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Italian Renaissance Art

Bibliographies

Bibliographies provide a review of the published literature on a given topic. They list the relevant books, journal articles, and exhibition catalogues available at the time of publication. An annotated bibliography also provides a brief description or review of the book, article, or catalogue.

Art Books: A Basic Bibliography of Monographs on Artists
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Central Italian Painting, 1400-1465
Martha Levine Dunkelman
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Dugento Painting: an annotated bibliography
James Stubblebine
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Fifteenth-Century Central Italian Sculpture
Sarah Blake Wilk
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Fifteenth-Century North Italian Painting and Drawing
Charles M. Rosenberg
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Mannerism in Art, Literature, and Music: A Bibliography
Richard Studing and Elizabeth Kruz
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Oxford Bibliographies - Art History 

Sources in Iconography in the Blackader-Lauterman Library of Architecture and Art

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