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Let This Be a Lesson: Lecture 4
Marco Pino, The Resurrection of Lazarus, ca. 1570. Oil on panel. Yale University Art Gallery, Maitland F. Griggs, B.A. 1896, Fund
“But, Lord, He Stinketh!”: Marco Pino’s The Resurrection of Lazarus
Friday, October 4, 2013, 1:30 pm
Pino was the most important painter in southern Italy during the later Renaissance. We examine his career and have a thorough look at this little-known but superb work, focusing on how he presents a frequently painted Gospel story of doubt and salvation.
John Walsh presents Let This Be a Lesson: Lecture 4.
There is now a study of the artist in Italian (see Antonio Zezza. Marco Pino: L’opera completa [Naples: Electa Napoli, 2003]) but still very little in English—the Grove article is about all.
To access subscription-only articles, or for assistance with any of the below materials, please visit the Nolen Center Library at the Yale University Art Gallery.
On the Artist
Vargas, Carmela. “Marco Pino.” In Grove Art Online (by subscription only).
On the Subject
John 11. NIV Bible.
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