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  • Title: History of Art: Lecture I: Cimabue, Giotto, and Other Italian Masters
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    • soul-life of mankind was St. Francis of Assisi. I admit it is a
    • things, comes forth with all intensity in Francis of Assisi, who,
    • a later time, living already in the soul of Francis of Assisi.
    • Giotto lived from 1266 to 1337. Francis of Assisi was a man who
    • Yet all this took place in a peculiar and unique way. For Francis
    • resources. St. Francis was surrounded by mighty world-events
    • feeling. For in his youth, and later, too, St. Francis was
    • midst of all this life, St. Francis with his ever more numerous
    • Earth. St. Francis and his followers, looking away from all these
    • it was in feeling when St. Francis of Assisi turned the life of
    • man. Such was St. Francis of Assisi; and this was how he sought
    • creatures. Truly, in this respect St. Francis is a realist, a
    • thought unthinkable in former times, comes forth in Francis of
    • Assisi. All this is far more characteristic of St. Francis than
    • deal with the life of St. Francis, for there is a deep inner
    • connection of soul between Giotto and Francis of Assisi —
    • St. Francis, the religious genius, bringing forth out of a
    • upon Earth; and Giotto, imitating, to begin with, St. Francis'
    • way of feeling, St. Francis' way of entering into the spirit and
    • 4. Giotto: Glorification of St. Francis. (San Francesco,
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  • Title: History of Art: Lecture II: Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael
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    • other day when speaking of St. Francis, — it was imbued with quite
    • Nature. I showed you last time, how Francis of Assisi was among the
    • what distinguishes Leonardo da Vinci from Francis of Assisi, and this
    • and ascetic sphere in Francis of Assisi. It enters here into artistic
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture IV: Mid-European and Southern Art
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    • revealed in the attacks of Francis of Assisi, and later of

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