Series: Piccola biblioteca del Sole 24 ORE

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Piero della Francesca: la Pala di Brera by Antonio Paolucci01
Tiziano: la Venere di Urbino by Omar Calabrese02
Caravaggio: la Madonna dei Palafrenieri by Anna Coliva03
Umberto Boccioni: la città che sale by ADA MASOERO04
Antonello da Messina: San Girolamo nello studio by Lionello Puppi05
Leonardo da Vinci: la Gioconda by Marco Carminati06
Giotto: il Compianto sul Cristo morto by Alessandro Tomei07
Canaletto: La visita del doge alla chiesa di San Rocco by ALESSANDRO MORANDOTTI08
Raffaello: la Trasfigurazione by Pierluigi De Vecchi09
Sandro Botticelli: la Primavera by Marco Bussagli10
Simone Martini: l'Annunciazione by Enrico Castelnuovo11
Lucio Fontana: i tagli by Angela Vettese12
Vittore Carpaccio: Le due dame veneziane by Giandomenico Romanelli13
Francesco Hayez: Il bacio by Fernando Mazzocca14
Giorgione: la Tempesta by Bernard Aikema15
Parmigianino: la Schiava turca by Lucia Fornari Schianchi16
Duccio, the Maesta by Luciano Bellosi17
Pontormo: la Deposizione by Antonio Natali18

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