FRANCESCO TORBIDO, BATTISTA DEL MORO, and ORLANDO FIACCO
A Brief Bibliography

Titles are in order by date of publication.

Bertrand Jestaz. "Un fonds d'atelier de Battista del Moro (1573)." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz. 44. Bd., H. 2/3 (2000): 292-305.

Old Master Prints From the Museum’s Collection: From the Fifteenth to Seventeenth Century. Los Angeles, CA, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, March 25, 1999-May 31, 1999. (Battista del Moro)

Diana Gisolfi Pechukas. "Veronese and His Collaborators at "La Soranza"." Artibus et Historiae. Vol. 8, No. 15 (1987): 67-108. (Battista del Moro) Verona, 1933. On a portrait of Girolamo Fracastoro: "Vasari records at least 3: by Titian, Caroto, and Torbido. The portrait also exists in "statue, stampe, e medaglie." Vasari says the Torber for G. M. Giberti for Paolo Giovio and could have been for Giovio's collection of portraits of famous men, which he wasthen forming. Portraits by Titian and Caroto not traceable. [pp 39-40] At this time, the portrait was held by the National Gallery.

Dirce Viana. Francesco Torbido, detto il Moro pittore Veroinese.

Adam von Bartsch. The Illustrated Bartsch. New York, 1978. (Battista del Moro)



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