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The Accademia di San Luca and the Development of Early Modern Rome, 1577-1676

[Introduction to the site, TO BE DRAFTED: The Accademia di San Luca evolved considerably, as a building and as an institution, from the years DATE to DATE, changing along with early modern Rome. Through documents, maps, images, X, X, this site tracesthe history of the various locations of the Accademia, and charts the activities of the institutions--for example, the development of Accademia-owned properties or its involvement in legal suits--by using the database documents to chart these activities and the places related to these activities on digitized, historic maps of Rome.]

The Buildings

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National Gallery of Art

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Peter Lukehart, Project Director

Emily Pugh, Robert H. Smith Research Associate

Guendalina Serafinelli, Research Associate

Courtney Tompkins, Progam Assistant

Cynthia Ware, Editor

Previous Team Members

Project Advisory Committee