• Art and Reform in Tenth-Century Rome - the Paintings of S. Maria in Pallara 

      Marchiori, Maria Laura (2007-11-13)
      The medieval wall paintings of the church of S. Maria in Pallara, situated on the Palatine Hill, Rome, provide insight into the intellectual use of images in the Middle Ages. The fragmentary apse programme survives, ...
    • The Cult of 'Maria Regina' in Early Medieval Rome 

      Osborne, John (2004-11-24)
      This paper examines the importance of the cult of Mary to religious practice in early medieval Rome, with a particular focus on the manifestations of devotion to Mary in the decoration of churches such as S. Maria Antiqua ...
    • Donor Portraits in Late Medieval Venice c.1280-1413 

      Roberts, Angela Marisol (2007-09-14)
      Although the donor portrait was extremely popular throughout Europe and mainland Italy during the late Middle Ages, the few art historians who have addressed the subject have concluded that the motif was not popular in ...
    • Evidence for the Confraternity of S. Pietro Martire at San Zanipolo, Venice 

      Osborne, John (2005-01-20)
      This conference paper looks at evidence of 15th- and 16th-century saints' images on carved door frames at the church of S. Zanipolo (SS Giovanni e Paolo) in Venice, using them to help locate and reconstruct the history of ...