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A fresh vision of the natural world in Renaissance Italy: Introduction.
Goodchild, Karen Hope. • S. 17-27

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The green places of Fra Filippo Lippi and Sandro Botticelli
Compton, Rebekah. • S. 31-48

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Anthropomorphic trees and animated nature in Lorenzo Lotto's 1509 "St. Jerome"
Oettinger, April. • S. 49-67

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"Honesta voluptas": the Renaissance justification for enjoyment of the natural world
Holberton, Paul. • S. 69-86

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"The "Sala delle Asse" as "Locus amoenus": revisiting Leonardo da Vinci's arboreal imagery in Milan's Castello Sforzesco"
Pederson, Jill. • S. 89-108

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Naturalism and antiquity, redefined, in Vasari's "Verzure"
Goodchild, Karen Hope. • S. 109-130

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Verdant architecture and tripartite chronography: Toeput and the Italian Villa tradition
Nonaka, Natsumi. • S. 131-152

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Titian: Sylvan Poet
Prosperetti, Leopoldine van Hogendorp. • S. 155-174

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From Venice to Tivoli: Girolamo Muziano and the "invention" of the Tiburtine landscape
Tosini, Patrizia. • S. 175-196

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Of oak and elder, cloud-like angels, and a bird's nest: The graphic interpretations of Titian's "The Death of St. Peter Martyr" by Martino Rota, Giovanni Battista Fontana, Valentin Lefebre, John Baptist Jackson, and tehir successors
Peinelt-Schmidt, Sabine. • S. 197-216

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The verdant as violence: the storm landscapes of Herman van Swanevelt and Gaspard Dughet
Russell, Susan. • S. 217-240

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A brief journey through the green world of Renaissance Italy: Afterword.
Barolsky, Paul. • S. 241-253