The Biography of the Object in Late Medieval and Renaissance Italy
June 2006, Wiley-Blackwell
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Introduction: Toothpicks and Green Hangings: Nicholas Penny.
Part I: The Creation of the Object: Patricia L. Reilly.
What You See Is What You Get: Colour In Italian Renaissance Istoriato Ware: Steve Wharton.
‘Sculpsit Cellinius Neptunam’: The Biography of the Neptune Fountain in Cellini’s Vita: Victoria C. Gardner Coates.
Part II: The Life of the Object: Rupert Shepherd.
Banquet Plate and Renaissance Culture: A Day in the Life: Valerie Taylor.
For Use and Display: Selected Furnishings and Domestic Goods in Fifteenth-Century Florentine Interiors: James R. Lindow.
Fragments from the ‘Life Histories’ of Jewellery belonging to Prostitutes inEarly-Modern Rome: Tessa Storey.
Part III: The After-Life of the Object: Roberta J. M. Olson.
The Icon of Santa Maria Maggiore, Rome: An Image and its Afterlife: Kirstin Noreen.
One Pontile, Two Pontili: The Choir Screens of Modena Cathedral: Dawn Cunningham.
The Afterlife of an Early Medieval Chapel: Giovanni Battista Ricci and Perceptions of the Christian Past in Post-Tridentine Rome: Ann Van Dijk.
The Scrittoio Della Calliope in the Palazzo Vecchio: A Tuscan Museum: Andrea M. Gáldy.