Sleeping Embers of an Ordinary Mind: Paintings in the Novel

Here are the paintings and images that crop up in my novel. Chapter numbers are included.
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Laura Cereta is a fifteenth-century Italian feminist and humanist. The title of my novel is taken from one of Cereta's letters. See the extract at the very beginning of the novel. Laura, Catherine Of Aragon, Extraordinary Women, Italia, Famous Women, She Was Beautiful, Women, Historical Pictures, Wikipedia
Laura Cereta - Wikipedia
Laura Cereta is a fifteenth-century Italian feminist and humanist. The title of my novel is taken from one of Cereta's letters. See the extract at the very beginning of the novel.
Humanist minuscule. A style of script introduced in Italy at the start of the fifteenth century. Easier to read than the more angular northern scripts, which abbreviated many words. Chapter 15. Letters, History, Manuscript, Libros, History Of Calligraphy, Alto, Illuminated Manuscript, Book Of Kells, Libri
Humanist minuscule - Wikipedia
Humanist minuscule. A style of script introduced in Italy at the start of the fifteenth century. Easier to read than the more angular northern scripts, which abbreviated many words. Chapter 15.
Nardo di Cione: Paradise, 1360, Strozzi Chapel, Florence. Chapter 6 Florence, Fresco, Paradiso, Basilica, Giotto, Novella, Italian Art, Rimini
Nardo di Cione: Paradise, 1360, Strozzi Chapel, Florence. Chapter 6
Paolo Uccello, The Battle of San Romano, 1438-40. The National Gallery, London. Multiple chapters! Giorgio Vasari, Caravaggio, Paolo, Roma, Italian Renaissance, Italian Painters, Louvre, Sanat
Paolo Uccello | The Battle of San Romano | NG583
Paolo Uccello, The Battle of San Romano, 1438-40. The National Gallery, London. Multiple chapters!
Paul Nash: The Ypres Salient at Night (based on one of his 50 Drawings of Muddy Places), 1919. Chapter 2 Art Photography, Aqa, Surrealist, British Art, Landscape Artist, British Artist, Art Gallery, Night Scene
Paul Nash (artist) - Wikipedia
Paul Nash: The Ypres Salient at Night (based on one of his 50 Drawings of Muddy Places), 1919. Chapter 2
Paolo Uccello: The Flood (and Recession of the Flood), 1447. Church of Santa Maria Novella, Florence. Chapter 3. Florence Italy, Firenze, Fra Angelico, European Paintings
Category:Deluge, Waters Subsiding and Noah Stories by Paolo Uccello - Wikimedia Commons
Paolo Uccello: The Flood (and Recession of the Flood), 1447. Church of Santa Maria Novella, Florence. Chapter 3.
Saint George and the Dragon, 1430-35. Jacquemart-Ándre Museum. Chapter 3 Saints, Drake, Saint George And The Dragon, Saint George, St. George, George & Dragon, George, Medieval Paintings
Saint George and the Dragon, 1430-35. Jacquemart-Ándre Museum. Chapter 3
Donatello: Miracle of the Penitent Son, 1447-50. Basilica of Sant'Antonio. Chapter 3 Middle Ages, Padua, Miracles, Masterpiece, Century, Renaissance Artists, Padova, 15th Century
Miracle of the Repentant Son - Donatello
Donatello: Miracle of the Penitent Son, 1447-50. Basilica of Sant'Antonio. Chapter 3
Émile Bernard: Breton Women in the Meadow, 1888. Chapter 4 Paul Gauguin, Toulouse, Impressionism, Oscar Wilde, Henri Matisse, Paul Cézanne, Georges Seurat, Bernard, Maurice Denis
Émile Bernard: Breton Women in the Meadow, 1888. Chapter 4
Paul Gauguin: Vision After the Sermon, 1888. Scottish National Gallery.  Chapter 4 Paul Cezanne, Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin, Impressionist Artists, Claude Monet, Impressionist
Scottish National Gallery - Wikipedia
Paul Gauguin: Vision After the Sermon, 1888. Scottish National Gallery. Chapter 4
Paul Gauguin: Christ in the Garden of Olives, 1889. Chapter 4 Gustav Klimt, Georges Braque, Gauguin, Toile, Manet
Olive Trees (Van Gogh series) - Wikipedia
Paul Gauguin: Christ in the Garden of Olives, 1889. Chapter 4
Émile Bernard: Christ in the Garden of Olives, 1889. Chapter 4 Museums, Novels, Post Impressionism, Museum, Chapter, Van Gogh Museum, Van Gogh
[Van Gogh studies], Van Gogh Museum Journal 2001 - DBNL
Émile Bernard: Christ in the Garden of Olives, 1889. Chapter 4
Paul Strand: Blind, 1916, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Chapter 4 Portrait, Portraits, Cards, Edward Steichen, Dorothea Lange, Documentaries, Photographer, Documentary Photography
Paul Strand | Blind Woman, New York | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Paul Strand: Blind, 1916, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Chapter 4
Paul Gauguin: Te Tamari No Atua, 1896. Neue Pinakothek Museum. Chapter 4 Munich, Pierre Bonnard, French Art
Neue Pinakothek - Wikipedia
Paul Gauguin: Te Tamari No Atua, 1896. Neue Pinakothek Museum. Chapter 4