This volume contains the texts of six papers delivered by
internationally renowned scholars during a three-day conference
held in Florence in October 2008 in celebration of the one
hundredth anniversary of the publication of Horne's celebrated
monograph on Botticelli. The first paper, by Caroline Elam, is the
keynote lecture she gave at Villa I Tatti about Horne's remarkable
personality and career. Another, by Jonathan Nelson, poses the
equally fundamental question of what constitutes authorship in
certain works in the production of which Botticelli was only partly
involved. Scholar Antonella Francini presents a poem she just
discovered by Herbert Horne about a portrait by Botticelli in
London. Together these essays deepen our understanding of this
celebrated early Renaissance painter.
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