Circle 3 - Charles Martel who is telling Dante the story...

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Circle 3. Venus Slide 10-35: Venus with Cupid and Amor Pope-Hennessy, John. Paradiso. The Illuminations of Dante's Divine Comedy by Giovanni di Paolo. NY: Random, 1993. p. 97 On to Venus, where di Paolo shows her with two sons Cupid and Amor. Slide 10-36: Talking to Charles Martel Dante, The Divine Comedy. Ill. Gustave Doré. London: Cassell. p. 208 Slide 10-37: DI PAOLO: Talking to Charles Martel Pope-Hennessy, John. Paradiso. The Illuminations of Dante's Divine Comedy by Giovanni di Paolo. NY: Random, 1993. p. 98 Here we have another direct comparison of pictures by the two artists, showing one
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Unformatted text preview: Charles Martel who is telling Dante the story about how he lost Sicily. Venus Coelestis & Venus Vulgaris Slide 10-38: BOTTICELLI: Birth of Venus Slide # 1055 American Library Color Slide Company p. 187 There are actually two Venuses, discussed in Plato's Symposium, Celestial Venus and Earthly Venus. The two Venuses correspond to the notion of Sacred and Profane love, a big topic in the Renaissance, shown here in a painting by Titian. Slide 10-39: TITIAN: Sacred and Profane Love Christiansen, Keith. Italian Paintings. NY: Levin Assoc. 1992. p. 194...
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