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Renaissance Studies in Honor of Joseph Connors, Volumes 1 and 2

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Publication Date: 09/07/2013

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1488 pages

128 color illustrations, 442 halftones, 6 line illustrations

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  • Volume I: Art History
    • Introduction [Machtelt Israëls and Louis A. Waldman]
    • Joseph Connors Bibliography
    • Tabula Gratulatoria
    • Art History
      • Octahedron Tattianum [Louis A. Waldman]
        • I. A Rediscovered Medal of Crescentius Nomentanus by Filarete
        • II. Lucantonio degli Uberti, “Albertus pictor florentinus”, and the Master of the Esztergom Virtues
        • III. From Gozzoli to Bartolomeo di Giovanni: A Demi-fake
        • IV. Larciani and Granacci Side by Side
        • V. An Unknown Copyist of Leonardo’s Battle of Anghiari: Francesco Morandini, Called il Poppi
        • VI. Mariotto Albertinelli, pictor et hospes
        • VII. Pontormo, Niccolò di Pietro Gerini, and the Capponi Chapel Annunciation
        • VIII. The Contractors for Jacopo Sansovino’s Façade of San Francesco della Vigna in Venice, 1543
      • A Skull for Lunch [Henk van Os]
      • L’insondable puits du passé ou les métamorphoses du labyrinthe [Hervé Brunon]
      • From translatio to canonizatio in Late Medieval Italian Iconography [Roberto Cobianchi]
      • Constantine, St. Peter, Pope Gregory IX, and St. Francis: The Franciscan Transept in Question [Julian Gardner]
      • The Struggle for Power and its Architectural Representation in Communal Orvieto [Barbara Deimling]
      • Two Enigmatic Portraits of the ‘Blessed’ Giovanna Felici, Sister-in-Law of St. Francesca Romana: Family Promotion and Sanctity through Images in Fifteenth-Century Rome [Claudia Bolgia]
      • St. Elizabeth’s Roses in Italy: Texts and Images [Dávid Falvay]
      • “The Child is Father of the Man”: Some Renaissance Versions of the traditio clavium [Christa Gardner von Teuffel]
      • Ghiberti and Painting [Keith Christiansen]
      • Ghiberti’s Dogs [Amy R. Bloch]
      • Una Madonna col Bambino di Nanni di Bartolo [Mattia Vinco]
      • Masolino in Hungary [Zsombor Jékely]
      • “Per memoria della fede e virtù sua” [Eve Borsook]
      • On the Problem of Visions in Florentine Art [Anne Dunlop]
      • Una pala d’altare di Apollonio di Giovanni [Andrea Staderini]
      • Blood on the Doors (and on the Walls and on the Floors): The Sanguinary Medici Palace [John T. Paoletti]
      • The Sitter as “Guest”: Reception of the Portrait in the Renaissance [Joanna Woods-Marsden]
      • “You Are There”: Passages in Time and Space in Cosimo Rosselli’s Procession of the Miraculous Blood in Sant’Ambrogio, Florence [Brian A. Curran]
      • Artist and Cosmographer: Francesco Rosselli and is Fiorenza [Zsolt Győző Török]
      • (Re)Drawing in Metalpoint [Thea Burns]
      • Footnotes for Sassetta [Donal Cooper]
      • Un nuovo documento seicentesco sulla dispersione del polittico agostiniano di Piero della Francesca [Giovanni Pagliarulo]
      • Le iscrizioni nel dittico di Urbino di Piero della Francesca. Il ritratto di Battista e la tradizione metrica [Lina Bolzoni]
      • Narrative of Another Kind: tavolette votive in Context [Fredrika Jacobs]
      • A Short Note for Francesco di Giorgio Martini’s Madonna of the Earthquakes (1467) [Fabrizio Nevola]
      • The Devotional Context of a Miraculous Image: Niccolò di Giovanni Fiorentino’s Madonna at Orebić [Samo Štefanac]
      • Alberti’s Pathos Formula in the Chapel of the Blessed Giovanni Orsini of Trogir [Joško Belamarić]
      • Fiori di blasoneria. Gli stemmi di Sisto IV e Antonio Basso della Rovere d’Aragona nel sovraporta di Villa La Pietra a Firenze [Mauro Mussolin]
      • Modelli antichi e alcuni disegni per i monasteri della congregazione benedettina di Santa Giustina, poi Cassinese, nel Quattrocento [Guido Beltramini]
      • The Genealogy of Leonardo’s Shadows in a Drapery Drawing [Francesca Fiorani]
      • Taking Flight: Leonardo’s Childhood Memories [Frank Fehrenbach]
      • “Figura d’elementi”. Leonardo e i solidi platonici nel foglio 27r–v dell Manoscritto F [Romano Nanni]
      • Un (auto)ritratto cristo-bacchico di Boltraffio [Philippe Morel]
      • When Marcantonio Met Raphael [Bette Talvacchia]
      • Precision and Pragmatism: Baldassare Peruzzi’s Perspectival Studies and the Sala delle Prospettive [Martin Kemp]
      • Michelangelo’s Mask of the Head of a Faun: Myth and the Mythic in the Sculpture Garden of Lorenzo il Magnifico [Janet Cox-Rearick]
      • A Neglected Work by Michelangelo: The Fragment of a Mural Drawing at the Villa Michelangiolo in Settignano [Carmen C. Bambach]
      • The umbilico of the World: The Roman Capitol and its Pavement [Angela Dressen]
      • Centralized Churches and the Concept of figura composta: Ideal and Practice from Brunelleschi to Borromini [Bram Kempers]
      • Architecture and Invention in Venice and the Veneto in the Later Sixteenth Century [Deborah Howard]
      • The Sound of Venice [Laura Moretti]
      • Alessandro Vittoria between Ornament and Art [Michael Cole]
      • Tre bacini domaschini con stemmi veneziani [Marco Spallanzani]
      • Una preziosa albumina di un dipinto di Giovanni Bellini nella Fototeca Berenson [Anchise Tempestini]
      • A Superannuated Analemma in Veronese’s Portrait of Daniele Barbaro [Duncan Bull]
      • Tintoretto e il ritratto di Luigi Groto, detto il Cieco d’Adria [Diane H. Bodart]
      • Henry James, Tintoretto’s San Cassiano Crucifixion, and a Note on The American Scene [Robert Kiely]
      • Fantastie ariostesche sulla rocca dei d’Avalos a Ischia [Ippolita di Majo]
      • Antiquities as gelatine: The Palace of Diomede Carafa in the Eyes of Costanza d’Avalos [Bianca de Divitiis]
      • Del restauro di scultura antica nel corso del sedicesimo secolo. La trasformazione di una Venus Genetrix in una Giuditta e Oloferne [Valeria Cafà]
      • “Con certo ordine disordinato”: Images of Giovanni Gaddi’s Grotto and Other Renaissance Fountains [Caroline Elam]
      • For Pleasure and for Entertainment: A Rustic Fountain in Sixteenth-Century Rome and a Project by Giovanni Mangone [Guido Rebecchini]
      • Julius III’s Tower of the Winds: A Forgotten Aspect of Villa Giulia [Denis Ribouillault]
      • Vituperation and Revenge: Giorgio Vasari and the Reputation of Pirro Ligorio [Robert W. Gaston]
      • Three Brothers and One Altarpiece: A Connoisseur’s Proposal for Bachiacca in Borgo San Lorenzo [Robert G. La France]
      • Giovanni Bologna’s Mercury, and Pellegrino Tibaldi’s [Morten Steen Hansen]
      • Music and the Performance of Painting: Titian and Barocci, the Brush and the Bow [Stuart Lingo]
      • Flamboyant e première Renaissance. Due modernità a confronto [Flaminia Bardati]
      • Charity’s Nudity and the Veil of Allegory [Jutta Sperling]
      • Mapping Siena [Jane Tylus]
      • “in brachiis suis illum suscepit…cum delectatione immensa”: Francesco Vanni’s St. Catherine of Siena Holding the Infant Christ, Engraved by Philippe Thomassin [Suzanne Boorsch]
      • Teofilo Gallaccini, Reader of John Dee [Alina Payne]
      • A Promise Long Kept: Rutilio Manetti for Lucrezia Ballati, 1538–1621 [Machtelt Israëls]
      • Rubens, Peiresc, and the Birth of Maria de’ Medici [Kristen Lippincott]
      • Giovanni Pieroni’s Reports about Fortresses on the Borders of Innerösterreich [Helena Seražin]
      • Elisabetta Sirani and the Marchese Ferdinando Cospi: Humanism, Natural History, and Art Collecting in Early Modern Bologna [Babette Bohn]
      • Mirabilie viventi [Guido Guerzoni]
      • Mummies, Scimitars, and a Lost Crucifixion by Domenichino: The Collections of Pietro and Nicolò Francesco della Valle in Seventeenth-Century Rome [Kathleen Wren Christian]
      • Looking Back: Mochi and Borromini at San Giovanni dei Fiorentini [Estelle Lingo]
      • Born(e) by God’s Breath: Bernini’s Angels for the Ponte Sant’Angelo [Stefanie Walker]
      • The Barberini Chapel at Sant’Isidoro and the Submemoration of the Architect Domenico Castelli [James G. Harper]
      • “Stuccasti sì, ma troppo al fin stuccasti”. Un ‘concetto’ di Pietro da Cortona per Santa Maria del Fiore [Massimiliano Rossi]
      • Discutendo di architettura nella Roma del 1763 [Maurizio Campanelli]
      • Giving Away One’s Children: Baldassare Longhena and a Drawing for Francesco Borromini [Andrew Hopkins]
      • “Due incomparabili donzelle”: Catarina and Anna Castelli, Sister Bell-Makers in Eighteenth-Century Venice [Victoria Avery]
      • The Eye of the Needle: Jacques-Louis David’s Bélisaire, reconnu par un soldat qui avait servi sous lui, au moment qu’une femme lui fait l’aumône [Charles Dempsey]
    • Bernard Berenson and His Legacy
      • Antiche armonie. Un’aggiunta per Burne-Jones a Firenze [Ilaria Della Monica]
      • “The Most Unspoiled of the Mediterranean Lands”: Bernard Berenson and Cyprus [Lorenzo Calvelli]
      • A Painting Becomes Canonical: Bernard Berenson, Royall Tyler, and the Mellon Madonna [Robert S. Nelson]
      • Berenson, Sassetta…et la France [Dominique Thiébaut]
      • Bode’s Signorelli for Johnson [Carl Brandon Strehlke]
      • Mr. Berenson and the Pleasures of Art [Paul Barolsky]
      • “To the Dearest and the Youngest of My Friends”: Margherita Sarfatti to Bernard Berenson, 1936–57 [Claudia Chierichini]
      • The Role of Ethel “Kitten/Bunny” Le Vane and Bernard Berenson in the Creation of J. Paul Getty’s Art Collection [Sanne Wellen]
      • The Fascination of an Art Historian at I Tatti: Bernard Berenson and Jacqueline Kennedy [Jaynie Anderson]
      • Finding Resonance: Integration, Interdisciplinarity, and the Role of the Humanities Research Center [Marica S. Tacconi]
      • Two Cities, Two Directors, and One Collection [Ildikó Fehér]
    • Illustrations
    • Illustration credits
    • Index
  • Volume II: History, Literature, and Music
    • History
      • Spatial Power in Siena and Its State: The Magnates in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries [Edward D. English]
      • Bencio Carucci of Florence in the Papal Mint for Gold Coinage at Pont-de-Sorgues, Avignon, 1322–30 [William R. Day Jr.]
      • Joanna II of Anjou-Durazzo, the Glorious Queen [Serena Ferente]
      • The Neapolitan Giovanni Villani: Florence, Naples, and Medieval Historiographical Categorization [Samantha Kelly]
      • Villani’s Medieval Chronicle in Later Renaissance Florence [Ann E. Moyer]
      • Il tiranno in mostra. Stefano Ussi, Niccolò Tommaseo e il duca d’Atene [Amedeo De Vincentiis]
      • Alberi guelfi e alberi ghibellini [Marco Gentile]
      • Who Wrote the First Life of Lorenzo de’ Medici? [Alison K. Frazier]
      • Machiavelli’s Florentine Tribunes [John M. Najemy]
      • Una nuova fonte per il Ciompo. Niccolò Machiavelli e il De Nobilitate di Antonio de’ Ferrariis [Gabriele Pedullà]
      • Un lapsus machiavélien: Tenuto / temuto dans le chapitre XVI du Prince [Jérémie Barthas]
      • “Bizzarrissime fantasie”: Piero di Cosirno’s Pageant Wagon of the Dead and Girolamo Savonarola [Luigi Lazzerini]
      • Displaying Govermnent Treasures in Early Sixteenth-Century Florence [Kate Lowe]
      • Civil History in the Kingdom of Naples: Some Considerations [Elena Valeri]
      • The Other Congress of Bologna [Christine Shaw]
      • Rights of Passage: Spatial Politics in the Sixteenth-Century Sabaudian Lands [Matthew Vester]
      • A Starry Gift: A New Horoscope for Cosimo I de’ Medici [Monica Azzolini]
      • Astrological Timing and Architectural Sites: The Deborah Loeb Brice Loggiato in One of Its Historical Contexts [H. Darrel Rutkin]
      • Murder and Mystery: The Missing Medici Crown [Christina Strunck]
      • The Stripping of the Tables: Sociability in Florentine Confraternities [Nicholas Terpstra]
      • What’s in a Detail: More Chickens in Renaissance Birth Scenes [Allen Grieco]
      • Iron Stomach: The Heroisrn of Eating Rancid Food — a locus classicus? [Anthony F. D’Elia]
      • Renaissance Toothpaste and Wine Therapy: Medical Curiosities from the Correspondence of a Hungarian Nobleman [Dóra Bobory]
      • “A Continual Tavern in My House”: Food and Diplomacy in Early Modern Constantinople [Eric R. Dursteler]
      • Hounds for a Cardinal [Andrea Gáldy]
      • The Pigment Trade in Venice and the Mediterranean in the Second Half of the Fifteenth Century [Andrea Mozzato]
      • A Measure of Madness in Renaissance Florence [Dale Kent]
      • A Family Matter Turned Ugly: The Murder of Leone Marescotti, 1522 [Monica Calabritto]
      • Neighborhood, Rumors, and fama: A Piece of Judiciary History from Thirteenth-Century Prato [Roberta Mucciarelli]
      • A Tale of Two Families: The Abramo and Gradenigo between Venice and Crete [Monique O’Connell]
      • Law and the Fabric of Everyday Life in Tuscany [Giovanna Benadusi]
      • The Remembered Past as Present Exemplar in Florentine Renaissance Preaching [Peter Howard]
      • Education and the Senses: Fragments for Future Thinking [Silvia Evangelisti]
      • Luxury in the Renaissance: A Contribution to the Etymology of a Concept [Catherine Kovesi]
      • In the Footsteps of the Missionaries: Czech and Polish Exiles in Fifteenth-Century Tuscany [Jan Stejskal]
      • Les pierres ont-elles une vie? Mémoire et expérience chez les pèlerins de Terre Sainte [Christiane Klapisch-Zuber]
      • Fifteenth-Century Istria and Dalmatia in Four Memoirs of Western Pilgrims [Ivayla Popova]
      • Frammenti di storia vera dipinti nelle vere storie dei santi [Laura Corti]
      • Fraternal Concord and the ‘Lutheran’ Underground: Ludovico Castelvetro’s Pictorial invenzione for the House of Giovanni Grillenzoni [Anthony Colantuono]
      • Kulvietis, Ochino, and the First Evangelical Confession of Faith in Lithuania [Dainora Pociūté]
      • Eresia e Inquisizione a Siena nel secondo Cinquecento. Un nuovo documento su Marcantonio Cinuzzi [Stefano Dall’Aglio]
      • L’eretico e il suo maestro. Umanesimo, neoplatonismo ed eterodossia nella Firenze del Cinquecento [Giorgio Caravale]
      • The Editor as Inquisitor: Francisco Peña and the Question of Witchcraft in the Late Sixteenth Century [Matteo Duni]
      • Vocation to the East: Italian Candidates for the Jesuit China Mission at the Turn of the Seventeenth Century [Camilla Russell]
      • Agiografia e censura libraria nel Seicento. La santità impossibile dell’orefice Girolamo Pisa da Capri [Miguel Gotor]
      • Student Conflict in the Brevis Relatio of the Hungarian-Illyrian College of Bologna, 1675 [Christopher Carlsmith and Gábor Buzási]
      • Gaspare Berti: Notes and Materials for a Biography [Federica Favino]
      • “People Who Believe in Nothing”: Intolerable Thoughts in Late Renaissance Italy [Edward Muir]
      • James Dennistoun, Rawdon Brown, and the Dukes of Urbino [John E. Law]
      • Rabelais’s Laughter behind a Portrait by Holbein: Play and Culture in the Work of Johan Huizinga [Lodi Nauta]
    • Literature
      • Albertano da Brescia, Model of Thirteenth-Century Lay Culture [Ronald Witt]
      • The Nature of Petrarch’s Martiri [Max Freeman]
      • The Humanist Dog [Gábor Almási]
      • “E lavorando semini ciascuno”: An Interdisciplinary Reading of Decameron, III.4 [Roberta Morosini]
      • When a Dead Tongue Speaks Again: The Revival of Greek Studies in the Renaissance [Federica Ciccolella]
      • Poesia e cultura antiquaria nell’Umanesimo. Scritti di Ciriaco d’Ancona nel codice Colombino 7.1.13 [Silvia Fiaschi]
      • Friendship and Exile: On Francesco Filelfo’s Ode IV.6 [Marc Laureys]
      • Marsilio Ficino as a Critic of Averroes [Jozef Matula]
      • Marsilio Ficino and the Irrational [Maude Vanhaelen]
      • Gli umanisti e il rinoceronte. Passando per Dürer [Maria Agata Pincelli]
      • Launching the ars historica: Paolo Cortesi’s Dialogue with Cicero on Historiography [Patrick Baker]
      • Some Notes on the Print History of Illustrated Italian Editions of Apuleius’ Golden Ass [Marc Schachter]
      • Due personaggi del Cortegiano tra Urbino e Roma. Ottaviano e Federico Fregoso [Carlo Taviani]
      • The Polish Castiglione: Łukasz Górnicki, Padua, and the Education of the “Domestic Pole” [Michael T. Tworek]
      • Anatomizing Love, Vivisecting Cupid [Una Roman D’Elia]
      • Benedetto Varchi’s Lezioni on Poetry [Annalisa Andreoni]
      • Composition a due: Lyric Poets and Scribal Practice in Sixteenth-Century Italy [Abigail Brundin]
      • Scattered Fire: Art and Nature in a Poem by Michelangelo [Karel Thein]
      • Bronzino’s Erotic Imagination: The Lesson of “Del pennello” [Deborah Parker]
      • Giovio’s Puns and Vasari’s Curly Tuft [Maddalena Spagnolo]
      • Another Look at Ariosto’s Adaptation of Ovid’s Metamorphoses in Orlando furioso [Daniel Javitch]
      • II cronotopo-amazzone nell’epica italiana. Alcune osservazioni [Eleonora Stoppino]
      • Chastening Pictures: Donne and Aretino [Yulia Ryzhik]
      • Eleven Good Reasons for Learning Arabic in Late Renaissance Italy: A Memorandum by Giovan Battista Raimondi [Mario Casari]
      • La cultura barberiniana e Marino. Sulla paternità della Difesa di Girolamo Aleandro [Clizia Carminati]
      • The Lies of Poets: Literature as Fiction in the Italian Renaissance [Stefano Jossa]
      • Research without Borders: The Text Encoding Initiative and International Cooperation in Digital Humanities [Elena Pierazzo]
      • Editorial Criteria for ‘Provisional Editions’ of Renaissance Latin Texts: Some Comments [James Hankins]
    • Music
      • Changing Musical Time at the Beginning of the Renaissance (and Today) [Michael Scott Cuthbert]
      • The Use of Architectural Proportions in Musical Compositions of the Fourteenth Century [Anna Maria Busse Berger]
      • “Janua sum”. Note su un nuovo frammento musicale trecentesco alla Biblioteca Capitolare di Verona [Pedro Memelsdorff]
      • Guillaume de Machaut Heads South: The Reception of French Songs in Italy, ca. 1400 [Yolanda Plumley]
      • Giacomo Paladini: Professional Singer and Bishop in Fifteenth-Century Italy [Evan A. MacCarthy]
      • Musical Quotation or Compositional Habit? The Case of Guillaume Du Fay’s En triumphant de Cruel Dueil [Sean Gallagher]
      • Liturgical and Musical Space in Renaissance and Counter-Reformation Italy [Klaus Pietschmann]
      • Bronzino’s Lute Player: Music and Youth Culture in Renaissance Florence [Victor Coelho]
      • Salamone Rossi’s Songs by Solomon as a Song of Songs and Song of Ascents [Don Harrán]
      • “Le donne theatrali son Amazoni infernali”: Anti-Theatricalism and Bargaining Strategies at the Medici Court during the Early Seventeenth Century [Janie Cole]
      • A Past that Lasts: Reworking Music and Creating History at the Dawn of Modernity [Vincenzo Borghetti]
    • Illustrations
    • Illustration credits
    • Index

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