SIMONE MARTINI AND LIPPO MEMMI
A Brief Bibliography

Titles are in order by date of publication. For Simone Martini especially, the selection of titles is not necessarily representative of studies on his art. Most articles about Simone Martini at least mention his brother-in-law, Lippo Memmi. Articles mostly about one or the other are indicated in bold print.

Henk van Os. "Simone Martini's Annunciation revisited = Simone Martini's Annunciation reconsidered." Kunstchronik. 63 (2010) 4: 156-165.

Diana Norman. "Politics and piety: locating Simone Martini's 'Saint Louis of Toulouse' altarpiece." Art history. 33 (2010) 4: 596-619.

C. Jean Campbell. "Simone Martini, Petrarch, and the vernacular poetics of early Renaissance art." In: Dialogues in art history, from Mesopotamian to modern: readings for a new century. Ed. by Elizabeth Cropper. New Haven, 2009: 207-221.

Charles Dempsey. "The importance of vernacular style in Renaissance art: the invention of Simone Martini's Maesta' in the Palazzo Communale (sic!) in Siena." In: Dialogues in art history, from Mesopotamian to modern: readings for a new century. Ed. by Elizabeth Cropper. New Haven, 2009: 189-205.

Anna Maria Guiducci and Dominique Vingtain, eds. L'heritage artistique de Simone Martini: Avignon-Sienne. Avignon, 2009.

Miklos Boskovits. "Da Duccio a Simone Martini." In: Medioevo: la chiesa e il palazzo; atti del convegno internazionale di studi, Parma, 20-24 settembre 2005. Milan, 2007: 565-582.

Andrea De Marchi. "La parte di Simone e la parte di Lippo." Nuovi studi. 11 (2006(2007)) 12: 5-24.

Luciano Bellosi. 'La "Maesta' di Lippo Memmi nel Palazzo Comunale di San Gimignano." In: "I vivi parean vivi": scritti di storia dell'arte italiana del Duecento e del Trecento. Luciano Bellosi, ed. Florence, 2006: 278-285.

Joseph Polzer. "A question of method: quantitative aspects of art historical analysis in the classification of early Trecento Italian painting based on ornamental practice." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz. 49 (2005(2006)): 33-100.

Luciano Bellosi. "Il pittore oltremontano di Assisi: il gotico a Siena e la formazione di Simone Martini." In: "I vivi parean vivi": scritti di storia dell'arte italiana del Duecento e del Trecento [By] Luciano Bellosi. Florence, 2006: 227-236.

Thomas de Wesselow. "The 'Guidoriccio' fresco: a new attribution." Apollo. 159 (2004) 505: 3-12.

Adrian S. Hoch. "The Franciscan Provenance of Simone Martini's Angevin St. Louis in Naples." Zeitschrift fuer Kunstgeschichte. 58. Bd., H. 1 (1995), pp. 22-38

Keith Christiansen. "Simone Martini's Altar-Piece for the Commune of Siena." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 136, No. 1092, (March) 1994.

Joseph Polzer. "The 'Triumph of Thomas' panel in Santa Caterina, Pisa. Meaning and date." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz. 37. Bd., H. 1 (1993): 29-70. Lippo Memmi.

Cathleen S. Hoeniger. "Cloth of Gold and Silver: Simone Martini's Techniques for Representing Luxury Textiles." Gesta. Vol. 30, No. 2, 1991.

James Stubblebine. "French Gothic Elements in Simone Martini's Maestà." Gesta. Vol. 29, No. 1 (1990): 139-152.

Elizabeth H. Beatson, Norman E. Muller and Judith B. Steinhoff. "The St. Victor Altarpiece in Siena Cathedral: A Reconstruction." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 68, No. 4 (Dec., 1986): 610-631.

Gaudenz Freuler. "Lippo Memmi's New Testament Cycle in the Collegiata in S. Michele, in Paganico." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorisches Institutes in Florenz, 79 (1986), 93-102.

Joel Brink. "Sts Martin and Francis: Sources and Meaning in Simon Martini's Montefiore Chapel." In Renaissance Studies in Honor Craig Hugh Smyth. Andrew Morrogh, et al, ed. Florence, 1985, vol. 2: 79-96.

Maria Teresa Leoni, Carlo L. Ragghianti e Valerio Zanobini. "L'Annunciazione di Simone Martini e Lippo Memmi." Critica d'arte. 49 (1984) 3: 85-88.

Joseph Polzer. "A contribution to the early chronology of Lippo Memmi." In: La pittura nel XIV e XV secolo: il contributo dell'analisi tecnica alla storia dell'arte. Henk W. van Os and J. R. J. van Asperen de Boer, eds. Bologna, 1983: 237-252.

Joanna Cannon. "Simone Martini, the Dominicans and the Early Sienese Polyptych." Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. Vol. 45, (1982): 69-93.

Bonnie A. Bennett. "Lippo Memmi, Simone Martini's 'Fratello in arte': the image revealed by his documented works." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pittsburgh, 1977.

Millard Meiss. "Notes on a dated diptych by Lippo Memmi." In: Scritti di storia dell'arte in onore di Ugo Procacci. Maria Grazia Ciardi Dupre' Dal Poggetto and Paolo Dal Poggetto, eds. Milan, 1977: 137-139.

Miklos Boskovits. "A Dismembered Polyptych, Lippo Vanni and Simone Martini." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 116, No. 856 (July, 1974): 367-376.

Michael Mallory. "An Altarpiece by Lippo Memmi Reconsidered." Metropolitan Museum Journal. Vol. 9, (1974): 187-202.

Luisa Vertova. "Lippo Vanni versus Lippo Memmi." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 112, No. 808 (Jul., 1970): 437-441.

Ferdinando Bologna. Gli affreschi di Simone Martini ad Assisi. Milan, 1965.

Enzo Carli. "Ancora dei Memmi a San Gimignano." Paragone. Arte. 14 (1963) 159: 27-44.

Henry S. Francis. "A Sienese "Madonna and Child" by Lippo Memmi." The bulletin of the Cleveland Museum of Art. 40 (1953): 59-61.

john Pope-Hennessy. "Three Panels by Simone Martini." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 91, No. 556, (July) 1949.

John Pope-Hennessy. "A Madonna by Andrea Vanni." The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. Vol. 83, No. 484 (July, 1943): 174-177.

George Kaftal. "Iconografia dei due pannelli laterali dell'Annunciazione di Simone Martini e Lippo Memmi." In: Contributi a Santi di Tito architetto. Renzo Chiarelli, ed. Florence, 1939: 93-96.

Adolfo Venturi. "Altro gruppo di pitture inedite." L' Arte. N.S. 9=41 (1938): 181-195. Lippo Memmi.

Millard Meiss. "The Madonna of Humility." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 18, No. 4 (December, 1936): 435-465.

Marthe Bloch. "When did Simone Martini go to Avignon?" Speculum. Vol. 2, No. 4 (October, 1927): 470-472.

Catholic Encyclopedia. Simone Martini. By George Williamson. 1910.

F. Mason Perkins. "Due tavole di Lippo Memmi: alcuni Sassetta inediti." Rassegna d'arte. 6 (1906): 31.

Osvald Siren. "Notizie critiche sui quadri sconosciuti nel museo cristiano vaticano." L' arte. 9 (1906): 321-335. Lippo Memmi.

Gustavo Frizzoni. "L'Esposizione d'arte senese al 'Burlington Fine Arts Club'." L' arte. 7 (1904): 256-270.

WebMuseum, Paris.

Web Gallery of Art

St Geminianus, St Michael and St Augustine, each with an Angel above. The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.

A Saint Holding a Book. Simone Martini; Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery, UK.

St. Luke. "about 1330s." The J. Paul Getty Museum.

St Ansanus. "Circa 1326." Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Five paintings. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C.

Web Gallery of Art.

Restoration of Lippo Memmi's Majesty. Mostly about the fresco's restoration by Benozzo Gozzoli.

Madonna and Child with Saints and Angels". "Circa 1350." Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.



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