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0.1 Piero di Cosimo, Liberation of Andromeda, c. 1510-13, oil on panel, 71 × 123 cm, Florence, Galleria degli Uffizi 7

0.2 Piero di Cosimo, The Discovery of Honey, c. 1500, oil on panel, 79.2 × 128.4 cm, Worcester, Mass., Worcester Art Museum 8

0.3 Piero di Cosimo, The Misfortunes of Silenus, c. 1500, oil on panel, 80.1 × 129.3 cm, Cambridge, Mass., Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum 9

0.4 Piero di Cosimo, Pietà with Saints John the Evangelist, Mary Magdalen and Martin, c. 1510, oil and tempera on panel, 190 × 112 cm, Perugia, Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria 10

1.1 Piero di Cosimo, Madonna and Child with Sts Onuphrius and Augustine, c. 1480, tempera and oil on panel, 204.5 × 174.5 cm. Newark, Delaware, The Alana Collection  18

1.2 Piero di Cosimo, Madonna and Child with a Dove, c. 1490, oil on panel, 87 × 58 cm. Paris, Musée du Louvre, Département des peintures, after restauration 19

1.3 Piero di Cosimo, Madonna and Child, 1487-1490, oil on panel, 83 × 56 cm. Stockholm, The Royal Collections 21

1.4 Filippino Lippi, Madonna and Child, c. 1485, tempera, oil, and gold on panel, 81.3 × 59.7 cm. New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Julius Bache Collection 22

1.5a-c Disputes over the Immaculate Conception by Vincenzo Frediani (1503, tempera on panel, 317 × 193 cm, Lucca, Museo di Villa Guinigi), Francesco Francia (c. 1512, tempera and oil on panel, 268 × 198 cm, Lucca, Museo di Villa Guinigi), and Piero di Cosimo (c. 1516, oil on panel, 184 × 178 cm, Fiesole, San Francesco) 24

1.6 Piero di Cosimo, Incarnation of Christ with Sts Catherine of Alexandria, Margaret, John the Evangelist, Peter, Filippo Benizzi and Antoninus (Tedaldi Altarpiece), after 1500 (?), oil on panel, 206 × 172 cm, Florence, Galleria degli Uffizi 26

1.7 Nardo di Cione (attr.), Madonna del Parto, c. 1350-1360, detached fresco, 208 × 80 cm. Florence, San Lorenzo 29

1.8 Piero di Cosimo, Preparatory study for the Incarnation of Christ with Sts Catherine of Alexandria, Margaret, John the Evangelist, Peter, Filippo Benizzi and Antoninus (Tedaldi Altarpiece), after 1500 (?), pen and brown ink, with two figures at the bottom right in black chalk, 201 × 251 mm. Formerly Bremen, Kunsthalle, presently in Russia, unknown location 31

1.9 Francesco Francia, Annunciation with Sts John the Evangelist, Francis of Assisi, Bernardino of Siena, and George, 1500, oil on panel, 303 × 198 cm. Bologna, Pinacoteca Nazionale 31

2.1 Piero di Cosimo, Madonna col Bambino, fra i santi Pietro, Giovanni Evangelista, Elisabetta d’Ungheria (?), Caterina d’Alessandria e angeli (Pala Del Pugliese), 1493, olio e tempera su tavola, 203 × 198 cm. Firenze, Museo degli Innocenti 40

2.2 Piero di Cosimo, Pala Pugliese, c. 1481-1485, olio e tempera su tavola, 168.3 × 112.1 cm. Saint Louis, Saint Louis Art Museum 41

2.3 Domenico Ghirlandaio, Adorazione dei Magi, 1485-1488, tempera su tavola, 285 × 240 cm. Firenze, MUDI – Museo degli Innocenti 44

2.4 Andrea della Robbia, Annunciazione, c. 1491, terracotta invetriata, 145 × 290 cm. Firenze, Spedale degli Innocenti, chiostro 46

2.5 Andrea della Robbia e aiuti, Due angeli inginocchiati, 1491?, terracotta invetriata, ciascuno h. 82.61 cm. Londra, Victoria & Albert Museum 47

2.6 Domenico Ghirlandaio, San Zanobi fra i santi Eugenio e Crescenzio, 1475-1490, affresco, Firenze, Palazzo Vecchio, sala dei Gigli 49

2.7 Luca della Robbia, Madonna col Bambino, c. 1450, terracotta invetriata, 76 × 58 cm. Firenze, MUDI – Museo degli Innocenti 52

2.8 Lorenzo di Credi, Adorazione dei pastori, c. 1510, olio su tavola, 224 × 196 cm. Firenze, Gallerie degli Uffizi 54

2.9 Pietro Perugino, Compianto sul Cristo morto, 1495, olio su tavola, 217 × 195 cm. Firenze, Palazzo Pitti, Galleria Palatina 55

2.10 Andrea della Robbia, Madonna della cintola, c. 1495, terracotta invetriata. Firenze, Accademia di Belle Arti, porticato 56

2.11 Andrea della Robbia, Resurrezione, c. 1495, terracotta invetriata. Firenze, Accademia di Belle Arti, porticato 56

3.1 Piero di Cosimo, Death of a Nymph, c. 1495-1500, oil on panel, 65.4 × 184.2 cm. London, The National Gallery 62

3.2 Piero di Cosimo, The Return from the Hunt, 1488–late 1490s, tempera and oil on panel, 70.5 × 168.9 cm. New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art 63

3.3 Cyriacus of Ancona, Giraffe, c. 1475-1500, drawing. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana Silloge di iscrizioni e disegni, (codex) Ashburnham 1174 63

3.4 Piero di Cosimo, Forest Fire, c. 1495-1505, oil on panel, 71.2 × 202 cm. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum 65

3.5 Albrecht Dürer, The Rhinoceros, 1515, woodcut, 23.5 × 29.8 cm. Washington, National Gallery of Art 67

3.6 Raphael (school of), The Elephant Hanno, 1516, drawing, 28.5 × 27.9 cm. Berlin, Kupferstichkabinett, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz 68

3.7 Piero di Cosimo, Vulcan and Aeolus, or The Return of New Life to Lemnos, late 1480s, oil and tempera on canvas, 155.5 × 166.5 cm. Ottawa, National Gallery of Canada 69

3.8 Gentile and Giovanni Bellini, Saint Mark Preaching in Alexandria, 1504-1507, oil on canvas, 347 × 770 cm. Milan, Pinacoteca di Brera 73

3.9 Francesco Bacchiacca, The Gathering of Manna, 1540-1555, oil on panel, 111.8 × 95.3 cm. Washington, National Gallery of Art 76

3.10 Giorgio Vasari, Lorenzo the Magnificent Receives the Tribute of the Ambassadors, 1556-58, fresco painting, 280-345 cm. Florence, Palazzo Vecchio 78

3.11 Gentile da Fabriano, Adoration of the Magi, 1423, tempera, gold leaf, and pastiglia on panel, 301.5 × 283 cm. Florence, Galleria degli Uffizi 79

4.1 Giorgio Vasari, Protogenes Throwing a Sponge at his Painting of Ialysus and his Dog, 1542-1554,fresco. Arezzo, Casa Vasari 85

4.2 Andrea Mantegna, St Sebastian, 1457-1459, tempera on panel, 68 × 30 cm. Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum 87

4.3 Piero di Cosimo, Venus, Cupid, and Mars, c. 1495-1505, oil on panel, 72 × 182 cm. Berlin, Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen 89

4.4 Piero di Cosimo, Vulcan and Aeolus, or The Return of New Life to Lemnos, late 1480s, oil and tempera on canvas, 155.5 × 166.5 cm. Ottawa, National Gallery of Canada 92

4.5 Piero di Cosimo, The Finding of Vulcan on Lemnos, late 1480s, oil and tempera on canvas, 168.9 × 152.4 cm. Hartford, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art 93

4.6 Piero di Cosimo, Vulcan and Aeolus, or The Return of New Life to Lemnos, late 1480s, oil and tempera on canvas, 155.5 × 166.5 cm, detail of the cricket. Ottawa, National Gallery of Canada 94

4.7 Lorenzo Lotto, Penitent St Jerome, c. 1513-1515, oil on panel, 55.8 × 40 cm. Sibiu, Romania, Brukenthal National Museum 95

4.8 Piero di Cosimo, The Adoration of the Child, c. 1490-1495, oil on panel, diameter 160 cm. Toledo Museum of Art 97

4.9 Piero di Cosimo, The Adoration of the Child, c. 1490-1495, oil on panel, diameter 160 cm, detail of the tadpoles. Toledo Museum of Art 98

4.10 Herri met de Bles, The Road to Calvary, c. 1535, oil on panel, 82.2 × 114.3 cm, detail of the owl, Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Art Museum 98

5.1a-b Cosimo Rosselli, Sermon on the Mount, 1481-1482, fresco, detail of upper left and upper right. Vatican, Sistine Chapel 105

5.2 Piero di Cosimo, Madonna and Child with Three Angels and Goldfinch, c. 1500, tempera on panel, 82 cm diameter. Florence, Galleria Moretti 108

5.3 Benozzo Gozzoli, Procession of the Magi, 1459-1461, fresco, detail. Florence, Palazzo Medici Chapel 111

5.4 Fra Angelico and Filippo Lippi, Adoration of the Magi, c. 1440/60, tempera on panel, 137.3 cm diameter. Washington, National Gallery of Art, Samuel H. Kress Collection 112

5.5 Domenico Veneziano, Adoration of the Magi, 1439-1441, oil on panel, 84 cm diameter. Berlin, Gemäldegalerie 113

5.6 Giovanni di Ser Giovanni, called Lo Scheggia, Desco da parto of Lorenzo dei Medici (reverse: Impresa of the Medici family and arms of the Medici and Tornabuoni families), c. 1449, tempera on panel, 92.7 cm diameter, with engaged frame. New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art 114

5.7 Filippino Lippi, St Philip Exorcising the Demon from the Temple of Mars, c. 1487-1502, fresco, detail of the woodpecker. Florence, Santa Maria Novella, Strozzi Chapel 115

5.8 Piero di Cosimo, The Adoration of the Child, c. 1490-1495, oil on panel, diameter 160 cm, detail of Coal Tit. Toledo Museum of Art 117

5.9 Piero di Cosimo, The Nativity with the Infant St. John, c. 1500, oil on canvas, 145.7 cm diameter, Washington, National Gallery of Art, Samuel H. Kress Collection 119

5.10 Piero di Cosimo, Venus, Cupid, and Mars, c. 1495-1505, oil on panel, 72 × 182 cm, detail of Rock Doves. Berlin, Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen 119

5.11 Piero di Cosimo, Madonna and Child with Young St John the Baptist, c. 1500-1505, oil and tempera on panel, diameter 133 cm. São Paulo, Museu de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand, post conservation 121

5.12 Piero di Cosimo, The Forest Fire, c. 1495-1505, oil on panel, 71.2 × 202 cm. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum 123

6.1 Piero di Cosimo, The Death of a Nymph (Callisto?), c. 1495-1500, oil on panel, 65.4 × 184.2 cm. London, The National Gallery 132

6.2 After the Niobids sarcophagus in Wilton House, Wiltshire. Codex Escurialensis fol. 65v 135

6.3 Niobid, Roman copy of a figure in a Hellenistic group, Glyptothek, München 135

6.4 Niobid Painter, Detail, Apollo and Artemis Slaying the Children of Niobe, Attic red–figure calyx krater from Orvieto. Paris, Musée du Louvre 137

6.5 Piero di Cosimo, The Death of a Nymph (Callisto?), c. 1495-1500, oil on panel, 65.4 × 184.2 cm, detail. London, The National Gallery 138

6.6 Phiale Painter, Hermes Bringing the Infant Dionysos to Papposilenos, Attic white-ground calyx krater from Vulci, Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, detail. Rome, Vatican Museums 140

6.7 AE coin of Orchomenos, Artemis Kneels Holding a Bow / Callisto Transfixed by an Arrow 142

6.8 Luca Signorelli, Court of Pan, c. 1489-1490, tempera on canvas, 257 × 194 cm, once in Staatliche Museen zu Berlin – Gemäldegalerie, Berlin, destroyed during WWII 146

6.9 Piero di Cosimo, Fantasy Portrait of Simonetta Vespucci, c. 1480, tempera on panel, 57 × 42 cm. Chantilly, Musée Condé 148

7.1 Piero di Cosimo, Forest Fire, c. 1495-1505, oil on panel, 71.2 × 202 cm. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum 154

7.2 Workshop of Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, Map of the World and People from Faraway Lands, from Hartmann Schedel’s Liber Chronicarum (or Nuremberg Chronicle), 1493, hand-colored woodcut, 46.9 × 31.6 cm. Washington, National Gallery of Art 156

7.3 Anonymous illustrator, Circe Turns Odysseus’s Companions into Animals, from Boccaccio’s De Claris mulieribus, German trans. published by Johannes Zaine, hand-colored woodcut, 1473. Leuven, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven 157

7.4 Lucas van Leyden, Seated Woman with a Dog, engraving, 1510, 105 × 72 mm, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam 162

7.5 Filippino Lippi, Wounded Centaur, c. 1500, oil on panel, 77 × 68cm. Oxford, Christ Church Picture Gallery 163

7.6 Piero di Cosimo, A Hunting Scene, 1488–late 1490s, tempera and oil on panel transferred to Masonite, 70.5 × 169.5 cm. New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art 164

7.7 Piero di Cosimo, The Return from the Hunt, 1488–late 1490s, tempera and oil on panel, 70.5 × 168.9 cm. New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art 165

7.8 Piero di Cosimo, The Death of a Nymph, c. 1495-1500, oil on panel, 65.4 × 184.2 cm. London, The National Gallery 168

7.9 Dosso Dossi, Nymph and Satyr, c. 1508-9, oil on panel, 57.8 × 83.2 cm. Florence, Palazzo Pitti, Galleria Palatina 170

7.10 Desiderio da Settignano (attr. to), Satyr and Satyress, bronze, after 1524, 27 cm. Écouen, Château d’Écouen, Musée National de la Renaissance 170

7.11 Andrea Riccio, Drinking Satyr, c. 1515-1520, bronze, 21.7 cm. Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum 171

7.12 Ancient Greek, Standing Satyr with Baby Satyr, late 5th century BCE, terracotta red-figure style trefoil oinochoe, 7.4 cm. Thessaloniki, The George Tsolozidis Collection 174

7.13 Albrecht Dürer, Satyr Family, 1505, engraving, 116 × 71 mm. Washington, National Gallery of Art 175

7.14 Jacopo de’ Barbari, Satyr Family, c. 1503, engraving, 85 × 78 mm. London, British Museum 176

7.15 English, Centauress and Child, from Rutland Psalter, c. 1260, manuscript illumination. London, British Library 177

7.16 Piero di Cosimo, Battle of Lapiths and Centaurs, 1500-1507, oil on panel, 71 × 260 cm. London, National Gallery 178

8.1 Piero di Cosimo, A Hunting Scene, 1488–late 1490s, tempera and oil on panel transferred to Masonite, 70.5 × 169.5 cm. New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art 190

8.2 Piero di Cosimo, The Return from the Hunt, 1488–late 1490s, tempera and oil on panel, 70.5 × 168.9 cm. New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art 191

8.3 Piero di Cosimo, Battle of Lapiths and Centaurs, 1500-1507, oil on panel, 71 × 260 cm. London, The National Gallery 194

8.4 Piero di Cosimo, The Forest Fire, 1495-1505, Oxford, University, Ashmolean Museum 200

9.1 Hugo van der Goes, The Portinari Triptych, c. 1473-1478, oil on panel, 253 × 304 cm (central panels), 253 × 141 cm (wings). Florence, Galleria degli Uffizi 213

9.2 Piero di Cosimo, The Visitation with Sts Nicholas and Anthony Abbot, c. 1489/1490, oil on panel, 184.2 × 188.6 cm. Washington, National Gallery of Art, Samuel H. Kress Collection 213

9.3 Piero di Cosimo, Madonna and Child Enthroned with Sts Elizabeth of Hungary, Catherine of Alexandria, Peter, John the Evangelist and Angels, completed by 1493, oil and tempera on panel, 203 × 197 cm. Florence, Museo degli Innocenti 214

9.4 Piero di Cosimo, The Nativity with the Infant St John, c. 1495-1505, oil on canvas, transferred from panel, diameter 145.7 cm. Washington, National Gallery of Art, Samuel H. Kress Collection 215

9.5 Hans Memling, Madonna and Child with Angels, Sts John the Baptist and Lawrence (The Pagagnotti Triptych), c. 1480, oil on panel, 57 × 42 cm (central panel), 57.5 × 17.3 cm (left wing), 57.5 × 17.1 cm (right wing). Florence, Galleria degli Uffizi (central panel) and London, The National Gallery (wings) 217

9.6 Piero di Cosimo, Madonna and Child with Sts Lazarus and Sebastian, c. 1480-1485, oil and tempera on panel, 165 × 123 cm. Montevettolini, Church of SS Michele Arcangelo and Lorenzo Martire 218

9.7 Piero di Cosimo, Portrait of Giuliano da Sangallo, c. 1482-1483 or c.1490, oil on panel, 47.5 × 33.5 cm. Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum (on loan from the Royal Cabinet of Paintings, Mauritshuis) 222

9.8 Piero di Cosimo, Portrait of Francesco Giamberti, c. 1482-1483 or c.1490, oil on panel, 47.5 × 33.5 cm. Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum (on loan from the Royal Cabinet of Paintings, Mauritshuis) 222

9.9 Dieric Bouts, The Fall of the Damned, c. 1450, oil on panel, 118.3 × 71.6 cm (including frame). Lille, Palais des Beaux Arts (on loan from the Musée du Louvre) 224

9.10 Piero di Cosimo, St Jerome in the Wilderness, 1490-1500, charcoal and white chalk over stylus on paper, 620 × 530 mm. Florence, Gabinetto Disegni e Sampe degli Uffizi 226

9.11 Piero di Cosimo, St Mary Magdalene, c. 1500-1505, oil and tempera (?) on panel, 72.5 × 56 cm. Rome, Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica, Palazzo Barberini 228

9.12 Piero di Cosimo, St John the Evangelist, c. 1500-1505, oil and tempera on panel, 82.6 × 59.1 cm. Honolulu Museum of Art, Gift of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation 1961 229

9.13 Martin Schongauer, The Virgin and Child with a Parrot, c. 1470, engraving, 155 × 106 mm. London, British Museum 231

10.1 Piero di Cosimo, Visitation, pen and brown ink over traces of black chalk, on white paper partially colored yellow, 181 × 144 mm. Florence, Gabinetto Disegni e Stampe degli Uffizi, inv. 286 E 239

10.2 Domenico Ghirlandaio, Visitation, pen and brown ink on cream-colored paper, 260 × 393 mm. Florence, Gabinetto Disegni e Stampe degli Uffizi, inv. 291 E 240

10.3 Piero di Cosimo, Head of a Young Woman, metalpoint, heightened with white on blue prepared paper, 165 × 133 mm. New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, inv. 1972.118.268 241

10.4 Domenico Ghirlandaio, Head of a Woman, metalpoint on gray prepared paper, heightened with white, 326 × 254 mm. Florence, Gabinetto Disegni e Stampe degli Uffizi, inv. 298E 242

10.5 Domenico Ghirlandaio, Presentation of Christ in the Temple, pen and brown ink possibly over black chalk on cream-colored paper, 143 × 139 mm. New York, The Morgan Library and Museum, inv. s It. 15.4, 2001.16 recto 247

10.6 Domenico Ghirlandaio, Architectural Study, pen and brown ink possibly over black chalk on cream colored-paper, 143 × 139 mm. New York, The Morgan Library and Museum, inv. s It. 15.4, 2001.16 verso 248

10.7 Piero di Cosimo, Madonna with Sts Onuphrius and Augustine, pen and brown ink and brown wash, on the verso with black chalk, on white paper, 168 × 209 mm. Budapest, Szépmüvészeti Múzeum, inv. 1773 251

10.8 Piero di Cosimo, Madonna and Saints, pen and brown ink and black chalk, 205 × 242 mm. Formerly Bremen, Kunsthalle, inv. no. 42 253

10.9 Piero di Cosimo, God the Father Blessing the Virgin, black and red chalks on white paper, 240 × 278 mm. Florence, Gabinetto Disegni e Stampe degli Uffizi, inv. 552 E 254

10.10 Piero di Cosimo, Madonna and Child with a Musician Angel, pen and brown ink and brown wash, heightened with white, on reddish tinted paper, 114 × 79 mm. Florence, Gabinetto Disegni e Stampe degli Uffizi, inv. 176 E 256

11.1 Jacopo da Pontormo, Adoration of the Magi, c. 1519-1523, oil on panel, 85 × 191 cm. Florence, Palazzo Pitti, Galleria Palatina 264

11.2 Jacopo da Pontormo, Adoration of the Magi, diagram of grid by Diane Kunzelman, 2013 265

11.3 Piero di Cosimo, The Visitation with Sts Nicholas and Anthony Abbot, c. 1489/1490, oil on panel, 184.2 × 188.6 cm. Washington, National Gallery of Art, Samuel H. Kress Collection 266

11.4 Piero di Cosimo, Visitation, infrared reflectogram composite (1.5-1.7µm) superimposed with diagram of nail holes and grid 267

11.5 Piero di Cosimo, Visitation, infrared reflectogram composite (1.5-1.7µm) with three nail holes along vertical axis highlighted in white 269

11.6 Piero di Cosimo, Construction of a Palace, c. 1490, tempera and oil on panel, 82.6 × 196.9 cm, including modern additions. Sarasota, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art 271

11.7 Piero di Cosimo, Construction of a Palace, diagram of artist’s pinholes, tick marks, and incised lines; bold black lines indicate tick marks; incised lines are red; white horizontal strips at top and bottom are modern additions 272

11.8 Piero di Cosimo, Construction of a Palace, diagram of grid; green rectangles indicate large and small modules 273

11.9 Piero di Cosimo, Construction of a Palace, detail of horse and rider 276

11.10 Piero di Cosimo, Construction of a Palace, infrared reflectogram composite (1.5-1.7µm) shows pinholes along vertical axis bisecting horse and rider, and underdrawn lines of shadow for the rocks 277

11.11 Piero di Cosimo, Construction of a Palace, infrared reflectogram composite (1.5-1.7µm) shows earlier roofline and converging point at end of allée. Dark irregular blotches in sky are areas of retouching 281

12.1 Piero di Cosimo, Sposalizio mistico di Santa Caterina con i Santi Giovanni Battista, Sebastiano e Maria Maddalena, insieme prima del restauro, c. 1510-1515, tempera grassa su tavola, 212 × 190.5 cm, Collezione privata 292

12.2 Piero di Cosimo, Sposalizio mistico di Santa Caterina con i Santi Giovanni Battista, Sebastiano e Maria Maddalena, insieme dopo la rimozione della ridipintura ottocentesca, 1975(?), c. 1510-1515, tempera grassa su tavola, 212 × 190.5 cm, Collezione privata 293

12.3 Piero di Cosimo, Sposalizio mistico di Santa Caterina con i Santi Giovanni Battista, Sebastiano e Maria Maddalena, insieme dopo la pulitura con le ri-preparazioni, c. 1510-1515, tempera grassa su tavola, 212 × 190.5 cm. Collezione privata 295

12.4 Piero di Cosimo, Sposalizio mistico di Santa Caterina con i Santi Giovanni Battista, Sebastiano e Maria Maddalena, insieme durante il restauro pittorico, c. 1510-1515, tempera grassa su tavola, 212 × 190.5 cm. Collezione privata 297

12.5 Piero di Cosimo, Gli angeli che sorreggono la corona, i primi saggi di pulitura, c. 1510-1515, tempera grassa su tavola, 92 × 183 cm. Edinburgh, National Galleries of Scotland 301

12.6 Piero di Cosimo, Gli angeli che sorreggono la corona, la riflettografia a scansione,c. 1510-1515, tempera grassa su tavola, 92 × 183 cm. Edinburgh, National Galleries of Scotland 301

12.7 Piero di Cosimo, Gli angeli che sorreggono la corona, macrofoto con il particolare delle catenelle del turibolo, c. 1510-1515, tempera grassa su tavola, 92 × 183 cm. Edinburgh, National Galleries of Scotland 303

12.8 Piero di Cosimo, La Pala Bucetti, ricostruzione, c. 1510-1515, tempera grassa su tavola, 304 × 190.5 cm. Collezione privata; Edinburgh, National Galleries of Scotland 304

12.9 Piero di Cosimo, Gli angeli che sorreggono la corona, macrofoto con il particolare del tulipano del diadema dell’angelo, c. 1510-1515, tempera grassa su tavola, 92 × 183 cm. Edinburgh, National Galleries of Scotland 305

12.10 Piero di Cosimo, Sposalizio mistico di Santa Caterina con i Santi Giovanni Battista, Sebastiano e Maria Maddalena, macrofoto con il particolare del paesaggio, c. 1510-1515, tempera grassa su tavola, 212 × 190.5 cm. Collezione privata 305

13.1 Piero di Cosimo, The Mystic Marriage of St Catherine (Bucetti Altarpiece), 212 × 190.5 cm, tempera grassa on panel, detail of one of the two missing feet of the crowning angels, discovered beneath layers of restoration in the sky of the main panel. Private collection 311

13.2 Gallery view of the reinstalled Two Crowning Angels at the National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh 312

Piero di Cosimo

Painter of Faith and Fable

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