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European Art of the Fourteenth Century (Art Through the Centuries) by Sandra Baragli1
European Art of the Fifteenth Century by Stefano Zuffi2

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  1. European Art of the Seventeenth Century by Rosa Giorgi (2006)
  2. Gothic and Renaissance art in Nuremberg, 1300-1550 by New York Metropolitan Museum of Art (1986)
  3. Benozzo Gozzoli by Cristina Acidini Luchinat (1994)
  4. Gods and Heroes in Art (Guide to Imagery Series) by Lucia Impelluso (2002)
  5. Pious Journeys: Christian Devotional Art and Practice in the Later Middle Ages and Renaissance by Linda Seidel (2001)
  6. Symbols and Allegories in Art (A Guide to Imagery) by Matilde Battistini (2002)
  7. Women Who Ruled: Queens, Goddesses, Amazons in Renaissance and Baroque Art by Annette Dixon (2002)
  8. A guide to Civilisation by Richard B. K. McLanathan (1970)
  9. The Image of the Black in Western Art, Volume III: From the "Age of Discovery" to the Age of Abolition, Part 1: Artists of the Renaissance and Baroque by David Bindman (2010)
  10. Choirs of Angels: Painting in Italian Choir Books, 1300-1500 by Barbara Drake Boehm (2008)
  11. Food and Feasting in Art (A Guide to Imagery) by Sylvia Malaguzzi (2006)
  12. The Art of the Renaissance by Peter Murray (1963)
  13. Bellini, Giorgione, Titian, and the Renaissance of Venetian Painting (National Gallery Of Art, Washington) by David Alan Brown (2006)
  14. Painting and Experience in Fifteenth-Century Italy: A Primer in the Social History of Pictorial Style by Michael Baxandall (1972)
  15. Fra Angelico: Dissemblance and Figuration by Georges Didi-Huberman (1656)

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