Titles are in order by date of publication.
- Recent Studies:
P. Antonioli, et al. "Art-loving bugs: the resurrection of Spinello Aretino from Pisa's cemetery." Proteomics. 2005 ((June, 2005)(9): 2453-9. Here is the abstract. This is actually rather amusing.
Stefan Weppelmann. Spinello Aretino und die toskanische Malerei des 14. Jahrhunderts. Florence, 2003. Originally his Ph.D. dissertation from Muenster Univ., 2002.
Thomas J. Loughman. "Spinello Aretino, Benedetto Alberti, and the Olivetans: late Trecento patronage at San Miniato al Monte." Ph.D. dissertation from Rutgers Univ., 2003. From UMI.
Stefan Weppelmann. "Sulla pittura del Trecento aretino tra le botteghe di Andrea di Nerio e Spinello Aretino." Proporzioni. N.S. 1 (2000(2001)): 28-36.
Donal Cooper. "Spinello Aretino in Citta' di Castello: the lost model for Sassetta's Sansepolcro polyptych." Apollo. 154 (2001) 474: 22-29.
- Classic and General Studies
Hayden B. J. Maginnis. "Giotto's World through Vasari's Eyes." Zeitschrift fuer Kunstgeschichte. 56 Bd., H. 3 (1993): 385-408.
Angelo Tartuferi. "Spinello Aretino in San Michele Visdomini a Firenze (e alcune osservazioni su Lorenzo di Niccolo')." Paragone. Arte. 34 (1983) 395: 3-18.
David M Robb. "The Iconography of the Annunciation in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 10 No.4 (December, 1936): 480-526>
H. W. van Os. "An Unknown Panel from Spinello Aretino's Monte Oliveto Altar-Piece." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 111, No. 797 (August, 1969): 512-514.
R. A. Bones. "The Analysis of Calcium Sulphate Grounds by an X-Ray Diffraction Process." Studies in Conservation. Vol. 1, No. 4 (October, 1954): 193-195. An discussion of a paintong by Spinello.
Rutherford J. Gettens. "The Materials in a Painting by Spinello Aretino." Bulletin of the Fogg Art Museum. Vol. 10, No. 6 (December, 1947): 188-193.
Millard Meiss. "The Madonna of Humility." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 18, No. 4 (December, 1936): 435-465.
Edward W. Forbes. "Report of the Fogg Art Museum, 1914-15." Annual Report (Fogg Art Museum). No. 1914/1915 (1914-1915): 1-5.
Frank Jewett Mather, Jr. "A Processional Banner by Spinello Aretino." The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin. Vol. 9, No. 2 (February, 1914): 43-46.
- Some Web Sites
The Web Gallery of Art.
Several paintings. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.
Five paintings. Fogg Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.
Two paintings from the Kress Collection.
Virgin and Child with Angels. "Circa 1405." Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio.
Scholars' Resource. The place to go for the illustrations for your article.
Several paintings. The National Gallery, London.
The Annunciation. Fitzwilliam Musum, Cambridge, UK.
'Salome' and 'The Infant St. John the Baptist'. The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK.