John Osborne argues carefully that the celebrated mural paintings in San Lorenzo fuori le mura should be dated from the twelfth rather than the eighth century; and Martina Bagnoli looks at decorative motifs in the crypt of the Duomo at Anagni in the light of ornament in Roman painting as a whole (the eleven photographs of the Anagni crypt, which few will have seen, are specially welcome).
What does FLM stand for?
FLM stands for Fuori Le Mura (Italian: Outside the Walls; architecture)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Alfredo Barbagallo bases his claim on a study of medieval iconography inside the Basilica of San Lorenzo Fuori le Mura.
She has chosen a Roman church: Sant' Agnese, fuori le Mura (St Agnes outside the Walls) which was first built over the grave of a murdered 12-year-old girl in 305AD.
Hoogland Verkerk focuses on the Ashburnham Pentateuch and its connection to monumental painting: the frescoes in the catacombs of Via Latina and the lost fifth-century frescoes of San Paolo fuori le mura in Rome, and tentatively assigns its production in Rome, too.
Now Italian archaeologist Alfredo Barbagallo has said the Grail is buried in a chapel-like room underneath the Basilica of San Lorenzo Fuori le Mura in Rome.
Following the critical failure of her large-scale istoria, The Martyrdom of Saint Stephen, 1603-04, for the Bascilica of San Paolo fuori le mura in Rome, Baglione commends the artist for her right decision to renounce monumental public commissions in favor of portraits, for "being a woman, in this kind of painting she did quite well.