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Sinopia. Cappella della Visitazione, Castelfiorentino (Florence). Early Renaissance. 63 B_The Book Drawings_15th_ENG_A-OK_30 Oct 2013 4C:Layout 1 10/30/2013 3:17 PM Page 64 108 64 B_The Book Drawings_15th_ENG_P-OK(P-5)_13 Dec12013_Layout 12/16/2013 Drawings_15th_4C_30 Oct 2013_Layout 10/20/2014 13:48 PM Page2:31 65 PM Page 65 — 15 CENTURY — TH 110 110. Giovanni Bellini, c. 1430-1516, Italian, Head of a Man with a Turban, c. 1490-1500. 7 cm. Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence. Early Renaissance. GIOVANNI BELLINI (Venice, c.
Sandro Botticelli (Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi), 1445-1510, Italian, Illustration for Dante’s Divine Comedy: Paradiso, Canto VI, c. 1480-1500. 5 cm. Kupferstichkabinett, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Berlin. Early Renaissance. 88. Gentile Bellini, c. 1429-1507, Italian, Campo San Lio in Venice, c. 1490-1507. 1 cm. Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence. Early Renaissance. 89. Martin Schongauer, c. 1435-1491, German, Bust of a Man in a Hat Gazing Upward, c. 1480-1490. 6 cm. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
When Perugino left Perugia to complete his education in Florence he was a fellow pupil of Leonardo da Vinci in the sculptor’s bottegha. If he gained from the master something of the calm of sculpture, he certainly gained nothing of its force. It is as the painter of sentiment that he excelled, though this beautiful quality is confined mainly to his earlier works. For with popularity he became avaricious, turning out repetitions of his favourite themes until they became more and more affected in sentiment.