A Brief Bibliography

Titles are in order by date of publication.

Diane Finiello Zervas. "Andrea Orcagna: il tabernacolo di Orsanmichele." (pamphlet) Modena, 2006.

Andrea Franci. "Orcagna e le ricerche recenti sulla scultura fiorentina trecentesca." Arte cristiana. 90 (2002), 251-260.

Julian Gardner. Book Review. Orcagna: Andrea di Cione. Ein universeller Kuenstler der Gotik in Florenz by Gert Kreytenberg. The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 143, No. 1182 (September, 2001), 570-572.

Gert Kreytenberg. Orcagna, Andrea di Cione: ein universeller Kuenstler der Gotik in Florenz. Mainz, 2000.

Friederike Wille. "Orcagnas Pala Strozzi in Santa Maria Novella." Pratum Romanum: Richard Krautheimer zum 100. Geburtstag. Ed. by Renate L. Colella, Meredith J. Gill, et al. Wiesbaden, 1997, 363-382.

Roberto Bartalini. "Maso, la cronologia della cappella Bardi di Vernio e il giovane Orcagna." Prospettiva, 77 (1995), 16-35.

Gert Kreytenberg. Orcagna's tabernacle in Orsanmichele, Florence. "Photographs by David Finn." New York, 1994.

Brendan Cassidy. "Orcagna's Tabernacle in Florence: Design and Function." Zeitschrift fuer Kunstgeschichte, 55 Bd., H. 2 (1992), 180-211.

Gert Kreytenberg. "Image and frame: remarks on Orcagna's Pala Strozzi." The Burlington magazine. 134 (1992) 1075: 633-638.

Gert Kreytenberg. "Orcagnas 'Madonna of Humility' in the National Gallery of Art in Washington: Fragen nach Attribution und Ikonographie." Center. National Gallery of Art, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, 10 (1989/90(1990)): 57-58.

Kathleen Giles Arthur. "A New Document on Andrea Orcagna in 1345." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz. 32. Bd., H. 3 (1988): 521-524.

Bruce Cole. "Some thoughts on Orcagna and the black death style." Antichita' viva. 22 (1983) 2: 27-37.

Nancy Rash Fabbri and Nina Rutenburg. "The Tabernacle of Orsanmichele in Context." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 63, No. 3 (September, 1981): 385-405.

Anna Padoa Rizzo. "Per Andrea Orcagna pittore." Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Classe di Lettere e Filosofia. 3.Ser. 11 (1981) 3: 835-893.

Alastair Smart. "Taddeo Gaddi, Orcagna, and the Eclipses of 1333 and 1339." In: Studies in late medieval and Renaissance painting in honor of Millard Meiss. Irving Lavin and John Plummer, eds. 2 vols. New York, 1977: 403-414.

Gert Kreytenberg. "Zwei Marienstatuen ueber der Porta dei Cornacchini des Florentiner Domes." Pantheon. 34 (1976): 183-190.

Miklos Boskovits. "Orcagna in 1357--And in Other Times." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 113, No. 818 (May, 1971): 239-251.

Luisa Becherucci. "Maso di Banco e Andrea Orcagna." In: Citta' di vita. 21 (1966) 4: 337-462.

Umberto Pini. "L'annunciazione di Andrea Orcagna ritrovata." Acropoli. 1 (1960/61): 7-37.

Klara Steinweg. "Rekonstruktion einer orcagnesken Marienkroenung." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz. 10 (1961/6)32: 122-127.

Roberto Longhi. "Qualita' e industria in Taddeo Gaddi: I." Paragone. Arte. 9 (1959) 109: 31-40.

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

Dario Covi. "The provenance and donors of an Italian altarpiece in the Metropolitan Museum of Art." Marsyas. 4 (1954) 58-67.

Millard Meiss. Painting in Florence and Siena after the Black Death. Princeton. 1951.

Luisa Becherucci, ed. Affreschi dell'Orcagna e sculture del Trecento. Florence, 1949.

Klara Steinweg. Book Review: Andrea Orcagna und Nardo di Cione. By Hans Dietrich Gronau. The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. 72 (1938): 96-97.

Hans Dietrich Gronau. Andrea Orcagna und Nardo di Cione: eine stilgeschichtliche Untersuchung. Berlin, 1937.

Roberto Salvini. "La pala Strozzi in Santa Maria Novella." L' arte. N.S. 8=40 (1937): 16-45.

Luigia Maria Tosi. "Andrea Orcagna, architetto." Bollettino d'arte. 3.Ser. 27 (1933/34): 512-526.

Gaetano Milanesi. "Documenti dei lavori fatti da Andrea Orcagna nel Duomo d'Orvieto." Giornale storico degli archivi toscani. 3 (1859) [11 pp].

Biography. From the Catholic Encyclopedia. Gaston Sortais, 1911.

From the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica. Unsigned (here)

Biography and Some Works From the Web Gallery of Art.

Madonna and Child with Angels. Perhaps painted with his brother, Jacopo di Cione. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C.

St John the Baptist. Yale University Art Gallery.

Crucifixion. "1350-1359." Ehe Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland.

Tabernacle, Orsanmichele. Completed 1359. This is an ad, but I am posting this image because it is closest in color to the appearance of this beautiful structure after cleaning.

Tabernacle from another angle.

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