It speaks of quotidian Aretine
elements of life as well as to "collective action." It offers the reader--veteran traveler, student, artist, historian, for example--a possibility: the chance to know one part of modern Italy and to understand the path that has led to the present.
51)) gives the crucifix in the Chiesa di San Francesco, Arezzo (formerly ascribed to Margaritone of Arezzo) the more general attribution of an Aretine
"Vasari's 1568 Life of Masaccio," by Perri Lee Roberts argues that Vasari's appropriation of Masaccio as an Aretine
artist and placement within the Vite--after other artists from Arezzo but prior to Florentines Brunelleschi and Donatello--was coupled with a descriptive analysis of Masaccio's style calculated to enhance the artist's reputation, privileging both the art of painting and Vasari's native Arezzo in the genesis of art's "modern" manner.
"Giorgio Vasari's Chamber of Abraham: A Religious Ceiling in the Aretine
House." Sixteenth Century Journal 18 (Fall 1987): 355-80.
In chapter six Poggio attains the position of apostolic secretary to "the sinister, sly and ruthless Baldassare Cossa" (154), and we learn of his spats with Lorenzo Valla and of the Aretine
smut that besmirched the Curia in Rome.
(3) Vasari's Vita of Michelangelo has not been analysed in detailed critical depth since the magisterial annotated commentary published in 1962 by Paola Barocchi, who took a relatively negative view of the Aretine
biographer's relationship with Michelangelo.
Tani, 'Le ragazze aretine
per il piu bel dolce della pace', in Il Costruttore, Vol3 (1953), No 6.
Le corporazioni di mestiere medioevali aretine
Anglistica Pisana 6 (2009), a journal published out of the University of Pisa, includes three articles on Browning: Elsa Linguanti, "Count Guido Franceschini, Etruscan, Aretine
of California, Berkeley), who has written extensively about Italian Renaissance drama, both in its own right and in terms of Shakespeare, presents an expanded edition of her 1993 Romance and Aretine
humanism in Sienese comedy; Pollastra's Parthenio at the Studio di Siena, which she co-authored with Arthur Black (Leeds U., the UK), and a complete translation of the 16th-century play.
And then, mine oval room, Filled with such pictures, as Tiberius took From Elephantis: and dull Aretine
But coldly imitated.
Thus, ignoring obvious dissimilarities in appearance, the Aretine
monument shares with Arnolfo's two ciboria the fact that it combines sepulchral and worship functions centered on the person of a long-deceased saint.