Las vidas de los más excelentes pintores, escultores y arquitectos, escritas por Giorgio Vasari, pintor arentino

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UNAM, 1996 - 782 pages
 

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Contents

Presentación
5
Prefacio
13
Dedicatoria I
29
Proemio a Las Vidas
45
Giovanni Cimabue
73
Niccola y Giovanni Pisano
82
Giotto
100
Ambrogio Lorenzetti
126
Lorenzo Costa
282
Gherardo
303
Domenico Ghirlandaio
307
Antonio y Piero Pollaiolo
325
Sandro Boticcelli
335
Andrea Mantegna
344
Pietro Perugino
355
Luca Signorelli
375

Proemio
141
Iacopo dalla Quercia
153
Luca della Robbia
160
Paolo Uccello
171
Masaccio
182
Donatello
191
Piero della Francesca
210
Fra Angelico
218
Antonello da Messina
231
Fray Filippo Lippi
257
Proemio
385
Leonardo da Vinci
393
Giorgione da Castelfranco
419
Raffaello da Urbino
428
Andrea del Sarto
485
Jacopo da Pontormo
530
Miguel Ángel Buonarroti
570
Descripción de las obras de Tiziano
739
Nota del traductor
775
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About the author (1996)

Giorgio Vasari Architect, painter and art historian Giorgio Vasari was born in Arezzo, Italy on July 30, 1511. Vasari was a student of the world famous Michelangelo. During his travels, Vasari took notes on various artists and paintings he encountered which resulted in his book, The Lives of the Most Excellent Italian Architects, Painters, and Sculptures. Vasari's murals can be seen at the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence. Giorgio Vasari died in Florence on June 27, 1574.

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