Titles are in chronological order. Note that there are apparently no articles mentioning Andrea Tafi in the OPAC of the library of the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florence. It is also worth noting that Web references to that name are usually referring to a recently- retired Italian tennis player.
It appears that Andrea Tafi is in the running for the title "Most Obscure Artist in Vasari's Lives."
- Recent Studies:
Norman E. Land. "Vasari's Buffalmacco and the Transubstantiation of Paint." Renaissance Quarterly. Vol/ 58, Number 3, (Fall 2005), 881-895.
Hayden B. J. Maginnis. "Giotto's World through Vasari's Eyes." Zeitschrift fuer Kunstgeschichte. 56 Bd., H. 3 (1993): 385-408.
- Classic and General Studies
W. Hayden Boyers. "The Sources of "L'Ascension du Tafi," by Anatole France." Modern Philology. Vol. 36, No. 2 (November, 1938): 207-212. On one of the four stories written by Anatole France under the group title "Le joyeux Buffalmacco." All are based at least in part on Vasari.
Ernest Hatch Wilkins. "Dante and the Mosaics of His Bel San Giovanni." Speculum. Vol. 2, No. 1 (January, 1927): 1-10.
Osvald Siren. "A Great Contemporary of Giotto-II." The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. Vol. 36, No. 202 (January, 1920): 4-5+8-11.
Homer Eaton Keyes. "The Princeton Madonna and Some Related Paintings." American Journal of Archaeology. Vol. 17, No. 2 (April/June, 1913): 210-222.
A. L. Frothingham, Jr. "Notes on Byzantine Art and Culture in Italy and Especially in Rome." The American Journal of Archaeology and of the History of the Fine Arts. Vol. 10, No. 2 (April/June, 1895): 152-208.
A. L. Frothingham, Jr. "Byzantine Artists in Italy from the Sixth to the Fifteenth Century." The American Journal of Archaeology and of the History of the Fine Arts. Vol. 9, No. 1 (January/March, 1894): 32-52