Boccaccio Boccaccino. The Gypsy Girl. 1516. Uffizi Gallery, Florence.

Lorenzetto and Boccaccino
A Short Bibliography

Titles are listed by date of publication.

Tilmann Buddenseig. "Raphael's Tomb." In: Sixteenth-century Italian Art Michael W. Cole, ed. Oxford, Blackwell Pub., 2006, 10-24. A thoughtful discussion of Lorenzetto's statue for Raphael's tomb.

Ingrid D. Rowland. "Raphael, Angelo Colocci, and the Genesis of the Architectural Orders." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 76, No. 1 (March, 1994): 81-104.

John Shearman. "Giulio Romano and the Tomb of the Duke and Duchess of Sessa." Zeitschrift fuer Kunstgeschichte. 57. Bd., H. 3, Kunstgeschichte und Gegenwart: 23 Beitraege fuer Georg Kauffmann zum 70. Geburtstag (1994): 364-372.

Jonathan Bober. "Cremonese drawings for the entry of Charles V: new attributions and an interpretation." Master drawings. 26, 1988(1989), 3: 219-232. (Boccaccino)

Cecilia Magnusson. "Lorenzetto’s statue of Jonah, and the Chigi Chapel in S. Maria del Popolo." Konsthistorisk tidskrift. 56 (1987): 19-26.

Marco Tanzi. "Presenze cremonesi a Piacenza e nel territorio." . In: La Madonna per San Sisto di Raffaello e la cultura piacentina della prima meta' del Cinquecento . Ed. by Paola Ceschi Lavagetto. Parma. 1985: 149-160. (Boccaccino)

Giulio Bora. "Nota sui disegni lombardi del Cinque e Seicento (a proposito di una mostra)." Paragone. Arte. 35 (1984) 413: 3-35. (Boccaccino)

Caroline Elam. "The Raphael Conference in Rome." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 125, No. 964 (July, 1983): 437-439.

Tod A. Marder. "Specchi's High Altar for the Pantheon and the Statues by Cametti and Moderati." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 122, No. 922, Special Issue Devoted to Sculpture (January, 1980): 30-40.

Mary D. Garrard. "Jacopo Sansovino's Madonna in Sant'Agostino: An Antique Source Rediscovered." Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. Vol. 38, (1975): 333-338. (Lorenzetto)

Arthur Edwin Bye. "Boccaccio Boccaccino's Mystic Marriage of St. Catharine." Art Bulletin. Vol. 4, no. 4 (June, 1922): 130-138.

Tancred Borenius. "The Probable Origin of an Antonellesque Composition." The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. Vol. 23, No. 122 (May, 1913): 82-84. (Boccaccino)

Boccaccino: Catholic Encyclopedia. Also on his son, Camillo. 1907. By Augustus Van Cleef.

Web Gallery of Art. Boccaccio Boccaccino.

Boccaccino in the Kress Collection.

Boccaccio Boccaccino at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Boccaccino at the National Gallery, London.


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