FRANCESCO SALVIATI
A Brief Bibliography

The listings are in order by date of publication.

Alessandro Cecchi. "Un capolavoro ritrovato: il ritratto di Giovanni delle Bande Nere di Francesco Salviati." Medicea. 6 (2010): 6-7.

Jan de Jong. "Spying and speculating: Francesco Salviati’s painting of King David and Bathseba in the Palazzo Ricci-Sacchetti in Rome." Konsthistorisk tidskrift. 79. (2010) 2: 91-126.

David McTavish. "Nature and art in the early drawings of Francesco Salviati." Master drawings. 48 (2010) 3: 291-314.

Jan de Jong. "History painting at the Farnese court: Giorgio Vasari, Francesco Salviati and Taddeo Zuccaro." In: The translation of Raphael's Roman style. Ed. by Henk Th.van Veen. Leuven. 2007: 69-79.

Acquiring an impeccable Mannerist. On the purchase and installation of a Salviati painting. From the Montreal Gazette, 26 March 2006.

Stefano Pierguidi. "Le allegorie di Francesco Salviati nella sala dell’Udienza di Palazzo Vecchio." Paragone. Arte. 57 (2006) Ser. 3, 67: 4-13.

Miles Chappell. "Francesco Salviati and Vincenzo De’ Rossi." Bulletin de l’Association des Historiens de l’Art Italien. 11, 2005(2006): 21-25.

Catherine Monbeig-Goguel. "Workshop continuity through the generations." Master drawings. 43 (2005) 3: 316-325.

Philippe Costamagna. "Francesco Salviati à Florence (1543-1548): reflexions sur la Conversion de Saint Paul. Studi di storia dell'arte in onore di Mina Gregori. [coordinamento di Miklós Boskovits]. Cinisello Balsamo. 1994: 120-125.

Janet Cox-Rearick. "Friendly Rivals: Bronzino and Salviati at the Medici Court, 1543-48." Master Drawings. 43 (2005): 292-315.

Catherine Monbeig Goguel. "Workshop Continuity through the Generations: Bandinelli versus Francesco Salviati." Master Drawings. 43 (2005): 316-325.

Michael Hirst. Tre saggi su Michelangelo. 2004.

Michael Hirst. "Perino, not Salviati." Burlington Magazine. 144 (2002): 164-165.

Jennifer Jane Bird. Designs for the decorative arts by Francesco Salviati. Masters' thesis, Kingston, Ontario, Queen's University 2001.

Catherine Monbeig Goguel. Francesco Salviati o la bella maniera. Catalog of the exhibition. Milan, 1998.
Book Review: Michael T. Ward. Renaissance Quarterly. Vol. 56, No. 4 (Winter, 2003): 1200-1202.

Paul Joannides. "Drawings by Francesco Salviati and Daniele da Volterra: Additions and Subtractions." Master Drawings. 32 (1994): 230-251.

Iris Cheney. "Comment: The Date of Francesco Salviati's French Journey." Art Bulletin. 74 (1992): 157-158.

Alessandro Nova. "Salviati, Vasari, and the Reuse of Drawings in Their Working Practice." Master Drawings. 30 (1992): 83-108.

Melinda Wilcox Schlitt. "Francesco Salviati and the rhetoric of style." PhD dissertation, Johns Hopkins University, 1991.

S. J. Freedberg. "The Formation of Francesco Salviati: An Early 'Caritas'." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 127, No. 992, Special Issue Devoted to Old Master Drawings in Honour of Philip Pouncey (November, 1985): 768+770-771+775.

Alessandro Nova, "Francesco Salviati and the 'Markgrafen' Chapel in S. Maria dell'Anima." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz. 25. Bd., H. 3 (1981): 355-372.

Michael Hirst. "Salviati's chinoiserie in Palazzo Sacchetti." Burlington Magazine. 121 (December, 1979): 791-792.

Catherine Dumont. Francesco Salviati au Palais Sacchetti de Rome et la decoration murale italienne (1520-1560). Rome, 1973.

Michael Hirst. "Three Ceiling Decorations by Francesco Salviati." Zeitschrift fuer Kunstgeschichte. 26. Bd., H. 2 (1963): 146-165.

Iris Hofmeister Cheney. "Francesco Salviati (1510-1563)." PhD dissertation, New York University, 1963.

Michael Hirst. "Francesco Salviati's Visitation." The Burlington Magazine. 103 (June, 1961): 236-240.

Web Gallery of Art. Francesco Salviati Online.

Dawn, after Michelangelo, from the Medici Chapel. Drawing. The British Museum.

Studies for the drapery of a seated female figure; one study from the waist downwards and one half-length. Drawing. The British Museum.

Christ Disputing with the Doctors in the Temple. Drawing. "Probably 1539." Philadelphia Museum of Art.



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