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Author Marle, Raimond van, 1888-1936.

Title The development of the Italian schools of painting / by Raimond van Marle.

Published The Hague : Martinus Nijhoff, 1923-1938.


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Physical description 19 volumes : illustrations, plates ; 25 cm
Notes "With the ... death of the author, this work, which was planned to comprise 21 volumes, has had to end with the 18th."--Pref. (v.19)
Vol. 19 is General index.
Preface (v.16, 19) signed: Charlotte van Marle.
Bibliography Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents I. From the 6th until the end of the 13th century.-II. The Sienese school of the 14th century.-III. The Florentine school of the 14th century.-IV. The local schools of north Italy of the 14th century.-V. The local schools of central and southern Italy of the 14th century.-VI. Iconographical index to volumes I-V.- VII. Late Gothic painting in north Italy.-VIII. Gentile, Pisanello and late Gothic painting in central and southern Italy.-IX. Late Gothic painting in Tuscany.-X. The renaissance painters of Florence in the 15th century; the first generation.-XI. The renaissance painters of Florence in the 15th century; the second generation.-XII-XIII. The renaissance painters of Florence in the 15th century; the third generation.-XIV. The renaissance painters of Umbria.-XV. The renaissance painters of central and southern Italy.-XVI. The renaissance painters of Tuscany.-XVII. The renaissance painters of Venice: Ant. Vivarini, the Bellini, Cima, Basaiti.-XVIII. The renaissance painters of Venice: The Crivelli, B. and Alv. Vivarini, Carpaccio, etc.-XIX. General idex, by Charlotte van Marle.
Other author Marle, Charlotte van.
Subject Painting, Italian -- History.