Duccio
A Brief Bibliography

Keith Christiansen. Duccio and the Origins of Western Painting. New York, 2009.

Enzo Carli. Duccio. Milan, 1998.

Andrea Weber. Duccio. (Masters of Italian Art series). 1998.

Luciano Bellosi. Duccio: La Maesta'. Milan, 1998.

Dietmar Popp. Duccio und die Antike: Studien zur Antikenvorstellung und zur Antikenrezeption in der Sieneser Malerei am Anfang des 14. Jahrhunderts. Munich, 1996.

Cecilia Jannella. Duccio Di Buoninsegna. 1991.

Ruth Wilkins Sullivan. "Duccio's Raising of Lazarus Reexamined." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 70, No. 3 (September, 1988): 374-387.

J.R. Benton. "Some ancient mural motifs in Italian painting around 1300." Zeitschrift fur Kunstgeschichte, vol. 48, no. 2 (1985): 151-176.

Florens Deuchler. Duccio. Milan, 1984.

Ruth Wilkins Sullivan. "The Anointing in Bethany and Other Affirmations of Christ's Divinity on Duccio's Back Predella." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 67, No. 1 (March, 1985): 32-50.

A. Smart. "A Duccio discovery: an early Madonna prototype." Apollo, vol 120, no. 272 (1984): 226-237.

F. Deuchler. Duccio. 1984.

John Pope-Hennessy. "Some Italian primitives." Apollo, vol. 118, no. 257 ( 1983): 10-15.

Hans Belting. "The 'Byzantine' Madonnas. New facts about their Italian origin and some observations on Duccio." Studies in the History of Art, vol. 12 (1982): 7-22.

James H. Stubblebine. Duccio di Buoninsegna and his school. Princeton, 1979. Note also extensive bibliography here of Stubblebine's earlier studies of Duccio.

John White. Duccio: Tuscan Art and the medieval workshop. London, 1979.

Martin Davies. "Duccio: An Acquisition." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 111, No. 790 (January, 1969): 2+4+6-7.

Frederick A. Cooper. "A Reconstruction of Duccio's Maesta'." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 47, No. 2 (June, 1965): 155-171.

Renee Arb. "A Reappraisal of the Boston Museum's Duccio." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 41, No. 2 (June, 1959): 191-198.

Cesare Brandi. Duccio. Florence, 1951.

G. H. Edgell. "A Crucifixion by Duccio with Wings by Simone Martini." The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. Vol. 88, No. 518 (May, 1946): 106-112.

Victor Lasareff. "Duccio and Thirteenth-Century Greek Ikons." The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. Vol. 59, No. 343 (October, 1931): 154-155+158-161+164-166+169.

S. Kennedy North. "The Conservation of the King's Duccio." The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. Vol. 57, No. 332 (November, 1930): 204-205+207+210.

Curt H. Weigelt. Sienese Painting of the Trecento. Florence, 1930.

Giacomo de Nicola. "Duccio di Buoninsegna and His School in the Mostra di Duccio at Siena." The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. Vol. 22, No. 117 (December, 1912): 138-139+142-143+145-147.

Curt H. Weigelt. Duccio di Buoninsegna. Kunstgeschichtliche Monographien XV, Leipzig, 1911. This is the study that began modern consideration of Duccio.

The Catholic Encyclopedia. By Louis Gillet. 1909.

Duccio: the Beginnings of Sienese Painting. Large and detailed Web site for the 2004 exhibition.

Art of Duccio di Buoninsegna A long and detailed consideration of Duccio's ltfe and career. Too bad there are no notes or signature.

Duccio's Paintings. From the Web Gallery of Art.

Duccio and the Art of Siena. A Web site by Prof. Allen Farber at SUNY Oneonta.

Madonna and Child. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The Temptation of Christ on the Mountain. 1308/1311; from the Maesta' altarpiece from Siena Cathedral.

Triptych: the Crucifixion; the Redeemer with Angels; Saint Nicholas; Saint Gregory. "1311-1318." Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. The museum owns three paintings by Duccio, two from the Maesta' altarpiece from Siena Cathedral.

The National Gallery, London. The museum owns several panels from the Maesta' altarpiece from Siena Cathedral.

Triptych: The Crucifixion and other scenes. "Circa 1302-1308." Bought by Prince Albert; now in the Royal collection.

Christ and the Samaritan Woman. "1310-11." "This small panel was part of the predella of the Maesta'."

Duccio. From smarthistory.org



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