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id,; Prato, 116; Bologna, id.;
Venice, id. ; drawings : in the
Uffizi, id. ; Ambrosiana (as Leo-
nardo), id. ; Lille (as Masaccio),
id. ; Dresden (as Rosselli), 117 ;
Louvre (as Filippo Lippi), id.;
his work (Louvre) finished by
Albertinelli, 1 26 ; pictures \vrongly
attributed to him in Borghese
gallery, 115; confounded with
Andrea del Castagno, and Masac>
cio at Florence, 73; his portrait
of Pandolfini, with characteristic
form of hand and ear, 77, note 4



LUNDBRS

Lippi, Fra Filippo, characteristic
forms, 77, 79 ; picture in the
Uffizi by, 36 ; his landscape, 81 ;
influence on Pesellino, 254, 256 ;
his portrait in Florence Academy,
77, note 4 ; his works in the
Lateran and Doria galleries, 80;
at Florence, 86, 80; Munich,
80 ; Prato, id. ; Spoleto, id. ;
Turin, id.

LOMAZZO, his "Trattato della Pit-
tura," 153 ; on a " Leda " by Leon-
ardo, id. ; on Gianpietrino, 160 ; on
B. de* Conti, 191 ; on Correggio's
**Danae,"226

LoKOHi, Luc A, follower of Rondi-
nelli, 265

LoNOONi, Cristoforo, portrait of,
by Solario, 174

LoRSNZo DA Sakseverino (the
younger), influenced by Crivelli,
276 ; liis work in London, id.

Lotto, Lorenzo, born at Venice,
297 ; settled at Treviso, id. ; docu-
ment referring to this, id.^ note
6 ; his signature, 299 ; designs for
in tarsia work, id. ; the character
of his art, 285-238, 301 ; fore-
runner of Correggio, 801 ; his
works at Rome, 235 ; (as Caracci),
298 ; (as Giorgione), 300 ; at Madrid
(as Titian), 298 ; Paris, id. ; Naples,
300 ; Florence, 237, 300 ; Recanati,
301 ; Jesi, id. ; Bergamo, id. ;
Milan, 287, 301; Venice, 301;
Asolo, 237; Alzano, 301; Tres-
corre, id. ; Munich, 237 ; London,
id.

Lttcas van Leyden, his composi-
tions made use of by Italian
painters, 104, 107, 108; so-called
portrait of himself in Florence, a
copy after B. de' Conti, 193

LuciANi, $ee Sebastiano del Piom-
BO, 40

Luini, Bernardino, 169 ; second
manner under influence of Leo-
nardo, id. ; characteristics, 170 ;
works at Rome (one as Leonardo),
169 ; Naples, 170 ; Florence, icL ;
Milan, id. ; Legnano, id. ; Saronno,
i<L ; Lugano, id. ; Como, id. ;
drawings at: Milan, 170, note 7;
Venice, id. ; Florence, id. ; Paris, id.

Lunders, Gerrit, in Borghese gal-
lery, 247



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LVTEKO



LuTEBO, Giovanni di,m« Do8so,214
LCtzow, Professor von, rightly
ascribes to Raphael portrait in
Borghese gallery, 139, note 8



Macrino j>* Alba, picture by him
at Turin, 178, note 3

Maddaleka Strozzi, portrait by
Raphael (Pitti), 118; as St.
Catherine, Borghese gallery, id,

Manni, Giannicola, his fresoo at
Florence, 30

Mantegna, Andrea, works by Bel-
lini attributed to, 261, 271 ; com-
pared with Bellini, 267 ; character-
istic forms, 78, 270 ; landscapes,
270 ; pictures wrongly ascribea to
him in Rome, 271, 272 ; his works
at Florence, 273 ; Padua, id, ;
Mantua, id,; Milan, 273, 274,
Verona, 274 ; Venice, id. ; Ber-
gamo, id, ; La Motta, id. ; con-
founded with Signorelli, 273 ;
tiortrait ascribed to him in the
Uffizi by Carotto, id,

Marcantonio, his pupils, 280;
forges DUrer's monogram, 264 ; his
engraving from a drawing by
Signorelli, 278

Marchese, Girolamo, of Cotignola,
scholar of Rondinelli, 265

Marconi, Rocco, a copy by him
after Bellini, 240, note 8

Mariette mistook a copy of a draw-
ing by Perino for Parroeggianino,
280, note; one by Sodoma for
Raphael, 231, note 7 ; on French
painters who sold copies for
originals, 314, and notes

Masaccio, confounded with Maso-
lino, 72, note 7 ; the prototype of
Fra Filippo, 72

Masolino, in the Brancaccl chapel,
72, note 7

MAZZOLiNo,LoDoviC(),his fine colour-
ing, 219 ; his works in Rome, id,

MEDiqi, GitLiANo de', his portrait
by Botticelli at Bergamo, 87

Medici, Giulio de". Cardinal, por-
trait of, by Rapoel, 55

Melon I, Altobello, pupil of Ro-
manino, 202 ; frescoes at Cre-
mona, id.

Mekos, on the sketch attributed to
Correggio, Doria gallery, 313



MORELLI

Meter, Dr. Julius, on Sebastiano
del Piombo, 45, note; on a
Madonna by Basaiti at Berlin,
282 ; his 'Life of Correggio,' 818

Michael Anoelo, influence over
Sebastiano del Piombo, 44 ; and
others, 93, 158 ; dmwings wrongly
ascribed to, 108, 130, 229^

MiLANEsi, Signer, his discoveries in
Florentine archives, 29

Minardi, Professor, estimate of
Gianpietrino, 161, note 9 ; of Leo-
nardo, id, ; of Gaudenzio Ferrari,
180

MiNOHETTi, Marco, friendship with
Signer Morelli [9] ; concurs in
ascribing a portrait in Boi^heee
gallery to Raphael, 189, note 8

MiNo da Fiesolb, portrait of, at
Chatsworth, by L. di Credi, 91,
note 4

MiRANDOLA, Pico della, his por-
trait in the Uffizi by Botticelli, 77,
note 1

MoLMENTi, Professor, on Jacopo
Bellini, 268, note

MoNTAONA, Bartolommeo, 88, 272

Monza, Antonio da, miniaturist
influenced by Leonardo, 160

Morelli, Signer, his early life and
education, [3-5] ; represented
Italian Provisional Government at
Frankfort, [6] ; his address to the
Germans, [6, 7] ; his opinion of
German art-critics and Italian con-
noisseurs, [7, 8] ; political views,
[9, 10]; took active part in war
against Austria (1865), id,; takes
to the study of art, [10] ; friend-
ship with Lastlake and Mundler,
[11] ; deputy to the Italian Par-
liament, [12]; proposes law for
conservation of works of art, [18] ;
president of a commission for
this object, [14]; efforts to reform
administration of Italian galleries,
[14-17]; raised to the Senate,
[17] ; his publications on art, [18,
19]; his acquaintance with Eu-
ropean collections, [20, 21]; im-
portance attached by him to study
of drawings, id, ; the * Raphael
sketch-book,' [22, 28]; his dis-
coveries, [22-25); vindicates Pin-
toricchio, [27]; exposes errors of
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MORETTO

to have been RaphaePs first
master, [27]; recomniencls study
of form, [32, 44, 45] ; founds a
school of criticism, [35, 3^]; his
last illness and death, [37]; be-
queaths his pictures to Bergamo,
and drawings to Dr. Frizzoni, [88] ;
portraits of him, id.

MoRETTo, Alessandro, pupil of
Ferramola, 286 ; studied the
manner of Romanino, id. ; erro-
neous views regarding him, id. ;
a picture by him at Rome, 285 ;
others at Brescia, id. ; Naples,
id. ; London, id. ; province of
Brescia, 286, note 4 ; Frankfort
and Vienna, 304 (as Pordenone)

MoRiGOiA, mentions pictures at
Milan by Cesare da Sesto, 166,
167, notes

MoRONE, GiKOLAMo, portrait of, by
Solario 176, note 7

Moroni, Giovanni Battista, pupil
of Moretto, 234, 305 ; pictures
wrongly attributed to him in
Borghesc gallery, 235, 245 : his
worKs in Rome, 305 ; Florence,
305, 306 ; Bergamo, 306 ; London,
id.

Morris Moore, his so-called Raph-
ael in the Louvre, 106; gives a
drawing to the Louvre attributed
to Signorelli, 93

MCndler, on the Madonna del
Pozzo, 39 ; on the "Donna Velata,*'
54, note 1 ; pronounces a Flemish
picture to be by L. di Credi, 91 ;
attributes pictures by Franciabigio
to Bugiardini, 96 ; the jiortrait of
Cesare Borgia to Parmeggianino,
131 ; considers a portrait by
Raphael to be Penigino's of him-
self, 139 ; on Solario, 172 ; mis-
taken in giving the " Madonnoue "
at Vaprio, the *' Vierge aux
rochers " London, and portr^t in
Ambrosiana to Leonardo, 190,
note ; his opinion of Correggio's
"Danae," 227 ; on the Bonifazios,
241 ; attributes portrait in Bor-
ghese gallery to Antonello da
Messina, 245 ; regards feeble
picture8 in Doria gallery as by
Pisanello, 255 ; attributes to
Lotto pictures in Doria gallery.
298 ; regards one as portrait of



the painter, 299 ; on a picture by
Lotto in the Rospigliosi collection,
id, ; compares Pordenone to
Rubens, 302 ; attributes so-called
portrait by Leonardo in the Doria
gallery to a Fleming, 311



NaPOLKTANO, FRANCE.SCO, pupil (?)
of Leonardo, 160; settled in Spain,
id, note 6; his works at Milan,



Valencia, Murcia (?), id. ; connec-
tion with Paolo of Arezzo, id.
Neri di Bicn, docunlent relating
to, 30

OooiONNo, Marco d*, characteristics,
164 ; confounded with ILieonardo,
id. ; his works in Rome, id. ;
Milan, 165

Obtolano, Giovanni Battista
Benvemti, called dell', 212;
imitator of Garofalo, 213 ; his
works at Ferrara, id^ , note 1 ; his
sketch-book at Bologna a forgery,
214, note 2 ; pictures in Doria
and English National Gallery not
by him, 206, 207, 213, work by,
attributed to G. da Carpi. 218,
note 1

Ottoboni, their portraits by Por-
denone at Venice, 302, note 9

Pacchia, Del, of Siena, influenced
by Genga, 96, note 4 ; Albertinolli,
id. ; and Sodoma, id. ; pictures by
Genga and Brescianino attnbuted
to him, id.

Palma Vecchio, 240, 293-297; con-
founded with other Venetian mas-
ters, 293, 294 ; influenced at one
time by Lotto, 297 ; his works in
Rome, 240, 242, 293, 294 ; Milan,
294, 296; Berlin, id.; Naples,
295 ; Paris, id. ; Florence, 241 ;
Rovigo, 296 ; Bergamo, id. ; Pe-
ghera, id., note 4 ; Dossena, id. ;
Serinalta, id. ; Vicenza, 297 ;
Venice, id. ; Duo d'Aumale's col-
lection with forged signature, 242,
note 1 ; Vienna, 241

Pamfili, Donna Olimpia, founds
Doria gallery, 251

Panetti, pupil of Cosimo Tura,
201, note 6

Paolino, Fra, works wTongly attri-



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buted to him by Crowe and Caval-
caselle, 123, 124 ; his works at
Siena, 123, note 9; Florence, 123;
Pistoia, 123, note 9

Paolo d' Arkzzo, works at Valencia
with F. Napoletano, 160, note 6

Parmegoianino, influenced by Pe-
rino del Vega, 1 50

Pascal, quotation from, 67

Passavant, attributes a fresco in S.
Onofrio at Florence to Giovanni
Spagna, 30; Madonna del Pozzo
to Franciabigio, 39 ; opinion of
female portrait ascnbed to
Raphael in Uffizi, 46 ; rightl^r
attributes female portrait in Pitti
to Raphael, 49 ; on the portrait
of Cardinals Inghirami, 58, and
Bibbiena, 59 ; as to the early
training of Bacchiacca, 102 ; on
Granacci's "St Catherine,'* 118,
note 2 ; recognises, as by Albertin-
elli, a picture ascribed to Raphael,
125, note 2 ; attributes portrait of
a Cardinal, Borghese gallery, to
Raphael, 128, note 1 ; drawings
by Perino del Vaga to Raphael,
in the Louvre, 147 ; at Windsor
(doubtfully), 146 ; at Oxford, id, ;
Vienna, 147 ; Florence, id. ;
Dresden, 148 ; ascribes a Madonna
by Cesaro da Scsto (Louvre) to
Salaino, 167 ; frescoes formerly in
the Villa Lante to Giulio Romano,
229 ; others to Perino del Vaga,
id.; on a red chalk drawing (by
Sodoma) attributed to Raphael at
Vienna, 231, note 7 ; on drawings
recalling Perino in Louvre, 232,
note 8 ; ascribes a drawing by
Signorelli to Mantegna, 273, note
6 ; a picture by Antonio Vivarini
to Foppa, 275, note 2 ; the por-
trait of Joanna of Aragon, Doria
gallery, to a pupil of Leonardo,
311 ; on the portraits of Beazzano
and Navagero, in the Doria gallery,
321

Pknxi, Francesco, 141 ; drawings
ascribed to Raphael perhaps by
him, 143, 144, note

Perino del Vaoa, 139-151, 229-
232 ; confounded with Raphael,
146-148; birth. 140; goes to
Rome, copies Michael Angelo's
frescoes, 141 ; connection with



Raphael, 142, 143 ; characteristics,
145 ; makes drawings for en-
l^vers, 147, 232 ; copies a draw-
ing by Sodoma, 232 ; letter refer-
ring to him, 149; influence on
Parmeggianino, 150 ; paintings at
Genoa, 140, note 9 ; London, id. ;
Rome, 140, 142, 143; drawings:
Vienna (as Luca Penni), 140, (as
Raphael), 145-147; Paris (as
Raphael), 146, 147; Milan, 142,
note 4 ; Florence (as Raphael),
147, note 8; Windsor, 146; Ox-
ford (as Raphael), 146, 148;
Chatsworth (as Raphael and Leo-
nardo), 148 ; Dresden (as Ra-
phael), id.

Peruoino, one of Raphael's masters,
48 ; teaches Bacchiacca, 102 ; his
characteristic drapery, 118, note 9 ;
fresco in Sistine chapel, 31 ; his
portraits of two monks at Flor-
ence, 77, note 4 ; of Alesaandro
Braccesi in Uffizi, 101 ; of a nun
(?) ascribed to Leonardo in the
Pitti, 98, note 1, 101 ; Apollo and
Marsyas in the Louvre ascribed
to Raphael, 106 ; drawing for it,
Venice, id. ; picture by Basaiti
ascribed to him, 280

Peruzzi, Baldassake, architect and
painter, 135 ; influenced by Pin-
toricchio, Sodoma, Raphael, id. ;
his study of the antique, 136 ; his
works in Rome, 135, 136; Madrid,
136 ; drawings : Paris, London,
136, notes 3, 4 ; confounded with
Bonfigli (Capitol), 135 ; with So-
doma (Louvre, Uffizi, London), 136,
notes 3 and 4 ; with Beccafumi,
Venice, 137, note 5 ; his portrait
by Raphael, 152, note 3 ; of him-
self, id.

Pesellino, Francesco, his first
master, Giuliano Pesello, 254 ;
tlien Fra Filinpo Lippi, id. ; in-
fluenced by Masaccio's frescoes,
id. ; his characteristics, 258 ; his
works : Florence (as Benozzo
Gozzoli), 254-257; Rome, 255;
Bergamo, 255-257 ; Paris, 256

Pesello, Giuliano, no works by,
known, 254 ; one by Cosimo
Rosselli attributed to him, 254, and
note 5 ; one at Bergamo, perhaps
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PsTBHS, WsNCBSLAUS, hU uTork in
Borgheoe gallery, 246

Philip II., portrait of, by Titian, at
Madrid, 810

Piazza, Galisto, called also Calisto
DA LoDi, one of a family of artists,
287 ; his works at Brescia, id. ;
Milan, 287, 288; in the Yal
Camonica, id. ; at Breno. JSsine,
Ciridate, 287 ; Padna, id. ; St
Petersburg, t^., note 7; at Co-
dogno, 288

Piazza, Scipione, brother and
assistant of Galisto; picture at
Bergamo, 287, note 6

Pico dblla Mirandola, $ee Miran-
DOLA, 77, note 4

PiERi, Stkfano, imitator of Bron-
zino, 181

PiETRO DA MsssiNA, imitator of
Gima, 277 ; his works at Florence
(as Gima), Venice (as Bellini),
277; Padua (as Jacopo da Yalen-
za).ttf.

PiNTORiccHio, Bernardino Betti,
called, influenced by Fiorenzo di
Lorenzo, 114, and note 4 ; charac-
teristics, id; of his draperv, 118,
note 9 ; one of Raphael s first
masters, 48 ; court painter to
Alexander VI., 133 ; his portraits
in Gastle of S. Angelo, 188, note
9 ; confounded with Grivelli and
Giovanni Spagna in Borghese
gallery, 114 ; drawing for his
frescoes at Siena wrongly ascribed
to Raphael, 234 ; those in ' Ra-

Ehael's Sketch-book * at Venice by
im, [22, 28]

PiSANELLO, VlTTORE PiSANO, Called,

his importance, 267 ; fresco at
Verona, id.

Pis AN I, Niccol6, work at Bologna,
222, note 7 ; in the Brera, showing
influence of Garofalo, id.

PoLiDORO DA Caravaooio, portraits
by Raphael attributed to him by
some, 816 ; frescoes in Rome, 817;
overrated by Vasari, 318

PoLLAJUOLO, Antonio del, his in-
fluence over Signorelli, 93 ; his
drawings in UfHzi attributed to
Signorelli, id.

PoNTE DA, see Bassano, 238

Pontormo, Jacopo Carucci, called,
Andrea del Sarto his master, 129,



note 8 ; his characteristios, 129 ;
in Borghese gallery, as Bronzino
and Raphael, 128-180; in Bar-
berini as Peruzzi, 180 ; his works
at Florence, 129, note 8, 180;
Bei^nmo, 129, note 8; drawings:
at Florence (one as Raphael), 180 ;
Rome, id. ; (3hat8worth (as Michael
Angelo), id.

PORDBNONB, GlOVAN AnTONIO Re-

oiLLO DA, 801-805 : compared with
Rubens by Mttndler, 802; his
character, tc^. ; his signature, id.,
and 808 ; his portraits, 802, note
9 ; confounded with Moretto, 304 ;
his works at Pordenone, 802 ;
Venice, id., note 9, and 804 ; La
Motta, 802 ; Sussignana, id. ;
Greroona, id. ; Rome, 308 ; S. Sal-
vadore, near Gonegliano, 804 ; Pia-
cenza, id. ; Treviso, id. ; drawings
at Venice, 305 ; London, id. ;
Paris (as Palma), id. ; Ghatsworth
(as Giorgione), id.

Porta, Baccio dblla, see Fra
Bartolommeo, 126

Potter, Paul, picture attributed to,
in Borghese ^leiT, 247

P0U88IN, Gaspar Duohet, called,
his pictures in Doria gallery, 252

Pratese, Pibko di Lorenzo, the
author probably of altar-piece in
London ascribea to Pesellino, 257

Predis, Ambrogio db, discovered by
the author, 181 ; signed portrait
at Vienna, 180 ; mentioned in a
document of 1482, 185 ; portrait-
painter of Lodovico Sforza, id. ;
accompanies him to Innsbruck,
187 ; his first master, Ghristo-

Ehorus de Predis, 188 ; influenced
y school of Foppa, 189 ; by Leo-
nardo, id. ; his characteristics, 180,
note 8, 189, note 7 ; his pictures
Vienna, 180; Milan, 186-189
Bergamo, 187, 188 ; Florence, 188
London, 186 ; Berlin, 189, note
7; drawings: Venice, 187, note
4 ; Florence (as Leonardo), 177,
note 8

Predis, Ghristophorus db, miniatu-
rist, 188 ; work at Turin, id, , note 6

Preti, Matteo, contounded by Dr.
Bode with A de Predis, 182

PuLioo,DoMENico,liis works in Rome
and Florence, 128, and note 7



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FUL8KY



PuLSKY, Herr von, on a drawing by
Sodoma at Pestli, attributed by
him to Raphael, 281

PuppiNi, BiAOio, a Bolognese paint-
er, influenced by Dosso and Garo-
falo, 222



Raibolini, FRAKOEscOyMtf Fbancia,
194

Raiibnohi, Bartoloiimeo, see
Baonaoavallo, 242

Raphael, his first master, 48 ; con-
nection with Leonardo, 49; with
Fra Bartoloromeo, 50 ; influence
on Sebastiano del Piombo, 42;
his portrait by Sebastiano at La
Motta, 43, note 5 ; his form of
ear, 87, 77, note 4 ; of hand, 48,
51 ; other characteristics, 37, 88,
48-59, 79 ; his genuine pictures :
** Madonna del Cardellino," 87;
'* Marriage of the Virgin," id. ;
"Madonna de* Tempi,*' id.; Lord
Cowper's Madonna, id. ; "Madonna
di Foligno," 41 ; "del Granduca,"
48; "Maddalena Doni," 49; the
** Donna gravida " 48 ; Dei altar-
piece, 50 ; " Madonna della Seg-
giola,** 61 ; " Ecce Homo,'* Brescia,
id. ; " St. Sebastian," Bergamo,
id.; Madonna in Bridgewater
gallery, id. ; " Donna Velate," 61-
54, 77, note 4 ; " Madonna di San
Sisto," 62, 822; "St. Cecilia,"
54, 315 ; portraits : of Leo X., 55,
77, note 4, 129 ; Julius II., 56, and
note 2 ; others at Volterra, 69 ;
Rome, 77. note 4, 188, 319-328 ;
Madrid, 322; Paris, 811, 822;
earlier ones on wood, later on
canvas, 822 ; fresco portraits of
Sodoma and Peruzzi, 162, note 8 ;
the "Vision of Ezekiel,** only
composed by him, 67 ; " Galatea,
79; ** Coronation of the Vir^n,"
189; his frescoes in the Vatican,
148, 144, note; the '^Famesina,"
148, note 6 ; drawings : in the
Louvre, 118, note 1, and 187;
UflBzi, 137, 233; Oxford, 187;
British Museum, 51, 137 ; Due
d'Aumale's collection, 137 ; Vien-
na, id.; Mr. Malcolm*8 collection,
id. ; Cassel, id., note 6 ; Milan,
79, 144, note ; Cologne, 148, note



ROMANO

6; pictures wrongly ascribed to
him, 38, 89, 40, 44, 46. 58, 91,
105, 106, 181, 184, 189, 176;
drawings wrongly ascribed to him,
88, note 1, 96, 99, note 8, 106, 180,
187, note 6, 148, note 6, 146-148,
155, note 8, 169, 230 282, 284

Reoillo, see Pordenone, 801

Reiset, his catalogue of the Louvre,
107, note 9, 186, note 4, 145, 146,
158, note 8, 178, note 1

RiCHTER, Dr. J. P., his work on
Leonardo, 21, 152, note 6, 178; on
the " Leda," in the Borghese gal-
lery, 154 ; his knowledge of the
Veronese school, 288, note 4

RiDOLFi, confounds Dosso with Gior-
gione, 216, note 6 ; on pictures by
Titian, 288, 239

Rio, M., attributes picture in Vati-
can to Cesare da Sesto, 166

RoBBiA, LuoA DELLA, introduced the
**Tondo," 88

RoBERTi, Ercole, assistant of Cossa
at Bologna, 221 ; his picture in
the Brera, 222, note 8

Robinson, Sir J. C, ascribes drawing
by Peruzzi to Sodoma, 186, note
8 ; his catalogue of the Malcolm
collection, id.^ 137, note 6 ; of the
Oxfoitl drawings, 106, 146, 148,
166, 231

RoBUSTi, Marietta, portraits by
Madrid, 200

Rolf anino, Girolamo, his colouring,
288 ; characteristic portrait by, at
Brescia, 77, note 4 ; his relation
to Moretto, 284 ; his works : at
Rome, 288 ; Brescia, id, 284 ;
Padua, id. ; Verona, id. ; Cremona,
id. ; London, 283 ; in the province
of Brescia, id., note 1 ; his-draw-
ings: in the Uflizi, 284, note
2 ; Ambrosiana, id. ; at Chats-
worth, id. (as Giulio Romano)

Romano, Giulio, characteristics, 148,
note 6 ; Raphael's *' Vision of
Ezekiel,** probably executed by
him, 57 ; his paintings at Rome
and Naples, 143, note 6 ; others
attributed to Raphael at Florence,
id. ; Rome, id. ; Naples, id. ; Paris,
id. ; Madrid, id. ; to Bagnaca-
vallo, at Paris, 146, note; draw-
ings to Raphael, at Paris, 144,
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Florence, 144, note; Vienna, id.;
Cliatsworth (under right name),
145, note

RoNDiNELLi, Niccol6, character-
istics, 264 ; works by liira with
Bignature of Bellini, Rome, 264 ;
Paris, 27, 264; Florence, 264;
others by him in Rome, 266 ;
Venice, id. ; Ravenna, id. ; ForU,
id.; Milan, id.

RoftsELLi, CosiMo, master of P. di
Cosirao, 119, 124 ; his work in
the Uffizi, 254, note 6 ; others
attributed to him in Florence,
120, note 6

Rosso, FiORENTiNo, manner of draw-
ing, 142

RosT, a Fleming, wove tapestry from
Bacchiacca's cartoons, 103

Ri^cKERT, his friendship with Mo-
relli, [4]

Rum OH It, Baron, on portraits as-
cribed to Leonardo at Milan* 183,
185 ; and on Madonna at St.
Petersburg, 184 ; on the use of
oil as a vehicle, 185 ; Jiis false
estimate of Lotto, 301

S ABBATiNi, Andrea, pupil of Cesare
da Sesto, 168, note 6 ; his works
at Naples, id.

Salaino, pupil of Leonardo, 160 ; no
works by him known, 164 ; con-
founded by some with Solano,
172; pictures wrongly ascribed to
him, 161, 167

Salerno, Andrea da, 176

Salviati, Francesco, in hisjwrtraits
resembles Bronzino, 133, note 1

Sanseverino, Lorenzo da, see
Lorenzo, 276

Santa Crock, Girolamo da, imi-
tator of Cima, 277 ; his works at
Venice and Bergamo with forged
signature of Cima, 278

Santi, Giovanni, father of Raphael,
250, note 1 ; pupil of Fioreuzo di
Lorenzo, id.; works of his school
Ovscribed to Timoteo Viti, id. ;
drawing by him at Windsor, as
Botticelli, id.

Sanzio, see Raphael, 137.

Sarto, Andrea del, his works in
Florence, 111 ; his monogram,
127, note 6 ; works wrongly as-
cribed to, in Borghesc and Doria



SI6N0RELLI

^lleries, id.; confounded with a
German painter, id.; with Puligo,
128

Savoldo, Gieolamo, works in Rome,
245, 246 ; Milan. 246 ; Brescia,
id., note 7 ; Verona, id. ; Venice,
id. ; Florence, 246 ; Turin, id.

Savonarola, portrait of, at Flo-
rence, 115 ; in Vienna, not of
him, id. J note 6

Scarsellino, in Borghese gallery,
220; in the Doria, 252; in the
Pitti, 240

Schiavone, Gregorio, influence on
Crivelli, 276

ScioRiNA, Lorenzo dello, imitator
of Bronzino, 131

SciPiONE, DA Gaeta, portrait by,
ascribed to Tintoretto, 289

Scorel, Jan, picture by Sodoma at
Frankfort ascribed to, by Dr. Bode,
159, note 4

Sebastiano del Piombo, his charac-
teristics. 41, 42, note 4, 43-45;
author of the " Fornarina," Uffizi
gallery, 41-45 ; Violin player, 41,
42 ; his works : at Florence, 41 ;
Rome, 41, 44, note 7, 77, note 4 ;
Venice (early picture in the collec-
tion of Sir H. Layai-d), 42, 277 ;
others at Venice, 40-42; LaMotta,
43, and note 5 (as Raphael) ; Berlin,
43, 44, note 7 ; Paris (as Raphael),
44 ; drawings: at Lille (as Titian),
42, note 4 ; Chatsworth (as Titian
and Giorgione), 44, note 6 ; Paris,
id. ; influenced l»y Cima, 42 ;
Giorgione, id. ; Raphael, id. ;
Michael Angelo, id , and 44

Sforza, Bianca Maria, her portrait,
(?) by de Predis in the Ambrosiana,
182, note 4 ; at Berlin, 189, note 7

Sforza, Giovanni Galeazzo, sup-
posed portrait in the Ambrosiana
ascribed to Leonardo, 182, note 5;
his portrait l)elonging to Count
Porro, Milan, 186, note 1

Sforza, Lodovico, portrait by A. de
Predis, Milan, 186

Sforza, Massimiliano. miniature
of, at Milan, by A. de Predis, 186;
portrait, Bergamo, 188 ; in Brera
and Ambrosiana by B. de* Conti,
77, note 4, 193

SiONoRELLi, Luca, his works at
Rome, 92 ; Orvieto, id. ; Berlin, id. ;



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80DOMA

Mont' Oliveto, id.; Perugia, id.;
Borgo S. Sepolcro, id, ; Cortona,
id. ; Urbino, id. ; Volterra, id. ;
Milan, id. ; Florence, 93 ; his
characteristics, id. ; his fomi of
ear, 77 ; his drawings in Louvre,
93; British Museani, icL; Windsor
(under name of Masaccio), id. ;
one vrrongly attributed to him in
Louvre, id. ; drawings by Polla-
jnolo (Uffizi) ascribed to him, id. ;
his design for Marcantonio's en-
graving ascribed to Mautegna, 273

SoDOMA, GioVAN Antonio Bazzi,
called, 151-159, 230-232; works
by, attributed to other painters,
159 ; summoned to Rome, 151 ;
portrait by Raphael, Vatican, 152,
and note 3 ; his importance as an
artist, 157 ; characteristics, 155,
note 9, 230, note 6 ; his landscapes,
154, note 6 ; his paintings: Rome,
186, note 3, 151, 154, note 7, 155,
156; Siena, 151, 153, 157, 158;
Florence, 157 ; Vaprio (as Leo-
nardo), id.; Turin, id., and 159,



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