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College Art Association Monographs. 1 From Misericordia to Bigallo (page 3). Read. 2 Oratory, Residence, and Frescoes (page 9).
College Art Association Monographs. 3 Frescoes, Sculptures, and Problems (page 19). 4 The Audienza Nova and After (page 25). 5 The Residence Stairs (page 27).
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College Art Association Monograph. 1. From Misericordia to Bigallo 3. 2. Oratory, Residence, and Frescoes 9. The Oratory and Residence of the Compagnia del Bigallo e della Misericordia in Florence. 3. Frescoes, Sculptures, and Problems 19. 4. The Audienza Nova and After 25. 5. The Residence Stairs 27. 6. The Oratory Stairs 37. 7. In Retrospect 41. DOCUMENTS 43. APPENDIX. The Bigallo after the Flood 67. ILLUSTRATIONS 69. Art History & Architecture.
The Loggia del Bigallo is a late Gothic building in Florence, region of Tuscany, Italy. It stands at the corner of Piazza San Giovanni and via Calzaioli; tradition holds the site near the Baptistry of Florence was donated by a benefactor.
This volume of the College Art Association Monograph series presents a study of the Bigallo at Florence.
book by Howard Saalman. The Bigallo : The Oratory and Residence of the Compagnia Del Bigallo e Della Misericordia in Florence. This volume of the College Art Association Monograph series presents a study of the Bigallo at Florence.
Oriental Studies IV: Paintings from Islamic LandsSpanish Romanesque SculptureGerman Illumination: Carolingian Period and Ottonian PeriodThe Bigallo, the Oratory and Residence of the Compagnia del Bigallo e della Misericordia in FlorenceSaggi e memorie 6. J. Wise, . . Wise, R. Pinder-Wilson, Porter A. Kingsley, Adolph Goldschmidt, Howard Saalman & Giorgio Cini Foundation. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 29 (2):283 (1970). This article has no associated abstract.
New York: Braziller, 1968; The Bigallo: The Oratory and Residence of the Compagnia del Bigallo e della Misoricordia in Florence. The Life of Brunelleschi by Antonio Manetti. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1970; Haussmann: Paris Transformed. New York: Braziller, 1971; Filippo Brunelleschi: The Cupola of Santa Maria del Fiore. London: Zwemmer, 1980; Filippo Brunelleschi: The Buildings
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The Compagnia del Bigallo cared for pilgrims and travellers at their Ospedale di.
The Compagnia del Bigallo cared for pilgrims and travellers at their Ospedale di Santa Maria "del Bigallo" at Fonteviva. The museum is situated in the Loggia, the oratory and some of the ground and first floor rooms of the palace that stands on the corner between Via Calzaiuoli and Piazza San Giovanni. Since 1998 the Loggia del Bigallo has been run by the Museo of the Opera del Duomo. The Bigallo Madonna della Misericordia is depicted with the oldest known view of Florence, from 1352, including the Baptistery and an interesting view of the Cathedral during the construction of Santa Maria del Fiore.
Bigallo: The Oratory and Residence of the Compagnia Del Bigallo E Della Misericordia in Florence, Howard Saalman, New York University Press (2010), page 3-7. ↑ he was also responsible for some of the reliefs on the campanile next to the Duomo of Florence. H. Saalman, page 17. ↑ Detached fresco fragments are conserved in the museum. Touring Club Italiano, (1964) Firenze e dintorni, 109f. Coordinates: 43°46′21. 92″E, 4. 727472°N 1. 552556°E, 4. 727472; 1. 552556. v. t. e. Tourism in Florence.
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