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HA3262

HA3262

UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK

Summer Examinations: 2001/2002

ARTISTS, PATRONS AND CONSUMERS IN SIXTEENTH CENTURY ITALY II

Time allowed: 3 hours.

Candidates must attempt ALL questions.

Each question carries the same weight and candidates are advised to spread their time evenly between the questions.

Refer to each image by the number and letter on the back.

Read carefully the instructions on the answer book and make sure that the particulars required are entered on each answer book.

Photographs and photocopies MUST NOT be defaced or removed from the examinations room.

1. Identify, date and compare A with B.

2. Identify, date and compare A with B.

3. Identify, date and compare A with B.

4. Identify, date and compare A with B.

5. Identify, date and compare A with B.

6. Identify, date and compare A with B.

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        PHOTOMASTER

        HA3262

        UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK

        Summer Examinations: 2001/2002

        ARTISTS, PATRONS AND CONSUMERS IN SIXTEENTH CENTURY ITALY II

        1. A Raphael, Ecstasy of St. Cecilia, c. 1514, Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna

        B Parmigianino, Virgin and Child with SS John the Baptist and Jerome, 1526-8, National Gallery, London

        2. A Mantegna, Parnassus, c. 1497, Louvre, Paris

        B Titian, The Andrians, 1518-19, Prado, Madrid

        3. A Piero di Cosimo, Liberation of Andromeda, 1510, Florence, Uffizi

        B Pontormo, Joseph with Jacob in Egypt, c. 1518, National Gallery, London

        4. A Raphael, Transfiguration, 1518-20, Vatican Museum, Rome

        B Sebastiano del Piombo, Raising of Lazarus, 1517-19, National gallery, London

        5. A Giovanni Bellini, Young Woman with a Mirror, 1515, Kunsthistoriches Museum, Vienna

        B Parmigianino: Self-portrait in a convex mirror, 1524, Kunsthistoriches Museum, Vienna

        6. A Bastiano da Sangallo, Copy after Michelangelo's Battle of Cascina, 1542, Holkham Hall

        B Michelangelo, Last Judgement, 1534-41, Sistine Chapel, Rome