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Baca, Murtha, et. al., Pietro Mellini's Inventory in Verse, 1681: A Digital Facsimile with Translation and Commentary (Los Angeles: Getty Research Institute, 2015), http://hdl.handle.net/10020/mellini.

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Who Were Pietro and Savo Mellini?
by Nuria Rodriguez Ortega

  • Fig. 1. Pierre Etienne Monnot (French, 1657–1733) | Photo © Marie-Lan Nguyen

What Do We Know about the Fame of the Mellini Family’s Art Collection at the Time of Pietro and Savo?
by Nuria Rodríguez Ortega

  • Fig. 1. Example of the handwriting (likely that of a professional scribe) found in the traditional inventory of 1680 in the Serlupi Crescenzi archive. From Scritture diverse della Casa Millini (1674–1696), X, fols. 164r–196r. Rome, Archivio Serlupi Crescenzii
  • Fig. 2. Example of Pietro Mellini’s handwriting, in a letter to his brother Savo Mellini. Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Fundación Bartolomé March, Papeles Savo Millini, vol. 15, Signatura B81-D-08, fols. 56v–57r

Where Was the Mellini Family’s Art Collection Housed?
by Nuria Rodríguez Ortega

  • Fig. 1. Archival map of the Palazzo del Rosario in Rome, site of the Mellini residence at the time of the 1680 and 1681 inventories, with (below) Google Earth view of present-day structures in the Piazza Capranica. Courtesy of the Italian Ministry of Cultural Property and Activities. Further reproduction prohibited without permission. Satellite view: © 2015 Google

Provenance of the Mellini Manuscript
by Nuria Rodríguez Ortega

  • Fig. 1. Example of the handwriting found in the traditional inventory of 1680 in the Serlupi Crescenzi archive. From Scritture diverse della Casa Millini (1674–1696), X, fols. 164r–196r. Rome, Archivio Serlupi Crescenzi
  • Fig. 3. Index to volume II of the Savo Mellini archive in the Fundación Bartolomé March. Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Fundación Bartolomé March, Papeles Savo Millini, vol. 15, Signatura B81-D-08, fol. 1r