VASARI'S LIFE OF BUFFALMACCO BIB

BUFFALMACCO
A Brief Bibliography

Titles are listed in order by date. Given his semi-starring role in the "Decameron", it is often a good idea to consult literary studies as well as art historical research.



Luciano Bellosi. "Buffalmacco, pittore girovago." In "I vivi parean vivi": scritti di storia dell'arte italiana del Duecento e del Trecento. By Luciano Bellosi. Florence, 2006: 337-342. Also in: Prospettiva. 121/124 (2006).

Gianni Cioli. "Dal "Trionfo" del Camposanto di Pisa alla "Trinita'" di Masaccio: cenni di teologia della morte." Giornale di bordo. 3.Ser. 15 (2006): 63-80.

Norman E. Land "Vasari's Buffalmacco and the Transubstantiation of Paint." Renaissance Quarterly, 58 (2005), 881-895.

Lina Bolzoni. The web of images: vernacular preaching from its origins to St. Bernardino da Siena. Aldershot, 2004.

Karl Fugelso. "The Artist as Reader: Buffalmacco's Miniatures of the Inferno." Dante Studies, with the Annual Report of the Dante Society. No. 122 (2004): 137-171.

Ilaria Bonaduce and Maria Perla Colombini. "Gas chromatography/mass spectrometry for the characterization of organic materials in frescoes of the Momumental Cemetery of Pisa (Italy)." Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. Volume 17, Issue 22, pages 2523–2527 (30 November 2003). Abstract.

Claudio Casini. "Il Camposanto monumentale di Pisa e i suoi affreschi." I beni culturali. 11 (2003)3: 35-45.

Guido Sclafani. ""Il trionfo della morte" del Camposanto di Pisa." In: Agiografia e iconografia: dalla citta' al chiostro. Pistoia, 2002: 421-428.

Fabrizio Franceschini. "Maometto e Niccolò V all'"Inferno"?: affreschi del Camposanto e commenti danteschi." In: Studi per Umberto Carpi : un saluto da allievi e colleghi pisani. Marco Santagata and Alfredo Stussi, eds. Pisa, 2000: 461-487.

Miklos Boskovits. "Marginalia su Buffalmacco e sulla pittura aretina del primo Trecento." Arte cristiana. N.S. 86.199N.S. 8 (1998): 165-176.

Iris Groetecke. "Representing the Last Judgement: Social Hierarchy, Gender and Sin." The Medieval History Journal. Vol. 1, no. 2 (1998): 233-260. Abstract.

Maria Laura Testi Cristiani. "Il trionfo della morte nel Camposanto monumentale di Pisa: temi macabri di meta' trecento." In: Il trionfo della morte e le danze macabre. Clara Forte, ed. Citta' di Clusone, 1997: 73-111.

Hayden B. J. Maginnis. "Giotto's World through Vasari's Eyes." Zeitschrift fuer Kunstgeschichte. 56 Bd., H. 3 (1993): 385-408.i

Sixten Ringbom. "Action and Report: The Problem of Indirect Narration in the Academic Theory of Painting." Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. Vol. 52, (1989): 34-51.

Andrew Ladis. "The Legend of Giotto's Wit and the Arena Chapel." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 68, No. 4 (December, 1986): 581-596.

Paul F. Watson. "The Cement of Fiction: Giovanni Boccaccio and the Painters of Florence." MLN. Vol. 99, No. 1, Italian Issue (January, 1984): 43-64.

Hayden B. J. Maginnis. Book Review: Buffalmacco e il Trionfo della Morte by Luciano Bellosi. The Art Bulletin. Vol. 58, No. 1 (March, 1976): 126-128.

Luciano Bellosi. Buffalmacco e il Trionfo della morte. Turin, 1974.

Eugenio G. Campani. "Newly Discovered Frescoes in Sta. Maria Novella." The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. Vol. 47, No. 271 (October, 1925): 190-192+195.

Osvald Siren. "The Buffalmaco Hypothesis,-Some Additional Remarks." The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. Vol. 37, No. 211 (October, 1920): 176-177+180+182-185.

Buffalmacco From the Web Gallery of Art.

Le avventure di Calandrino e Buffalmacco A "TV mini-series."?? Top writing credit goes to one Giovanni Boccaccio, and his novel of 1975(!!).

W. Hayden Boyers. "The Sources of "L'Ascension du Tafi," by Anatole France." Modern Philology, Vol. 36, No. 2 (Nov., 1938), 207-212. Ah-ha! France busted!

"The Merry-Hearted Buffalmacco". A short story by Anatole France. You may wish to compare this with the Vasari Life.

Facebook site for Buonamico Buffalmacco.



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