundel 17, 470

Hruska, Arturo 319

Huxley, Aldous 249, 387

Huysum, Jan van (1682–1749) 46

I

Illasi 346

Imola 662, 666

Imperia 549

India il Vecchio, Tullio (1550–1624) 338

India, Bernardino (c. 1528–90) 346, 359,

361

Induno, Domenico (1815–78) 585

Induno, Girolamo (1827–90) 80

Innocenzo da Imola (Innocenzo Francucci;

1494–c.1515) 585, 666, 671

Intra 167

Irnerius 586

Irving, Washington 582

Isabello, Pietro (c. 1490–1546) 208

Iseo 229

Isola Bella 164–65

Isola Comacina 193

Isola Gallinara 549

Isola Madre 166

Isola San Giulio 91–92, 92

Issime 31

Issogne, castle 30

Iustus de Alemania (mid-15C) 541

Ivrea 62

J

Jacob of Ulm (d. 1491) 573, 580

Jacobello di Antonello (15C) 214

Jacopino da Bologna (14C) 584, 587

Jacopino da Tradate (fl. 1400–25) 104

Jacopo da Montagna (15C) 386

Jacopo da Montagnana (1598–1636) 382,

467, 475

Jacopo della Quercia (1371/74–1438) 403,

573, 578, 585, 588, 590, 639

Jacopo di Paolo (1390–1426) 576, 583, 585

James, Henry 379, 401, 444, 531, 539

Jappelli, Giuseppe (1783–1852) 466, 472,

475, 476, 479

Jaquerio, Giacomo (c. 1375–1453) 22, 29,

60

Jefferson, Thomas 360, 691

Jones, Inigo (1573–c. 1652) 17, 470

Joseph II, Emperor 494

Joyce, James 492, 493

Juárez, Benito 496

Julius Caesar 511, 674

Julius II, Pope 129, 213, 547, 572

Julius, St 91, 92

Junker, Karl (mid-19C) 496

Justinian, Emperor 653, 654, 657–58

Juvarra, Filippo (1678–1736) 38, 39, 39, 40,

46, 47, 48, 49, 51, 52, 89, 188, 208, 261,

384

K

Kandinsky, Wassily (1866–1944) 426

Kauffmann, Angelica (1741–1807) 80, 209,

538

Klee, Paul (1879–1940) 426

Knoller, Martin (1725–1804) 291, 294

Kooning, Willem de (1904–97) 510

L

La Mortola 551

La Palud 26

La Spezia 563–64

Ladatte, Francesco (1706–87) 51

Ladin, language 273, 283, 292, 304, 305,

386

Lago d’Annone 199

Lago d’Idro 233–34

Lago d’Iseo 229, 230–31, 230

Lago d’Orta 90–93, 92

Lago di Braies 305

Lago di Como 184, 185–203

Lago di Garda 314–27, 315

Lago di Ledro 321

Lago di Lugano 181

Lago di Misurina 387

Lago di Molveno 282

Lago di Toblino 280, 281

Lago di Varese 180

Lago Maggiore 163–75

Laguna di Grado 524

Laigueglia 549

Lamberti, Bonaventura (1651–1721) 605

Lamberti, Pietro (c. 1390–c. 1435) 431

Lana, Lodovico (1597–1646) 602

INDEX 719

Landi, Angelo (1907–96) 319

Landi, Gaspare (1756–1830) 627

Landriani, Paolo Camillo (c. 1560–c. 1618)

83

Lanfranc 151, 153, 155

Lanfranco (12C) 182, 597–98, 623

Langhe, the 68–69

Lanino, Bernardino (c. 1511–82) 46, 48, 80,

82, 121, 134, 135

Lanino, Gerolamo (c. 1555–98) 167

Lantana, Giovanni Battista (1581–1627) 224

Lanzoni, Bernardino (1490–1526) 153, 155

Látemar, Monte 292

Lavagna 560

Laveno 168

Lawrence, D.H. 315, 548, 563

Lawrence, Sir Thomas (1769–1830) 113

Lazise 323

Lebrun, Charles (1619–90) 603

Le Court, Juste (17C) 429, 470

Le Nôtre, André (1613–1700) 41

Lear, Edward 180, 549

Lecco 199

Lega, Silvestro 49, 113, 673

Legnani, Sante (c. 1760–1812) 243

Legnani, Stefano Maria (1660–1715) 47

Legnano, battle of 15, 97, 99

Leida, Luca di (Lucas van Leyden;

1494–1533) 127

Lelli, Ercole (1700–66) 579

Lenno 194

Lentiai 383

Leo III, Pope 13

Leonardo da Brescia (16C) 635

Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519) 40, 100,

117, 122, 123, 124, 126, 129, 151, 158,

193, 197, 621, 622, 674

Leoni, Leone (1510–92) 104, 125, 267, 608

Lera, Bernardino de (d. 1518) 244

Lerici 563

Lestans 527

Levada 472

Levanti, Antonio (1611–64) 579

Levanto 560

Levi, Carlo (1902–75) 38, 549

Levi, Primo 38, 605

Lianori, Pietro (fl. 1446–57) 592

Liberale da Verona (1451–1536) 112, 336,

338, 340

Liberi, Pietro (1614–87) 210, 481, 603

Liberty style 100, 494, 508

Licinio, Bernardino (c. 1489–d. before 1565)

432

Ligorio, Pirro 635 (c. 1500–83)

Liguria 531ff.

Lillaz 28

Limone Piemonte 67

Limone sul Garda 321

Lionello, Nicolò (15C) 505, 514

Lippi, Filippino (1457–1504) 46, 429, 580

Lippi Filippo (1406/7–69) 48, 119, 625

Lippo di Dalmasio (c. 1376–1410) 576, 580,

583, 584, 591

Liszt, Franz 196

Lithgow, William 464

Livy 459

Lloyd, Constance Mary 542

Loano 548

Lodi 148–50

Lodi Vecchio 150

Lodi, battle of 148

Lodovico il Moro 82, 99, 100, 123, 124,

157, 158, 159

Lombard League 15, 99, 223, 572, 626

Lombardi, Alfonso (1497–1537) 572, 576,

577, 580, 584, 639, 641

Lombardo, Antonio (c. 1458–1516) 374,

375, 404, 411, 469

Lombardo, Cristoforo (Cristoforo Lombardi;

16C) 104, 135, 139, 156

Lombardo, Martino (16C) 374

Lombardo, Pietro (c. 1438–1515) 209, 374,

375, 395, 400, 402, 411, 431, 437, 439,

442, 469, 470, 511, 660, 661

Lombardo, Sante (16C) 438

Lombardo, Tullio (1455–1532) 253, 375,

383, 384, 411, 428, 429, 437, 442, 444,

468, 469, 475, 480, 511, 661, 662

Lombards 13, 14, 38, 82, 97, 125, 151,

154, 239, 377, 393, 459, 479, 511, 512,

519, 532, 571, 572, 583, 653

Lombardy 97ff.

Lomello 158

Lomi, Aurelio (1556–1622) 540

Londonio, Francesco (1723–1783) 128

Longhena, Baldassare (1604–82) 366, 395,

398, 401, 408, 426, 427, 428–29, 429,

432, 437, 440, 441, 444, 445, 478,

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481, 482

Longhi, Alessandro (1733–1813) 338, 480

Longhi, Luca (1507–80) 662

Longhi, Pietro (1702–85) 214, 356, 364,

375, 426

Lonigo 361

Loo, Carle van (1705–65) 46, 51

Lorenzetti, Ambrogio (d. c. 1348) 111

Lorenzetti, Pietro (14C) 564

Lorenzi, Stoldo (1534–83) 117, 136

Lorenzo da Bologna (15C) 355

Lorenzo da Civate (15C) 104

Lorenzo da Lendinara (late 15C) 601

Lorenzo de Ferrari (1680–1744) 538

Lorenzo di Credi (c. 1459–1537) 673

Lotto, Lorenzo (1480–1556) 113, 119, 207,

210, 212, 213, 214, 215, 219, 228, 266,

364, 375, 376, 380, 420–21, 427, 430,

437

Loveno 196

Lovere 230

Loyola, Ignatius 591

Lucy, St 395

Lugano 181

Lugo 666

Luini, Aurelio (1530–93) 123, 124, 167

Luini, Bernardino (?1475–1532) 80, 89,

100, 110, 111, 113, 118, 121, 122, 124,

126, 136, 139, 148, 156, 157, 168, 188,

580

Luini, Gian Pietro (active 1555–81) 123, 124

Luino 168

Luni 564

Lunigiana 564

Luteri, Battista (see Dossi, Battista)

Luvigliano 476

M

Mabuse, Jan (d. 1532) 602, 629

Macrino d’Alba (c. 1470–1528) 68, 79, 157

Madonna di Campagna 345

Madonna di Campiglio 282

Madonna di Monte Castello 321

Madruzzo, Cristoforo, bishop of Bressanone

273, 274, 280

Maestro dei Padiglioni (mid-15C) 508

Maestro della Manta (f. 1416–26) 70

Maestro della Pala Sforzesca (late 15C)

113

Maestro di Figline (14C) 646

Maestro Fredo (12C) 209

Maestro Nicolò (12C) 337, 341

Mafai, Mario (1902–65) 509

Maffei, Francesco (1605–60) 224, 352, 354,

356, 364, 481

Maffiolo, Alberto (15–16C) 157

Maganza, Alessandro (1556–c. 1630) 359

Magatti, Pietro Antonio (1687–1768) 181

Magenta, battle of 99

Maggi, Annibale (15C) 467

Magister Johannes (13C) 514

Magister Marcus Venetus (early 14C) 536

Magistris, G.A. (fl. 1504–24) 189

Magnani, Luigi 625

Magnasco, Alessandro (1681–1747) 110,

119, 133, 230, 266, 364

Magnasco, Stefano (c. 1635–65) 538

Magni, Cesare (fl. 1530–33) 150

Magni, Pietro (1817–77) 109, 495

Magritte, René (1898–1967) 426

Mahler, Gustav 308

Maineri, Gian Francesco (c. 1460–1506)

113, 646

Malatesta family 571, 653, 673, 674, 675,

678

Malatesta, Pandolfo 205, 223

Malcesine 322

Malè 282

Malgrate 199

Malipiero, Gian Francesco 379

Malles Venosta 296

Malosso (Giovanni Battista Trotti;

1555–1619) 243, 245

Malpaga 219

Manarola 561

Mancini, Antonio (1852–1930) 138

Manet, Edouard ((1832–83) 138

Mango, Pietro (mid-17C) 257

Mangone, Fabio (16–17C) 138

Manin, Lodovico 508, 515

Mann, Thomas 447

Mansueti, Giovanni (active 1484–c. 1526)

449

Mantegazza Cristoforo (d. 1482) 118, 156,

157

Mantegazza, Antonio (d. 1493) 156, 157

Mantegna, Andrea (1431–1506) 45, 112,

119, 214, 252, 257, 258, 259, 262, 263,

INDEX 721

265, 341, 408, 419, 444, 463, 470, 608,

646

Mantegna, Francesco (1490–1517) 262

Mantovano, Rinaldo (fl. 1528–39) 262, 264

Mantua 249–66, 260

Camera degli Sposi 258, 259

Palazzo del Te 263–64, 264

Palazzo Ducale 250–59

Sant’Andrea 261–62, 261

Manzoni, Alessandro 109, 199

Manzoni, Piero (1933–63) 102

Manzù, Giacomo (1908–81) 207, 208, 213,

576

Maraini, Antonio (1886–1963) 224

Maranello 606

Maratta, Carlo (1625–1713) 46, 538

Marchesi, Andrea (see Formigine)

Marchetti, Marco (d. 1688) 671

Marchiori, Giovanni (1696–1778) 434

Marco d’Agrate (active 1534–71) 104

Marco d’Oggiono (c. 1470–1530) 113, 123

Marconi, Giovanni Battista (fl. 1783–89) 269

Marconi, Gugliemo 560, 591, 592–93

Marengo, battle of 27, 78, 94

Margherita, Queen of Savoy 32, 32, 90, 550

Margutti, Domenico (1659–1721) 366

Maria Alexandrovna, Empress of Russia 550

Maria Theresa, Empress 109, 489, 492, 494

Mariani, Camillo (c. 1565–1611) 472

Mariano (late 16C) 662

Marie Louise, Duchess of Parma 571, 613,

620

Marinali, Orazio (1643–1720) 167, 357,

361, 362, 378, 499

Marinetti, Filippo Tommaso 100, 281

Marini, Marino (1901–80) 138, 426

Mariscalchi, Pietro (c. 1520–89) 383

Marmolada, Monte 292

Marochetti, Carlo (1805–68) 44, 46

Marone 230

Marone, Pietro (1548–1625) 228

Maroni, Gian Carlo (1893–1953) 319

Marostica 366–67

Martin of Tours, St 549

Martini, Arturo (1889–1947) 108, 110, 167,

376, 509

Martini, Simone (c. 1284–1344) 127

Marussig, Pietro (1879–1937) 101, 108, 496

Marvaldi, Giovanni Battista (1647–1706)

549

Mary of Modena, Queen of England 597

Marzabotto 12, 593

dalle Masegne family 590

Jacobello dalle Masegne (d. c. 1409) 406,

410, 673

Pier Paolo dalle Masegne (d. c. 1403) 253,

406, 410, 592, 673

Maser 381

Masolino da Panicale (1383–c. 1440)

178–79

Massanzago 472

Massari, Giorgio (1687–1766) 357, 360,

401, 426

Master of Hoogstraten (early 16C) 547

Master of the Last Judgement (late 13C)

336

Master of the St Ursula Legend

(1465–1530) 214

Master of Sant’Anastasia (early 14C) 340

Matilda, Countess of Canossa 268

Matisse, Henri (1869–1954) 108, 669

Matteo da Campione (mid-14C) 147

Matteo da Verona (16C) 79

Matterhorn 29

Mattioli, Gianni 426

Maultasch, Margaret 295

Maximilian I, Emperor 277, 308, 519

Maximilian, Archduke of Austria 496–97

Mayr, Georg (1686–1754) 290

Mazone, Giovanni (c. 1432–1511) 541

Mazza, Giuseppe Maria (1653–1741) 584

Mazzini, Giuseppe 19, 532, 542, 547, 559

Mazzola, Alessandro (1533–1608) 618

Mazzola, Filippo (1460–1505) 113, 622

Mazzola Bedoli, Girolamo (c. 1500–69) 127,

265, 617, 618, 620, 622, 629

Mazzolino (Ludovico Mazzoli; c.

1478–1528) 646

Mazzoni, Guido (c. 1450–1518) 601, 643,

646

Mazzoni, Sebastiano (1611–78) 480

Mazzuoli, Giuseppe (before 1644–after

1706) 646

Meda, Giuseppe (active 1551–99) 117

Medici, Gian Giacomo 198

Melli, Roberto (1885–1958) 647

Melone, Altobello (c. 1490–1543) 113, 242

Melozzo da Forlì (1438–95) 672

722 INDEX

Melville, Herman 582

Memling, Hans (c. 1435–94) 46, 356, 539

Menaggio 196

Mengoni, Giuseppe (1829–77) 109

Mengs, Anton Raphael (1728–79) 46, 113,

128

Mentessi, Giuseppe (1857–1931) 647

Merano 294

Merz, Mario (1925–2003) 515

Messina, Francesco (1900–95) 152

Metsys, Quentin (1465/66–1530) 462, 558

Micca, Pietro 38, 49

Michelangelo (Michelangelo Buonarroti;

1475–1564) 118, 467, 526, 580

Michele da Firenze (d. after 1443) 336, 598

Michele di Matteo (1410–69) 583, 587

Michelozzi, Michelozzo (1396–1472) 100,

118

Michetti, Francesco Paolo (1851–1929) 383

Mignard, Pierre (1639–91) 538

Milan 12–13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 97, 98–145,

101, 653

Art and architecture 99–102

Castello Sforzesco 116–120

Cenacolo 123–24

CIMAC 108

Coppa Trivulzio 124–25

Duomo 102–08, 103

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II 109

La Scala 109

Museo Bagatti Valsecchi 136–37

Museo del Duomo 105–08

Museo Nazionale di Scienza e Tecnica 122

Museo Poldi Pezzoli 110

Pinacoteca Ambrosiana 125–28

Pinacoteca di Brera 110–15

Pirelli Building 102, 138

San Lorenzo Maggiore 132

San Nazaro Maggiore 135–36

San Satiro 129

San Simpliciano 116

Sant’Ambrogio 120

Sant’Eustorgio 132–35

Santa Maria dei Miracoli 136

Santa Maria della Passione 139

Santa Maria delle Grazie 123–24

Torre Velasca 136

Milton, John 59

Mira 474

Miramare, Castello di 496–97

Mirandola 606

Miretto, Nicolò (16C) 466

Miró, Joan (1893–1983) 426

Mitelli, Agostino (1609–60) 606

Mochi, Francesco 626

Modena 597–605, 599, 601

Moderno (15–16C) 603

Modigliani, Amedeo (1884–1920) 108, 426

della Mola family 257

Moltrasio 193

Mona, Domenico (c. 1550–1602) 640

Monaco, Lorenzo (1370–before 1420) 214,

587, 662

Moncalieri 51

Moncalvo (Guglielmo Caccia; 1568–1625)

45, 79, 119, 152

Mondovì 68

Mondrian, Piet (1872–1944) 426

Monet, Claude (1840–1926) 401, 625

Monferrato, duchy of 78–79

Monselice 477

Mont Blanc 25, 26

Mont Cenis Pass 61

Mont Mort 27

Montagna, Bartolomeo (1450–c. 1523) 158,

341, 352, 355, 356, 357–58, 366, 384,

470, 476

Montagna, Benedetto (d. c. 1552) 354

Montagnana 479

Montale, Eugenio 560

Monte Adamello (see Adamello-Brenta)

Monte Baldo 322

Monte Bondone 280

Monte Grappa 363, 364

Monte Isola 230

Monte San Michele 500

Montebello 678

Montebello della Battaglia 159

Montecchio Emilia 625

Montecchio Maggiore 360

Montechiarugolo 625

Montegrotto Terme 476

Montemarcello 563

Monteortone 475

Monterosso al Mare 558, 560

Monteverdi, Claudio 250

Monti Lessini 345–46

Monti, Gaetano Matteo (1776–1847) 165

INDEX 723

Monti, Giovanni Giacomo (1620–92) 602

Monticelli d’Ongina 630

Monticello Conte Otto 360

Montirone 234

Montorfano, Giovanni Donato (1440–1510)

123, 124, 140

Montorsoli, Giovanni Angelo (1507–63) 536

Monviso 71

Monza 147

Monzino, Guido 194

Moore, Thomas 394, 401

Morandi, Antonio (16C) 579

Morandi, Giorgio (1890–1964) 51, 108,

110, 138, 426, 495, 510, 577, 625, 647

Morazzone (1571–1626) 45, 83, 90, 91,

105, 113, 119, 127, 176, 188, 627

Moretto da Brescia (c. 1498–1554) 46, 127,

136, 165, 212, 224, 225, 228, 229, 230

Morgex 26

Morigia, Camillo (1743–c. 1801) 662

Morone, Domenico (1442–?1517) 253

Morone, Francesco (1474–1529) 336, 339,

340, 344

Moroni, Andrea (16C) 464, 466, 471

Moroni, Giovanni Battista (c. 1525–78) 113,

119, 127, 205, 208, 210, 212, 214, 217,

218, 220, 228

Morto da Feltre (Lorenzo Luzzo; c.

1467–1512) 383

Moryson, Fynes 337

Mossettaz, Etienne (early 15C) 22

Motteggiana 269

Mottis, Cristoforo de’ (late 15C) 104

Mottis, Jacopo de’ (late 15C) 157

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus 234, 261, 584

Muggia 498

Multscher, Hans (c. 1400–67) 304

Muratori, Lodovico Antonio 604

Mussack, Hans (18C) 302

Musso 198

Mussolini, Benito 165, 194, 198, 219,

318–19, 320, 321, 329, 473, 666, 672,

673

Muttoni, Francesco (17–18C) 351, 357,

358, 360, 361, 362

Muttoni, Pietro (della Vecchia; c. 1602–78)

266

Muzio, Giovanni (1893–1982) 108, 120,

137, 138

N

Nanni di Bartolo (active 1419–51) 336, 342

Napoleon I, Bonaparte (general) 11, 18, 30,

165, 234, 294, 323, 337, 402, 505, 542;

(appropriation of buildings and artworks)

126, 408, 473, 602; (battles and sieges)

27, 78, 148, 250, 294, 318, 363;

(Cisalpine Republic of) 97, 99, 572, 597;

(construction of roads) 62, 67, 93, 94,

120, 163; (coronation of) 103, 147;

(destruction of art and buildings) 408,

410, 481; (dissolution of Holy Roman

Empire) 14; (dissolution of Venetian

Republic) 393, 515; (patronage of artists

and scholars) 154, 186, 194, 381; (second

marriage of) 294, 620; (suppression of

religious houses) 61, 227, 268, 640; (territorial

expansion and redistribution) 294,

273, 289, 314, 329, 505, 532

Napoleon III 19, 37, 68, 99, 270, 314, 318,

347, 496

Natali, Carlo (1590–1683) 243

Natali, Francesco (d. 1723) 625

Natali, Giovanni Battista (c. 1630–1700) 581

Nattier, Jean-Marc (1685–1766) 622

Naturno 296

Nauman, Bruce (b. 1941) 515

Negrar 346

Nervi 543

Nervi, Pier Luigi (1891–1979) 49, 102, 138

Newdigate, Sir Roger 25

Newton, Isaac 376

Niccolò (12C) 605, 626, 638

Niccolò dell’Abate (mid-16C) 601

Niccolò dell’Arca (d. 1494) 576, 579–80,

583

Nicolò da Varallo (1420–89) 104, 105

Nicolò da Voltri (active 1384–1417) 541

Nicolò di Pietro (1394–1430) 678

Nigra, Agostino (early 16C) 71

Nittis, Giuseppe de (1846–84) 138, 495

Nobel, Alfred 549

Nobile, Pietro (1774–1854) 493

Noli 548

Nonantola 606

Nordio, Umberto (1891–1971) 494, 495

Novalesa 61

Novara 82–83

Nove 367

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Novecento 101, 108, 138

Novellara 608

Nuti, Matteo (mid-15C) 673

Nuvolari, Tazio 261

Nuvolone, Carlo Francesco (1609–62) 119,

127, 155, 577

O

Oberdan, Gugliemo 495, 500

Odoacer 571, 653

Olera 217

Olivieri, Maffeo (1484–1543/44) 224, 228

Omegna 93

Oneglia 549

Onofri, Vincenzo (fl. 1479-1506) 573, 583,

584, 590

Oropa, sanctuary of 89

Orta San Giulio 90

Ortisei 292

Ortles-Cavedale mountains 295

Ortolano 646

Oslavia 499

Ospedaletti 550

Ospedaletto Lodigiano 150

Ostiglia 269

Otto I, Emperor 97

Ötzi 11, 290, 296

Ovada 78

Ozein 28

P

Pacassi, Nicolò (1716–90) 498, 499

Pacher, Michael (1430–98) 291, 306, 308

Paciotto, Francesco (1521–91) 629

Padovanino, Il (Alessandro Varotari;

1588–1648/49) 603

Padre Cleto (1556–1619) 91

Padua 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 19, 459–71

Arena Chapel (see Padua, Scrovegni

Chapel)

Caffè Pedrocchi 466

Duomo 467

Eremitani 462–63

Gattamelata 468, 469

Sant’Antonio 468–70

Santa Giustina 471

Scrovegni Chapel 460–62, 461

University 463–64

Paganelli, Domenico (1545–1624) 670

Paganini, Nicolò 539, 623

Pagano, Giuseppe (1896–1945) 101

Pagni, Benedetto (early 16C) 262

Pagno di Lapo (Portigiani; 1408–70) 576,

585

Palanfrè park 67

Palazzo Chieratici (Vicenza) 356

Palazzo della Ragione (Vicenza) 352

Palazzo Ducale (see Mantua)

Venice 250

Paleologi family 78

Palizzi, Filippo (1819–99) 80

Palladio, Andrea (Andrea di Pietro della

Gondola; 1508–80) 11, 17, 224, 351,

352, 354, 356, 357, 358–59, 358, 360,

361, 362, 364, 378, 381, 381, 383, 411,

439, 444–45, 447, 469, 472, 474, 480,

481, 506, 509,

512, 576

Pallanza 166

Palma il Giovane (Giacomo Negretti;

1548–1628) 224, 231, 257, 378, 383,

384, 411, 415, 416, 430, 434, 441, 442,

447, 475, 477, 480, 506, 512, 513, 603,

662

Palma il Vecchio (Giacomo Negretti; c.

1480–1528) 113, 205, 214, 217, 218,

355, 383, 415, 435

Palma, Antonio (Antonio Negretti; c.

1515–75) 376

Palmanova 515

Palmaria 562

Palmezzano, Marco (1460–c. 1539) 80, 113,

587, 672

Pampurino, Alessandro (active 1484–1511)

243

Pancaldo, Leon 547

Panetti, Domenico (c. 1460–1513) 646

Paoletti, Pietro (1801–47) 466

Paolo di Giovanni Fei (c. 1345–1411) 623

Paolo Diacono (see Paul the Deacon)

Parco Naturale delle Dolomiti di Sesto 308

Parco Naturale delle Vedrette di Ries 306

Parco Naturale dello Sciliar 293, 293

Parco Naturale di Alpe Veglia 94

Parco Naturale Fanes-Sennes-Braies 305

Parco Naturale Paneveggio-Pale di San

Martino 284

Parco Nazionale del Gran Paradiso 28

INDEX 725

Parco Nazionale della Val Grande 167

Parco Nazionale delle Dolomiti Bellunesi 386

Parco Nazionale dello Stelvio 295

Parco Regionale Alpi Marittime 67

Parma 613–23, 617, 619

Parmigianino (Francesco Mazzola; 1503–40)

576, 587, 589, 618, 620, 622, 624

Parodi, Antonio Domenico (1668–1740) 540

Parodi, Filippo (1630–1702) 469, 537

Paruolo, Geminiano (fl. 1362–76) 598

Pascale, Oddone (16C) 71

Passariano 515

Passarotti, Bartolomeo (1529–92) 573, 578,

584, 585, 587

Passo del Piccolo San Bernardo 27

Passo dello Stelvio 295

Passo di Costalunga 292

Passo Sella 292

Pasti, Matteo de’ (active 1441–64) 643, 675

Paul of the Cross, St 78

Paul the Deacon 91, 289, 511

Pavia 151–55

Pavia battle of 151, 154, 246, 558

Pazzi, Enrico (mid-19C) 659

Pecorari, Francesco (early 14C) 108, 239

Pedavena 384

Pedrotti, Francesco (18C) 290

Pegli 542

Pelagi, Pelagio (1775–1860) 40, 47, 577

Pella 92

Pellegrini, Domenico (1759–1840) 105

Pellegrino da San Daniele (1497–1544) 514,

520

Pellico, Silvio 70

Pellizza da Volpedo, Giuseppe (1868–1907)

49, 113, 214

Pennacchi, Pier Maria (1464–1514/15) 442

Pensaben, Fra’Marco (1485–1530) 376

Pepin the Short, King 13, 61, 97

Peranda, Sante (1566–1638) 257, 266

Perin del Vaga (1500–47) 542

Pertsch, Matteo (1769–1836) 493, 494

Pertsch, Nicolò (19C) 496

Perugino (Pietro Vannucci; 1446–1523) 114,

157, 195, 244, 587

Peruzzi, Baldassare (1481–1557) 576, 592

Pescarenico 199

Pescarzo 232

Peschiera del Garda 323

Pesellino, Francesco (1422–57) 214

Petacci, Claretta 194, 319

Peter Martyr, St 133

Peterzano, Simone (1774–1854) 134

Petrarch 127, 151, 377, 459, 463, 475, 476,

532, 586

Petrelli, Giuseppe (19C) 466

Philip II, King of Spain 245, 266, 267

Piacentini, Marcello (1881–1960) 102, 167,

205, 223, 291, 494, 593

Piacenza 625–30

Piacenza, Giovanna, Abbess 619

Pianello del Lario 198

Piano, Renzo (b. 1937) 49, 531, 537

Piave, river 377

Piazza Brembana 217

Piazza, Albertino (c. 1475–1529) 148, 149,

547

Piazza, Callisto (active 1514–62) 82, 148,

149, 150

Piazza, Fulvio (mid-16C) 149

Piazza, Scipione (16C) 148, 149

Piazzetta, Giovanni Battista (1683–1754)

113, 214, 356, 427, 428, 430, 437, 673

Piazzola sul Brenta 472

Picasso, Pablo (1881–1973) 108, 426, 669

Piccio, Il (Giovanni Carnovali; 1804–73)

214, 244

Pico, Giovanni (della Mirandola) 606

Piedmont 16, 18, 19, 37ff.

Pierino da Vinci (16C) 118

Piermarini, Giuseppe (1734–1808) 108,

109, 147, 153, 186, 261

Piero della Francesca (1416–92) 110, 114,

115, 425, 676

Pietole 268

Pietro da Rimini (early 14C) 665

Pietro da Vicenza (active 1492–1529) 527

Pietro de Saliba (active 1497–1530) 214

Pietro della Vecchia (see Muttoni)

Pietro di Giovanni Lianori (15C) 584

Pieve di Cadore 386

Piffetti, Pietro (1701–77) 40

Pigafetta, Antonio 354

Pigna 551

Pilacorte (1484–1531) 526, 527

Pinerolo 60

Pino, Paolo 431

Pinturicchio (Bernardo di Betto; c.

726 INDEX

1454–1513) 114

Pinzolo 282

Piò, Angelo (17C) 582, 584

Piola, Domenico (1628–1708) 537, 538,

540, 541, 548

Piombino Dese 472

Piovene, Antonio (1774–1858) 362

Piozzi, Hester Lynch 639

Pirandello, Fausto (1899–1975) 510

Piranesi, Giovanni Battista (1720–78) 630

Pirotti family (fl. 16C) 670

Pisanello (Antonio Pisano; 1377–1455) 214,

252, 253, 336, 339, 340, 340, 342, 603,

643

Pisano family 540

Pisano, Giovanni (1245–1320) 462, 538,

541

Pisano, Girolamo (16C) 362

Pisano, Giunta (1202–55) 580

Pisano, Nicola (c. 1220–c. 84) 578, 579

Pisis, Filippo de (1896–1956) 51, 108, 110,

138, 387, 647

Pisogne 230

Pistocchi, Giuseppe (1744–1814) 671

Pitocchetto (Giacomo Ceruti; 18C) 166

Pittoni, Giovanni Battista (1687–1767) 478

Pius V, Pope 78

Pius X, Pope 404

Pizzighettone 151, 246

Pizzocaro, Antonio (c. 1605–80) 357, 360,

361, 362

Plana, Antonio (19C) 47

Pliny the Elder 11, 185, 194

Pliny the Younger 12, 185, 193

Po Delta 482–83, 648–49

Po, river 480, 482, 648

Pogliaghi, Lodovico (1857–1950) 178, 661

Pojana Maggiore 361

da Polenta family 571, 653, 661

Pollack, Leopold (1751–1806) 138, 153,

155, 176, 210

Pollaiolo, Antonio (1433–98) 46, 110

Pollaiolo, Piero (1443–96) 46, 110

Polli, Giorgio (1862–1942) 494, 495

Pollock, Jackson (1912–56) 426

Pollone 89

Pomarancio (Cristofano Roncalli;

1552–1626) 603

Pomposa, abbey of 648–49

Ponchielli, Amilcare 243

Pondel 28

Pont-St-Martin 31

Ponte di Legno 232

Ponte Gardena 292

Ponte Tresa 181

Ponte, Antonio da (1512–97) 400, 447

Ponteranica 215

Ponti, Giò (1891–1979) 101, 102, 120, 138,

467

Poppo, Patriarch of Aquileia 519, 520, 522

Porcia 527

Pordenone (town) 525–27

Pordenone (Giovanni Antonio de’ Sacchis;

c. 1483–1539) 242, 374, 375, 434, 506,

508, 510, 525, 526, 527, 628, 630

Porlezza 182

Porta, Ferdinando (1689–1767) 121

Portalupi, Piero (1888–1967) 137

Porto Ceresio 181

Porto Garibaldi 649

Portofino 557

Portogruaro 524

Portovenere 562, 562

Possagno 381–82

Pound, Ezra 295, 558

Pourbus the Younger, Frans (1569–1622)

622

Pozzati, Mario (1888–1947) 647

Pozzi, Ambrogio (15C) 243

Pozzo, Andrea (1642–1709) 47, 68

Pozzo, Giovanni Battista (1561–89) 158

Pozzoserrato, Ludovico (Lodewijk Toeput; c.

1550–1603/5) 362, 382

Pragelato 60

Prampolini, Enrico (1894–1956) 281

Preda, Carlo (1646/49–1729) 134

Predappio 673

Predis, Giovanni Ambrogio de 113, 126 (c.

1455–after 1522)

Prestinari, Cristoforo (active 1579–1618) 91

Preti, Mattia (1613–99) 68, 113

Previati, Gaetano (1852–1920) 135, 647

Previtali, Andrea (c. 1480–1528) 207, 208,

210, 212, 214, 215, 382

Primaticcio, Francesco (1504–70) 256, 264,

265

Procaccini, Camillo (c. 1546–1627) 100,

135, 157, 177, 210, 587, 603, 607, 626,

INDEX 727

627, 629

Procaccini, Giulio Cesare (1574–1625) 45,

91, 100, 105, 113, 127, 228, 538, 603,

629

Provesano 527

Provost, Jan (d. 1529) 244, 539, 629

Prud’hon, Pierre Paul (1758–1823) 113

Puez-Odle Nature Reserve 303

Puget, Pierre (1620–94) 541

Punta Chiappa 557

Punta di San Vigilio 322

Q

Quadri, Bernardino (d. 1695) 47

Quadrio, Giovanni Battista (1659–1723)

218, 219

Quadrio, Girolamo (d. 1679) 217

Quaglio, Giulio (c. 1601–after 1658) 509

Quarna Sotto 93

Quarto 543

R

Racconigi 71

Radetzky, Field Marshal Johann Joseph 82,

138, 499

Raimondi, Rosa 548

Rainaldi, Girolamo (1570–1655) 573

Ramenghi, Domenico (see Bagnacavallo)

Ranco 169

Rapallo 558

Rapallo, Treaty of 558

Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio; 1483–1520) 40,

114, 126, 228, 253, 587, 679

Rationalism 101, 188, 291

Ravenna 13, 15, 16, 571, 572, 653–64

Battistero Neoniano 660

Mausoleo di Teodorico 664

Museo Nazionale 659

Oratory of Galla Placidia 654, 658

Pinacoteca Comunale 662

San Vitale 654, 655, 656–58

Sant’Apollinare in Classe 664–65

Sant’Apollinare Nuovo 654–55, 663

Sepolchro di Dante 661

Raverti, Matteo (b. 1925) 442

Recoaro Terme 368

Red Cross 270

Redipuglia 500

Reggio Emilia 606

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–69) 40, 46, 113

Renée, Duchess of Ferrara 603, 634, 635

Reni, Guido (1575–1642) 46, 127, 246,

533, 538, 548, 578, 580, 581, 588, 591,

592, 603, 660, 677

Renoir, Pierre Auguste (1841–1919) 49, 625

Resia 296

Revello 70

Revere 269

Reynolds, Sir Joshua (1723–92) 113

Rezzonico 197

Ribera, Jusepe (1588–1652) 113, 119

Ricchi, Pietro (1605–75) 277

Ricci, Domenico (see Brusasorci)

Ricci, Marco (1679–1729) 356, 364, 383,

384, 462, 506

Ricci, Sebastiano (1659–1734) 113, 119,

208, 218, 356, 384, 385, 385, 386, 415,

430, 434, 462, 471, 506, 629

Riccio, Il (see Brisoco, Andrea)

Riccomanni, Leonardo (Leonardo

Riccomanno; 1425–72) 541, 564

Richard I, King of England 492

Richini, Francesco Maria (1584–1658) 100,

109, 110, 129, 136, 138, 156

Ridolfi, Bartolomeo (c. 1510–70) 356, 361

Rifugio Città di Bressanone 302

Rilke, Rainer Maria 497

Rimini 674–77

Rinaldo de Stauris (15C) 158

Riomaggiore 561

Risorgimento 19, 77, 82, 205, 532, 559

Ristori, Adelaide 513

Riva del Garda 321

Riva di Solto 231

Rivoli 51

Rizzo, Antonio (active 1465–99) 411, 432

Robbia, Andrea della (1435–1525) 563

Roberti, Ercole de’ (c. 1456–96) 587, 641,

642–43, 645, 646

Robinson, Henry Crabb 582

Roccabianca 625

Rocchi, Cristoforo (late 15C) 229

Rodari, Jacopo (15–16C) 188

Rodari, Tommaso (d. 526) 188

Rodengo 229

Roero 68

Roman remains 23, 24–25, 31, 41, 44, 125,

225–26, 227, 316, 318, 320, 330, 476,

728 INDEX

490, 512, 522–23, 548, 564, 621, 630,

674, 676–77

Romanino (Girolamo di Romano; c.

1485–1562) 227, 228, 229, 230, 242,

278–79, 319, 232

Romano di Lombardia 220

Romano, Giovanni Cristoforo (late 15C) 156,

244, 253, 257, 603

Romano, Giulio (?1499–1546) 108, 126,

250, 252, 256, 260, 261, 262, 263,

263–64, 264, 268, 269, 337, 587, 598,

622

Romano, Luzio (1528–76) 542

Romano, Marco 242

Romans, ancient 11, 12, 13, 26, 98, 223,

315, 497, 519, 571, 626

Ronchi dei Legionari 500

Roncole Verdi 624

Rondani, Francesco Maria (active

1490–1510) 618

Rosa da Tivoli (c. 1655–1705) 603

Rosa, Salvator (1615–73) 603

Rosai, Ottone (1895–1957) 426, 510

Roseto da Bologna, Jacopo (14C) 580

Rosmini, Antonio 163

Rosselli, Matteo (1578–1650) 605

Rosselli, Nicolò (16C) 642

Rossellino, Antonio (1427–79) 644, 673

Rossellino, Bernardo (1409–64) 673

Rossetti, Biagio (c. 1447–1516) 635, 640,

641, 645–46, 648

Rossi, Aldo (1931–97) 533

Rossi, Domenico (1657–1737) 398, 430,

514-515

Rossini, Gioacchino 193, 579, 584, 666

Rosso, Medardo (1858–1928) 110, 495

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques 47

Rovereto 280–81

Rovetta 219

Rovigo 480–81

Rubens, Peter Paul (1577–1640) 45, 214,

257, 415, 538, 539, 540

Rubicone, river 674

Rubini, Agostino (1560–95) 400

Rubino, Edoardo (1871–1954) 39

Ruffini, Giovanni 550

Ruggeri, Giovanni (active 1707–43) 129

Ruisdael, Jacob van (1628/29–82) 46

Ruskin, John 103, 402, 414, 432, 436, 449

Rusnati, Giuseppe (d. 1713) 93, 139

Russi, Franco (1581–1642) 603

Russolo, Luigi (1885–1947) 100, 426

S

Sabatelli, Luigi (1772–1850) 244

Sabbioneta 266–68

Sacca di Scardovari 483

Sacchi, Agostino (late 15C) 243

Sacchi, Carlo (c. 1616–1707) 152

Sacchi, Pier Francesco (1485–1528) 540

Sacconi, Giuseppe (1853–1905) 148

Sacra di San Michele 61

Sacro Monte

Orta San Giulio) 91

Varallo 89–90

Varese 177–78

Sala, Andrea (17C) 217

Sala, Girolamo (17C) 217

Salbertrand 62

Sale Marasino 230

Salieri, Antonio 109

Salò 318–19

Salsomaggiore Terme 624

Saluzzo 69–70

Sammacchini, Orazio (1532–77) 243

San Benedetto Po 268–69

San Benedetto Polirone, abbey of 268

San Candido 308

San Cassiano 305

San Daniele del Friuli 514

San Fruttuoso di Capodimonte 559

San Genesio Altesino 291

San Giovanni 196

San Giovanni di Duino 497

San Lorenzo di Sebato 305

San Luca di Crosara 367

San Mamete 182

San Marino 679

San Martino della Battaglia 318

San Michele di Pagana 558

San Pelagio 476

San Pellegrino Terme 217

San Remo 549–50

San Secondo Parmense 625

San Terenzo 562

San Vigilio di Marebbe 305

San Vito al Tagliamento 525

Sanmichele, Matteo (c. 1480–1530) 70

INDEX 729

Sanmicheli, Michele (1484–1559) 323, 330,

335, 336, 337, 339, 342, 344, 345, 361,

398, 400, 468, 479-480

Sansovino, Andrea (c. 1470–1529) 356, 536

Sansovino, Jacopo (1486–1570) 46, 224,

338, 398, 400, 402, 404, 406, 408, 409,

411–12, 415, 416, 428, 430, 432, 437,

439, 469, 479, 608

Sant’Agata di Villanova sull’Arda 624

Sant’Angelo Lodigiano 150

Sant’Antonio 234

Sant’Antonio di Ranverso 60

Sant’Elia, Antonio (1888–1916) 100, 186

Santa Croce Bigolina 472

Santa Margherita Ligure 557

Santacroce, Girolamo da (1480–1556) 477

Santarcangelo di Romagna 678

Santo, Girolamo del (16C) 470

Santuario di Crea 79

Santuario di Monte Berico 357

Sardi, Giuseppe (1624–99) 440

Sarfatti, Margherita 101

Sargent, John Singer (1856–1925) 401

Sarnico 231

Saronno 90, 148

Sarre 25

Sarriod de la Tour 26

Sartori, Antonio Giuseppe (18C) 302

Sartoris, Alberto (1901–98) 101

Sarzana 564

Sassetta (Stefano di Giovanni; 1392–1450)

425, 564

Sassoferrato (Giovanni Battista Salvi;

1609–85) 214, 467, 673

Sassù, Aligi (1912–2000) 181

Sassuolo 606

Sauze d’Oulx 62

Savigliano 71

Savinio, Alberto (1891–1952) 510

Savoldo, Giovan Gerolamo (c. 1485–after

1548) 228, 376

Savona 547

Savonarola, Girolamo 635, 641

Savoy 16, 37, 59

Savoy, royal house of 18, 21, 37, 38, 45, 60,

63

Scaligeri family (general) 223, 314, 316,

329, 335, 345, 366

Cangrande I della Scala 329, 335-336,

340

Cangrande II della Scala 336, 339

Mastino della Scala 329, 335, 336

Mastino II della Scala 335, 336, 340

Scamozzi, Gian Domenico (1526–82) 361

Scamozzi, Vincenzo (1552–1616) 208, 267,

351, 352, 356, 357, 359, 361, 362, 366,

378, 401, 408, 412, 474, 476, 478, 481,

515

Scapitta, Giovanni Battista (c. 1651–1714)

79

Scarpa, Antonio 154

Scarpa, Carlo (1906–78) 224, 379, 381,

412, 435, 495

Scarpagnino (Antonio Abbondi; 16C) 400,

415, 432

Scarsellino (Ippolito Scarsella; 1551–1620)

576, 603, 640, 646

Schiaparelli, Giovanni 71

Schiatti, Alberto (late 16C) 640

Schiavo, Paolo (1397–1478) 178, 179

Schiavone, Andrea (1520–63) 412

Schiavone, Giorgio (1436–1504) 467

Schio 368

Schoenberg, Arnold 379

Scorel, Jan van (1495–1562) 462

Scrovegni, Enrico 15, 460, 462

Sebastiano da Osteno (15C) 520

Sebastiano del Piombo (c. 1485–1547) 442,

542, 622

Segala, Francesco 257

Segantini, Giovanni (1858–99) 138

Seitz, Lodovico (1844–1908) 375

Sella, Vittorio 89

Selva di Val Gardena 292

Semitecolo, Nicolò (active 1353–70) 467

Semplice da Verona, Fra (Il Cappuccino;

active 1617–1654) 266

Serafini, Serafino (active 1350–84) 601, 646

Seregni, Vincenzo (c. 1504–94) 83, 148

Serina 217

Serravalle Scrivia 78

Sesto 308

Sesto al Reghena 525

Sesto Calende 169

Sestri Levante 560

Sestriere 62

Settevecchi, Ludovico (16C) 635

Severini, Gino (1883–1966) 100, 108, 110,

730 INDEX

426, 510

Sforza family (general) 100, 124, 247

Francesco Sforza 99, 117, 136, 239, 245

Galeazzo Maria Sforza 246

Gian Galeazzo Sforza 666

Lodovico Sforza 129

Shakespeare, William 98, 263, 329, 331,

337, 400, 402

Shelley, Percy Bysshe 98, 185, 193, 197,

464, 475, 478, 562, 563

Signorelli, Luca (c. 1441–1523) 110

Signorini, Telemaco (1835–1901) 49, 561

Silandro 296

Simone da Orsenigo (14C) 103

Simone dei Crocifissi (1330–99) 582, 583,

585, 587, 588, 646

Simplon Pass 94, 120

Simplon Railway Tunnel 94

Sirmione 315, 316–18

Sironi, Mario (1885–1961) 101, 108, 110,

137, 426, 510

Siry, Leon and Sisto (late 15C) 209

Sisley, Alfred (1839–99) 138

Sistiana 497

Siusi 293

Soave 345

Soave, Felice (1749–1803) 168

Sodoma (Giovanni Antonio dei Bazzi;

1477–1549) 46, 80, 119

Soffici, Ardengo (1879–1964) 426

Sogari, Prospero (1516–84) 607

Solari, Andrea (active 1495–1522) 158

Solari, Cristoforo (1460–1527) 100, 104,

139, 157, 158, 189, 245

Solari, Giovanni (c. 1400–84) 103

Solari, Guiniforte (1429–81) 103, 123, 136

Solari, Pietro (b. 1687) 118

Solario, Andrea (Andrea da Milano;

1473–1524) 110, 113, 148

Solario, Antonio (fl. 1502–14) 127

Solda 295

Solferino, battle of 270, 318, 347

Sommaruga, Giuseppe (1867–1917) 178,

231

Soncino 246–47

Soragna 625

Soranzen 384

Soratini, Giuseppe Antonio (1682–1762)

661

Spada, Lionello (1576–1622) 608

Spadini, Armando (1883–1925) 138

Spani, Bartolomeo (fl. 1500–25) 607

Spanzotti, Giovanni Martino (before

1456–1526/28) 41, 46, 63, 80

Spazzi, Lorenzo degli (fl. late 14C) 186

Sperandio (Sperandio da Mantova; c.

1425–1506) 583, 591, 592, 642, 643

Spilimbergo 527

Spina 12, 644, 649

Spinola family 538

Spotorno 548

Squarcione, Francesco (1397–1468) 463

St-Pierre, castle 26

St-Vincent 29

Stacchini, Ulisse (1871–1947) 138

Staffarda 71

Staglieno, cemetery 542

Stanesby, Thomas 603

Stark, Freya 26, 379, 662

Stefano da Ferrara (d. 1500) 466

Stefano da Sant’Agnese (late 14C) 438

Stefano da Verona (c. 1374–after 1438) 339,

340, 342, 343, 346

Stefano da Zevio (see Stefano da Verona)

Stefano de’ Fedeli (15C) 118

Stella, Fermo (early 16C) 91

Stendhal (Henri Beyle) 176, 193, 194, 195,

625

Stenico 282

Stephen II, Pope 13

Stephen, Leslie 273

Stolz, Rudolf (1874–1960) 308

Strà 473

Strada delle Dolomiti 292

Stradivari, Antonio 239, 240

Stramucci, Emilio (19–20C) 32

Stresa 163

Stringa, Francesco (1635–1709) 602, 604

Strozzi, Bernardo (1581–1644) 119, 341,

538, 539, 540

Stupinigi 51

Suardi, Bartolomeo (see Bramantino)

Subleyras, Pierre (1699–1749) 113

Superga 51

Susa 61

Susini, Giovanni Francesco (1575/85–1653)

643

Sustris, Lambert (c. 1515–84) 477

INDEX 731

Svevo, Italo 492

T

Tabachetti, Giovanni (Jean Wespin; after

1550–c. 1635) 79, 90

Tacca, Ferdinando (1616/19–86) 538

Tacca, Pietro (1577–1664) 265

Taddeo di Bartolo (1363–1422) 46, 550

Taggia 550

Talpino, Il (Enea Salmeggia; 1565–1625)

210

Tambroni, Clotilde 586

Tanzio da Varallo (c. 1575–1635) 83, 113

Tasso, Torquato 207, 256, 646

Taurigny, Riccardo (active 1558–98) 471

Tavarone, Lazzaro (1556–1641) 537, 538,

540, 542

Tchaikovsky, Piotr Ilyich 550

Teatro Olimpico (Vicenza) 356

Teglio 233

Tellaro 563

Tempesta, Antonio (155–1630) 165

Teniers the Younger, David (1610–90) 46

Tennyson, Alfred Lord 315

Terlano 292

Termanini, Pietro (18C) 603

Terme di Valdieri 67

Terragni, Giuseppe (1904–43) 101, 188

Terrarossa 560

Tesido 308

Theodolinda, Queen 147

Theodora, Empress 654, 655, 657, 658

Theodore, St 14

Theodoric 13, 155, 571, 653, 656, 663, 664

Thiene 362

Thomas, Dylan 531

Thorvaldsen, Bertel (1770–1844) 82, 128,

194

Tiarini, Alessandro (1577–1658) 608

Tibaldi, Domenico (1540–82) 576, 585, 588

Tibaldi, Pellegrino (1527–96) 47, 82, 83,

103–05, 108, 109, 126, 147, 148, 153,

155, 163, 167, 198, 220, 573, 585, 586,

588, 642

Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista (1696–1770) 110,

119, 121, 137, 165, 208, 209, 214, 219,

247, 318, 341, 356, 357, 358, 360, 364,

406, 426, 427, 428, 430, 433, 434, 435,

438, 441, 449, 462, 472, 473, 478, 480,

496, 506, 508

Tiepolo, Giandomenico (1727–1804) 355,

357, 358, 375, 427, 467, 508

Tino da Camaino (c. 1285–1338) 39

Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti; 1519–94) 46,

108, 112, 119, 134, 228, 341, 356, 383,

398, 404, 411, 412, 415, 421, 428, 429,

430, 432, 433, 434, 438, 441, 442, 445,

447, 462, 538, 585, 603

Tirano 233

Tirolo 295

Titian (Tiziano Vecellio; c. 1488–1576) 80,

113, 119, 126, 214, 228, 252, 263, 338,

374, 375, 382, 386, 400, 404, 411, 412,

416, 425, 428, 429, 431, 432, 433, 442,

444, 462, 470, 588, 617, 625

Titzig, Friedrich (mid-19C) 495

Tolmezzo 514

Tominz, Giuseppe (1790–1866) 495, 498

Tommaso da Modena c. 1325–79) 266, 276,

341, 373, 374, 376, 377, 602

Tonezza del Cimone 368

Torbido, Francesco (1486–1546) 112, 337,

339

Torbole sul Garda 321–22

Torno 190

Torre Pellice 59

Torrechiara 625

Torreggiani, Alfonso (1682–1764) 576, 588,

677

Torretti, Giuseppe (1661–1743) 380, 509,

515

Torri del Benaco 315, 322

Torriani family 99, 205, 223, 520

Torriggia 193

Toscanini, Arturo 109, 166, 620, 623

Toscolano-Maderno 320

Tosi, Arturo (1871–1956) 383

Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de (1864–1901)

138

Traeri, Domenico (early 18C) 601

Trafoi 295

Tramello, Alessio (15–16C) 628

Tremezzo 194

Trent, Council of 274, 277, 591

Trentanove, Antonio (1739–1812) 671

Trentino-Alto Adige 273

Trento 273–80, 276

Trescore Balneario 219

732 INDEX

Treviglio 219

Treviso 373–77

Trieste 489–96, 493

Triora 550

Trissino, Gian Giorgio 359

Troger, Paul (1698–1762) 301

Troubetzkoy, Paolo (1866–1938) 167

Tura, Cosmè (1429–95) 639, 641, 644, 646

Turbino, Antonio (c. 1675–1756) 234

Turin 18, 37–57, 50

Galleria Sabauda 45–46

Holy Shroud 41

Lingotto Fiat factory 49

Mole Antonelliana 47–48

Museo Egizio 44–45

Palazzo Madama 39, 39

Palazzo Reale 40–41

Turone (mid-14C) 340, 342

Twain, Mark 402

U

Uccello, Paolo (1396/7–1475) 588, 623

Udine 505–11

Ugo da Campione (early 14C) 209

Ugonia, Giuseppe (1880–1944) 672

Umberto I, King 32, 148

Umberto II, King 71

Urbini, Carlo (fl. 1565–85) 132, 139, 167

Ussel, castle 29

V

Vacarius 586

Vacciago 92

Vacile 527

Val Badia 304, 305, 307

Val Camonica 231–32

Val Casies 308

Val d’ Ega 292

Val d’Ayas 30

Val d’Intelvi 193

Val d’Isarco 304

Val d’Ossola 93–94

Val di Fassa 283

Val di Fiemme 283

Val di Gressoney 31

Val di Non 282

Val di Solda 295

Val di Sole 282

Val Divedro 94

Val Formazza 94

Val Gardena 292

Val Passiria 294

Val Pusteria 304–05, 308

Val Senales 296

Val Venosta 295–96

Val Vigezzo 94

Valdaora 308

Valduggia 89-90

Valeriani, Giuseppe (1530–1606) 533

Valeriani, Giuseppe (1690–1761) 51

Valeriani, Domenico (brother of Giuseppe;

active 1720–73) 51

Valeriano 527

Valganna 180

Valle Anzasca 94

Valle Brembana 215–17

Valle d’Antrona 94

Valle d’Aosta 21, 25–32

Valle del Chisone 59-60

Valle del Pellice 59

Valle di Casanova, Silvio della 167

Valle di Susa 60–61

Valle Seriana 217–19

Valle Stura 67

Valle, Gino (b. 1923) 525

Valli Valdesi 59–60

Valorsa, Cipriano (1514/17–1604) 233

Valperga 63

Valpolicella 346 (see also Wine)

Valsanzibio 476

Valsesia, the 89–90

Valtellina 232–33

Valtournenche 29

Valvasone 527

Vanni, Francesco (1563–1610) 538

Vannini, Marcantonio (mid-16C) 479

Vannone, Andrea (active 1575–1619) 533,

543

Varallo 89

Varenna 184, 197–98

Varese 176–78

Varese Ligure 561

Varni, Santo (1807–85) 542

Vasari, Giorgio (1512–74) 78, 114, 213,

413, 421, 526, 588

Vecchietta (Lorenzo di Pietro; 1410–80)

178–79

Vela, Vincenzo (1820–91) 49, 209, 471,

INDEX 733

592

Velázquez, Diego (1599–1660) 214, 603

Veleia 630

Veneroni, Giovanni Antonio (18C) 155

Venetian Republic 314, 329, 373, 380, 382,

393, 410–11, 459, 468, 480, 489, 514,

515, 653

Veneto 314ff.

Veneziano, Jacopo (15C) 512

Veneziano, Lorenzo (active 1356–72) 341,

352

Veneziano, Paolo (active 1335–60) 408, 413,

415, 418, 430, 431, 448

Venice 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 392,

393–457, 399, 443

Arsenale 440

Basilica of San Marco 392, 402–8, 407,

658

Bridge of Sighs 411

Burano 449

Ca’ d’Oro 398, 400, 442–44

Ca’ Pesaro 398, 430

Ca’ Rezzonico 401, 426–27, 438

Caffè Florian 408

Cini Collection 425–26

Colleoni Monument 436, 436

Dogana di Mare 402, 428

Doge’s Palace 410–11, 410

Fondaco dei Tedeschi 398–400

Fondazione Querini Stampalia 435

Frari 431–32

Galleria d’Arte Moderna 430

Gallerie dell’Accademia 416–25

Gesuati 428

Gesuiti 442

Ghetto 441

Giudecca 445–47

Grand Canal 395–402, 399

Guggenheim Collection 402, 425–26

La Fenice 414–15

Madonna dell’Orto 441

Mazzorbo 449

Murano 448

Museo Correr 412–14

Museo d’Arte Orientale 430

Museo dei Dipinti Sacri Bizantini 439

Museo dell’Arte Vetraria 448

Museo della Comunità Ebraica 441

Museo Storico Navale 440

Venice contd.

Palazzo Fortuny 415

Palazzo Venier dei Leoni (see

Guggenheim)

Piazza San Marco 402, 408

Piazzetta San Marco 409

Redentore 447

Rialto Bridge 400

San Francesco della Vigna 439–40

San Giacomo dell’Orto 430

San Giorgio dei Greci 438

San Giorgio Maggiore 444–45

San Giovanni Crisostomo 442

San Giovanni in Bràgora 440

San Polo 434

San Sebastiano 427–28

San Zaccaria 437–38

Santa Maria Assunta (Torcello) 449

Santa Maria dei Miracoli 442

Santa Maria del Carmine 427

Santa Maria della Salute 428–29, 429

Santa Maria Formosa 435

Santi Giovanni e Paolo 435–37

Santi Maria e Donato (Murano) 448

Scalzi 440–41

Scuola di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni 439

Scuola Grande dei Carmini 427

Scuola Grande di San Marco 437

Scuola Grande di San Rocco 432–34

Torcello 449–50

Ventimiglia 550–51

Venusti, Marcello (1512–79) 119

Venzone 514

Verazi, Mattia 109

Verbania 166–67

Vercelli 80–82, 90

Verdi, Giuseppe 195, 542, 624

Vermiglio, Giuseppe (c. 1585–1635) 127,

139, 158

Vernazza 560, 561

Verona 329–44, 334, 344

Arena 330, 330

Casa di Giulietta 331

Castelvecchio 339, 340–41

Duomo 337–38

Museo Civico d’Arte 340–41

Porta del Palio 342

San Fermo 342

San Zeno Maggiore 341–42

734 INDEX

Verona contd.

Sant’Anastasia 336–37

Scaligeri tombs 335–36

Veronese (Paolo Caliari; 1528–88) 45-46,

247, 339, 341, 355, 356, 358, 378, 381,

404, 411, 412, 416, 421, 427–28, 430,

437, 440, 447, 462, 471, 479, 603, 677

Veronese, Bonifacio (1487–1557) 127

Veronese League 314

Veronese, Zenon (1484–1554) 319

Verrès, castle 30

Verrocchio, Andrea (1435–88) 436, 436

Vertova 217

Verucchio 678

Vespasian, Emperor 225, 226

Vetta d’Italia 306

Via Emilia 12, 13, 571, 597, 606, 613, 625,

669, 672, 676

Via Postumia 12

Via, Pietro (b. 1866) 207

Viani, Antonio Maria (c. 1555–1629) 250,

253, 256-257, 263

Viano, Giacomo (active 1695–1731) 539

Vicenza 350, 351–59

Vienna, Congress of 18, 37, 205, 273, 329,

613

Vigarani, Gaspare (1588–1663) 604

Vigée-Lebrun, Elisabeth (1755–1842) 46,

622

Vigevano 158–59

Vignola (Jacopo Barozzi; 1507–73) 572, 606,

623, 624, 629

Vigo di Fassa 283

Villafranca di Verona 347

Villanova 665

Villanovan 12, 579, 678

Villas

Badoer 481

del Balbianello 193

Barbarigo 476

Barbaro 381, 381

Bianchi Michiel 366

Brenta 473



 

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Aberdare, Lord (Henry Austin

Bruce), 62

Accademia, n.19

Adelaide of Savoy, Princess, 106

Aeroporto Nicelli, 137

Air Squadron, 87th Italian, 100

Albergo Paradiso, 100

Alberoni, 6, 13; golf club, 114;

pine forest, 138

Alexander III, Pope, 18, 19, 20

Alexandria, 21

Alexandrine Gifts, n.19

Alexius Angelus, 34

All Quiet on the Western Front, 89

American Red Cross, 101

Andrea, gondolier, 71

Andrésen, Björn, (see Death in

Venice)

Angeli sisters, suicides of, 64

Anschluss, 117

Antipontisti, 84

Anti-Semitism, 120

Arca di Noe, 104

Arsenale, cannon brought from,

130

Arti che vanno per via nella cittŕ di

Venezia, Le, 8

Ascension Day, 18, 19, 24

Aschenbach, Gustav von, (see

Death in Venice)

Attila the Hun, 10

Austria, soldiers stranded on

the Lido, 32; Venice ceded to,

37; regime in Venice, 39, 49;

warship sighted by Effie Ruskin;

52; fleet of, 60; attempts to

bombard Venice, 98; intentions

to bomb Venice in WWI, 98;

Venetian uprising against, 98;

Hitler and Mussolini discuss,

117; satirical attack on, 131

Baicolo, gondolier, 80

Bakewell, Charles M., 101

Baldwin of Flanders, 30

Balenciaga, 97

Barbarossa, Frederick, 18

Bari, 22, 23

Beauchamp, Countess of, 106

Beauty treatments, 128–29

Bellotto, Umberto, 97

Bench and Bar of England, The, 63

Bendor, (see Grosvenor, Hugh)

Benedictine monastery, 20, 134

Bennett, James Gordon, 14

Benzoni, Countess, 45

Biblioteca Hugo Pratt, 141

Birds of a Feather, 8

Birdwatching, 131–32

Blois, Louis, Count of, 30

Blue Moon, 139

Bogarde, Dirk, (see Death in

Venice)

Bombardment, by balloons,

98–99; by flyers, 100

Bonaparte, Josephine, 36–37

Bonaparte, Napoleon, 36–37,

the 150 blue guide travel monographs venice lido 151

38, 144

Boothby, Bob, 111

Bracken, Brendan, 111

Brenta Canal, 116

Bricktop, 105

Brill, Hans, 47

Brown, Horatio, translation of

Pompeo Molmenti, n.10; his

gondola, 68; Life on the Lagoons,

75; bachelor parties, 78; lampooned

by Rolfe, 79; gondolier

picnics, 126

Brown, Rawdon Lubbock, 52–53

Brunswick, Duke of, 36

Bucintoro, 24, 37

Burano, 126

Buratti, Pietro, 131

Burton, Richard (Arabist), 61–62

Bury St Edmunds, 58

Byron, George Gordon Noel, 2nd

Baron, in Venice, 39–48; deplored

by Nazi-controlled press,

119; and gawping tourists, 124;

records shooting of elephant;

130; and Armenian fathers, 144

Byron, Robert, 12

Ca’Foscari, 37

Cagno, Umberto, 98

Cairo, 30

Cambridge University, 74

Cambridge, Earl of, 106

Cameron, V. Lovett, 62

Campanile of San Marco, 74–75

Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio

Canal), 24

Canareggio, 121

Capanne (beach cabins), 16

Carabinieri, 47, 79

Ca’ Rezzonico, 105

Carleton, Sir Dudley, 28

Carpaccio, Vittore, 55

Casa Rossetta, 99

Casati, Marchesa, 90

Case, Margaret, 103

Castellane, Jean de, 106

Castile and León, lions of, 124

Castragatti, (see Cat-neuterers)

Catholic cemetery, 136

Cat-neuterers, 8

Cats, 8–9

Céline, Louis-Ferdinand, 100

Cerruti, Elisabetta, 115, 117–18

Champagne, Theobald of, 30

Chanel, Gabrielle ‘Coco’, rides

‘piggyback’ on Serge Lifar, 13;

and Diaghilev, 89, 91–92; in

Hotel des Bains, 96

Charlemagne, 10

Charles-Roux, Edmonde, 91

Charleston (dance), 105

Charlotte, Princess, 41

Chateaubriand, François-René

de 14

Cherubini, Giuseppe, 135, 142

Chez Vous, 14, 105

Christodoulos, Archbishop of

Athens, 35

Churches on the Lido, 134–36

Churchill, Randolph, 111, 112

Churchill, Winston, 108–09

Cicogna family, n.17

CIGA, 84–85, 104, 107

Cipriani, Arrigo, 119

Cipriani, Giuseppe, 119–20

Circolo Golf Venezia, 114

Civic Ritual in Renaissance Venice,

23

Clari, Robert of, 32–33

Clough, Arthur Hugh, 39

Cockney village, Henry James’s,

49

Cogni, Margarita, 39–40

Colonie, 27

Compagnia Italiana Grandi

Alberghi, (see CIGA)

Comune di Venezia, 9, 96

Constantinople, 34

Contarini, Doge Domenico I, 20

Contro Venezia Passatista, 82–83

Cooper, Duff, 104

Coro dei ginnasti, 27

Corpo della Disciplina, 69

Corvo, Baron, (see Rolfe, Frederick)

Courcy, Ann de, 110, 112

Courtenay, Edward, (Earl of

Devon), 65–66

Courtesans, 25

Crema, Giovanni da, 134

Croce Rossa Americana, 101

Crosby, Bing, 114

Cruikshank of Glasgow (golf

architects), 114

D’Annunzio, Gabriele, 99–100

Dalmatian pirates, 22

Dalmatian sheep, 129

Dandolo, Doge Enrico, 31, 33

Danse des Adolescentes, 14, 90–91

Death in Venice, 92–96

De Carlo, Giancarlo, 139

Del Guidice, Brenno, 86

Delubac, Jacqueline, 106

De Santis, Pasqualino, (see Death

in Venice)

Des Bains, (see Grand Hotel des

Bains)

Desdemona’s handkerchief, n.53

Deuteronomy, 123

Diaghilev, Serge, 89–92, 104

Dickens, Charles, 54

Dietrich, Marlene, 89

Dingo, cat charity, 9

Dipsychus 39

Doge’s Palace, 54

Dogs, 17

Dopolavoro, 27

Duke, Vernon, 92

Duncan, Isadora, 13, 89–90, 96

Edward VIII, (see Windsor, Duke

of)

Ekstase, 109–10

Elefanteide: Storia Verissima

dell’Elefante, 131

Elephant, runaway, 130–31

Elizabeth II, Queen, 95

Empress Josephine, The, n.38

Esposizione Internazionale d’Arte

Cinematografica, 107–10

EST Capital, 96

Excelsior, (see Grand Hotel

the 152 blue guide travel monographs venice lido 153

Excelsior)

Fabris, Luigi, 86

Faust (Gounod), 54

Fellini, Federico, 139, 140

Fenice, Teatro il, 51, 92

Fighetti, (Lido wineshop), 71

First World War, 98–101

Fletcher, (Byron’s valet), 41

Fonseca family, 122

Ford, Henry, 114

Fors Clavigera, 54

Forte di Sant’Andrea, n.37, 143

Fortuny, Mariano, 88

Fourth Crusade, 14, 30–35

Franchetti Fonda, Afdera, n.17

Freemasons, 119

Friedburg, Privy Counsellor (Thomas

Mann’s father-in-law), 94

Fusato, Angelo, gondolier, 72–73

Futurism, 81–83

Gay life on the Lido, 68–80,

138–39

Gazzetta Urbana Veneta, 49

Gazzettino, Il, 103, 119

George V, King, 106

Ghosts, 64, 65, 66

Giardini di Castello, 107

Giardini Ex Reale, 8

Gibbon, Edward, 34–35

Giormani, Virgilio, 129–30

Giustiniani, Doge Sebastiano, 52

Goebbels, Joseph, 113

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von,

12, 136

Gondolas, deplored in Lady

Chatterley’s Lover, 12; Byron

transported in, 41; Wagner

views sunsets from, 43;

Filippo Marinetti recommends

wholesale incineration of, 83; in

Diaghilev’s funeral cortčge, 92

Gondoliers, monopoly threatened

by vaporetti, 70; at Chicago

Trade Fair, 71; and prostitution,

71; admired by men of letters,

71–78; employed by Cole

Porter, 105; picnicking with

Horatio Brown, 126

Gounod, Charles-François, 54

Gower, Lord Ronald, 67–68

Gran Viale Santa Maria Elisabetta,

15, 133

Grand Canal, 39, 116

Grand Hotel des Bains, Italian

families rent beach cabins at,

16; John Peel sung by moonlight

at, 62; conception and building

of, 85–88; and Diaghilev, 14,

89–92; and Death in Venice,

92–96; rejected proposals for

alterations to, 96–97

Grand Hotel Excelsior, Karl Lagerfeld

unveils Chanel collection

at, 11; Frederick Rolfe walks by

night on beach near, 79; conception

and building of, 86–89;

rejected proposals for alterations

to, 96–97; as finishing point of

Schneider Trophy race, 102;

as venue for early Venice Film

Festival screenings, 107–09;

Winston Churchill at, 108–09;

Jewish pastry chef exiled to,

116; butterfly caught near, 132

Gray, Euphemia, (see Ruskin,

‘Effie’)

Great Cities of the World, 30

Gregory I, Pope (‘the Great’), 21

Grosvenor, Hugh, 2nd Duke of

Westminster, 91

Guazetti, Capt Federico, 102

Guinness, Bryan, 111

Guitry, Sacha, 106

Gurney, Gerard H., 132

Haghia Sophia, 34

Harry’s Bar, author forbidden to

visit, 6; and Chanel, 91; Jews

barred from, 119; requisitioned

as mess hall for Italian navy, 120

Harvard, 103

Heathcote, Adolphus ‘Dollie’, 67

Heine, Heinrich 12, n.12

Hemingway, Ernest, n.17

Henri III, King 35–36, 115

Henry VIII, King 52

Herman Goering Military Band,

119

Hitler, Adolf, 113, 114–18

Hobhouse, John Cam, 41, 130

Holocaust, memorials to, 127

Homosexuals, homosexuality,

68–69, 71

Hopkinson Smith, F., 76

Hoppner, Belgrave, 41, 45, 47

Horsey, General de, 71

Housman, A.E., on sunsets, n.43;

his gondolier, 73–75; on flora

and fauna, 132

Hunt, E. Aubrey, 70

Hutchinson, Leslie, 105

Hutton, Barbara, 104, 106

Inno di Mameli, 103

Innocent III, Pope, 30

Isaac II, Emperor, 34

Italian Fantasies, 12

Italian Hours, 56

Italienische Reise, 12

Izzo, Aldo, 122, 126

James, Edward, 112

James, Henry, 55, 56–58, 82, 103

Jewish cemeteries, visited by

Ruskins, 52; history of, 120–27;

opening hours, 136

Jews, 120–27

John Paul II, Pope, 35

Joseph the Jew, (see Nasi, Joseph)

Julian and Maddalo, 44

Kapurthala, Prince Jit of, 105

Karl Stephan, Archduke, 60–61

Kiesler, Hedy (see Lamarr, Hedy)

Kinnaird, Douglas, 46

Knickerbocker, Hubert Renfro,

115

Kochno, Boris, 91, 92, 105

Korda, Alexander, n.89

La Fontaine, Cardinal Pietro

(Patriarch of Venice), 134

Lady Chatterley’s Lover, 12–13

Lady Macbeth of Mzensk, 92

Lagerfeld, Karl, 13

the 154 blue guide travel monographs venice lido 155

Lamarr, Hedy, 109–10

Langtry, Lillie, 14

Latham, Lady, 106

Laugier, Jean-Baptiste, n.37

Lawrence, D.H., 12–13

Layard, Lady, 79

Le Vignole, 99

Leggatt, Sir Andrew, 131

Libérateur d’Italie, n.37, 144

Liberty villas, 16, 137–38

Lido Fire Brigade gymnastic team,

27

Lido Mondays (see Luni di Lio)

Lido orphanage deaf and dumb

gymnastic team, 27

Lifar, Serge, 13, 89, 106, 112

Life on the Lagoons, 75

Lion’s Bar, 140

Lords of the Night, (see Signori di

Notte)

Losch, Tilly, 112

Lucas, E.V., 67

Luni di Lio, 49

Machatý, Gustav, 109–10

Malamocco, 8, 9, 141

Malamocco, Buono di, 21

Manin, Daniele, 98, 121

Manin, Doge Lodovico, 122, 144

Mann, Thomas, 92–96, 101, 110

Manning, Cardinal, 77

Manzoni, Alessandro, 64

Marinetti, Filippo, 81–83

Marmont, Marshal Auguste de, 38

Marsich, Francesco, 88

Mary, Queen of England, 65

Maxse, Captain, 44

Maxwell, Elsa, 14, 103–04, 105

Mdivani, Prince Alexis, 106

Menpes, Mortimer Luddington,

124

Mercenaries, 30

Meredith, George, 44

Mestre, 46, 121

Metcalfe, Edward Dudley ‘Fruity’,

15

Military prison, (see Corpo della

Disciplina)

Miozzi, Eugenio, 83–4, 108

Molmenti, Pompeo, n.37

Montferrat, Boniface of, 31

Morison, Fynes, 24

Morris, Jan, 18

Morte a Venezia, (see Death in

Venice)

Mosley, Cynthia ‘Cimmie’, 111,

113

Mosley, Diana, 110–13

Mosley, Oswald, 111–13

Mosquitoes, n.9

Mühlbach, Luise, n.38

Muir, Prof. Edward, 23

Murazzi, 16, n.16

Murray, John, 40, 46

Museo Correr, n.19

Musset, Alfred de, 126

Mussolini, Benito, 27, 114–18

My Life (Oswald Mosley) 112

Myra, 22, 23

My Years at the Austrian Court, 60

Nadaud, Marcel, 8

Namouna, yacht, 14

Napoleonic Wars, 39

Nasi, Joseph, 121

Nazi occupation of Venice, 119

Neurath, Konstantin von, 116

Nicelli, Giovanni, 98

Nordsee, Die, n.12

Norwich, John Julius, (2nd Viscount

Norwich), 30, 108

Novello, Paolo, 10

Novitsky, Carl, 110

Officiel de la Mode, 105

Ojetti, Ugo, 88

On the Eve, 63–64

Orderly Man, An, 95

Orseolo, Doge Pietro II, 19

Orthodox Judaism, 123, 124

Ospedale al Mare, 135

Ottolenghi, Rabbi Adolfo, 120

Ottoman Turks, 120

Ouida, 58–60

Pace virile (‘virile’ peace), 117

Padua, war with, 121

Palazzo del Cinema, 108

Palazzetto del Consiglio dei Dieci,

134

Palazzo Mocenigo, 39, 40, 78

Palazzo del Podestŕ, 141

Palazzo Polignac, 92

Palgrave, Francis, 62

Palladio, Andrea, 36

Palmerston, Lord (Henry John

Temple), 52

Pellestrina, 143

Pensione Seguso, 6

Piazzale Bucintoro, 139

Picture of Dorian Gray, The, 67

Piedmont, Prince of, 106

Pilgrims, 22, 23

Pineta degli Alberoni, 138

Pink (the colour as created by

Fortuny), 88

Planetarium, 141

Platen-Hallermünde, August

von, 94

Plimpton, George Ames, 131–32

Polignac, Palazzo, 92

Polignac, Princesse de, 106;

Palazzo, 92

Ponte della Libertŕ, 83

Porter, Cole 103–04

Pratt, Hugo Eugenio, 141

Prince of Wales, (see Windsor,

Duke of)

Promessi Sposi, I, 64

Proverbs, Book of, 124

Ramée, Louise de la, (see Ouida)

Red Cross, 101

Remarque, Erich Maria, 89

Resurrection, 124

Rite of Spring, The, 90

Rochefoucauld, Stanislas de la,

106

Rolfe, Frederick, (‘Baron Corvo’),

14, 76–80

Roosevelt, James, 106

Rosebery, Lord, 78

Ruskin, Euphemia ‘Effie’, 51–53,

124

Ruskin, John, 49–55, 64, 82, 119

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Ruspoli, Principessa, 106

Ryan, Nellie, 60–61

Sacre du Printemps, 14

St George, 21, 23, 75, 80

St George’s, church, 136

St Jerome, 55

St Mark, 19, 21, 22–26, 124

St Nicholas, 19, 20, 22, 23, 26

Salin, Antonio, 75

Saltpetre manufacture, 130

San Clemente, 9

San Faustino, Jane Campbell di,

105, 112–13

San Giorgio Maggiore, 23

San Lazzaro degli Armeni, 144

San Luca, Camillo di, 134

San Nicolň al Lido 13, 20, 36, 53,

102, 131–32

Sand, George, 105, 126

Sandburg, Carl, 89

Sandow, Eugen, 69–70

Sant’Antonin, church, 130

Sant’Antonio, church, 135

Santa Maria Assunta, 135

Santa Maria della Vittoria, (see

Tempio Votivo)

Santa Maria Elisabetta, church,

135

Santa Maria Nascente, church,

135

Sardi, Giovanni, 85–87

Schneider Trophy Air Race,

102–03

Schopenhauer, Arthur, 46, 119

Scoasseria, rubbish dump, 129

Scuole Grandi, 24

Seal of Solomon, 124

Seljuk Turks, 22

Selvataggio Miracoloso, Il, 135

Sephardic Jews, 124

Sert, Misia, 91, 92

Setton, Prof. Kenneth M., 23

Sex tourism, 69

Sharp, William, 127

Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 41–45

Shostakovich, Dmitri, 92

Shropshire Lad, A, n.43

Sica, Vittorio de, 108

Sigillum salomonis, 124,

Signori di Notte, Venetian magistrates,

68

Simpson, Wallis, 15

Smith, Joseph, 136

Song of Songs, The, 123,

Spada, Nicolň, and CIGA, 84;

buys up land on Lido, 85; commissions

Villino Monplaisir, 86;

commissions Excelsior, 87

Sposalizio ceremony, 18–26

Stabilimenti, 49

Starace, Achille, 116

Sternberg, Josef von, 89

Stones of Venice, The, 51

Story of the American Red Cross in

Italy, The, 101

Stra, 116

Strahan, J.A., 62–63

Stravinsky, Igor, 14, 90, 96, 101

Streisand, Barbra, 122

Strength and How To Obtain It, 69

Sullam, Guido Costante, 86

Sullam, Sara Copio, 122–23

Symonds, John Addington,

meets Lord Ronald Gower, 67;

describes military prison on

the Lido, 69; and gondoliers,

71–73; sonnet on the Jewish

cemetery, 125

Symons, A.J.A., 78

Take Them Up Tenderly, 103

Teatrino Liberty, 142

Telefono bianco, 108

Tempio Votivo, 133

Thayer, William Roscoe, 32

Thun, Count, 55

Time magazine, 116

Times, The, n.32, n.52, 58, 70

Tintoretto, 36, 75

Tiretta, Contessa, 41

Tofts, Catherine, 136

Torcello, Rustico da, 21

Torquemada, 124

Torres, Giuseppe, 133

Transadriatica, n.98

Trinity College, Cambridge, 74

Tuculs (beach cabins), 16

Turgenev, Ivan Sergeyevich, 63

Vaganbunduli libellus, 125

Van Someren, Ivy, 78–79

Vannes, Peter, 65

Vaporetti, 50

Venice Biennale, 88, 107, 109

Venice Film Festival, 107–10

Venice War Memorial, (see Tempio

Votivo)

Venier dei Leoni, Palazzo, 90

Ventura, Giovanni, 135

Veronese, Paolo, 36

Via Cipro, 126

Vienna, 100

Villa Pisani (Stra), 116

Visconti, Luchino (see Death in

Venice)

Volo su Vienna, 100

Volpi di Misurata, Count

Giuseppe, as visionary, 84; role

in Schneider Trophy and Casino,

101; rumoured agreement with

Elsa Maxwell, 103; founds Venice

Film Festival,106; founds

Lido golf club at Alberoni, 114

Wagner, Richard, n.43

Walker, Jimmy, 106

Webster, Flt Lt Sidney, 102–03

Westminster, 2nd Duke of, (see

Grosvenor, Hugh)

Wiesendonck, Mathilde von, n.43

Wilde, Oscar, 67

Windsor, Duke of, 100, 114

Winspeare Guicciardi, Baronessa

Nicola, 100

Wisie, (Ruskin’s dog), 55

World of Venice, The, 13

Wotton, Sir Henry, 25

Wragg, Canon, 79

Zadar (Zara), 34

Ziani, Doge Sebastiano, 18, 28

Zompini, Gaetano, 8