PIERINO DA VINCI

A Brief Bibliography

Titles are in order by date of publication.

Giorgio Vasari. Ed. by Victoria Lorini and Sabine Feser. Das Leben des Tribolo und des Pierino da Vinci. Berlin, 2010.

Britta Kusch-Arnhold. Pierino da Vinci. "Beitraege zur Kunstgeschichte des Mittelalters und der Renaissance." vol. 14, Muenster, 2008.

Claudio Pizzorusso. Giambologna e la scultura della maniera: Baccio Bandinelli, Niccolo' Tribolo, Bartolomeo Ammannati, Benvenuto Cellini, Pierino da Vinci, Giovan Angelo Montorsoli, Stoldo Lorenzi, Vincenzo de’ Rossi, Vincenzo Danti, Pietro Francavilla. Milan, 2008.

Charles Avery. ""Pierino da Vinci's 'Lost' Bronze Relief of The Death by Starvation of Count Ugolino della Gherardesca and his Sons rediscovered at Chatsworth." In his Studies in Italian Sculpture. London, 2001.

Mino Rosi. Pierino da Vinci: Profilo Interpretativo. Pisa, 2000.

Marion Boudon. "Le relief d'"Ugolin" de Pierino da Vinci" Une reponse scultee au probleme du paragone." Gazette des Beaux-Arts 132 (1998), 1-18.

Emilio Tolaini. "Un gigante nel lungarno pisano: il 'Sansone' di Pierino da Vinci." Bollettino storico pisano. 65, 1993(1996): 1-16.

Marco Cianchi. Pierino da Vinci: atti della giornata di studio. Vinci, Biblioteca leonardiana. Florence, 1995.

Catherne Monbeig Goguel. Maestri toscani del Cinquecento: Michelangelo, Sansovino, Bandinelli, Jacone, Montorsoli, Salviati, Vasari, Dosio, Pierino da Vinci, Giambologna, [etc.]. Florence, 1979.

J. Wilde. "An Illustration of the Ugolino Episode by Pierino da Vinci." Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. Vol. 14, No. 1/2 (1951): 125-127.

Frances A. Yates. "Transformations of Dante's Ugolino." Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. Vol. 14, No. 1/2 (1951): 92-117.

Ulrich Middeldorf. "Additions to the Work of Pierino da Vinci." The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. Vol. 53, No. 309 (December, 1928): 298-301+304-306.

Web Gallery of Art.

PIERINO DA VINCI: Fleeting Star of Italian Mannerism. One of those youtube filmettes with photos against an anachronistic musical background (here, "O Mio Babbino"--are you kidding?) Still, lots of images of the artist's sculptures, even if they are unlabeled.

Hy Edelman's Discovery of a "Lost" Bas Relief by Pierino da Vinci: The Death of Count Ugolino della Gherardesca. An art-chase story. Read this, then Avery's article (listed above) and then the site below.

Pierino da Vinci: the Death of Count Ugolino della Gherardesca and his sons. Now at the Liechtenstein Museum.



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