My portal it en Menu Home; University Apri sottomenu. 2 Parts, 5 vols. 26 Barocchi, Vasari pittore, 144; Hall, Renovation and Counter‐Reformation, 144; and Borghini's letter of October 19, 1572, in Frey, Nachlass Giorgio Vasaris, 2: 706. Jan L. de Jong, in Visual Resources 19, no. Baccio Bandinelli, who also had exaggerated social … I: text vol., 369 pp. Their first and - what turned out to be - their most important publication was the very first annotated edition of Vasari’s Lives, ... See also BAROCCHI-MILANESI 1906/1973, pp. Old Master & British Drawings Lot No. 1. The … ACCÉDER AU LOT. II. 1644). Antonia di Paolo di Dono (1456–1491) was the daughter of Paolo di Dono, nicknamed Uccello, a well-known early Renaissance Florentine painter. Giovan Battista Belluzzi, ‘Il Trattato delle Fortificazioni di Terra‘, edited by Daniela Lamberini. 33 Most, Doubting Thomas, 28–73, for an explanation on believing and touching, in particular, touching God. 443; Alessandro Nova, “Salviati, Vasari, and the Reuse of Drawings in the Working Practice,” Master Drawings 30 (Spring 1992), 83–108, figs. Paola Barocchi, Florence, Sansoni, 1966–69. The 1568 edition includes a separate biography for "Lorenzo Costa" (the same Cossa-Costa conflation with a … See also Caroline Walker Bynum, The Resurrection of the Body (New York: Columbia University Press, 1995), 279–81, for a discussion on vision Dei (resurrection of God's body). 4 Vasari-Barocchi, pp. Laboratories of art and alchemy were placed side by side by the Grand Dukes Francesco I and Ferdinando I de’ Medici (1587–1609) to facilitate collaboration between artists and … Registered in England & Wales No. 153-54; A Venturi, 'Il "Cupido" di Michelangelo', Archivio storico dell'Arte, i, 1888, p. 7. For a complete reproduction of the letters, see Hall, Renovation and Counter‐Reformation, 144–45. Cited by lists all citing articles based on Crossref citations.Articles with the Crossref icon will open in a new tab. For Vasari, God is identified as an artist and teacher who studies and observes nature. These accounts and historical notations assist in visualizing Vasari's original design of these chapels, since they have been … [1] The first mention of the altarpiece is in Giorgio Vasari's Vite. It is later reinterpreted in Jacopo Voragine's Golden Legend. III. Barocchi also gives the literature on attempts to find Michelangelo's antique source, and leaves these questions open. Tesi online; Titulus; UniboImmagine ; U-Web Reporting - Projects Accounting Reporting; Virtuale; See all; Close. 2 Giorgio Vasari, Le vite de’ più eccellenti pittori, scultori e architettori, Rosanna Bettarini, Paola Barocchi eds, Florence 1966 –1984, vol. 27 Hall, Renovation and Counter‐Reformation, 13–15. Read "Architectural Painting: Giorgio Vasari's Altarpiece for the Monastery of Santa Maria Novella in Arezzo, Explorations in Renaissance Culture" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips. William Granger Ryan (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1995), 1: 29–30. in all. 31.139, Inv. See also U. Pflugk, “Die Geschichte vom ungläubigen Thomas in der Auslegung der Kirche von den Anfangen bis zur Mitte des sechzehten Jahrhunderts” (doctoral diss., Hamburg University, 1967), 106; Andrew Butterfield, “Verrocchio's Christ and St. Thomas: Chronology, Iconography and Political Context,” Burlington Magazine 134 (1992): 230; and Andrew Butterfield, “The Christ and St. Thomas of Andrea del Verrocchio,” in Verrocchio's Christ and St. Thomas, ed. 2 Anna Forlani, Mostra del disengno italiano di cinque secoli (Florence: G. Sansoni, 1961), 54, fig. 126. In addition, Christ's gesture with His fingers alludes to His being the Second person of the Trinity. We use cookies to improve your website experience. 630F); and Laura Corti, ed., Giorgio Vasari (Florence: Edam, 1981), 142 and 164. in Rome," in (?Visibile Parlare": Dante and the Art of the Italian Renaissance, ed. Michelangelo tra le due redazioni delle Vite vasariane (1550-1568). Oct. 1565, elected to Florentine Academy along with P. Fontana and L. Agresti, both associated with him in this undertaking (Frey, 'Nachlass', iii, p. 215). Giorgio Vasari's Incredulity of Saint Th .... : A Tribute to Helene E. Roberts ``Second Hand Images'': On Art's Surrogate Means and Media - Part II: Collecting and Iconography - Guest Editor: Julie F. Codell. Antonia was recorded in the Libro dei Morti (Book of the Dead) of the painter's guild, Arte dei Medici e Speziali, as a "pittoressa." Giorgio Vasari writes of Bronzino, “sopra tutto (quanto alla poesia) è maraviglioso nello stile e capitoli bernieschi, intantoché non è oggi chi faccia in questo genere di versi meglio, né cose più bizarre e capricciose di lui, come un giorno si vedrà, se tutte le sue opere, come si crede e spera, si stamperanno,” in Giorgio Vasari, Le vite de’ più eccellenti pittori scultori e architettori nelle redazioni del 1550 e 1568, … 23 Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica Supplement, ed. 8 Alexander Jones, ed., The Jerusalem Bible (New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc, 1968), “The New Testament,” 151, and Most, Doubting Thomas, 28–29 and 66–68. IX-XVII. E. … 25, and Old Master Drawings from the Collection of John and Alice Steiner, exhibition and catalog (Santa Barbara, CA: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1986), entry “Giorgio Vasari.”. No. BALDINUCCI / RANALLI 1845-1847, see also Appendix, entry n. 2. [Giorgio Vasari; Rosanna Bettarini; Paola Barocchi] Home. perhaps not from Cardiere himself), and had predicted the flight of the Medici from comments made to him by various Florentines "che ne haveva sentore da … Advanced Search Find a Library. People also read lists articles that other readers of this article have read. R. Bettarini and P. Barocchi, 3, part 1, 1971: 420), notes "E cosi in San Petronio, in una cappella, una tavola a tempera che si conosce a la maniera, con una predella sotto di figure piccole fatte con gran diligenzia" … 3099067 See also F. L. Cross, ed., The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1983), 570, the girdle as liturgical attire alludes as well to spiritual watchfulness. 28 Vasari, Le vite (Bettarini and Barocchi), 1: 11. Seconda parte Title of v.3, pt.1: Delle Vite de' piv eccelenti pittori scvltori et architettori scritte da m. Giorgio Vasari, pittore et architettori aretino. Uffizi, inv. Sono stati adottati i seguenti criteri: controllo sui documenti; semplificazione della ortografia; revisione della punteggiatura; aggiornamento della bibliografia; rispetto della successione cronologica proposta dai Frey, con l’indicazione della carta del documento, messa a confronto, sulla bibliografia, … 18 Roseline Bacou and Françoise Viatte, Italian Renaissance Drawings from the Musée du Louvre, Paris: Roman, Tuscan and Emilian Schools, 1500–1575 (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1975), entry 65, citing the inventories for the painting and drawings, Inv. People also read lists articles that other readers of this article have read. 65 (Inv. JUMP TO LOT. For Vasari, God is identified as an artist and teacher who studies and observes nature. One of the forefathers of modern European museums, they were built by Giorgio Vasari to cater for Cosimo I’s public offices, and were later partly transformed into a gallery by Francesco I de’ Medici (1541–1587). 28 Vasari, Le vite (Bettarini and Barocchi), 1: 11. 27 Hall, Renovation and Counter‐Reformation, 13–15. See also Monbeig‐Goguel, Vasari et son temps, 145–47, for an illustration and discussion of Salviati's drawings, and Nova, “Salviati, Vasari, and the Reuse of Drawings,” 83–84. ; L. 10,000 each. Si propone il Carteggio di Giorgio Vasari curato da Karl Frey ed edito dal figlio Herman-Walther tra il 1923 e il 1940. To learn about our use of cookies and how you can manage your cookie settings, please see our Cookie Policy. (Frankfurt am Main: V. Klostermann, 1940–1954), 1: 580. 7086F, 7084F, 7093F, 7083F; see P. Barocchi, Vasari Pittore, Milan 1964, p. 134, 49a, 49b, 50a, 50b, reproduced. The biblical narrative of the Incredulity of Thomas, also known as the Doubting of Thomas, is first reported in the Gospel of Saint John 11:16; 20:24–29; and 21:2. COVID-19 Resources . 63, and Corti, Giorgio Vasari, 300, fig. 7 Jacobus de Voragine, The Golden Legend: Readings on the Saints, 2 vols., trans. For the anecdote's impHcations in Vasari's biography, see Norman Land, "Dante, Vasari, and Michelangelo's Piet? Fig. Oct. … In this essay, I analyze the influence of Italian fifteenth‐ and sixteenth‐century imagery on Vasari's painting as well as his interpretation of the religious theme in relation to the Counter‐Reformation. 29 Maurizio Calvesi, “Caravaggio and Caravaggismo,” in Art e Dossier 68 (May 1992), 35. Bruce M. Metzer and Michael D. Coogan (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993), 743. 31 See n. 7. See also J. C. J. Metford, Dictionary of Christian Lore and Legend (London: Thames and Hudson, 1983), 110, for the symbolism of a girdle alluding to chastity. 20 Further comparison with Verrocchio and Vasari reveals how Vasari expands the number of figures from Verrocchio's composition. - Delle diverse pietre che servono agl'architetti per gl'ornamenti e per le statue della Scultura. For information regarding the drawings for this commission, see Paola Barocchi, Vasari pittore (Milan: Club del Libro, 1964), 144, for the drawing at the Galleria dei Disegni e delle Stampe at the Galleria degli Uffizi (Inv. R. Barocchi, Milan and Naples 1971, iii, p. 2625: ‘Qualche Bettarini and P. Barocchi, Florence 1966–, i, p. 144 fiata si può fare una figuretta finta di cameo, o altra (both in the 1550 and the 1568 edition). By closing this message, you are consenting to our use of cookies. Giorgio Vasari, The Conversion of Saul, Cortona, Compagnia di Ges ù. 1 and 2; Catherine Monbeig‐Goguel, Inventaire général des dessins italiens I: Maîtres toscans nés après 1500, morts avant 1600; Vasari et son temps (Paris, Editions de la Réunion des Musées Nationaux: 1972), 124–27, figs. 1. Aller. RF 31129), see Licia Ragghianti Collobi, Il libro de' disegni del Vasari (Florence: Vallecchi Edition, 1974), 259, fig. 1 Marcia B. Go. - Che cosa sia il lavoro di quadro semplice et il lavoro di quadro intagliato. 1, p. 666; Marjorie Och, “Venice and the Perfection of the Arts”, in The Ashgate Research Companion to Giorgio Vasari, David Cast ed., Aldershot 2014, pp. 5 Frey, Nachlass Giorgio Vasari, 2: 885, and 2: 734, Letter CMXLVIII, December 20, 1572, where the humanist, Vincenzo Borghini, praises the invenzioni (inventions) in this painting. 2 (M?an: R. Ricciardi, 1962), 187-88 (hereafter Vasari Barocchi). 154-55. 11 John Rawls, A Theory of Justice (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999), 3, and Liana De Girolami Cheney, “Giorgio Vasari's Astraea: A Symbol of Justice,” in Describing Depictions vs. For additional discussion, see Michael D. Coogan, “Thomas,” in The Oxford Companion to the Bible, ed. Register to receive personalised research and resources by email, ed. For another of Vasari's drawing on this subject, see C. E. Saumarez‐Smith, Renaissance and Baroque Drawings from the Collection of John and Alice Steiner (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1977), 95, no. 22 Cooper, Symbols, 72. Her writings of that time on Vasari as a painter, draughtsman and … Gaetano Milanesi, 9 vols. 16 Giorgio Vasari, Le vite de' più eccellenti pittori, scultori e archittetori, ed. My e-mail for students ; My e-mail for staff; Close. 13 Jean Chevalier and Alan Gheerbrant, A Dictionary of Symbols (London: Blackwell, 1994), 378; Hans Biedermann, Dictionary of Symbols: Cultural Icons and The Meaning Behind Them (New York: Meridian Books, 1994), 162; and J. C. Copper, An Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Traditional Symbols (London: Thames and Hudson, 1978), 66. 21 Anna Brownell Jameson, Legends of the Madonna as Represented in the Fine Arts (London: Unit Library Limited, 1903), 445–57, on the legend of the Holy Girdle and Saint Thomas. Ref. Invalid. 1484; Inv. "Lorenzo Cossa" (a conflation of Cossa and Lorenzo Costa), in the 1550 life of Cossa's student Ercole de' Roberti ("Ercole Ferrarese", Vasari, ed. Rosanna Bettarini, intro. Cited by lists all citing articles based on Crossref citations.Articles with the Crossref icon will open in a new tab. Nell’edizione per i tipi di Lorenzo Torrentino, Firenze 1550, a cura di Luciano Bellosi e Aldo Rossi, Einaudi, Torino 1986. Lot No. The school of the destitute people led by Borromeo and the Oratorians wished for a return by the Church to the charity, sobriety, and poverty of its beginnings. A pen and ink drawing in the Louvre (de Tolnay 118), discovered and first attributed to Michelangelo by Berenson, is not mentioned by Wilde but is considered an autograph self portrait by de Tolnay and Hirst (1988). Bettarini and Barocchi, 1:144 and 303, noting that Vasari travelled to Tivoli and saw the Roman ruins of Hadrian’s villa. Edizione di riferimento: Le vite de’ più eccellenti architetti, pittori, et scultori italiani, da Cimabue insino a’ tempi nostri. However, the word didymus refers not to a biological condition, but rather to an intellectual status of doubt or skepticism.This etymology was popularized in the West by Saint Jerome in his Liber de nominibus hebraicis. 4 Hall, Renovation and Counter‐Reformation, 144. Istoria delle Pietre by Agostino del Riccio, edited by Paola Barocchi, Florence: SPES … R. Bettarini and P. Barocchi, 9 vols. See also Miles, Image as Insight, 124–25. Versione e-book tratta dalla serie di CD-ROM "La letteratura italiana Einaudi" (o "La grande letteratura italiana … Giorgio Vasari, Le vite de’ più eccellenti pittori, …, Venice 1537, in Scritti d’arte del Cinquecento, ed. Old Master & British Drawings Lot No. Rosanna Bettarini, intro. Con vna breue memoria di tutti del Disegno in Fiorenza, et per tutta Italia, et Europa, & delle artefici antichi, … 45 The next gloss confirms the story of the dream, but adds that Michelangelo had heard of it from others (i.e. Uffizi, inv. Invalid. 169 –193. (37) Vasari-Barocchi, 1:118. Bettarini and Ba- rocchi, 1:145. Giorgio Vasari, The Conversion of Saul, Cortona, Compagnia di Ges ù. See also Hall, Renovation and Counter‐Renovation, 144. Both artists lead the viewer to focus on and understand Thomas's spiritual conversion. Serena Nocentini n 1557, Cosimo I allowed Vasari to live in his Florentine home at Borgo Santa Croce, which was … Lot No. By closing this message, you are consenting to our use of cookies. We use cookies to improve your website experience. P. scultori e architettori, nelle redazioni del 1550 e 1568, ed. s Paul F. Norton, 'The Lost Sleeping Cupid of Michelangelo', Art Bulletin, xxxxx, 1957, PP. During the 1950s and early 1960s Paola Barocchi focused mainly on sixteenth-century artists, notably Michelangelo and Vasari. 1642, from Vasari's Il libro de' disegni. Vasari is referring to the loggia of the Villa Farnesina and Vatican … G. Vasari, Le Vite de’ più eccellenti Pittori Scultori e Architettori nelle redazioni del 1550 e 1568, hg. Online version: Barocchi, Paola. [9] Many have written on the inconsistencies and the variants of the Giuntina, starting from Rosanna Bettarini in her Premise to the critical edition Bettarini-Barocchi of Vasari’s Lives. (Munich: George Müller, 1930), 2: 705, 706–7, and 710. Paola Barocchi, Florence, Sansoni, 1966–69. 6, and Karl Frey, ed., Der literarische Nachlass Giorgio Vasaris, 3 vols. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Vasari mentions two other portraits produced by Michelangelo, of the children of his servant, Urbino (identified by de Tolnay as being de Tolnay 330r and 331v). Fig. Giorgio Vasari il Giovane, ‘Porte e Finestre di Firenze e di Roma‘, edited by Franco Borsi ‘Variorum Architectorum Delinationes Portarum et Fenestrarum, Quae in Urbe Florentiae Reperiuntur’ (anonymous), edited by Luigi Zangheri . The catalogues (1962–64) of the former’s drawings in the Casa Buonarroti, the Uffizi and the Archivio Buonarroti were outstanding models of order, care and thoroughness that offered new and valuable research tools. Artistic success originates from God, his divine inspiration, innate talent, diligence and hard work: Now the material in which God worked to fashion the first man was a lump of clay, and this was not without reason; for the Divine Architect of time and of nature, being wholly perfect, wanted to show how to create by a process of removing from, and adding to, material that was imperfect in the same way that good sculptors and painters do when, by adding and taking away, they bring their rough models and sketches to the final perfection for which they are striving. Hall, Renovation and Counter‐Reformation: Vasari and Duke Cosimo in Sta Maria Novella and Sta Croce, 1565–1577 (Oxford: Oxford at Clarendon Press, 1979), 6, and Glenn W. Most, Doubting Thomas (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2005), 28–68. 145 and 147; and Jacob Bean, Italian Renaissance Drawings from the Musée du Louvre, Paris (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1975), entry on Francesco Salviati, fig. The date for the commission is probably 1570. Search. Kallab 1908; Vasari - Bettarini/Barocchi 1966-1987; Boase 1979; Rubin 1995; Barolsky 1996; Vasari - Nova 2004-2015; Hope 2005; Blum ... Jul 21th, 2020OPTIONAL CONTINUOUS STUDENT LEARNING AT HOMEInspiring-your-child-to-learn-and-love-math#module-04 Take The Time To View Or Download The Videos And Documentation That Applies To The Age Group You Are Interested In. 44 Vasari-Barocchi, 2:160-61; for the letters describing an abortive commission in Rome from Piero, see Barocchi and Ristori, 2:35-59. Secondo, et vltimo volume dalla terza parte. 10 Vasari, Vasari on Technique, 246, n. 1, citing from Vitruvius’s Architecture (De ar- chitectura, 7, 5); and see Vasari, Le vite, ed. Google Scholar I. 2 Parts, 5 vols. v. R. Bettarini/P. Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Defining the Subject Scope and Content Historiography Conclusion References and Further Reading: The History of Early Modern Art History 24 Forlani, Mostra del disegno italiano, 54, fig. Series Title: Minima, 1: … 5 Howick Place | London | SW1P 1WG. Vasari's ricordi, or entries to his commissions--along with the writings of Paola Barocchi followed by the studies of Julian Kliemann and Laura Corti, which are based on the collected letters documented in Karl Frey's epistolary and Alessandro del Vita's inventories--explain the commissions. 9 Margaret R. Miles, Images as Insight (Boston: Beacon Press, 1985), 108–13, on the Catholic Reform, and 118–22, on the employment of images for education and propaganda during the Roman Catholic Reform. Find more information about: OCLC Number: 8710824: Description: 33 pages 18 cm. (Florence: G. C. Sansoni, 1970–1974), 7: 28. 7086F, 7084F, 7093F, 7083F; see P. Barocchi, Vasari Pittore, Milan 1964, p. 134, 49a, 49b, 50a, 50b, reproduced. We can also recall that Vasari also often uses ... (Considerazioni sulla pittura, ed Barocchi & Salerno, 1956).Troviamo la stessa interpretazione nel Vocabolario Toscano dell’arte del Disegno di Baldinucci (Firenze, 1681, ad vocem – Ritrarre) dove si afferma che ‘questo è usato dai nostri artisti per descrivere la pittura dalla vita’, “da nostri artefici si usa quella voce per lo dipignere dal naturale”, e questa è … 6 Hall, Renovation and Counter‐Reformation, 144, n. 1, citing the inventory. See FILETI … giorgio vasari, Le Vite de' più eccellenti pittori scultori e architettori nelle redazioni del 1550 e 1568 ed. Records and letters between October and December 1572, to and from Vasari and Vincenzo Borghini, the leading prelate and humanist in Florence, indicate that the painting was nearly completed. Florian Härb believes the Uffizi sheets to be later copies after Vasari's original drawings . Bettarini and Barocchi, 3, part 1, 1971: 419-420), Vasari provides further information, noting that the chapel was dedicated to Saint Vincent and that the predella, which Vasari considered of higher quality than the rest of the altarpiece, was painted by Ercole. Depicting Descriptions,” ed. To learn about our use of cookies and how you can manage your cookie settings, please see our Cookie Policy. "Le vite de' piú eccellenti pittori, scultori ed architetti" di Giorgio Vasari. Florian Härb believes the Uffizi sheets to be later copies after Vasari's original drawings . 12 Butterfield, “The Christ and St. Thomas of Andrea del Verrocchio,” 53–79, fig. 4 (December 2003): 283–305. Two years later, Girolami Guidacci, on behalf of his family, donated the painting to the church of Santa Croce. The Aramaic word for twin is didymus, from the Greek text of the Gospel of Saint John. Recommended articles lists articles that we recommend and is powered by our AI driven recommendation engine. 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Kevin Knight (New York: Thomas More, 1981), Section 17:2, ad 1:um. (38) His friend Sebastiano, who also had social pretensions, claimed to be speaking from experience when he advised Michelangelo to ride for good health and rest at midday: "Advertite cavalcate per el fresco sopra tutto, et reposate da mezo zorno, che io vi parlo con la experientia in mano" (Carteggio, 3:420). … In the 1568 edition of the Lives (ed. After Baldinucci,’s death (1697), his son Francesco Saverio continued the publication of the work until his death in 1738. 26 Barocchi, Vasari pittore, 144; Hall, Renovation and Counter‐Reformation, 144; and Borghini's letter of October 19, 1572, in Frey, Nachlass Giorgio Vasaris, 2: 706. II: text vol., 686 pp., L.30,000; 2 commentary vols., 286 pp., L. 15,000 each, /doi/pdf/10.1080/00043079.1972.10789399?needAccess=true. Barocchi, Florenz 1966ff. 3099067 92 or Inv. Giorgio Vasari's biography of Uccello states that he had "a daughter who knew how to draw." Suggested Lots. Old Master & British … No. Registered in England & Wales No. 32 Elaine Pagels, Beyond Belief: The Secret Gospel of Thomas (New York: Random House, 2003), 57, and Bart D. Ehrman, Lost Scriptures: Books that Did Not Make It into the New Testament (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003), 57–62. University Intranet My e-mail My e-mail. Introduzzione di Giorgio Vasari alle tre arti del disegno cioè architettura, pittura e scoltura, e prima dell'architettura : Cap. 17 Giorgio Vasari, Le vite de' più eccellenti pittori, scultori e archittetori, ed. 30 Miles, Image as Insight, 121, and Hall, Renovation and Counter‐Reformation, 13. and there).The letter is published and discussed in Paola Barocchi, ed., Giorgio Vasari, La vita di Miche langelo nette redazioni del 1550 e del 1568, vol. 19 Vasari, Le vite (Bettarini and Barocchi), 5: 524. Suggested Lots. in all. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. ; commentary vol., 418 pp. cosa di simile materia, qualche tempietto et altre 40. Nel quale si comprendano le nuoue vite, dall' anno 1550 al 1567. 55 Cap. Share With … 14 Cooper, Symbols, 66. 31 Cap. Among the more than 160 uomitti valenti whose lives and works are included in the second edition of Giorgio Vasari's Le vite de’ più eccellentipittori, scultori et architettori, 1568, are several women: Properzia De’ Rossi (c. 1490-1530), Suor Plautilla Nelli (1532-1587/88), Lucrezia Quistelli, who was “taught by Alessandro Allori,” Sofonisba Anguissola (c. 1532-1625), and her sisters Lucia (c. 1540-c. 1565) and … [Lecce] Milella, 1968 (OCoLC)613251512: Named Person: Michelangelo Buonarroti; Giorgio Vasari; Michelangelo Buonarroti: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paola Barocchi. 10 Butterfield, “The Christ and St. Thomas of Andrea del Verrocchio,” 64. Florence, Palazzo Vecchio: according to Vasari, M. painted "la maggior parte degli ornamenti di venti diverse stanze ... e le fregiature del palco della sala maggiore" and decorated the principal cortile for the entry of Joanna of Austria (see Barocchi, p. 278). 11 Vasari, Vasari on Technique, 247 and n. 3; Vasari, Le vite, ed. These accounts and historical notations assist in visualizing Vasari's original design of these chapels, since they have been subject to many transformations and renovations through the years (Vasari 102-3; Frey 471-73, 475-76 and 882; Barocchi 68-70; Kleimann 96-7; Corti 138-40).6 The themes of chapels honor the triumphs of Saint Michael, Saint Peter Martyr, and Saint Stephen Martyr. (Florence: G. C. Sansoni, 1984), 5: 524. Vasari-Barocchi, pp. 15 For a discussion on the corresponding modello of this painting, also located at the Musée du Louvre in the Dèpartement des Arts graphiques (Inv. 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