The Sensory World of Italian Renaissance Art (Reaktion), by François Quiviger of the Warburg Institute

Andrea del Verrochio (Italian, Florence, 1435-1488 Venice) Lady Holding a Bunch of Flowers to her Breast ca. probably late 15th century. plaster and stucco, polychromed and gilt.

16th century (ca. 1540), Italian detail from a portrait of a woman with a little boy by Agnolo Bronzino Washington, National Gallery of Art source 1 source 2

Maiolica in the Renaissance | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Grates on my nerves when people pronounce "trek" like "track" when referring to Star Trek, but I like this, because it makes fun of them and is neato looking.

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