A Brief Bibliography for Rosso Fiorentino

Listings are in chronological order. Because of the immense number of studies on Rosso, selections are more recent than not.

Alessandro Nova. "Il Cristo in forma Pietatis del Rosso Fiorentino fra devozione e bellezza." L’ immagine di Cristo. 2006: 324-340.

Giorgio Vasari. Das Leben des Rosso Fiorentino. Victoria Lorini and Sabine Feser, eds. Berlin, 2004.

Paola. Barocchi. Il Rosso Fiorentino. London, 2003.

Stephen John Campbell. ""Fare una cosa morta parer viva": Michelangelo, Rosso, and the (un)divinity of art." The Art Bulletin 84 (2002): 596-620.

David. Ekserdjian. "The Art Bulletin. 84 (2002): 596-620.

Louis Alexander Waldman. "The Origins and Family of Rosso Fiorentino." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 142, No. 1171 (October, 2000): 607-612.

Paul Barolsky. "Rosso's Red Hair." Source. 16 (1997) 2: 33-36.

Sylvie Beguin. "A propos du dessin de Rosso, Mars et Venus servis par les Amours et les Graces." Florilegium. (1995): 138-145.

David Franklin. Rosso in Italy: the Italian career of Rosso Fiorentino. New Haven: 1994.
Book Review: Alessandro Nova. The Burlington magazine. 137 (1995): 553-554.

David Franklin. "Rosso Fiorentino's Betrothal of the Virgin: Patronage and Interpretation." Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. Vol. 55, (1992): 180-199.

Regina Stefaniak. "Replicating Mysteries of the Passion: Rosso's Dead Christ with Angels." Renaissance Quarterly. Vol. XLV, no. 4 (Winter, 1992): 677-738.

Patricia Lee Rubin. "The art of colour in Florentine painting of the early sixteenth century: Rosso Fiorentino and Jacopo Pontormo." Art history. 14 (1991): 175-191.

Sylvie. Beguin. "New evidence for Rosso in France." The Burlington magazine. 131 (1989): 828-838.

Linda Caron. "The Use of Color by Rosso Fiorentino." The Sixteenth Century Journal. Vol. 19, No. 3 (Autumn, 1988): 355-378.

Luciani Berti. "Per gli inizi del Rosso Fiorentino." Bollettino d’arte. 6.Ser. 68 (1983) 18: 45-60.

John F. Peluso. "Rosso Fiorentino's Moses Defending the Daughters of Jethro and Its Pendant: Their Roman Provenance and Allegorical Symbolism." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz. 20. Bd., H. 1 (1976): 87-106.

Eugene A. Carroll. "Lappoli, Alfani, Vasari, and Rosso Fiorentino." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 49, No. 4 (December, 1967): 297-304.

John Shearman. "The "Dead Christ" by Rosso Fiorentino." Boston Museum Bulletin. Vol. 64, No. 338 (1966): 148-172.

Michael Hirst. "Rosso: a document and a drawing." The Burlington magazine. 106 (1964): 120-126.

Eugene A. Carroll. "Some Drawings by Rosso Fiorentino." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 103, No. 704 (November, 1961): 446-454.

John K. G. Shearman. "Rosso, Pontormo, Bandinelli and others at SS. Annunziata." The Burlington magazine. 102 (1960) 685: 152-156.

Claude Phillips. "Il Rosso (Fiorentino) by Himself (?)" The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. Vol. 20, No. 105 (December, 1911): 140-141+144-147.

Rosso Fiorentino Online.

Web Gallery of Art.

Pieta'. Louvre.

On Rosso Fiorentino National Galleey, London.

Portrait of a Man. "Early 1520s." National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.



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