A Brief Bibliography
From Lorenzo de'Medici to the first move to Rome

Titles are in order by date of publication. See also the previous bibliography.

Claudio Crescentini. "Il giovane Michelangelo a Roma e la nascita della 'maniera moderna': 'non parea che 'l dovesse cotanto offendere l'esser moderna'. In: In: Michelangelo scultore: lo sguardo indiscreto. Claudio Crescentini, Sarah Cunningham, et al. Rome, 2010: 21-61.

Sarah Cunningham. "Michelangelo nel suo primo periodo romano, un percorso documentale fra arte, finanza e cronica." In: Michelangelo scultore: lo sguardo indiscreto. Claudio Crescentini, Sarah Cunningham, et al. Rome, 2010: 151-173.

Chrysa Damianaki. "Il Bacco di Michelangelo: aspetti tecnico-stilistici e questioni interpretative." In: Michelangelo scultore: lo sguardo indiscreto. Rome, 2010: 65-93.

Pina Ragionieri, ed. "Michelangelo: il piccolo crocifisso ligneo della casa Buonarroti." Cinisello Balsamo, Milano, 2010.

Linda Koch. "Michelangelo's Bacchus and the art of self-formation." Art History. Vol. 29, no. 3 (June, 2006): 345-386.

Lynn Catterson. "Michelangelo's 'Laocoön'?" Artibus et Historiae. Vol. 26, No. 52 (2005): 29-56. An infamous article available here--for now!

Luba Freedman. "Michelangelo's Reflections on Bacchus." Artibus et Historiae. Vol. 24, No. 47 (2003): 121-135.

Paul Joannides. "Michelangelo’s "Cupid": a correction." The Burlington Magazine. 145 (2003): 579-580.

Ralph Lieberman. "Regarding Michelangelo's Bacchus. In: Artibus et Historiae. Vol. 22, No. 43 (2001): 65-74.

Laura Lucchesi, et. Il Crocifisso di Santo Spirito/The Crucifix of Santo Spirito. Florence, 2000.

James Beck. "Connoisseurship: A Lost or a Found Art? The Example of a Michelangelo Attribution: 'The Fifth Avenue Cupid'." Artibus et Historiae. Vol. 19, No. 37 (1998): 9-42.

Clifford M. Brown. "The erstwhile Michelangelo Sleeping Cupid in the Turin Museo di Antichita' and drawings after antiquities in the collection of Tommaso della Porta." Journal of the history of collections. Vol. 5 (1993): 59-63.

Christoph Luitpold Frommel. "Jacopo Gallo als Foerderer der Kuenste: Das Grabmal seines Vaters in S. Lorenzo in Damaso und Michelangelos erste roemisches Jahre." In: Kostinos: Festschrift fuer Erika Simon. Mainz, 1992, 450-460.

Ruth Rubinstein. "Michelangelo's Lost Sleeping Cupid and Fetti's Vertumnus and Pomona."

Charles H. Carman. "Michelangelo's "Bacchus" and Divine Frenzy." Source: Notes in the History of Art. Vol. 2, No. 4 (Summer 1983): 6-13.

David Alan Robertson. "Michelangelo's Saint Proculus Reconsidered." Art Bulletin. Vo;. LXV, no. 4 (December, 1983): 658-660.

Paola Barocchi. Lisa Goldenberg Stoppato, trans. Il Bacco di Michelangelo = Michelangelo's Bacchus. Florence, 1982 [Lo Specchio del Bargello; 8]

Michael Hirst. "Michelangelo in Rome: An Altar-Piece and the 'Bacchus'." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 123, No. 943 (October, 1981): 581-591+593.

William Keach. "Cupid Disarmed, or Venus Wounded? : an Ovidian source for Michelangelo and Bronzino." Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. 41 (1978): 327-331.

Alison Luchs. "Michelangelo's Bologna Angel: 'Counterfeiting' the Tuscan Duecento?" Burlington Magazine, 120 (1978). 222-225.

S. Bottari. L'Arca di San Domenico in Bologna. Bologna, 1964.

William Rheinhold Valentiner. "Michelangelo’s "Cupid" for Jacopo Gallo." The Art Quarterly. 21 (1958): 257-264.

Paul F. Norton. "The Lost Sleeping Cupid of Michelangelo." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 39, No. 4 (December, 1957): 251-257.

John Pope-Hennessy. "'Michelangelo's Cupid': The End of a Chapter." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 98, No. 644 (November, 1956): 403-409+411.

John Pope-Hennessey. "The Arca of St. Dominic: A Hypothesis." Burlington Magazine. XCIII (1951): 347-351.

T. Bonora. L'Arca di San Domenico in Bologna: richerche storico-critiche. Bologna, 1875.

The Cupid attributed to Michelangelo deposited at the Metropolitan Museum.

He's Baa-a-a-ck! "Michelangelo of Fifth Avenue" Moves to the Met. The history of the Cupid attribution, with details and quotes, especially from the detractors.

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