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Volume 12 Leo S. Olschki, Florence, 2009.

 

 

Volume 11 Leo S. Olschki, Florence, 2007.

Table of Contents

Amanda Lillie: Fiesole: locus amoenus or Penitential Landscape?

Gene Brucker: I Tatti and its Neighbors, 1427-1530

Machtelt IsraŰls: Absence and Resemblance. Early Images of Bernardino da Siena and the Issue of Portraiture (With a New Proposal for Sassetta)

Flaminia Bardati: Napoli in Francia? L'Arco di Alfonso e i portali monumentali del primo Rinascimento francese.

Guido Rebecchini: After the Medici. The New Rome of pope Paul III Farnese

Nerida Newbigin: Greasing the Wheels of Heaven: Recycling, Innovation and the Question of "Brunelleschi's" Stage Machinery

Suzanne B. Butters: The Uses and Abuses of Gifts in the world of Ferdinando de' Medici (1549-1609)

 

Volume 10:  Leo S. Olschki, Florence, 2005.

Table of Contents

Antonella Astorri and David Friedman: "The Florentine Mercanzia and its Palace"

Richard A. Goldthwaite: "An Entrepreneurial Silk Weaver in Renaissance Florence"

Gary Ianziti: "From Praise to Prose - Leonardo Bruni's Lives of the Poets"

Louis A. Waldman: "Patronage, Lineage, and Self-Promotion in Maso da San Friano's Naples Double Portrait"

Pauline Moffit Watts: "A Mirror for the Pope: Mapping the Corpus Christi in the Galleria delle Carte Geografiche"

 

 

Volume 9:  Leo S. Olschki, Florence, 2001.

Table of Contents

Alison Brown: "Lucretius and the Epicureans in the Social and Political Context of Renaissance Florence"

Giancarlo Fiorenza: "Pandolfo Collenuccio's Specchio d'Esopo and the Portrait of the Courtier"

Maureen C. Miller: "The Medici Renovation of the Florentine Arcivescovado"

Alessandra Malquori: "La "Tebaide" degli Uffizi - Tradizioni letterarie e figurative per l'interpretazione di un tema iconografico"

Lorenz B÷ninger: "Politics, Trade and Toleration in Renaissance Florence - Lorenzo de' Medici and the Besal¨ Brothers"

 

 

Volume 8:  Leo S. Olschki, Florence, 1999.

Table of Contents

Gary Ianziti: "The Plutarchan Option - Leonardo Brunt's Early Career in History, 1405-1414"

Anthony Grafton: "Historia and Istoria - Alberti's Terminol-ogy in Context"

Letizia Panizza: "Pico della Mirandola e il De Genere Dicendi Philosophorum del 1458 - L'encomio paradossale dei "barbari" e la loro parodia"

Carmen C. Bambach: "The Purchases of Cartoon Paper for Leonardo's Battle of Anghiari and Michelangelo's Battle of Cascina"

Albert Russell Ascoli: "Faith as Cover-up - Ariosto's Orlando Furioso, canto 21 and Machiavellian Ethics"

Lina Bolzoni: "II mondo utopico e il mondo dei cornuti - Plagio e paradosso nelle traduzioni di Gabriel Chappuys"

David Rosenthal: "The Genealogy of Empires - Ritual Politics and State Building in Early Modern Florence"

 

 

Volume 7:  Leo S. Olschki, Florence, 1997.

Table of Contents

E.H. Gombrich: "The Sassetti Chapel Revisited: Santa Trinita and Lorenzo de' Medici"

JÚr˘me Hayez: "Io non so scrivere a l'amicho per siloscismi- Jalons pour une lecture de la lettre marchande toscane de la fin du Moyen Age"

Bette Talvacchia: "Classical Paradigms and Renaissance Antiquarianism in Giulio Romano's I Modi"

Francesco Sberlati: "Dalla donna di palazzo alla donna di famiglia- Pedagogia e cultura femminile tra Rinascimento e Controriforma"

Michele Ciliberto: "Giordano Bruno tra mito e storia"

Pietro C. Marani: "Il Cenacolo di Leonardo e i suoi restauri nella Milano fra il XV e il XX secolo fra arte e fede, propaganda politica e magnificenza civile"

David Quint: "Duelling and Civility in Sixteenth Century Italy"

Arnaldo Morelli: "Per ordinamento e servicio: Organi e sistemazioni architettoniche nelle chiese toscane del Rinascimento"

 

 

Volume 6:       Leo S. Olschki, Florence, 1995.

Table of Contents

Christiane Klapisch-Zuber: "Les Noces Feintes- Sur quelques lectures de deux thŔmes iconographiques dans les cassoni florentins"

Salvatore Settis: "Traiano a Hearst Castle - Due cassoni estensi"

Ronald Witt: "What did Giovannino Read and Write? Literacy in Early Renaissance Florence"

Andrew Butterfield: "New Evidence for the Iconography of David in Quattrocentro Florence"

Creighton E. Gilbert: "Ghiberti on the Destruction of Art"

Stephen J. Campbell: "'Sic in Amore furens'- Painting as Poetric Theory in the Early Renaissance"

Massimiliano Rossi: "Per l'unitÓ delle arti - La poetica 'figurativa' di Giovanbattista Strozzi il Giovane"

Paul F. Gehl: "The 1615 Statutes of the Sienese Guild of Stationers and Booksellers - Provincial Publishing in Early Modern Tuscany"

 

 

Volume 5:             Leo S. Olschki, Florence, 1993.

Table of Contents

Gene Brucker: "Florentine Voices from the Catasto, 1427-1480"

Caroline Elam: "Art in the Service of Liberty - Battista della Palla, Art Agent for Francis I"

Stefano La Via: "Concentus Iovis adversus Saturni Voces - Magia, musica astrale e umanesimo nel IV intermedio fiorentino del 1589"

John Monfasani: "The Averroism of John Argyropoulos and his Quaestio utrum intellectus humanus sit perpetuus"

Robert Williams: "The Fašade of the Palazzo dei 'Visacci'"

Christopher Reynolds: "Aspects of Clerical Patronage and Musical Migration in the Renaissance"

Alessandro Cecchi: "Un ritratto immaginario e celebrativo di Giovanni di Paolo Rucellai - indagini e ipotesi"

Charles Trinkaus: "Lorenzo Vallas's Anti-Aristotelian Natural Philosophy"

 

 

Volume 4:       Leo S. Olschki, Florence, 1991.

Table of Contents

James R. Banker: "The Program for the Sassetta Altarpiece in the Church of S. Francesco in Borgo S. Sepolcro"

Gary Ianziti: "Humanism's New Science - the History of the Future"

Tim Carter: "Non occorre nominare tanti musici - Private Patronage and Public Ceremony in Late Sixteenth Century Florence"

Christiane Klapisch-Zuber: "The Genesis of the Family Tree"

Allen J. Grieco: "The Social Politics of Pre-Linnaean Botanical Classification"

Honey Meconi: "Sacred Tricinia and Basevi 2439"

Roberto Bizzocchi: "La nobiltÓ in Dante, la nobiltÓ di Dante - Cultura nobiliare, memoria storica e genealogia fra Medio Evo e Rinascimento"

Walter Stephens: "Metaphor, Sacrament, and the Problem of Allegory in Gerusalemme Liberata"

Robert W. Gaston: "Love's Sweet Poison - a New Reading of Bronzino's London Allegory"

 

 

Volume 3:        Leo S. Olschki, Florence, 1989.

Table of Contents

Sydney J. Freedberg: "Some thoughts on Berenson, Connoisseurship, and the History of Art"

Lorenzo Polizzotto: "Dell'arte del ben morire: The Piagnone Way of Death, 1494-1545"

Margaret Haines: "Brunelleschi and Bureaucracy: The Tradition of Public Patronage at the Florentine Cathedral"

David Nutter: "Ippolito Tromboncino, Cantore al Liuto"

Giovanna Perini: "L'arte di descrivere: La tecnica dell'ecfrasi in Malvasia e Bellori"

Anthony Colantuono: "Titian's Tender Infants: On the Imitation of Venetian Painting in Baroque Rome"

William E. Wallace: "Michelangelo at Work: Bernardino Basso, Friend, Scoundrel, and Capomaestro"

 

 

Volume 2:         Leo S. Olschki, Florence, 1987.

Table of Contents

An Editorial Comment to Richard Goldthwaite's "The Economy of Renaissance Italy"

Richard A.Goldthwaite: "The Economy of Renaissance Italy - the Preconditions for Luxury Consumption"

F. W. Kent: "Palaces, Politics and Society in Fifteenth-Century Florence"

Roger Jones: "Mantegna and Materials"

H. Colin Slim: "Arcadelt's Amor, tu sai in an Anonymous Allegory"

Valerie Wainwright: "The Testing of a Popular Sienese Regime - The Riformatori and the Insurrection of 1371"

Robert Black: "Humanism and Education in Renaissance Arezzo"

Nancy Struever: "Lorenzo Valla's Grammar of Subject and Object - An Ethical Inquiry" 

 

 

Volume 1:    Villa I Tatti, Florence, 1985.

Table of Contents

Michael Bury: "Bernardo Vecchietti, Patron of Giambologna"

Tim Carter: "Music and Patronage in Late Sixteenth-Century Florence - The Case of Jacopo Corsi (1561-1602)"

Caroline Elam: "Piazza Strozzi - Two Drawings by Baccio d'Agnolo and the Problems of a Private Renaissance Square"

Louis Green: "Lucca under Castruccio Castracani - The Social and Economic Foundations of a Fourteenth-Century Italian Tyranny"

Thomas Kuehn: "Reading between the Patrilines - Leon Battista Alberti's Della Famiglia in Light of His Illegitimacy"

Piotr Salwa: "Fiction e RealtÓ - Novella come fonte storica"

Salvatore Settis: "Danae verso il 1495"

Mikolaj Szymansky: "Ciceronian Decadence - Tommaso Aldobrandini's Consolation for Bernardo Salviati"