Sitting in waiting area away from books and computer, I recall Pat Sloane sent some posts on this, but not what she said. Might be something in her book -- she was a professor of art.
On Jun 28, 2012, at 3:26 PM, "Materer, Timothy J." <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> A colleague asks:
> I remember you told me once that there were several works that TSE might be referring to in “Sunday Morning Service”--do you recall what these were or who had identified them? I’ve been googling around but can’t find them, apart from the one identified by Southam (Pierro della Francesca’s “Baptism”).
> Actually, I don't remember if there are other works. I assume Pierro della Francesca’s “Baptism” is the main reference since it's in the National Gallery and does show the "unoffending feet."
> Any other possibilities?