Renaissance Art Links

Last update: March 21, 2002. Maintained by Jeffery Howe (email: howej@bc.edu)


Index | General | Artists - Italian | Artists - Northern | Art on the Web |
General
The Age of Charles V
Alberti's Window
Alciato's Book of Emblems -- complete text and images
The Art of Renaissance Science
The Council of Trent
Erasmus Text Project
Exploring Linear Perspective
Florence art guide
Florence Cathedral Cupola - Exploring the images of the Final Judgment
Florentine Renaissance Sources: the Online Catasto of 1427
Investigating Aerial Perspective
Italian Sculpture
Jesuits and the Sciences, 1540-1995
Netherlandish and Flemish Art Home Page
Reformation
Renaissance and Baroque Architecture
Renaissance Art and Perspective: Part II: Vesalius
Renaissance Dante in Print (1472-1629)
Renaissance Links
University of Glasgow : Emblems Website
Artists - Italian
WebMuseum: Angelico, Fra
Fra Angelico, Museum of St. Mark
GIOTTO di Bondone
Giotto- The Scrovegni Chapel
Brunelleschi's Monograph - site on Brunelleschi
Donatello - Thais, Italian site-
The Piero Project (Princeton)
WebMuseum: Raphael: The nymph Galatea
WebMuseum: Titian
Leonardo da Vinci
Learning About Leonardo - ThinkQuest site, J.F. Kennedy High School, Bronx
Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci: Mona Lisa
Web Museum: Leonardo da Vinci
Mona Lisa Images for a Modern World
Michelangelo
Sistine Chapel: Extended Tour
Welcome to the Virtual Sistine Chapel
Michelangelo
Michelangelo Buonarroti
The Digital Michelangelo Project (Florence pages)
WebMuseum: Michelangelo
Artists - Northern
NGA - Dutch and Flemish Painting 16th-17th centuries
CGFA- Hans Baldung Grien
WebMuseum: Baldung Grien, Hans
CGFA- Pieter Bruegel the Elder
WebMuseum: Bruegel, Pieter the Elder
Albrecht Dürer
Durer: Apocalypse of St. John, Connecticut College
Albrecht Dürer Prints
WebMuseum: Dürer, Albrecht
WebMuseum: Eyck, Jan van
The Garden of Earthly Delights - Hieronymus Bosch; BBC
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These pages created and maintained by Prof. Jeffery Howe of the Fine Arts department.
Many links originally provided by Bapst Art Library staff.