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  1. Recommended reading list 8 items
    1. The Renaissance in Venice: a world apart - Patricia Fortini Brown 1997

      Book 

    2. Art and life in Renaissance Venice - Patricia Fortini Brown 1997

      Book 

    3. Painting in Renaissance Venice - Peter Humfrey 1995

      Book 

    4. Venice and the Veneto - Peter Humfrey 2007

      Book 

    5. Art of Renaissance Venice, 1400-1600 - Loren W. Partridge 2015

      Book 

    6. Painting in sixteenth-century Venice: Titian, Veronese, Tintoretto - David Rosand, David Rosand c1997

      Book 

  2. Week 2 (am) Lecture 3: St Mark and the Virgin in the City 1 item
    1. Set reading 1 item
      1. Art and life in Renaissance Venice - Patricia Fortini Brown 1997

        Book  The otherness of the Venetians pp 9-37

  3. Week 3 (am) Lecture 4: Saints Throughout the City: Parish Churches and the Houses of Religious Orders 1 item
    1. Set reading 1 item
      1. Venice and the Veneto - Peter Humfrey 2007

        Book  L. Matthew "Clergy and Confraternities" pp 106 - 127. Sections on scuole piccole and scuole grandi

  4. Week 4 (pm) Lecture 7: Venetian Artists: Tradition and Identity 1 item
    1. Set reading 1 item
      1. Tintoretto: tradition and identity - Tom Nichols 1999

        Book  Tintoretto, Tradition, Identity pp 13-27

  5. Week 5 (am) Seminar Presentations: Venetian Altarpieces 21 items
    1. A. Veronese, Holy Family with Saints Catherine and Anthony Abbot, c. 1550-51 (Giustinian Chapel, San Francesco della Vigna, Venice) 21 items
      For this seminars consider the altarpiece as an examples of patrician patronage. Amongst other things you might like to think about possible reasons for the choice of artists by the patron. Also consider the altarpiece within the project of the church building as a whole (built by Francesco Sansovino and commissioned by the reformed branch of the Franciscans, funded in part by a doge).
      1. The following texts give useful background 5 items
        1. Venice and the Veneto - Peter Humfrey 2007

          Book  Cooper, T. "Patricians and Citizens." 151-87. An excellent general discussion of the patronage of patricians and citizens in Venice.

        2. Jacopo Sansovino: architecture and patronage in Renaissance Venice - Deborah Howard 1975

          Book  157-59, for the history of the church building

        3. Venice and the Veneto - Peter Humfrey 2007

          Book  Matthew, L. "The Religious Orders." 128-141. Very useful for the Franciscan Observants.

        4. Tintoretto: tradition and identity - Tom Nichols 2015

          Book  The section on 'State Patronage' for a summary of the groups of patricians and cittadini and their approach to art patronage

        5. Tintoretto: tradition and identity - Tom Nichols 1999

          Book 

      2. Veronese, Holy Family with Saints Catherine and Anthony Abbot 5 items
        NB THERE IS A TEXT BY HUMFREY AND HOLT WHICH IS NOT AVAILABLE IN THE LIBRARY. OBTAIN A COPY FROM THE MODULE LEADER.
        1. Paolo Veronese: a master and his workshop in Renaissance Venice - Virginia Brilliant, Frederick Ilchman, Veronese 2012

          Book  See especially 151-62

        2. Becoming Venetian: immigrants and the arts in early modern Venice - Blake De Maria c2010

          Book 

        3. The altarpiece in the Renaissance - Peter Humfrey, Martin Kemp 1990

          Book  P. Humfrey,"Co-ordinated Altarpieces in Renaissance Venice: the Progress of an Ideal." p190-211

        4. Painting in sixteenth-century Venice: Titian, Veronese, Tintoretto - David Rosand, David Rosand c1997

          Book 

        5. Veronese - Xavier F. Salomon, Veronese 2014

          Book  See the discussion surrounding text images numbers 20, 21, 29, 30, 48 for the likely sources of Veronese's approach to composition

      3. B. Tintoretto, The Deposition of Christ, c.1564/65, (National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh) 11 items
        For this seminar consider the altarpiece as examples of citizen patronage. Amongst other things you might like to think about possible reasons for the choice of artist by the patron. Also consider the altarpiece within the project of the church building as a whole (built by Francesco Sansovino and commissioned by the reformed branch of the Franciscans, funded in part by a doge).
        1. The following texts give useful background 5 items
          1. Venice and the Veneto - Peter Humfrey 2007

            Book  Cooper, T. "Patricians and Citizens." 151-87. An excellent general discussion of the patronage of patricians and citizens in Venice.

          2. Venice and the Veneto - Peter Humfrey 2007

            Book  Matthew, L. "The Religious Orders." 128-141. Very useful for the Franciscan Observants.

          3. Tintoretto: tradition and identity - Tom Nichols 1999

            Book 

        2. Tintoretto, The Deposition of Christ 6 items
          1. Becoming Venetian: immigrants and the arts in early modern Venice - Blake De Maria c2010

            Book 

          2. The age of Titian: Venetian renaissance art from Scottish collections - Peter Humfrey, National Galleries of Scotland 2004

            Book 

          3. Tintoretto's 'Deposition of Christ' in the National Gallery of Scotland - Hugh MacAndrew, Deborah Howard, John Dick and Joyce Plesters 1985

            Article 

          4. Tintoretto: tradition and identity - Tom Nichols 1999

            Book 

          5. Painting in sixteenth-century Venice: Titian, Veronese, Tintoretto - David Rosand, David Rosand c1997

            Book 

  6. Week 5 (pm) Lecture 8: Continuity & Change: The family & the home 1 item
  7. Week 6 (am and pm) Visit to the National Gallery, London 1 item
    1. Color and meaning: practice and theory in Renaissance painting - Marcia B. Hall 1992

      Book  pp 199-235 Chapter "Venice and the Development of Tonal Painting"

  8. Week 7 (am) Seminar Presentations: Paintings for Venetian Scuole 18 items
    1. C. Tintoretto's decoration of the Albergo of the Scuola Grande di S. Rocco, 1564-67: Albergo ceiling paintings 9 items
      Focus on the ceiling paintings in the Albergo. Consider how Tintoretto has taken account of the demands of creating an image of St. Roch and a wider ceiling programme for its setting, location and patrons. Consider the way the scheme develops key themes for the members of the Scuola. Also, outline how the central image of St Roch was important in the history of awarding the commission to Tintoretto.
      1. Paolo Veronese: a master and his workshop in Renaissance Venice - Virginia Brilliant, Frederick Ilchman, Veronese 2012

        Book  pp 164 -65 for Veronese's possible competition entry

      2. Others and outcasts in early modern Europe: picturing the social margins - Tom Nichols 2007

        Book  P. Cottrell "Poor substitutes: Imaging Disease and Vagrancy in Renaissance Venice pp 63-86. See this for the cult of St Roch in Venice.

      3. Becoming Venetian: immigrants and the arts in early modern Venice - Blake De Maria c2010

        Book  pp 51-55 and 86-93

      4. Venice and the Veneto - Peter Humfrey 2007

        Book  L. Matthew "Clergy and Confraternities" pp 117 - 127. Very useful for the general context.

      5. Tintoretto: tradition and identity - Tom Nichols 1999

        Book 

      6. The life of Tintoretto, and of his children Domenico and Marietta - Carlo Ridolfi 1984

        Book  pp 30-33 An early biography of Tintoretto and the source of our knowledge of his ploy to win this commission.

      7. Painting in sixteenth-century Venice: Titian, Veronese, Tintoretto - David Rosand, David Rosand c1997

        Book 

    2. D. Tintoretto's decoration of the Albergo of the Scuola Grande di S. Rocco, 1564-67: Albergo wall paintings 9 items
      This is potentially a very unwieldy topic, so concentrate on a few key wall scenes as a way of illustrating your talk (though make sure that you include the Crucifixion). You are encouraged to consider the role and status of the patron and the development of key themes in the subject matter. Think about how these images address the charges of vanity and magnificence which were levelled at the scuola.
      1. Becoming Venetian: immigrants and the arts in early modern Venice - Blake De Maria c2010

        Book  pp 51-55,86-93

      2. Decorum and wit: the poetry of Venetian painting : essays in the history of the classical tradition - Philipp Fehl 1992

        Book  pp 178-79 For an interesting contemporary text by Aretino.

      3. The image of Christ - Gabriele Finaldi, Susanna Avery-Quash, National Gallery (Great Britain) c2000

        Book  Chapters 4 and 5 for the traditions of these kinds of images of Christ.

      4. Venice and the Veneto - Peter Humfrey 2007

        Book  L. Matthew "Clergy and Confraternities" pp 117-127. Very useful for the general context.

      5. Tintoretto: tradition and identity - Tom Nichols 1999

        Book 

      6. Painting in sixteenth-century Venice: Titian, Veronese, Tintoretto - David Rosand, David Rosand c1997

        Book 

  9. Week 7 (pm) Seminar Presentations: Artistic Sources & Rivalries 29 items
    1. E. Titian and his Roman Rivals, Michelangelo, Raphael and the Antique. The Averoldi Altarpiece (aka the Brescia/Resurrection Polyptych) 1519-22 7 items
      How far does the Averoldi Altarpiece show evidence of Titian’s interest in Roman artists and models?
      1. Renaissance rivals: Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael, Titian - Rona Goffen c2002

        Book  esp. pp 280-297

      2. The altarpiece in Renaissance Venice - Peter Humfrey c1993

        Book 

      3. The Cambridge companion to Titian - Patricia Meilman 2004

        Book  P. Joannides "Titian and Michelangelo/Michelangelo and Titian" pp 121-145

      4. Titian and the end of the Venetian Renaissance - Tom Nichols, Titian 2013

        Book  pp 72-77

    2. F. 'Michelangelo's design (disegno) and Titian's colouring (colorito)'. Tintoretto, The Miracle of the Slave, 1548, (Accademia, Venice) 11 items
      Consider this painting by Tintoretto in light of his maxim, ‘Michelangelo’s design and Titian’s colouring’. In what ways does Tintoretto live up to this idea? Does he simply copy his models or is he in conversation with them?
      1. Color and meaning: practice and theory in Renaissance painting - Marcia B. Hall 1992

        Book  199ff whole chapter

      2. Color and technique in Renaissance painting: Italy and the North - Marcia B. Hall 1987

        Book  L. Lazzarini "The use of color by Venetian painters" pp 115-136

      3. Tintoretto: tradition and identity - Tom Nichols 1999

        Book 

      4. Tintoretto - Francesco Valcanover, Terisio Pignatti, Tintoretto 1985

        Book 

      5. The life of Tintoretto, and of his children Domenico and Marietta - Carlo Ridolfi 1984

        Book  early biography of Tintoretto pp16-17

      6. Painting in sixteenth-century Venice: Titian, Veronese, Tintoretto - David Rosand, David Rosand c1997

        Book 

      7. For Michelangelesque sources 4 items
        1. Michelangelo and his influence: drawings from Windsor Castle - Paul Joannides, National Gallery of Art (U.S.), Fitzwilliam Museum 1996

          Book  pp19-29

        2. The sculpted object, 1400-1700 - Stuart Currie, Peta Motture c1997

          Book  L. Whitaker "Tintoretto's drawings after sculpture and his workshop practice" pp 177-200

    3. G. 'Michelangelo's design (disegno) and Titian's colouring (colorito)': Tintoretto, Christ washing the Disciples Feet, c.1547-0, (Prado, Madrid); 11 items
      Consider this painting by Tintoretto in light of his maxim, ‘Michelangelo’s design and Titian’s colouring’. In what ways does Tintoretto live up to this idea? Does he simply copy his models or is he in conversation with them?
      1. Color and meaning: practice and theory in Renaissance painting - Marcia B. Hall 1992

        Book  The whole chapter is interesting and the section on Tintoretto's Last Supper has some useful insights

      2. Color and technique in Renaissance painting: Italy and the North - Marcia B. Hall 1987

        Book  L. Lazzarini "The use of color by Venetian Painters,1480-1580: Materials & Techniques."pp 115-136. Look particularly at the ways in which Lazzarini differentiates Titan's use of colour from that of Tintoretto.

      3. Tintoretto: tradition and identity - Tom Nichols 1999

        Book 

      4. Tintoretto - Francesco Valcanover, Terisio Pignatti, Tintoretto 1985

        Book 

      5. The life of Tintoretto, and of his children Domenico and Marietta - Carlo Ridolfi 1984

        Book  pp 16-17. An early biography of Tintoretto and the source of our knowledge of his working practices.

      6. Painting in sixteenth-century Venice: Titian, Veronese, Tintoretto - David Rosand, David Rosand c1997

        Book 

      7. For Michelangelesque sources 4 items
        1. Michelangelo and his influence: drawings from Windsor Castle - Paul Joannides, National Gallery of Art (U.S.), Fitzwilliam Museum 1996

          Book 

        2. The sculpted object, 1400-1700 - Stuart Currie, Peta Motture c1997

          Book  L. Whitaker "Tintoretto's drawings after sculpture and his workshop practice" pp 177-200

  10. Week 8 (am) Seminar Presentations: Public Portraits 24 items
    1. H. Paolo Veronese, Allegory of the Battle of the Lepanto (aka Votive Portrait of Doge Sebastiano Venier), c.1578. 10 items
      Place Veronese’s work within the wider context and expectations of state-sponsored art in Venice and the significance of events surrounding the battle of Lepanto and Venier’s career. You may also wish to consider Veronese’s picture alongside similar votive pictures, and address the decoration of the Sala del Collegio in the Doge’s Palace.
      1. Veronese's drawings: a catalogue raisonne - Richard Cocke, Veronese 1984

        Book 

      2. Venice and the Veneto - Peter Humfrey 2007

        Book  D. Howard "The State" pp 34-38

      3. The Renaissance portrait: from Donatello to Bellini - Keith Christiansen, Stefan Weppelmann, Patricia Lee Rubin, Bode-Museum c2011

        Book  P. Humfrey "The Portrait in Fifteenth-Century Venice" pp 48-63

      4. Tintoretto: tradition and identity - Tom Nichols 2015

        Book  pp 121-126 - interesting comment regarding another votive painting

      5. Tintoretto: tradition and identity - Tom Nichols 1999

        Book  pp 121-126 - interesting comment regarding another votive painting

      6. The art of Paolo Veronese, 1528-1588 - William R. Rearick, National Gallery of Art (U.S.) c1988

        Book 

      7. The art of Renaissance Venice: architecture, sculpture, and painting, 1460-1590 - Norbert Huse, Wolfgang Wolters c1990

        Book  Chapter 9

      8. For the wider iconography of the Sala 2 items
        1. Palladio's Venice: architecture and society in a Renaissance republic - Tracy E. Cooper c2005

          Book  pp 199-204 - for a little more on the ceiling of the room.

        2. Venetian painted ceilings of the Renaissance - Juergen Schulz 1968

          Book  pp 104-106

    2. I. Tintoretto, The Madonna of the Treasurers, 1566 (Venice, Accademia) 8 items
      Investigate Tintoretto’s painting in light of the context of the Camerlenghi Palace and its programme of decoration. Consider the way in which Tintoretto negotiates the issue of portraiture in light of its representation of his subjects as individuals and as part of the group.
      1. Becoming Venetian: immigrants and the arts in early modern Venice - Blake De Maria c2010

        Book 

      2. Venice and the Veneto - Peter Humfrey 2007

        Book  D. Howard "The State" pp 68-78, very useful for the wider context; see also the essay by Cooper, esp pp 152-54

      3. Tintoretto: tradition and identity - Tom Nichols 1999

        Book  pp 110-26

      4. Tintoretto - Francesco Valcanover, Terisio Pignatti, Tintoretto 1985

        Book 

      5. The art of Renaissance Venice: architecture, sculpture, and painting, 1460-1590 - Norbert Huse, Wolfgang Wolters c1990

        Book  Read Chapter 10

    3. J: Veronese, The Cuccina Family Cycle, c.1472 (Gemaldegalerie, Dresden) 6 items
      Consider the 4 paintings (the Cuccina Family Cycle) painted by Veronese for the portego of the Cuccina Palace in Venice. In what ways do these paintings link ‘Alvise Cuccina’s spiritual beliefs and economic success with his newly adopted homeland of Venice’ (de Maria, 159)? The majority of your focus should be on The Cuccina Family Presented to the Madonna and Child.
      1. Paolo Veronese: a master and his workshop in Renaissance Venice - Virginia Brilliant, Frederick Ilchman, Veronese 2012

        Book 

      2. Venice and the Veneto - Peter Humfrey 2007

        Book  T. Cooper "Patricians and Citizens"pp 151-154

      3. Becoming Venetian: immigrants and the arts in early modern Venice - Blake De Maria c2010

        Book  Especially Chapter 7 but follow your nose since this book includes numerous references to the Cuccina family

      4. The sixteenth-century Italian paintings: Vol. 2: Venice 1540-1600 - Nicholas Penny, National Gallery (Great Britain) 2008

        Book  xiv, pp 227-29

      5. The art of Paolo Veronese, 1528-1588 - William R. Rearick, National Gallery of Art (U.S.) c1988

        Book 

  11. Week 8 (pm) Lecture 10: Images of Venetian Women 1 item
    1. The book of the courtier - Baldassare Castiglione, George Bull 1976

      Book  pp 324 - 341

  12. Week 9 (am) Seminar Presentations: Paintings with personal or ambiguous meanings 25 items
    1. K. Giovanni Bellini, St Francis, c. 1475-80, New York, Frick Collection. 8 items
      Consider in terms of subject, iconography and technique – all elements which will have been of interest to its fifteenth- and sixteenth-century audiences. Think about Bellini’s use of tempera and oil and the effects that this allowed him to achieve. What does the painting reveal about the wishes and expectations of art collectors during this period?
      1. Giorgione: the painter of 'poetic brevity' : including catalogue raisonné - Jaynie Anderson c1997

        Book  pp 148-160 for Taddeo Contarini

      2. The Cambridge companion to Giovanni Bellini - Peter Humfrey 2004

        Book  M. Lucco "Bellini and Flemish Painting" pp 75-94

      3. Art of Renaissance Venice, 1400-1600 - Loren W. Partridge 2015

        Book  See 82-85 for a good summary of possible meanings but neglecting other aspects of the topic. See also the introduction to this section on page 81.

    2. L. Titian, The Three Ages of Man, c.1512-13 (Edinburgh, National Gallery of Art) 10 items
      Consider in terms of subject, iconography and the artist’s treatment of them – all elements which will have been of interest to its sixteenth-century audiences. What does the painting reveal about the wishes and expectations of art collectors during this period?
      1. Titian's women - Rona Goffen c1997

        Book  pp 25-33

      2. Titian 500 - Joseph Manca, National Gallery of Art (U.S.) c1993

        Book  P. Holberton "The Pastorale or Fete champetre in the Early Sixteenth Century" pp 245 - 62

      3. The pipes in Titian's "Three ages of man" - P. Holberton 2003

        Article  In Apollo Vol. 157: pp 26-30; in print format in Library Basement, J 700/A

      4. Titian - Charles Hope 2003

        Book 

      5. The age of Titian: Venetian renaissance art from Scottish collections - Peter Humfrey, National Galleries of Scotland 2004

        Book 

      6. Titian's 'Daphnis and Chloe' - P. Joannides 1991

        Article  In Apollo vol. 352: pp 374-82; in print format in Library Basement, J 700/A

      7. Titian to 1518: the assumption of genius - Paul Joannides c2001

        Book  pp193-201

      8. Problems in Titian, mostly iconographic - Erwin Panofsky 1969

        Book  pp 94-99

    3. M. Titian, Sacred and Profane Love, c. 1514 (Villa Borghese, Rome) 7 items
      Consider in terms of subject, iconography and the artist’s treatment of them – all elements which will have been of interest to its sixteenth-century audiences. What does the painting reveal about the wishes and expectations of its patron?
      1. Art and love in Renaissance Italy - Andrea Bayer, Sarah Cartwright, Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) 2009

        Book  B.L. Brown "Picturing the perfect Marriage: The Equilibrium of Sense and Sensibility in Titian's 'Sacred and Profane Love" pp 238-45

      2. Titian 500 - Joseph Manca, National Gallery of Art (U.S.) c1993

        Book  R. Goffen "Titian's Sacred and Profane Love" pp 121-138

      3. Titian - Charles Hope, David Jaffé, National Gallery (Great Britain) 2003

        Book 

      4. Titian to 1518: the assumption of genius - Paul Joannides c2001

        Book  pp 185-193

      5. Places of delight: the pastoral landscape - Robert C. Cafritz, Lawrence Gowing, David Rosand, Phillips Collection (1988?)

        Book  D. Rosand "Giorgione, Venice and the Pastoral Vision." pp 20-81

  13. Week 9 (pm) Lecture 11: Writing Venetian Art History: mediocritas v magnificentia 1 item
    1. Set reading 1 item
      1. Venice and the Renaissance - Manfredo Tafuri c1989

        Book  M. Tafuri "Memoria et Prudentia Patrician Mentalities and res aedificatoria" pp 1-14 (with exercise).

  14. Week 11 (am and pm) Lecture 12 Titian in the city and at court 1 item
    1. Set reading 1 item
      1. The Cambridge companion to Titian - Patricia Meilman 2004

        Book  "An Introduction to Titian: Context and Career" pp 1-32

  15. Bibliography 118 items
    1. Key Texts 8 items
      1. The Renaissance in Venice: a world apart - Patricia Fortini Brown 1997

        Book  this same book is also published under a different title: Fortini Brown,P. Art and Life in Renaissance Venice. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson, 1997

      2. Art and life in Renaissance Venice - Patricia Fortini Brown 1997

        Book 

      3. Painting in Renaissance Venice - Peter Humfrey 1995

        Book 

      4. Venice and the Veneto - Peter Humfrey 2007

        Book 

      5. Art of Renaissance Venice, 1400-1600 - Loren W. Partridge 2015

        Book 

      6. Painting in sixteenth-century Venice: Titian, Veronese, Tintoretto - David Rosand, David Rosand c1997

        Book 

    2. Primary Written Sources 6 items
      1. Venice: a documentary history, 1450-1630 - David Chambers, Jennifer Fletcher, Brian S. Pullan, Renaissance Society of America c2001

        Book  A fascinating compendium of source material

      2. Italian art, 1400-1500: sources and documents - Creighton Gilbert 1980

        Book 

      3. Italian art 1500-1600: sources and documents - Robert Klein, Henri Zerner 1966

        Book 

      4. Renaissance art reconsidered: an anthology of primary sources - Carol M. Richardson, Kim Woods, Michael W. Franklin c2007

        Book  Includes a section on Venice.

      5. Sansovino's Venice - Francesco Sansovino 2017

        Book 

      6. Venice: cita` excelentissima : selections from the Renaissance diaries of Marin Sanudo - Marino Sanudo, Patricia H. Labalme, Laura Sanguineti White c2008

        Book 

    3. Renaissance Venice 13 items
      1. The imperial age of Venice, 1380-1580 - David Chambers 1970

        Book 

      2. Becoming Venetian: immigrants and the arts in early modern Venice - Blake De Maria c2010

        Book 

      3. Politics in Renaissance Venice - Robert Finlay 1980

        Book 

      4. Patronage in sixteenth-century Italy - Mary Hollingsworth 1996

        Book 

      5. The architectural history of Venice - Deborah Howard 1980

        Book  The module does not focus on architecture. This compact volume should fill in background where necessary

      6. The altarpiece in Renaissance Venice - Peter Humfrey c1993

        Book 

      7. The Genius of Venice 1500-1600 - Jane Martineau, Charles Hope, Royal Academy of Arts, Sea Containers Group 1983

        Book 

      8. The sixteenth-century Italian paintings: Vol. 2: Venice 1540-1600 - Nicholas Penny, National Gallery (Great Britain) 2008

        Book  as a supplement to Penny's catalogue, the National Gallery Technical Bulletin, Vol 34, 2013, is dedicated to "Titian's Painting Technique before 1540" and contains detailed essays on the earlier Titian paintings in the Nat Gallery's collection

      9. Locating Renaissance art - Carol M. Richardson, Open University 2007

        Book  P. Wood "An aesthetic of diversity:Venice and the East"

    4. Art Theory and Criticism 15 items
      1. On painting - Leon Battista Alberti, John R. Spencer 1966

        Book  First published in Latin in 1435 and then in Italian in 1436

      2. The intellectual life of the early Renaissance artist - Francis Ames-Lewis c2000

        Book 

      3. The Anonimo; notes on pictures and works of art in Italy made by an anonymous writer in the sixteenth century - Marcantonio Michiel 1903

        Book  The Anonimo, notes on pictures and works of art in Italy made by an anonymous writer in the sixteenth century, edited by George C. Williamson. London: G. Bell and Sons, 1903. These notes were written by Marcantonio Michiel in the early sixteenth century. The text is a valuable description of works of art in public spaces and private collections in this period. This 1903 edition is available online: https://archive.org/details/anonimonotesonpi00michrich

      4. The letters of Pietro Aretino - Pietro Aretino 1967

        Book 

      5. The book of the courtier - Baldassare Castiglione, George Bull 1976

        Book  Written from c.1508 onwards and first published in 1528.

      6. The Genius of Venice 1500-1600 - Jane Martineau, Charles Hope, Royal Academy of Arts, Sea Containers Group 1983

        Book  C. Hope "The Historians of Venetian Painting" 38-40

      7. The life of Tintoretto, and of his children Domenico and Marietta - Carlo Ridolfi 1984

        Book  Originally published in 1642

      8. Giorgio Vasari: art and history - Patricia Lee Rubin c1995

        Book 

      9. Lives of the painters, sculptors and architects 1996

        Book  Volume 1; lots of other English versions available.

      10. Lives of the painters, sculptors and architects 1996

        Book  Volume 2; lots of other English versions available.

    5. Painting 8 items
      1. Bellini, Giorgione, Titian, and the Renaissance of Venetian painting - David Alan Brown, Sylvia Ferino-Pagden, Jaynie Anderson, Barbara Hepburn Berrie 2006

        Book 

      2. Venetian narrative painting in the age of Carpaccio - Patricia Fortini Brown 1988

        Book 

    6. Painters 68 items
      1. The Bellini (Jacopo, Gentile, Giovanni) 9 items
        1. Giovanni Bellini - Oskar Bätschmann 2008

          Book 

        2. Bellini, Giorgione, Titian, and the Renaissance of Venetian painting - David Alan Brown, Sylvia Ferino-Pagden, Jaynie Anderson, Barbara Hepburn Berrie 2006

          Book 

        3. Giovanni Bellini - Rona Goffen c1989

          Book 

        4. The Cambridge companion to Giovanni Bellini - Peter Humfrey 2004

          Book 

        5. Giovanni Bellini and the art of devotion - Giovanni Bellini, Ronda Kasl, Keith Christiansen c2004

          Book 

        6. Giovanni Bellini - Giles Robertson 1980

          Book 

      2. Bonifacio de' Pitati (Bonifacio Veronese) 3 items
        1. Others and outcasts in early modern Europe: picturing the social margins - Tom Nichols 2007

          Book  P. Cottrell "Poor substitutes: Imaging Disease and Vagrancy in Renaissance Venice" 63-85

      3. Carpaccio & Scuola Decoration 2 items
        1. Venetian narrative painting in the age of Carpaccio - Patricia Fortini Brown 1988

          Book 

      4. Cima da Conegliano 1 item
        1. Cima da Conegliano - Peter Humfrey 1983

          Book 

      5. Giorgione 4 items
        1. Bellini, Giorgione, Titian, and the Renaissance of Venetian painting - David Alan Brown, Sylvia Ferino-Pagden, Jaynie Anderson, Barbara Hepburn Berrie 2006

          Book 

        2. Giorgione - Enrico Maria Dal Pozzolo, Giorgione 2009

          Book 

        3. Giorgione - Terisio Pignatti, Filippo Pedrocco, Giorgione c1999

          Book 

      6. Lorenzo Lotto 2 items
        1. Lorenzo Lotto: rediscovered master of the Renaissance - David Alan Brown, Peter Humfrey, Mauro Lucco, National Gallery of Art (U.S.) 1997

          Book 

        2. Lorenzo Lotto - Peter Humfrey 1997

          Book 

      7. Palma Vecchio & Palma Giovane 3 items
        1. Art of the Italian Renaissance - André Chastel, André Chastel 1988

          Book  "Rivalries in Venice: the competition for the St Peter Martyr (1528-30)" 170-187. This book also published as A chronicle of Italian Renaissance Painting.

        2. Palma Vecchio - Philip Rylands 1992

          Book 

      8. Pordenone 3 items
        1. Art of the Italian Renaissance - André Chastel, André Chastel 1988

          Book  "Rivalries in Venice: the competition for the St Peter Martyr (1528-30)" 170-187. This book also published as A chronicle of Italian Renaissance Painting.

        2. Titian and Pordenone - Walter Friedlaender 03/1965

          Article  pp 118-121

        3. Pordenone versus Titian - C. Gould 1972

          Article  In Apollo Vol. 116: pp 106-10; in print format in Library Basement, J 700/A

      9. Sebastiano del Piombo 1 item
        1. Sebastiano del Piombo - Michael Hirst, Sebastiano 1981

          Book 

      10. Schiavone 1 item
        1. Andrea Schiavone - Francis L. Richardson, Andrea Schiavone 1980

          Book 

      11. Tintoretto 7 items
        1. Tintoretto's 'Deposition of Christ' in the National Gallery of Scotland - Hugh MacAndrew, Joyce Plesters, John Dick, Deborah Howard 1985

          Article 

        2. Tintoretto: tradition and identity - Tom Nichols 1999

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        3. Tintoretto - Francesco Valcanover, Terisio Pignatti, Tintoretto 1985

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        4. Painting in sixteenth-century Venice: Titian, Veronese, Tintoretto - David Rosand, David Rosand c1997

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      12. Titian 19 items
        1. Bellini, Giorgione, Titian, and the Renaissance of Venetian painting - David Alan Brown, Sylvia Ferino-Pagden, Jaynie Anderson, Barbara Hepburn Berrie 2006

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        2. Titian's women - Rona Goffen c1997

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        3. Titian - Charles Hope 2003

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        4. Titian - Charles Hope, David Jaffé, National Gallery (Great Britain) 2003

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        5. The age of Titian: Venetian renaissance art from Scottish collections - Peter Humfrey, National Galleries of Scotland 2004

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        6. Titian to 1518: the assumption of genius - Paul Joannides c2001

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        7. Titian 500 - Joseph Manca, National Gallery of Art (U.S.) c1993

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        8. Titian and the altarpiece in renaissance Venice - Patricia Meilman 2000

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        9. The Cambridge companion to Titian - Patricia Meilman 2004

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        10. Titian and the end of the Venetian Renaissance - Tom Nichols, Titian 2013

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        11. Painting in sixteenth-century Venice: Titian, Veronese, Tintoretto - David Rosand, David Rosand c1997

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        12. Titian: his world and his legacy - David Rosand 1982

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        13. The paintings of Titian: complete edition. Vol.2, Portraits - Harold E. Wethey, Titian 1971

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      13. Veronese 7 items
        1. Paolo Veronese: a master and his workshop in Renaissance Venice - Virginia Brilliant, Frederick Ilchman, Veronese 2012

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        2. Veronese's drawings: a catalogue raisonne - Richard Cocke, Veronese 1984

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        3. The art of Paolo Veronese, 1528-1588 - William R. Rearick, National Gallery of Art (U.S.) c1988

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        4. Painting in sixteenth-century Venice: Titian, Veronese, Tintoretto - David Rosand, David Rosand c1997

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        5. Veronese - Xavier F. Salomon, Veronese 2014

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        6. Since there are many paintings by Veronese in both the National Gallery, London; and the Accademia, Venice, it is worth consulting surveys of their collections by Penny and Nepi Scire respectively.

      14. The Vivarini (Antonio, Bartolomeo, Alvise) 6 items
        1. Alvise Vivarini: his art and influence - John Steer 1982

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