A Brief Bibliography

Titles are in order by date of publication.

Serena Nocentini and Anna Padoa Rizzo, ed. Benozzo Gozzoli e Cosimo Rosselli nelle terre di Castelfiorentino: pittura devozionale in Valdelsa. Florence, 2011.

Michelle O'Malley. "Finding fame: painting and the making of careers in Renaissance Italy." In: Re-thinking Renaissance objects : design, function and meaning. Guest ed.: Peta Motture and Michelle O'Malley. Oxford, UK, 2010: 9-32.

Giorgio Vasari. Das Leben des Sandro Botticelli, Filippino Lippi, Cosimo Rosselli und Alesso Baldovinetti. New German translation by Victoria Lorini. Life of Rosselli by Michael Hoff. Berlin, 2010.

Book Review: Cosimo Rosselli: catalogo ragionato. By Edith Gabrielli. In: The Burlington Magazine. 151 (2009) 1278: 620.

Gigetta Dalli Regoli. "I "maltrattati" delle Vite vasariane: riflessioni e marginali risarcimenti." Critica d'arte. 8.Ser. 70 (2008) 33/34: 9-33.

Edith Gabrielli. "Cosimo Rosselli: catalogo ragionato." Turin, 2007.

Edith Gabrielli. "L'unità delle arti in bottega: Cosimo Rosselli e la decorazione di alcuni codici della 'Geographia' di Tolomeo." Bollettino d'arte. 6.Ser. 90 (2005) 131: 53-60.

Laurence B. Kanter. "Cosimo Rosselli, painter of the Sistine Chapel." Renaissance Studies. 17 (2003) 2: 286-293.

Michel Laclotte. "Quelques tableaux de Cosimo Rosselli." In: In Italiam nos fata trahunt, sequamur .... Prague, 2003: 77-80.

Anabel Thomas. "Images of St Catherine: a re-evaluation of Cosimo Rosselli and the influence of his art on the woodcut and metal engraving images of the Dominican Third Order." In: Revaluing Renaissance art. Gabriele Neher and Rupert Shepherd, eds. Aldershot, UK, 2000: 187-199.

William Griswold. "A drawing by Cosimo Rosselli." The Burlington Magazine. 129 (1987): 514-516.

Paula Nuttall. "'La tavele Sinte Barberen': New Documents for Cosimo Rosselli and Giuliano da Maiano." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 127, No. 987 (June, 1985): 367-369+371-372.

Eve Borsook. "Cults and imagery at Sant'Ambrogio in Florence." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz. 25 (1981) 2: 147-202.

Everett Fahy. "An altarpiece by Cosimo Rosselli." In: Miscellanea. "di Bonsanti ..." [sic] Bergamo, 1973: 50-57.

Dario A. Covi. "A Documented Altarpiece by Cosimo Rosselli." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 53, No. 2 (June, 1971): 236-238.

Howard Saalman. "The Baltimore and Urbino Panels: Cosimo Rosselli." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 110, No. 784 (July, 1968): 376-381+383.

Everett Fahy. "Some Early Italian Pictures in the Gambier-Parry Collection." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 109, No. 768, The Gambier-Parry Bequest to The University of London (March, 1967): 128-139.

Alberto Busignani. "Cosimo Rosselli e la tarsia." Antichita' Viva. 1 (1962) 2: 40-45.

Carla Guglielmi. "An Unknown Panel by Cosimo Rosselli." The Burlington Magazine 97 (1955): 221.

Bernard Berenson. "Ristudiando i disegni di Cosimo Rosselli." Bollettino d'arte. 3.Ser. 26, (1932/33([1933?]): 537-547.

Bernhard Degenhart. "A Cosimo Rosselli Drawing." The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. Vol. 61, No. 352 (July, 1932): 6+10-11.

R. van Marle. "Two Madonnas by Cosimo Rosselli." The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. 58 (1931): 45.

The Catholic Encyclopedia. Entry by George Williamson, 1912.

Giovanni Battista Cavalcaselle and Joseph A. Crowe. Storia della pittura in Italia: dal secolo II al secolo XVI. 11 vols. Florence, 1883-1908; here, vol. 8, 1897.

Georg Gronau. "Ueber die Thatigkeit des Cosimo Rosselli." Repertorium fuer Kunstwissenschaft. 20 (1897): 170-171.

Web Gallery of Art.

Four paintings. From four different museums. The Kress Collection.

Madonna and Child Enthroned. "Circa 1475-80." Rollins: Cornell Fine Arts Museum, New York.

Met Museum site. Apparently they own three paintings, but overlong URLs preclude postings.

Madonna and Child with Angels. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Two paintings. Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Two paintings. Museun of Fine Arts, Boston.

Virgin and Child with SS. John the Baptist, Andrew Bartholomew and Zenobius. Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK.

The Adoration of the Child Jesus. "Circa 1480." Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham, UK.

Saint Catherine of Siena as Spiritual Mother of the Second and Third Orders of Saint Dominic. "About 1499-1500." National Galleries of Scotland.

Young Man. Drawing. Louvre, Paris.

Double-sided painting. One side: Virgin and Child with St John the Baptist and the Portrait of a Woman on the other. Palais Fesch, Musee des Beaux-Arts. Ajaccio, France.

Two paintings. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

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