September 13, 2020
On this day (13 September) in 1470, the Badia of Florence acquired a new artwork by the Tuscan sculptor, Mino da Fiesole (Mino di Giovanni).

May 11, 2020
The Dragon in Italian Art and Architecture: Past to Present.

May 4, 2020
A Case of Teenage Diplomacy: Galeazzo Maria Sforza’s First Impression of the Medici Palazzo

December 22, 2019
On This Day (22 December) in 1490 the Capella Maggiore of Santa Maria Novella was Opened.

December 9, 2019
Living in a Material World: Brocade Fabrics in Quattrocento Florentine Art

November 18, 2019
Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow: Women’s Headgear and Hairstyles in Quattrocento Italy.

October 6, 2019
On this day, 6 October 1478, the plague had made its way to Florence.

September 30, 2019
On this day (30 September) in 1487, Luca Landucci, the apothecary and Florentine diarist, informs us that the relics of Saint Jerome,“were taken from the altar of the Cross at Santa Maria del Fiore and were set in silver and gold, very richly, at a great cost; and then a fine procession was made, and they were replaced in the said chapel with much reverence.

July 22, 2019
Fra Diamante: Quattrocento Art, Imprisonment and Changing Spirituality

March 3, 2019
The Man of Sorrows

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