VASARI'S LIVES OF ANTONIO AND PIERO POLLAIUOLO BIBLIOGRAPHY

ANTONIO AND PIERO POLLAIUOLO
A Brief Bibliography

Titles are in order by date of publication.

Angelo Tartuferi. I Pollaiolo. Florence, 2010.

Massimo Giontella. "Ancora sulle "Antiquarie prospettiche romane": nuovi elementi per l’attribuzione a Bramante." Archivio storico italiano. 164 (2006) 609: 513-518.

Alison Wright. The Pollaiuolo brothers: the arts of Florence and Rome. New Haven, 2005.
Review: Bob Baggs. The Art Book. 13 (2006): 33-34.

Lilian Armstrong. "Copies of Pollaiuolo’s Battling nudes." Studies of Renaissance miniaturists in Venice. 1 (2003): 22-36.

Guido. Botticelli. "Il restauro delle pitture di Antonio del Pollaiolo a Villa La Gallina." Critica d’arte. 8.Ser. 66 (2003) 18: 49-59.

Alberto Busignani. "La "camera picta" di Antonio del Pollaiolo a Villa La Gallina." Critica d’arte. 8.Ser. 66 (2003) 18: 41-48.

Bertrand Prevost. "Le pathos ornemental de Pollaiolo." Critica d’arte. 8.Ser. 66 (2003) 18: 60-71.

Alison Wright. "Between the patron and the market: production strategies in the Pollaiuolo workshop." The art market in Italy. Ed. by Marcello Fantoni Louisa C. Matthew, and Sara F. Matthews-Grieco. Modena, 2003: 225-236.

Aldo Galli. "Risarcimento di Piero del Pollaiolo." Prospettiva. 109, 2003(2004): 27-58.,

Shelley R. Langdale. Battle of the nudes: Pollaiuolo’s Renaissance masterpiece. "[... on the occasion of the exhibition "Battle of the nudes. Pollaiuolo’s Renaissance masterpiece", August 25 - October 27, 2002]." Cleveland, 2002.

Federico Poletti. Antonio e Piero Pollaiolo. Milan, 2001.

Kornelia Imesch. "The spiritual and civic meaning of Pollaiuolo’s Berlin Annunciation." Fifteenth century studies. 25, 1999(2000): 41-85.

Ronald G. Kecks. Domenico Ghirlandaio und die Malerei der Florentiner Renaissance. Munich, 2000.

Briia Kusch-Arnhold. "Zum Grabmal Innocenz’ VIII. in Alt-St. Peter zu Rom." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz. 41, 1997(1998): 361-376.

Alison Wright. "Dancing nudes in the Lanfredini Villa at Arcetri." With and without the Medici. Ed. by Eckart Marchand and Alison Wright. Aldershot, 1998: 47-77.

Louise Marshall. "Manipulating the Sacred: Image and Plague in Renaissance Italy. Renaissance Quarterly. Vol. 47, No. 3 (Autumn, 1994): 485-532.

Timothy Wilson. "Pollaiuolo's Lost Hercules and the Lion Recorded on Maiolica?" Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. Vol. 53, (1990): 299-301.

James Beck. "Desiderio da Settignano (And Antonio del Pollaiuolo): Problems." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz. 28. Bd., H. 2 (1984): 203-224.

Laurie Fusco. "Antonio Pollaiuolo's Use of the Antique." Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. Vol. 42, (1979): 257-263.

Leopold David Ettlinger. Antonio and Piero Pollaiuolo. Oxford, 1978.
Review: Francis Ames-Lewis. The Burlington Magazine. 122 (1980): 198-199.

Michael Vickers. "A Greek Source for Antonio Pollaiuolo's Battle of the Nudes and Hercules and the Twelve Giants." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 59, No. 2 (June, 1977): 182-187.

L. D. Ettlinger. "Pollaiuolo's Tomb of Pope Sixtus IV." Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. Vol. 16, No. 3/4 (1953): 239-274.

Maud Crutwell. Antonio Pollaiuolo. London, 1907.

Antonio Pollaiolo Online.

Antonio del Pollaiuolo. Web Gallery of Art.

AP: Battle of Naked Men. 1465. Engraving. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

AP: Battle of the Nudes. "Italy, around AD 1470 (state II)." The British Museum, London.

Can Antonio Pollaiuolo's print of the Battle of the Nudes be considered a manifesto?. By Raichel Le Goff.

Pollaiuolo, Antonio: Apollo and Daphne (1470-80). By Tom Lubbock. The Independent (UK), 1 September 2006.

On Pero del Pollaiuolo. The National Gallery, London.



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