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People/Characters: Luca Signorelli

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Gli affreschi di Luca Signorelli in Orvieto: Cattedrale - Cappella di San Brizio by Cinzia Valigi
The early work of Luca Signorelli, 1465-1490 (Outstanding dissertations in the fine arts) by Gloria Kury
The frescos by Luca Signorelli in the chapel of San Brizio in Orvieto Cathedral
Go to Hell: A Heated History of the Underworld by Chuck Crisafulli
How Fra Angelico and Signorelli Saw the End of the World by Creighton E. Gilbert
Luca Signorelli by Maud Cruttwell
Luca Signorelli by Adolfo Venturi
Luca Signorelli by Antonio Paolucci
Luca Signorelli Amicizie e Francescanesimo by Tom Henry
Luca Signorelli à Orvieto
Luca Signorelli: Leben und Werk by Laurence B. Kanter
Luca Signorelli: The Complete Paintings by Tom Henry
Luca Signorelli: The San Brizio Chapel, Orvieto by Jonathan B. Riess
I maestri del colore: Signorelli by Umberto Baldini
Mostra di Luca Signorelli : Cortona, Maggio-Agosto, Firenze, Settembre-Ottobre, 1953 : catalogo by Margherita Lenzini Moriondo
Première et seconde Renaissance : Les Protagonistes de l'Art Italien, Ghirlandaio, Le Pérugin, Pinturicchio, Luca Signorelli, Mantegna, GiovanniBellini, Carpaccio, Véronèse by Emma Michelettinot in English Common Knowledge
The Psychical Mechanism of Forgetfulness by Sigmund Freud
The Renaissance Antichrist by Jonathan B. Riess
Signorelli and Fra Angelico at Orvieto: Liturgy, Poetry, and a Vision of the End of Time (Histories of Visions) (Histori by Sara Nair James
Under the Tuscan Sun: At Home in Italy by Frances Mayes

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Luca Signorelli (c. 1445 – October 16, 1523) was an Italian Renaissance painter. His massive frescoes of the Last Judgment (1499–1503) in Orvieto Cathedral are considered his masterpiece.

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