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World History 10 project for Mrs. Tyau.
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100 Picks for this project

1.  "Allegory" by Filippino Lippi



2. Dome of the Florence Cathedral

by Filippo Brunelleschi



3. "Four Saints" by Nanni Di Banco. Florence 

4. "Story of Jacob and Esau"

by Lorenzo Ghiberti. Florence.


5"Pala Degli Otto" by Filippino Lippi.

Uffizi, Florence. 


6. "St. Jerome" by Filippino Lippi. Uffizi, Florence. 

7. "Madonne del roseto" (Terracotta)

by Luca Della Robbia. Florence


8. "Agony in the Garden" (Terracotta)

by Andrea Della Robbia. Louvre


9. "Judith" by Giovanni Della Robbia. (Terracota)




10. "Portrait Bust of Marietta Strozzi. Desiderio Da

Settignano. Staatliche, Berlin. 


11. "Mary's Presentation in the Temple" (Fresco)

by Paolo Uccello. Duomo, Prato.


12. "Resurrection of Christ" (Stain glass)

by Paolo Uccello. Duomo, Florence


13. "The Stigmatization of St. Francis"

by Domenico Veneziano. Nat'l, Washington, D.C. 


14. "The Ghent Altarpiece" by Jan Van Eyck and

Hubert Van Eyck.


15. "Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife" 

by Jan Van Eyck and Hubert Van Eyck


16. "The Madonna with Canon Van Der Paele"

by Jan Van Eyck and Hubert Van Eyck. 


17. "Annunciation" by Robert Campin. Brussels. 


18. "St. John Altarpiece" by Rogier Van Der

Weyden. Berlin.


19. "Hell" (Oil beaux-arts) by Dieric the Elder

Bouts. Lille.


20. "Christ in the House of Simon"

by Dieric the Elder Bouts. Berlin.


21. "Adoration of the Shepherds by

Hugo Van Der Goes. Berlin


22. "The Death of the Virgin" by Hugo

Van Der Goes. Bruges.

23. "Portinari Triptych" by Hugo Van Der Goes. 


24. "Last Judgment Triptych" (Oil)

by Hans Memling. Gdansk.

25. "St. Ursula Shrine" by Hans Memling. Burges. 


26. "The Seven Deadly Sins" (Oil)

by Hieronymus Bosch. Prado, Madrid.


27. "The Fall of Man and the Expulsion

from the Garden of Eden"by Michelangelo. Sistine Chapel.


28. "Adam" by Tullio Lombardo.

Mocenigo, Venice.


29. "Monument of Pietro Mocenigo"

by Pietro Lombardo. Mocenigo, Venice.

30. "Pieta" by Michelangelo. 1499, Rome. 


31. "David" by Michelangelo. 


32. "Moses" by Michelangelo. 

33. "Tomb of Giuliano De Medici" by Michelangelo. 


34. "The Last Judgment" by Michelangelo.

St. Peter's, Rome.


35. "Pieta" by Michelangelo. 1550. Cathedral,



36. "Prudence - Tomb of Francis II of Brittany and

his Wife Marguerite de Foix" by Michel Colombe


37. "The Judgment of Paris" by Lucas Cranach

the Elder


38. "Eastern Door of the Baptistry" (Bronze)

by Lorenzo Ghiberty. Florence. 


39. "Judgment of Salomon" by Nanni De Bartolo.

Palazzo Ducale, Venice.


40. "Adoration of the Magi" by Fra Filippo Lippi. National, Washington, D. C. Aka Cook

tondo, or National tondo.


41. "Virgin with the Child and Scenes from the Life of St. Anne" by Fra Filippo Lippi. Palatina,

Florence. From the Bartolini Tondo.


42. "Portrait of a Man and a Woman at a

Casement Poster" by Fra Filippo Lippi.

Metropolitan, New York.

43. "Holy Trinity" by Hans Multscher. Frankfurt. 


44. "St. Peter is Walking on the Water"

(Tempera) by Luis Borrassa. Sant Pere, Terrasa.

45. "Altar of Giacomo" St. Mark, Venice. 

46. "Portrait of a Man with a Medal" by Botticelli. 


47. "Birth of Venus" by Botticelli. 


48. "Madonna and Child Enthroned with

Six Saints" by Botticelli. Aka Sant Ambrogio altarpiece.

49. "St. Sebastian" (Panel) by Andrea Mantegna. 


50. "The Discovery of Honey" (Panel) by

Piero Di Cosimo.


51. "Palazzo Medici" by Michelozzo.

Riccardi, Florence.



52. "The Holy Trinity with the Virgin and

St. John's" (Fresco) by Masaccio. Florence.


53. The Tribute Money" by Masaccio.

Sta. Maria Del Carmine, Florence.

54. "The Expulsion from Paradise" by Masaccio. 


55. "Madonna Enthroned" by Masaccio.

National, London.


56. "Madonna Enthroned" by Fra Filippo Lippi.

National, Rome. Aka the Novitiate altarpiece.



    100 Picks, continued

    57.  "The Annunciation" by Fra Angelico.S.

    Marco, Florence.



    58. "The Discovery and Proving of the True Cross"

    by Piero Della Francesca. Arezzo.


    59. "The Last Supper" by Andrea Del Castagno.


    60. "David" by Andrea Del Castagno. 


    61. "Palazzo Rucellai" by Leone Battista Albert.

    Rimini. Florence.

    62. "The Tempest" by Giorgione. Venice. 

    63. "Pope Leo X with His Nephews Cardinal

    Giulio de Medici and Luigi De Rossi"

    by Raphael. Uffizi, Florence.

    64. "St. John the Baptist" by Bartolome Ordonez. 

    65. "Bacchanal of the Andrians" by Titian 


    66. "Hercules and Antaeus" by Antonio Del

    Pollaiuolo. National, Florence.


    67. "Battle of Ten Naked Men" (Engraving) by

    Antonio Del Pollaiuolo


    68. "Putto with Dolphin" by Andrea Del Verrocchio.

    Palazzo Vecchio, Florence.


    69. "St. James Led to His Execution" by

    Andrea Mantegna. Padua.


    70. "Madonna and Saints" (panel) by Giovanni

    Bellini. S. Zaccarina, Venice. 


    71. "An Old Man and His Grandson" by Domenico

    Ghirlandaio. Louvre.


    72. "The Delivery of the Keys" (Fresco) by

    Pietro Perugino.


    73. "The Damned Cast into Hell" by Luca

    Signorelli. S. Brizio Chapel, Orviejo?.


    74. "The Virgin of the Rocks" by Leonardo

    Da Vinci. Louvre. 

    75. "The Last Supper" by Leonardo Da Vinci. 

    76. "Mona Lisa" by Leonardo Da Vinci. 


    77. "The Tempietto" by Donato Bramante. S. Pietro

    in Montorio, Rome. 


    78. "The Descent from the Cross"" by

    Rosso Fiorentino.


    79. "The Madonna with the Long Neck"

    by Parmigianino. Uffizi, Florence. 


    80. "The Creation of Adam" by Michelangelo.

    Sistine Chapel.


    81. "Christ Before Pilate" by Tintoretto.

    Scuola Di San Rocco, Venice.

    82. "The Annunciation: Virgin and Child

    with Angels" by Matthias Grunewald.


    83. "Madonna Del Granduca" by Raphael.

    Pitti Palace, Florence.


    84. "School of Athens" (Fresco) by Raphael.

    Vatican, Rome.


    85. "Galatea, 1513" by Raphael. Villa Farnesina,



    86. "Madonna with Members of the Pesaro Family"

    by Titian./ Church of the Feari?, Venice.


    87. "Man with the Glove" by Titian. 


    88. "Paul III and His Grandsons" by Titian. 


    89. "Christ Crowned with Thorns" by Titian. 


    90. "The Crucifixion - Isenheim Altarpiece" by Matthias Grunewald.


    91.  "Adam and Eve" (Engraving) by Albrecht Durer.


    92. "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" by Albrecht Durer.


    93. "Self-Portrait" by Albrecht Durer. 


    94. "Knight, Death and Devil" by Albrecht Durer. 

    95. "Four Apostles" by Albrecht Durer.  


    96. "Erasmus of Rotterdam" by Hans Holbein

    the Younger.

    97.  "Francis I" by Jean Clouet. 

    98.  "Death and the Miser" (Oil) by

    Hironymus Bosch.National, Washington, D.C.

    99.  "Ship of Fools" (Oil) by Hironymus Bosch.

    Louvre, Paris.


    100. "The Garden of Delight" by Hironymus Bosch.



    101. "Adoration of the Magi" (Engraving) by Martin

    Schongauer. Staatliche, Berlin.


    102. "Temptation of St. Anthony" (Engraving) by

    Martin Schongauer. Budapest.


    103. "Madonna, Child and Saints" by Master of the

    Mascoli Altar. Mascoli Chapel, San Marco, Venice.


    104. "Coronation of the Virgin" by Jacobello Del Fiore. Gallerie Dell 'Accademia, Venice. 


    105. "Justice Between the Archangels Michael

    and Gabriel" by Jacobello Del Fiore. Venice.


    106. "Madonna and Child and a Devotee"

    by Niccolo Di Pietro. Accademia, Venice.


    107. "Adoration of the Magi" by Gentile

    Da Fabriano.


    108. "Presentation of Christ in the Temple" by

    Gentile Da Fabriano.


    109. "Quaratesi, Altarpiece: St. Nicholas and Three

    Maidens"by Gentile Da Fabriano


    110. "Quaratesi Altarpiece: St. Nicholas Saves A?

    Storm -- Tossed Ship" by Gentile Da Fabriano.


    111. "The Annunciation with Two Kneeling Donors

    by Fra Filippo Lippi. Rome.



      Resource Highly Recommended by Mrs. Tyau

      Google and Other Searches

      If/When you conduct a regular Google search, include in your search to increase your chances of finding a reliable, reputable, scholarly source. See Google Guide Quick Reference: Google Advanced Operators (Cheat Sheet) for a plethora of search limiters.

      Advanced  Google Scholar  - Search hint: When searching the title of your artwork, put it in quotation marks. Also, add your artist's name to your search, since there may be more than one piece with the same title.


        Background Information

        Note: Remember as you search that there may be variations of your artist's name, or other artists with the same or similar name. 

        Background Information for Your Proposal

        Go to Gale eBooks to access these ebooks. If you're off-campus, you'll need your User ID and password.

        Renaissance: An Encyclopedia for Students and

        Arts and Humanities Throughout the Eras

        for background information on your artist.

        You can access Encyclopedia Britannica Online - Academic Version and the public library's ebook collections, including Gale Reference Virtual Library, with your public library card.

        More background Information

        Wikipedia: See to see why you should NOT cite Wikipedia itself for this project. However, check for background information that should be helpful. Wikipedia maintains (usually) excellent links (at the bottom of the pages), and their Wikimedia Commons is a good place to find copyright-free photos (to which the photographer must still be given credit).

        See Wikipedia+ for Wikipedia and a nice array of other background resources.


          Scholarly Sources in Print

          Scholarly art, architecture, or art history books

          on reserve

          History of Art by H. W. Janson,709

          History of Architecture by Sir Banister Fletcher, 720

          Art History by Marilyn Stokstad, 709, and

          Art, A History of Painting, Sculpture, Architecture (2 vols.), Hartt, 709

          The Encyclopedia of Sculpture (3 vols), Bostrom, 735.2303

          Great Masterpieces of World Art, Field, 704.94

          The History of World Sculpture, Bazin, 730

          Illustrated Dictionary of Historic Architecture, Harris, 720.321

          Italian Renaissance Sculpture, Pope-Hennessey, 730.92

          2000 Years of Christian Art, Newton and Neil, 704.9482

          Understanding Architecture, Roth, 720

          Various individual artists’ books (use iPAC to locate)

          Scholarly Web Resources

          Here are some stellar sites:



          Search EBSCO

          See Ms. Lindsay for Seabury User ID and password


          Remember that your public library card will give you access to many more online databases.

          See Ms. Lindsay for an application, or go directly to your nearest library.



          Creative Commons Image Search - HANDY search tool with 4 options: (1) reuse; (2) commercial reuse; (3) reuse with modification; (4) commercial reuse with modification

          Creative Commons Search - search many different sites: Google, Flickr, Open Clip Art Library, Fotopedia, Europeana, Google Images, Wikimedia Commons, YouTube, Pixabay, SoundCloud

          Google advanced image search

          To change picture properties in Microsoft Word, double click (Mac) or right-click (pc) to Format picture or Insert Caption.

          How to Insert Pictures in Word 2007 (with more advanced options)

 for free creative commons pictures (automatically includes attribution/credit). For adding an image to a document,    Command click (Mac) or Right-click (pc) over picture to view options (instead of copying/embedding code for a  blog).


            Accessing JStor via our Hawaii State Library account

            "Q: What is JSTOR?  

            A: JSTOR was founded in 1995 to build trusted digital archives for scholarship. Today, we enable the scholarly community to preserve their work and the materials they rely upon, and to build a common research platform that promotes the discovery and use of these resources." (From JStor Frequently Asked Questions)

            How to get there: Go to JSTOR (you will need your library card, or you can visit the library.)

            Best practices:

                                 1. Select Content I can access.

                                 2. Choose View PDF


            Screenshot from JStor FAQ:


                            3. Register for a JStor account via our Hawaii State Library account.


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