London: George Bell And Sons. 1910, 1912. xiv, 152 pp.; xii, 152 pp. Illus. with 43 & 42 b/w plates. 8vo. Cloth. Later printings. Wear to spine ends else very good crisp copies. A nice set. Item #25174
The first two books of Berenson's series. First Series: Vasari in the light of recent publications; Dante's visual images, and his early illustrators; Some comments on Correggio in connection with his pictures in Dresden; The fourth centenary of Correggio; Amico di Sandro; Certain copies after lost originals by Giorgione; Ventian painting, chiefly before Titian, at the exhibition of Venetian art. Second Series: The Caen "Sposalizio;" Alessio Baldovinetti and the new "Madonna" of the Louvre; The British museum "Raphael" cartoon; The drawings of Andrea Mantegna; A word for renaissance churches; Certain unrecognized paintings by Masolino; An unpublished masterpiece by Filippino Lippi; An alter-piece by Girolamo da Cremona; Rudiments of connoisseurship.