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ArtH 1140: FWS: Picturing the Pagan Pantheon in Italian Renaissance Art (Spring 2013)   Tags: art, arts_humanities, first_year_writing_seminars, image_searching, uris_spring2012, uris_spring2013  

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The Pagan Pantheon?

Unidentified photographer. Florence. Loggia dei Lanzi [detail]. Albumen print photograph, ca. 1866-1895. Andrew Dickson White Architectural Photographs Collection, Cornell University Library. See the full image in Luna. See the full image in ARTstor. See the full image in Flickr Commons.

Notes: Pio Fedi's 1866 sculpture, The Rape of Polyxena, is visible in the right foreground, beneath the arches of the Loggia. Other notable sculptures include Giambologna's Rape of the Sabines (1583) and Hercules in Combat (1599). Benvenuto Cellini's bronze, Perseus with the head of Medusa (1545-54), is visible in the center of the full image.

 

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