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  • Title: History of Art: Lecture VII: Representations of the Nativity
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    • Pisano.
    • 6. Niccola Pisano. The Nativity. (Baptistery
    • 29. Niccola Pisano. Adoration by the Wise Men.
    • (Berlin.) Formerly attributed to Pisanello (Vittore Pisano).
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture IX:
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    • Andrea Pisano,
    • Giovanni Pisano,
    • Niccola Pisano,
    • Renaissance. In Niccola Pisano in the 13th century we find a wonderfully
    • 43. Niccola Pisano. Pulpit in the Baptistery at Pisa.
    • what he owed to the inspiration of the antique. Niccola Pisano worked
    • 44. Niccola Pisano. Adoration by the Three Wise
    • 45. Niccola Pisano: The Crucifixtion. (Relief.
    • Pisano. In his works you will observe already a far greater element
    • Pisano.
    • 46. Giovanni Pisano. Pulpit. (San Andrea. Pistoja.)
    • 47. Giovanni Pisano. Capital from the above Pulpit.
    • the Pisanos, that the Christian Art afterwards became able to express
    • 48. Giovanni Pisano. Bas-Relief from the same Pulpit.
    • The next two are by Giovanni Pisano: —
    • 49. Giovanni Pisano. Pulpit in the Cathedral at Pisa.
    • 51. Giovanni Pisano. Madonnas. (Berlin and
    • of the work of Andrea Pisano, who was summoned to do one of the Bronze
    • 52. Andrea Pisano. Tubal Cain. (Campanile.
    • works of Ghiberti and Andrea Pisano are located. – e.Ed.]
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