FILIPPO LIPPI, CALLED FILIPPINO
A Brief Bibliography

Titles are in order by date of publication. There are supposedly more drawings by Filippino Lippi than any other artist of the Italian Renaissance.

Jonathan K. Nelson. "An inventory of drawings by Filippino Lippi and his circle (with two additions)." In: New studies on old masters : essays in Renaissance art in honour of Colin Eisler. John Garton and Diane Wolfthal, eds. Toronto, 2011: 193-220.

A Renaissance Masterpiece Revealed: Filippino Lippi's 'Madonna and Child'. By Dan Bischoff for the New Jersey Star-Ledger, 16 January, 2011. So, do you think the Christ child looks like a rutabaga?

Giorgip Vasari. Ed. by Anja Zeller (Lippi). New German translation by Victoria Lorini. Das Leben des Sandro Botticelli, Filippino Lippi, Cosimo Rosselli und Alesso Baldovinetti. Berlin, 2010.

Roberto Paolo Ciardi, Maria Pia Mannini, et al. eds. Filippo et Filippino Lippi: la Renaissance à Prato. Milan, 2009

Michael W. Cole and Rebecca E. Zorach, eds. In:The idol in the age of art: objects, devotions and the early modern world. Farnham, 2009.

Philine Helas and Gerhard Wolf. "The shadow of the wolf: the survival of an ancient god in the frescoes of the Strozzi Chapel (S. Maria Novella, Florence), or Filippino Lippi's reflection on image, idol and art." In: The idol in the age of art: objects, devotions and the early modern world. Michael W. Cole and Rebecca E. Zorach, eds. Farnham, 2009: 133-157.

Guido Cornini. "Filippino Lippi, la cappella Carafa." In: Il '400 a Roma: la rinascita delle arti da Donatello a Perugino. Maria Grazia Bernardini and Marco Bussagli, eds. Milan, 2008: 247-255.

Patricia Rubin. "Filippino Lippi "pittore di vaghissima invenzione": Christian poetry and the significance of style in late fifteenth-century altarpiece design." In: Programme et invention dans l'art de la Renaissance. Paris, 2008: 227-246.

Bernard Berenson. Amico di Sandro. "Con un saggio di Patrizia Zambrano." Milan, 2006.

Patrizia Zambrano and Jonathan Katz Nelson. Filippino Lippi. Milan, 2004.
Book Review: Philippe Costamagna. Les cahiers d'histoire de l'art. 3 (2005): 168-169.
Book Review: Enrico Parlato. Roma nel Rinascimento. (2004(2005)): 164-167.
Book Review: Alison Wright. The Burlington Magazine. 147 (2005) 1231: 687-688.

Daniel Arasse, Pierluigi De Vecchi and Jonathan Katz Nelson. Botticelli e Filippino: l'inquietudine e la grazia nella pittura fiorentina del Quattrocento. Milan, 2004.

Miklos Boskovits. "Una mostra su Botticelli e Filippino." Arte cristiana. 92 (2004) 825: 409-420.

Jonathan Katz Nelson. "Maddalena ritrovata: l''apparizione' di due Maddalene di Filippino Lippi." Art e dossier. 19 (2004) 199: 42-47.

Jonathan Katz Nelson. "Filippino nei ruoli di discepolo, collaboratore e concorrente del Botticelli." In: Botticelli e Filippino: l'inquietudine e la grazia nella pittura fiorentina del Quattrocento. Milan, 2004: 85-99.

Mirella Levi D'Ancona. "Filippino Lippi miniatore." Rara volvmina [volumina]. 10 (2003(2004)( 2: 5-17.

Maria Vitiello. Le architetture dipinte di Filippino Lippi: la cappella Carafa a S. Maria Sopra Minerva in Roma. Rome, 2003. [78 pp]

Marina Montesano. "Esorcizzare gli idoli: sacro pagano e sacro cristiano negli affreschi di Filippino Lippi per la Cappella Strozzi in S. Maria Novella." In: Il sacro nel Rinascimento. Florence, 2002: 691-706.

George Goldner and Carmen C. Bambach. The Drawings of Filippino Lippi and His Circle. NYC, 1997.
Book Review: Francis Ames-Lewis. Master Drawings. 37 (1999) 1: 62-66.

Patricia Rubin. "Filippino Lippi drawings at the Metropolitan." Apollo. 147 (1998) 434: 53-54.

Julia DeLancey. "Before Michelangelo: colour usage in Domenico Ghirlandaio and Filippino Lippi." Apollo. 145 (1997) 420: 15-23.

Maria Clelia Galassi. "Filippino Lippi's underdrawing: the contribution of infrared reflectography." In: Dessin sous-jacent et technologie de la peinture: perspectives. Louvain-la-Neuve, 1997: 77-79.

Umberto Baldini. "Restauro della Cappella Brancacci: primi risultati." Critica d'arte 4.Ser. 51 (1986) 9: 65-68.

Gail L. Geiger. Filippino Lippi's Carafa chapel: renaissance art in Rome. Kirksville, MO, 1986.

Hellmut Wohl. "The eye of Vasari." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz. 30 (1986) 3: 537-568.

David L. Clark. "Filippino Lippi's The Virgin inspiring St. Bernard and Florentine humanism." Studies in Iconography. 7/8 (1981/82(1982)): 175-187.

Innis H. Shoemaker. "Drawings after the antique by Filippino Lippi." Master Drawings. 16 (1978) 35-43.

Bianca Hatfield Strens. "Le aggiunte di Filippino Lippi ad un "Volto di Cristo" fiammingo." In: Scritti di storia dell'arte in onore di Ugo Procacci. Maria Grazia Ciardi Dupre' Dal Poggetto and Paolo Dal Poggetto, eds. 2 vols. Milan, 1977: I: 284-288.

Millard Meiss. "A new monumental painting by Filippino Lippi." The Art Bulletin. 55 (1973): 479-494.

Robert Smith. "Filippino Lippi and Ignazio Hugford." The Burlington Magazine. 114 (1972): 244. On the supposed fake Lippis in the Uffizi.

Bruce Cole and Ulrich Middeldorf. "Masaccio, Lippi, or Hugford." The Burlington Magazine. 113 (1971): 500-507.

Hugh Lloyd-Jones. "Filippino Lippi's 'Wounded Centaur'." Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. 32 (1969): 390.

Peter Meller. "La cappella Brancacci: problemi ritrattistici ed iconografici." Acropoli. (1960/61(1961)): 273-312.

Umberto Baldini. Filippino Lippi . Florence, 1957.

Roberto Salvini. "Botticelli e Filippino." In: Saggi su Filippino Lippi: celebrazioni di Filippino Lippi nel V. centenario della nascita. Associazione Turistica Pratese. ed. Florence, 1957: 53-69.

Saggi su Filippino Lippi: celebrazioni di Filippino Lippi nel V. centenario della nascita. Associazione Turistica Pratese. ed. Florence, 1957.

Maria Fossi, ed. "Mostra di disegni di Filippino Lippi e Piero di Cosimo." Florence, 1955. (39 pp)

Aldo Bertini. "Mostra di disegni di Filippino Lippi e di Piero di Cosimo." Emporium. 122 (1955): 77.

Millard Meiss. "An early altarpiece from the cathedral of Florence." The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin. N.S. 12 (1953/54(1954)) 10: 302-317.

Katharine B. Neilson. Filippino Lippi: a critical study. Cambridge, MA 1938.
Book Review: A. Scharf. The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. 74 (1939): 298.

Alfred Scharf. Filippino Lippi. Vienna, 1935.
Book Review: Tancred Borenius. The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. 66 (1935): 195-196.

Raimond van Marle. "Two little-known works by Filippino Lippi." Apollo. 20 (1934): 70-71.

Carlo Gamba. "Filippino Lippi e l'amico di Sandro." In: Miscellanea di storia dell'arte in onore di Igino Benvenuto Supino. Rivista d'arte, ed. Florence, 1933: 461-479.

Alfred Scharf. "Tondi von Filippino Lippi." Pantheon. 12 (1933): 329-335.

Lionello Venturi. "Contributi: a Filippo Lippi; a Botticelli; a Filippino Lippi; a Domenico Ghirlandajo; a Pietro Perugino." L' arte. N.S. 3=35 (1932): 407-422.

George F. Hill. "On 'The worship of the golden calf' by Filippino Lippi." The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. 20 (1911/12([1912?])): 171-172.

Catholic Encyclopedia. Entry by Louis Gillet, 1910.

Jahn Rusconi. "Arte retrospettiva: I disegni di antichi maestri nella galleria Corsini." Emporium. 25 (1907): 262-275.

A. H. Layard. The Brancacci Chapel and Masolino, Masaccio, and Filippino Lippi. London, 1868.

Web Gallery of Art.

Handsome images and short biography. From Italian-Renaissance.com.

Most of an altarpiece dedicated to St Sebastian. Palazzo Bianco, Genoa, Italy.

Il Crocifisso di Filippino Lippi. A new purchase by the Musei di Prato e Provincia, Italy.

Seated Man with Draperies, Head Resting on Left Hand Drawing with careful essay. Louvre.

43 Drawings by or close to FL.

The Nativity with Two Angels. "Possibly early 1490s" National Galleries of Scotland.

Paintings by FL and "follower". The National Gallery, London.

The Wounded Centaur. Christ Church, University of Oxford.

Three paintings and a drawing The Hermitage, St Petersburg, Russia.

Fourteen paintings and drawings by FL and "follower".

Filippino Lippi. From the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History, MMA, NYC.

Standing Male Figure. Drawing. Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

Kress Collection. Twelve paintings by or attributed to FL.

Three drawings and a painting. The Cleveland Museum of Art.

Lamentation of Christ at the Tomb. "Circa. 1500". Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College.

Three drawings. Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, MA.

Two panels from an altarpiece. Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, California.



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