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 Lucca.

The Domo.

AT the third Altar on the right hand as you enter, you will find a Picture of our Re∣deemer's last Supper with the Apostles, the work of Tintoret.

Near the Sepulchre of Cardinal Giudiccioni you see another Picture of the B. Virgin aud her Son Christ, Crowned by two Angels, at their Feet is an Angel playing upon the Lute, and on each side is S. John Baptist and S. Stephen, by Frae. Bartolo∣meo.

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In the Church of S. Romano, Fathers Dominicans.

At the first Altar on your left hand as you enter, is another admirable Picture, wherein is expressed an Ecstasie of S. Katherine of Siena, and S. Magdalen with the Father Eternal in Glory.

At the second Chapell on your right hand is a Picture of the abovesaid Fra. Bartolomeo, wherein is expressed the Virgin Mother of Mercy, blessing great numbers of people with her Gar∣ment, and above is the B Virgin with the Re∣deemer with his armes spread abroad, and shewing.

Santa Maria, called Corte Landini.

Here are two Pictures by Guido Reno, one is on the right hand of the great Altar repre∣senting the Virgin in the Snow, with Christ in her arms, and an Angel shaking off the Snow, with a S. Mary Magdalen, and S. Lucia.

The other is on the left hand, with Christ on the Cross, at his Feet is S. Katherine a Virgin Martys, and S. Giulio a Martyr.

The Church of S. Piero Samaldi.

As you enter at the great Door, the first Al∣tar on the left hand is by old Palma, where you find S. Anthony the Abbot in the middle of four other Saints.

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In S. Pietro Civoli.

The third Altar on your left hand as you en∣ter, is the work of Lanfranco, signifying the Martyrdom of S. Lorenzo.

Near to the side Door, is likewise seen a Pi∣cture with Christ Crowning of S. Teresa, and over them are two Saints.

In S. Maria without the Gates.

Here are seen two Pictures by Guercin da Cento, both of them near the great Altar; in one is S Lucia, in the other is the Assumption, with S. Sylvester Pope, and S. Francis of Asisi be∣low.