BIBLIOGRAPHY for FLORENTINE BAROQUE ART
The BIBLIOGRAPHY for FLORENTINE BAROQUE ART is
intended as an aid for the study of the art of this period in the light of
its modern reappraisal. The Bibliography will be updated
periodically. The listing was first published in the author's
essay "Renascence of the Florentine Baroque," Dialoghi
dell'Arte, 7, 1998, pp. 56-111. The
exemplary bibliography in Rudolf Wittkower's Art
and Architecture in
Organized under topical headings, the present Bibliography indicates primary sources, fundamental works with early references, and useful recent studies. As seen in the table below entitled "TOPICS," the Bibliography is organized by broad headings (sections with Roman numerals) and subheadings (the sections indicated by letters). The topic headings and subheadings are links to sections in the Bibliography.
Comments and suggestions for additions will be
much appreciated and may be sent to the author at email@example.com or at M. Chappell,
Department of Art and Art History,
The tabs on the bar above correspond
to the Roman numeral topic headings in the following outline.
II. GENERAL STUDIES.
III. THE ARTS.
B. The Church.
C. The Medici.