Member Publications

The fall 2016 list of member publications is here!

The IAS encourages members to share information regarding their recent publications.  To have your publication(s) listed on our website and in the Newsletter, please send relevant information to memberpubs@italianartsociety.org. Updates will be made three times per year, in February, June, and September.

To submit a listing, please send your name, book title, publisher’s name and location, and the year published (no earlier than 2015). For journal articles and book chapters, please provide the article/chapter and journal/book titles, volume number, year published (no earlier than 2015), and page numbers. Please also send a digital image of the book/journal cover and a precise link to your book on the publisher’s website as well as a link to its page on Amazon.com. Please use the following format: 

BOOK: Giorgio Vasari. The Lives of the Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects. Florence: Giunti, 1568.

JOURNAL ARTICLE: James Marrow. “Symbol and Meaning in Northern European Art of the Late Middle Ages and the Early Renaissance.” Simiolus 16 (1986): 150-169.

ESSAY IN EXHIBITION CATALOGUE: Maryan W. Ainsworth. “The Business of Art:  Patrons, Clients, and Art Markets.” In From Van Eyck to Bruegel:  Early Netherlandish Painting in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, edited by Maryan W. Ainsworth and Keith Christiansen, 23-37. Exhibition catalogue:  New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art.  New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1998.

ESSAY IN EDITED VOLUME: Sheryl E. Reiss. “Adrian VI, Clement VII, and Art.” In The Pontificate of Clement VII:  History, Politics, Culture, edited by Kenneth Gouwens and Sheryl E. Reiss, 339-362.  Aldershot, U.K. and Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate, 2005.

Please note that the change in format to this page will be made in September 2016, at which point we will post links to documents compiling recent publications rather than list them all on this page. Each newsletter will have its own link, and previous newsletters will be archived.

Recent Books on Italian Art & Architecture

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Erin E. Benay and Lisa M. RaffanelliFaith, Gender and the Senses in Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art: Interpreting the Noli me tangere and Doubting Thomas (Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2015).

Catterson, Finding, Fixing, Faking, Making, 2014

Lynn Catterson. Finding, Fixing, Faking, Making: Supplying Sculpture in ‘400 Florence (Todi: Ediart, 2014).

Annette CondelloThe Architecture of Luxury (Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2014).

A. Victor CooninFrom Marble to Flesh. The Biography of Michelangelo’s David (Florence: The Florentine Press, 2014).

Liana De Girolami Cheney, edAgnolo Bronzino: The Muse of Florence (New Academia Publishing, 2014).

Douglas N. DowApostolic Iconography and Florentine Confraternities in the Age of Reform (Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2014).

Adrian R. DuranPainting, Politics, and the New Front of Cold War Italy(Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2014).

Diana Hiller. Gendered Perceptions of Florentine Last Supper Frescoes, c. 1350 – 1490 (Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2014).

Evelyn KaretThe Antonio II Badile Album of Drawings: The Origins of Collecting Drawings in Early Modern Northern Italy (Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2014).

J. Nicholas Napoli. The Ethics of Ornament in Early Modern Naples: Fashioning the Certosa di San Martino (Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2015).

Lorenzo Pericolo and David M. Stone, eds. Caravaggio: Reflections and Refractions (Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2014).

Mark Rosen. The Mapping of Power in Renaissance Italy: Painted Cartographic Cycles in Social and Intellectual Context (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015) (Winner Sixteenth Century Society and Conference Founders’ Prize).

Nino Zchomelidse. Art, Ritual, and Civic Identity in Medieval Southern Italy (University Park: Penn State University Press, 2014).

Recent Articles on Italian Art

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Foreign artists Sharon Hecker. “Everywhere and Nowhere: Medardo Rosso and the Cultural Cosmopolitan in Fin-de-Siècle Paris,” in Foreign Artists and Communities in Modern Paris, 1870-1914 ed Karen L. Carter and Susan Waller (Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2015),  143-154.
ab_mar2015 Mark Rosen. “Pietro Tacca’s Quattro Mori and the Conditions of Slavery in Early Seicento Tuscany,” The Art Bulletin 97 (2015): 34-57.
Artibus et Historiae 2014 Charles Burroughs. “Indicating Heaven: Botticelli’s ‘Coronation of the Virgin’ and Mediated Imagery,” Artibus et Historiae, XXXV, no. 69 (2014): 9–34.
ZFK Jean Cadogan. “An ‘Huomo di Chonto:’ Reconsidering the Social Status of Domenico Ghirlandaio and His Family” Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte 77, no. 1 (2014): 27-46.
Screen Shot 2014-10-03 at 8.38.55 AM Liana De Girolami Cheney. “Guglielmo Marcilla’s Images of the Virgin Mary:  Mystical and Visual Splendor,” Notes on Early Modern Art, 1, no. 1 (March 2014).
Screen Shot 2014-10-03 at 8.38.55 AM Liana De Girolami Cheney. “Giorgio Vasari’s Religious Paintings: Mystical and Visual Splendor,” Notes on Early Modern Art, 1, no. 2 (September 2014).
Tiziano autoritratto Jodi Cranston. “Disegnando se stesso: funzione e contesto dell’Autoritratto a gessetto di Tiziano”/”Disegnando se stesso: The Function and Context of Titian’s Self-Portrait Drawing,” trans. Giovanna De Appolonia, in Tiziano. Un autoritratto. Problemi di autografia tizianesca, ed. Andrea Bellieni.trans. Viviana Tonon (Antiga Edizioni, 2014), 69-83.
Artibus et Historiae 2014 Martha Dunkelman. “What Michelangelo Learned in Bologna,” Artibus et Historiae, XXXV, no. 69 (2014): 107–36.
Screen Shot 2014-10-03 at 8.38.55 AM Martha Dunkelman, “Looking Down on Renaissance Reliefs,” Notes on Early Modern Art, 1, no. 2 (September 2014).
ZFK Gillian B. Elliott. “Representing Royal Authority at San Michele Maggiore in Pavia,” Zeitschrift fur Kunstgeschichte 77 (2014): 145-174.
Tiziano autoritratto Luba Freedman. “L’Autoritratto disegnato di Tiziano quale dimostrazione della sua arte”/”Tititian’s Self-Portrait Drawing as Demonstration of His Art,” in Tiziano. Un autoritratto. Problemi di autografia tizianesca, ed. Andrea Bellieni.trans. Viviana Tonon (Antiga Edizioni, 2014), 11-67.
Caravaggio Jacket Frances Gage, “Caravaggio’s Death of the Virgin, Giulio Mancini, and the Madonna Blasphemed,” in Caravaggio: Reflections and Refractions ed. Lorenzo Pericolo and David M. Stone, (Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2014).
Dieciocho 2014 Katherine McHale.“Tiepolo, Inc: Two Madonnas and the Master’s Hand,” Dieciocho 37.1 (Spring 2014): 63-80.
Caravaggio Jacket  Steven F. Ostrow. “Caravaggio’s angels,”in Caravaggio: Reflections and Refractions ed. Lorenzo Pericolo and David M. Stone, (Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2014).
ZFK Steven F. Ostrow. “Sculptors’ Signatures in Baroque Rome: Some Preliminary Observations.” Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte 77, no. 4 (2014): 517-544.
Caravaggio Jacket Lorenzo Pericolo and David M. Stone. “The Caravaggio conundrum,” in Caravaggio: Reflections and Refractions ed. Lorenzo Pericolo and David M. Stone, (Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2014).
Caravaggio Jacket Lorenzo Pericolo. “Interpreting Caravaggio in the second half of the 20th century: between Galileo and Heidegger, Giordano Bruno and Laplanche,” in Caravaggio: Reflections and Refractions ed. Lorenzo Pericolo and David M. Stone, (Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2014).
Quaderni Anna K. Tuck-Scala. “Un Dipinto di Andrea Vaccaro (e Massimo Stanzione?) ad Aversa,” Quaderni dell’Archivio Storico Istituto Banco di Napoli Fondazione, Napoli (2011-2013 [2014]): 307-315.

Member Publications, 2013
Member Publications, 2012
Member Publications, 2011

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