STEFANO, PAINTER OF FLORENCE,
and UGOLINO SANESE [UGOLINO DA SIENA]; [UGOLINO DI NERIO]
A Brief Bibliography

Titles are in order by date of publication. Stefano was the father of Giottino, whose bibliography here you may wish to consult. Art historians believe his works are now lost. Possible survivors are frescoes in the lower church at Assisi; see here for more on these.

Stefan Weppelmann and Stephan Winkler. "Digitale Kunstgeschichte?: eine Fallstudie an Ugolinos Altarwerk aus Santa Croce." In: Geschichten auf Gold: Bilderzaehlungen in der frühen italienischen Malerei. Stefan Weppelmann. ed. Berlin, 2005: 118-125.

June Marian Risser Hanson. "An examination of the evidence for Ugolino di Nerio's participation in the workshop of Duccio di Buoninsegna and collaboration during the painting of the Maesta' altarpiece." Dissertation. [sic] CSU Long Beach, 1983. (The California State Universities do not give out Ph.D degrees so this must be a Master's thesis.)

Michel Laclotte. "Une Madone d'Ugolino da Siena." In: Art, objets d'art, collections : etudes sur l'art du Moyen age et de la Renaissance, sur l'histoire du gout et des collections: hommage a' Hubert Landais. [s.l.] 1987: 53-56.

James H. Stubblebine. "Ugolino di Nerio. Old and new in an early Madonna." Apollo. 121 (1985): 366-372.

Dillian Gordon and Anthony Reeve. "Three newly-acquired panels from the altarpiece for Santa Croce by Ugolino di Nerio." National Gallery technical bulletin 8 (1984): 36-52.

James H. Stubblebine. Duccio di Buoninsegna and his school. 2 vols. Princeton, 1979.

Henri Loyrette. "Une source pour la reconstruction du polyptyque d'Ugolino da Siena a' Santa Croce." Paragone. Arte. 29 (1978) 343: 15-23.

Maria Prokopp. "Nuova proposta sull'attribuzione di un dipinto del Trecento nel Museo Cristiano di Esztergom." Acta historiae artium Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae. 24 (1978): 67-77.

Martin Davies. "Ugolino da Siena: some observations." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz. 17 (1973) 1: 249-256.

James H. Stubblebine. "Duccio and his collaborators on the Cathedral Maesta." The Art Bulletin. 55 (1973): 185-204.

Aune Lindstrom. "Ugolino da Siena." Museojulkaisu: Ateneumin Taidemuseo. 13 (1968): 15-19.

John Pope-Hennessy. "Heptaptych Ugolino da Siena : September, 1962 Williamstown, MA." Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Henry S. Francis. "An altarpiece by Ugolino da Siena." The bulletin of the Cleveland Museum of Art. 48 (1961): 195-205.

Enzo Carli. Dipinti senesi del contado e della Maremma. Milan, 1955.

Gertrude Coor-Achenbach. "Contributions to the Study of Ugolino di Nerio's Art." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 37, No. 3 (September, 1955): 153-165.

Gertrude Coor-Achenbach. "A Dispersed Polyptych by the Badia a Isola Master." The Art Bulletin. Vol. 34, No. 4 (December, 1952): 311-316.

Carlo Gamba. "La mostra del tesoro di Firenze sacra: la pittura." Bollettino d'arte. 3.Ser. 27 (1933/34([1934?]): 145-163.

Osvald Siren, "Some Paintings by a Follower of Giotto." The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. Vol. 43, No. 249 (December, 1923): 259-261+264-265+268-269. [On Stefano]

Giacomo de Nicola. "Ugolino e Simone a San Casciano Val di Pesa." L' arte. 19 (1916): 13-20.

Alfonso Lazzari. Ugolino e Michele Verino. Turin. 1897.

Ugolino di Nerio. From the Web Gallery of Art.

Virgin and Child with Saints Francis, Andew, Paul, Peter, Stephen. and Louis of Toulouse. Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA. Site also has a movie.

Twelve paintings. By or attributed to Ugolino (di Nerio). The National Gallery, London.

Ugolino: The Last Supper. Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

The Crucufixion. Attributed. Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

Ugolino: St. Margaret Holding a Cross. Circa 1320-1340. Portland (Oregon) Museum of Art. From the Kress collection.

Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints Peter, Paul, John the Baptist, Dominic and a Donor 1325/35. As Ugolino di Nerio. Attribution. The Art Institute of Chicago.

St. Mary Magdalene. Ugolino: Circa 1320. Legion of Honor, San Francisco.





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