cimbeni, 1 53 (note ^).
Storia Letteraria della Liguria^ by
G. B. Spotorno, 44 (note 1).
Strong, S. Arthur Critical Studies,
etc., 369; Drawings in the collec-
tion of the Earl of Pembroke, 160
Struggle for the Standard, The, by
Leonardo da Vinci, 99 (note ^).
Strutt, E. C. Fra Filippo Lippi, 105
Subiaco, Church of S. Francesco at
Frescoes, 115 (note ^), 376.
Supino, Igino Benvenuto L'Arte del
Rinascitnento nel Primaziale di
Pisa, 228 (notes ^ ^), 231 (note *).
Supplement aux Melanges d'Archeol.
et d^Histoire, by G. B. de Rossi, 79
Swinburne, Algernon Charles Essays
and Studies, 27 ; Songs'before Sun-
rise, 179 (note ^).
Symonds, John Addington Bazzi's
Monte Oliveto frescoes, 105 (note ^) ;
6". Sebastian banner, 173, 174.
Tamagni (Vincenzo di Bartolommeo
Chelis) Debt to Bazzi, 96, 116,
286; paintings, 96, 97, loi, 344;
pupil of Bazzi, 96, 239.
Tamagni family, 103, 117.
Tana, Tomaso Death of, 44, 45 ;
pictures by Spanzotto in memory
of, 43. 44-
Tanfani Centofanti (or Tanfani), Leo-
poldo Delia Chiesa di S. Maria
del Pontemtovo, 233 (note ^); Notizie
de'' Artisti. Tratte dei Documenti,
Pisoni, 3, 228 (note ^).
Tarlatti, Guido, Bishop of Arezzo, 81
Tarver, J. C. Tiberius the Tyrant,
24 (note *).
Termino, Antonio Stanze di diverst
Autori, 1 54 (note).
Tiberius the Tyrant, by J. C. Tarver,
24 (note 1).
Tim.es, The Use of name " Razzi," i
Tiraboschi Storia della Letteratura
Italiana, 6 (note -), 1 54 (note).
Titles : see titles Cavalier and Count
Tizio, Sigismondo Historiarum Sen-
ensium MS. : Birthplace of Bazzi,
6 ; Biringucci, Vannoccio di Paolo,
216 (note ^) ; Cappella di Piazza,
Siena, 207 (note ^), Christ at the
Column, 129; Descent from, the
Cross, The, 70 ; information re life
of Agostino Chigi, 108 (note ^).
Tjzoni, family of de', 2, 3, 4, 5 (note).
Tizoni, Francesco de', 5, 30, 257.
Tizoni, name of Adoption by Bazzi,
2, 3, 4, 159, 228, 295 (note 1).
Tolomei, The Blessed Bernardo
Fresco, 194, 195, 341.
Tolomei, Francesco Cappella di
Piazza, Siena, 208, 320, 322, 323 ;
frescoes in the Palazzo Pubblico,
Siena, 194, 312.
Tondi, Giovanbattista di Jacomo
Palazzo Pubblico frescoes, 214, 312.
Toscani family Portrait of a lady of
the, 59, 338.
Transfiguration, The, by Girolamo
Genga, 116, 370.
Transformation, by Nathaniel Haw-
thorne, 1 27 (note ^).
Trappolino, Niccolo Letter, 1 5
(note 1), 67 (note 2), 339.
Trattato delta Pittura, by Cennino
Cennini, 15 (note ^).
Trattato dell' Arte della Pittura e
delta Sculttira, by Gio. Paolo Lo-
mazzo, 1 39 (note ^).
Treatise on Painting in possession of
Trequanda.Castellodi Fresco of 7)%^
Ascension, 200 (note 1), 215, 350.
Trinity, The by Giovanni Maria
Trinity with Madonna and Saints,
The Drawing, 182 (note ^), 364.
Trissini, family of, of Lodi Painters,
Trissino, Giovanni, da Lodi Paint-
ings at Vercelli, 33.
Triumph of Neptune, The Fresco at
Monte Oliveto Maggiore, loi.
Tucci, Giovanni Maria, pupil of
Bazzi Work, 234, 239.
Turchi, Francesco Lettere facete e
piacevoti, 67 (note ^), 126 (note i),
154 (note), 238,339.
Turi di Pilli Apprentices at the
Duomo, Siena, 125 (note ^).
Turin "Ancona," by Macrino d'Alba^
83 (note 1) ; Genealogy of the Ma-
donna, 46 (note 1) ; Lucre tia, by
Bazzi, 165, 353 ; Virgin and Child
with Saints, 221, 353.
Tuscan Art Influence of, 69,70,79, 80.
Uffizi Pictures and drawings, 61
(note -), 67, 102 (note i), 139, 175,
177, 214 (note ^), 220, 225 (note),
226, 253, 254, 346, 348, 351, 363-5,
386, 390, 398.
Ugurgieri-Azzolini, Padre Isidoro
Le Pompe Sanesi, i (note -), 22,
Ulman, Yi.MS. Notes, 218 (note ).
Umbria Artists from, 110; influence
of art school, 58, 80, 83, 348.
Una Famiglia di Artisti Casalesi,
etc. : see Negri.
Une vue inedite de Rome en 1459, by
A. Geffroy, 79 (note *).
Urbino, Duke of Owner of race-
horses, 119 (note 2), 120, 291.
Vallardi, L. G. La Contessa di
Cellant, 37 (note 1).
Vanni, Francesco Finishes Bazzi's
work at S. Domenico, Siena, 181,
182 ; parentage, 15.
Vaprio, d'Adda La Madonnone in
the Villa Melzi, 169, 379.
Vasari, Giorgio Vite dei piii Eccel-
lenti Pittori, etc. : The Life of Bazzi^
I (note '), 2 (note ^), 6, 8, 10-13, Ht
15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 26, 56,
57, 58, 61, 63-5, 67, 68 (note 1). 7o
(note -), 72, 73, 75 (note ^) , 76
(note 1), 78, 81 (note 1), 82 (note i),
85 (note % 88, 90, 91, 93 (note 1),
94, 95. 96 (note ), 97 (note <), 100,
105, 107, 112, 114, 116 (note *), 122
(note 3), 123, 124, 125 (note i), 128,
131. 133. 139 (note 2), 144, 145, 147,
150, 151 (note *), 152, 161 (note i)
165 (note ), 171 (note ), 175, 176
177 (note *), 178 (note i), 180
(note 1), 181 (note i), 182, 183,
184 (note 1), 189, 190, 192 (note '),
194 (note *), 198 (note *), 201
(note *), 203 (note *), 204, 214, 217,
218 (note *), 219 (note ^), 220
(note 1), 224 (note ^), 225 (note '),
226 (note 2), 227, 228 (notes S ^),
234 (note ), 235, 238, 239, 240, 243
(note '), 244, 245, 246, 249, 251
(note ^), 252 (notes \ *), 263, 286,
343. 344, 384, 385 ; ^^P of Becca-
fumi, The, 16 (note ^), 61.
Vatican Artists employed at the, 1 10;
frescoes by Bazzi, date of execution,
107, no, description of, no, in,
destruction of, ni, 112, 114, 131,
133, 134, list of, ni (note i), 350;
payment for, 109; time occupied,
Veneziano, Agostino Engraving of
Alexander and Roxana attributed
Ventura di Ser Giuliano, 125 (note ^).
Venturi, Adolfo Farnesina, The, 139
(note) ; letter of Bazzi to Duke of
Ferrara, 164 (note ^); S. Hotnobonus
giving Alms, 166 (note '), 353.
Verani, Padre Tomaso Picture dedi-
cated by the Tana family, 43.
Vercelli Art centre, 5, 35, 51;
Bazzi's connection with, i, 6,
8, 31, home at, 30, 31, departure
from, 53, 55, paintings at, 49, 52,
53i 354i 379 ; Martino Spanzotto
and Giovanni Trissino's paintings
in S. Paolo, 33, 39.
Vergelle Supposititious birthplace
of Bazzi, 7.
Verona, Fra Giovanni da Wood-
carving at Monte Oliveto Maggiore,
Verzelli : see Vercelli.
Vesme, Conte A. Baudi di Archivio
Storico delV Arte, references to
Spanzotto and his paintings, 33
(note ), 34, 35 (note ), 36 (note %
39 (note *), 40, 43, 44, 49 (note ),
267 (note 1).
Virgin and Child pictures : see Ma-
Vita de B. Pietro Pettinaio, La, by
Luigi de Angelis, 70 (note '), 71
(note 1), 87 (note 1).
Vita di Benvenuto Cellini, La, 154
Viti,Timoteo Alexander and Roxana,
sketch owned by, 140 (note ') ;
pictures and drawings attributed
to, 102 (note 1), 254, 348 (note %
364, 368, 380.
Volterra Bazzi's visits to, 225-7 ;
pictures, 226, 227, 352, 378.
Volterra, Daniele di Paintings, 5
(note 1), 249, 352.
Vulcan's Forge: see Farnesina
Way of the Cross, The: see Christ
bearing His Cross.
Weber, Herr Lucretia owned by,
165 (note '), 357.
Weimar Drawing for Leda in Grand
Ducal Palace, 366.
Weizsacker, Dr. Heinrich Catalog
der Gemdlde Gallerie des Stadel-
schen Instituts, 60 (note '), 356.
Zacchetti, Bernardino 5". Hotnobonus
giving Alms, attributed to, by
Venturi, 166 (note *).
Zeitschrift filr Bildende Kunst
Article by Luise M. Richter, 66.
Zunti, E. Scarabelli MSS. Com-
munal Library, Parma, 97 (note *).
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