The painters voyage of Italy in which all the famous paintings of the most eminent masters are particularised, as they are preserved in the several cities of Italy ...
Barri, Giacomo, ca. 1630-ca. 1690., Lodge, William, 1649-1689.

The City of Florence.

S. Mark, Fathers Dominicans.

HEre are three Pictures by the hand of Fra Bartolomeo.

The Church of S. Croce.

Here is a Picture representing the Lady of Piety, a singular work of Civoli.

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In the Church-yard of the Nuntiata.

There are divers works in Fresco, by Andrea del Sarto.

In the Cloyster, over a Door, you see a fa∣mous Piece, called the Madonna del Saccho, by the abovesaid Andrea.

The Confraternity of S. John Baptist.

In the Cloyster upon the Wall there are the Histories of the life of this Saint, by the same Andrea.

The Gallery of the Great Duke.

In which you see a Square with the History of the Fall of Phaëton, by the hand of Leonardo da Vinci.

There is drawn a Ritratto of Pope Leo the X. by the hand of great Raphael.

There is also a little Square of a Madonna, the work of the abovesaid Raphael.

Then follow divers Squares of Andrea del Sarto, particularly in the more private Cham∣bers there are most beautiful works, not omit∣ting a sight of that great Square of the Assumption of the B. Virgin, and the Apostles.

Over a Door of the said Chambers there is a Page  [unnumbered]Page  [unnumbered]

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PIETRO d': Cortona

Nat Ao 1593 [portrait of Pietro d'Cortona]
Page  117 very large Square which expresses a Dispute a∣mongst several Saints; a singular work of the said Andrea.

There are likewise two Squares of Naked Women, by great Titian.

Then follow several Pieces, of Giacomo Bassano.

You also see a Square with little Figures of the B. Virgin, with the Child Jesus in her arms, and a Saint on each side, the work of Corregio.

You see another Square of Naked Women, by Hannibal Carache.

The Palace of Pitti, being the habitation of the Great Duke.

Where are seen four most stately Chambers, excellently painted with variety of Histories, by Pietro da Cortona.