The Upper Basilica of San Francesco, Assisi: Key to the Frescoes The Scrovegni Chapel, Padua: Key to the Frescoes Preface to the First Edition Preface to the Second Italian Edition TRAINING AND EARLY WORKS Florentine Education First Visit to Rome The Early Works in the Upper Basilica in Assisi THE FRANCISCAN CYCLE IN ASSISI The Stories of St. Francis FROM ASSISI TO PADUA The Florentine Panels; Problems of Dating Rome, 1297 Return to Florence Rimini PADUA The Works in the Basilica of Sant'Antonio The Scrovegni Chapel Frescoes The Crucifix THE "SPACIOUS" GIOTTO After Padua The Probable Return to Assisi Giotto's Second Paduan Sojourn The Decoration of the Ognissanti in Florence Rome: The Navicella Mosaic WORK FOR THE FLORENTINE BANKERS The Work in Santa Croce The Peruzzi Chapel COLOR The Magdalen Chapel in Assisi Giotto's Pupils in Assisi: the Vele Further Works for Cardinal Stefaneschi The Crucifixion in Berlin and the Strasbourg-Wildenstein Diptych LATE FLORENTINE ACTIVITY The Horne-Washington-Chaalis Polyptych The Decoration of the Bardi Chapel The Baroncelli Polyptych GIOTTO AND THE NOBLE COURTS Giotto in Naples Giotto and the Viscontis The Bologna Polyptych GIOTTO THE ARCHITECT APPENDIXES Documentary Records Chronology Bibliography Index of Names Index of Works by Site
Francesca Flores d'Arcais is a professor of art history at the University of Verona, Italy. An expert in the field of northern Italian painting, she has made numerous contributions to the study of medieval and Renaissance art over the course of her distinguished teaching career.
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