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  • Title: History of Art: Lecture I: Cimabue, Giotto, and Other Italian Masters
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    • Fra Angelico,
    • the hounds of Lord. Angelico represents these Domini Canes
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    • 52. Fra Angelico: Descent from the Cross. (Academy.
    • second stream above-mentioned, of which Fra Angelico is one of
    • more by the Spirit. In Fra Angelico we see the Heart, the soul
    • Angelico, which, unhappily, we cannot reproduce. Here everything
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    • 53. Fra Angelico: Crucifixion. (San Marco. Florence.)
    • pours in through Fra Angelico. Hence the phenomenon of Fra
    • Angelico is so intensely interesting. Formerly, as we have seen,
    • in the work of Fra Angelico. It is as though the soul of
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    • 54. Fra Angelico: The Last Supper. (San Marco,
    • 55. Fra Angelico: Coronation of the Virgin Mary. (San
    • 56. Fra Angelico: (from) The Last Judgment. (Museum.
    • Fra Angelico, is transferred — if I may put it so —
    • Angelico. He emancipates the human working once more towards a
    • Angelico, we have shown a series of Botticelli's so as to gain an
    • Angelico and Botticelli, we see the entry of a life of soul. And
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  • Title: History of Art: Lecture VII: Representations of the Nativity
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