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A Guide to Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture
- His Official We Site
- Vasari's Life of
Leonardo da Vinci.
- Legends of
Leonardo A consideration of several interpretations of his life and art, from
Vasari to Freud and Leo Steinberg.
- Leonardo da Vinci.
By Walter Pater, 1869.
- Leonardo da Vinci: Scientist,
Inventor, Artist From the Museum of Science, Boston. Movies, multimedia sites,
Leonardo "A resource for teachers and students developed by the Museum of Science, Boston
for the Science Learning Network."
at the Museo della Scienza, Milan In English.
- Leonardo da
Vinci An overview of his life and creations from the WebMuseum, Paris.
Leonardo's Manuscripts Part of the Museo della Scienza site, this is a
history of the drawings--gathered together after his death into several
manuscripts--and outlines their contents and modern locations.
The Drawings of Leonardo
General Sources for Raphael
Specific Paintings by Raphael
Drawings by Raphael
General Sources for Michelangelo
Michelangelo as a Painter
Michelangelo as a Sculptor
Michelangelo as Architect
Individual Sculptures, Painting, and other Projects
Tomb of Julius II
The New Sacristy (Medici Chapel)
The Last Judgement
Michelangelo as architect in Rome
Courses listed include online and foreign-study offerings.
Online Course: Italian Renaissance Art. Oxford University.
Renaissance [Art]. Allegheny College. Online course. No professor listed.
Histoy of Italian Renaissance Art. Taught by Dr. Allen Farber, Oneonta
Italian Renaissance Art. Taught by Prof. Liana Cheney at the University of
Renaissance Art. Taught by Prof. Shelley Stone, California State
- Early Italian Renaissance Art.
Taught at University of Massachusetts by Prof. Pamela Jones.
- Fifteenth-century Italian
- Sixteenth-century Italian
Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture. NYU School of Continuing and
Italian Renaissance Art. UC San Diego Extension.
Italian Renaissance Art I. University of Michigan.
Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture. Taught by Professor C. Jean Campbell,
Art, Gender, and Society in Renaissance Italy. University of Pennsylvania, College of
Liberal and Professional Studies.
Studies in Early Modern Aesthetics: Love, Lust and Desire in Italian Renaissance Art.
University of King's College, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
- M. A. in Florence. On the Syracuse
The British Institute of Florence. Learn about the Renaissance in Florence.
Italian Renaissance Art. Taught in Florence through Queens College, CUNY.
- Topics in Italian
Renaissance Art. Taught at Ca'Foscari-Harvard in Venice.
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