Changing Patrons: Social Identity and the Visual Arts in Renaissance Florence

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Contents

Family SelfFashioning
17
Private Wealth and Public Bencfit
35
Family Church Community The Appearance of Power in Santo Spirito
63
Patronage and the Art of Friendship Piero del Puglieses Patronage of Filippino Lippi
85
Patronage Rights and Wrongs Building Identity at Santa Maria a Lecceto
101
Framing Patronage Beauty and Order in the Church of the Innocenti
119
Differing Visions Image and Audience in the Florentine Church
139
Painted Prayers Savonarola and the Audience of Images
155
CONCLUSIONS AND QUESTIONS
189
Nasi Family Tree
195
Unpublished Documents
197
Poems Written About the Portrait ofPiero del Pugliese
222
NOTES
225
BIBLIOGRAPHY
255
INDEX
275
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