Florentine Renaissance Sources and Documents

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Sources Geographical

Sources Art Historical and Historical

Sources Historical

Libraries and Research Institutes

Study Abroad Programs

Museums

Palaces, Villas and Other Notable Buildings

Florentine Painting and Sculpture

Some Useful Online Research Sources for the Renaissance Art Historian

Some Courses about and in Florence

You know, Italy's always been a good place to hide while the world crashes in around you. It is said that there are over 250 U.S. sponsored programs in Florence; here are a few (plus some others) to get you going. These are some academic sites I've found on the Web; I'm not necessarily recommending any of them.

Often Recommended Hotels in Florence, Especially for the Budget-Challenged

These come from past personal experience, or were recommended on various list-servs. Note the Ritz is not included.


Above right: Luca della Robbia, Portrait of a Young 
Woman 1465, Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence.

Lower right: Detail of the facade of San Miniato al Monte, Florence.




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