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Actualité des publications scientifiques (2015)

———————- THE ART BULLETIN ———————

The Art Bulletin, Vol. 97, No. 1, March 2015

  • SHERI FRANCIS SHANEYFELT, The Società del 1496: Supply, Demand, and Artistic Exchange in Renaissance Perugia (p. 10)


The Art Bulletin, Vol. 97, No. 2, June 2015

  • MARVIN TRACHTENBERG, Building and Writing S. Lorenzo in Florence: Architect, Biographer, Patron, and Prior (p.140)


The Art Bulletin, Vol. 97, No. 3, September 2015

  • KIRK AMBROSE, Digital Art History (p. 245)
  • FLORINA H. CAPISTRANO-BAKER, Whither Art History in the Non-Western World: Exploring the Other(’s) Art Histories (p. 246)



—————————– ART HISTORY —————————–

Art History, Volume 38, Issue 1, February 2015

  • Portrait and Imprint in Fifteenth-Century Italy (pages 10–37), Joost Keizer
  • Frans Floris’s Allegory of the Trinity (1562) and the Limits of Tolerance (pages 38–67), Edward H. Wouk


Art History, Volume 38, Issue 3, June 2015

  • Tintoretto’s Time (pages 414–433), Kamini Vellodi
  • Visuality, Morality, and Same-Sex Desire: The Infants Christ and Saint John the Baptist in Early Netherlandish Art (pages 434–461), Andrea Pearson



———– Art Histories Supplement 2.0———–

Art Histories Supplement 2.0, issue 1 (2015)

  • The studiolo of Francesco I de’ Medici: A Recently-Found Inventory, by Lindsay Alberts, p.3
  • The Giorgio Vasari Project: A user-generated content project, p.25



———– Artibus et Historiae ———–

Artibus et Historiae, no. 71 (XXXVI), 2015

  • Paul Joannides, Revival or Continuity? Three Turns about Pontormo (pp. 91-112)
  • Marcin Fabiański, L’iconografia del ‘Giove pittore di farfalle’ di Dosso Dossi, ossia il sogno di primavera di Alfonso d’Este (pp. 113-124)



—————— The Burlington Magazine ——————

The Burlington Magazine, July 2015

    • The Miraculous Image in Renaissance Florence, M. Holmes by JOANNA CANNON
    • The Spectacle of Clouds, 1439–1650: Italian Art and Theatre, A. Buccheri by DAVID EKSERDJIAN


The Burlington Magazine, October 2015

    • Titian’s ‘Danaë’ for Philip II of Spain: a clarification by CHARLES HOPE
    • Raphael, Notes and introduction by W.E. Suida, preface by B. Talvacchia by JANE MARTINEAU
    • La Pala d’Altare a Bologna nel Rinascimento, opere, artisti e città, 1450–1500, C. Cavalea by FRANCIS RUSSELL
    • Parmigianino’s ‘Madonna of the Long Neck’: A Grace beyond the Reach of Art, E.J. Olszewski by DAVID FRANKLIN
    • Federico da Montefeltro’s studiolo by FRANK DABELL


The Burlington Magazine, November 2015

    • Leon Battista Alberti and Nicholas Cusanus: Towards an Epistemology of Vision for Italian Renaissance Art and Culture, C.H. Carman by PETER HOWARD
    • Bramante’s Tempietto, the Roman Renaissance and the Spanish Crown, J. Freiburg by DAVID HEMSOLL
    • Cornelis Engebrechtsz. A Sixteenth-Century Leiden Artist and his Workshop, J.P. Filedt Kok, W. Gibson and Y. Bruijnen, with contributions by E. van Duijn and P. Klein by DAN EWING
    • Donatello in Padua by JEREMY WARREN
    • Medici tapestries by Bronzino and Pontormo by HELEN WYLD


The Burlington Magazine, December 2015

    • Federico Zuccari and the chapel of the Dukes of Urbino at Loreto: the design for the altar of the Annunciation by ANTONIO RUSSO



———– IKON Journal of Iconographic Studies ———–

IKON Journal of Iconographic Studies, No. 8, 2015

  • Yvonne zu Dohna, An Introduction into the Popes’ Hermeneutics of Art. The Theology of the Aesthetic Experience of the “Other” in an Image
  • Judy Peter, The Renaissance. Ideological and Cultural Constructions of Grand Narratives



———- International Journal for Digital Art History ———-

International Journal for Digital Art History (DAH-Journal) – 1 (2015)

  • Lev Manovich, Data Science and Digital Art History
  • Benjamin Zweig, Forgotten Genealogies: Brief Reflections on the History of Digital Art History
  • Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Debating Digital Art History
  • Elli Doulkaridou, Reframing Art History



——– Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies ——–

Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Vol. 45, No. 3, Sep 2015

  • Juliet Fleming: The Renaissance Collage: Signcutting and Signsewing, 443-456 (Free online access)



——- Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes ——-

Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, Volume LXXVII (2014)

  • Climate, Astrology and the Age of the World in Thirteenth-Century Thought: Giles of Lessines and Roger Bacon on the Precession of the Solar Apogee, C. P. E. Nothaft
  • Marsilio Ficino’s ‘Si Deus Fiat Homo’ and Augustine’s ‘Non Ibi Legi’: The Incarnation and Plato’s Persona in the Scholia to the Laws, Denis Robichaud
  • Some Unpublished Notes by Marsilio Ficino on Plato’s Parmenides in MS Laur. 89 sup. 71, Valerio Sanzotta
  • A Print after Raphael’s Ajax and Cassandra and Another Antique Cameo, David Ekserdjian
  • Guglielmo della Porta’s Last Will and the Sale of his Passion of Christ to Diomede Leoni, Lothar Sickel


Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, Volume LXXVIII (2015)

  • Triplex Periculum: The Moral Topography of Giotto’s Hell in the Arena Chapel, Padua, Anne Derbes and Mark Sandona
  • The Golden Age Returns: Virgil’s Fourth Eclogue in the Political Panegyric of the Italian Courts, L. B. T. Houghton
  • Cosimo Rosselli’s Birmingham Altarpiece, the Vallombrosan Abbey of S. Trinita in Florence and its Gianfigliazzi Chapel, Susan J. May and George T. Noszlopy
  • Decoding da Vinci’s impresa. Leonardo’s Gift to Ippolito d’Este and Mario Equicola’s De opportunitate (1507), Bernhard Schirg
  • Intricate Readings: Machiavelli, Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas, Carlo Ginzburg
  • Ronsard and the Visual Arts: A Study of Poetic Creativity, Margaret M. McGowan
  • André Thevet, Pierre Belon and Americana in the Embroideries of Mary Queen of Scots, Peter Mason
  • ‘Placardes and billis and ticquettis of defamatioun’: Queen Mary, the Mermaid and the Hare, Michael Bath and Malcolm Jones
  • John Dee’s ‘Brytish Impire’: ‘A Laborious Treatise’ on Ophir of 1577, Graham Yewbrey



———– Kunstchronik ———–

Kunstchronik Heft 5, Mai 2015

  • Berthold Kress, Divine Diagrams. The Manuscripts and Drawings of Paul Lautensack (1477/78–1558), Kathrin Müller (p. 234)
  • Anita Fiderer Moskowitz, Forging Authenticity – Bastianini and the Neo-Renaissance in Nineteenth-century Florence, Birgit Langhanke (p. 240)
  • Alexandra Zvereva, Portraits dessinés de la cour des Valois. Les Clouet de Catherine de Médicis, Philippe Bordes (p. 246)



— Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz —

Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz LVI (2014), Heft 2

  • Salvatore Settis, Rinascimento e decadenza: una simmetria necessaria (pp. 139–151)
  • Takuma Ito, Domenico Ghirlandaio’s Santa Maria Novella Altarpiece: A Reconstruction (pp. 171–191)
  • Antonio Russo, Pellegrino Tibaldi architetto: un progetto d’altare e qualche riflessione sugli altari del Duomo di Milano (pp. 237–245)


Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz LVI (2014), Heft 3

  • Stefania Gerevini, “Sicut crystallus quando est obiecta soli”: Rock Crystal, Transparency and the Franciscan Order (pp.255–283)
  • Doris Carl, Verloren und wiedererfunden: Desiderio da Settignano, die Ximenes und das Ziborium der National Gallery in Washington (pp.285–323)
  • Jörn Steigerwald, Elegante Nachahmungen der schönen Natur: Literarhistorische Anmerkungen zu Giovan Pietro Belloris ‘Idea’ (pp.325–349)
  • Louis A. Waldman, “Vadunt ad habitandum hebrei”: The Otto di Balìa, Vasari, and the Hiding of Murals in Sixteenth-Century Florence (pp.351–354)
  • Federica Kappler, Una nota di cronologia sui disegni di Michelangelo per la pala Cesi di Santa Maria della Pace (pp.355–360)


Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz LVII (2015), Heft 1

  • Christa Gardner von Teuffel, The Carmelite Altarpiece (circa 1290–1550): The Self-Identification of an Order (pp. 3–41)
  • Brenda Preyer, Palazzo Tornabuoni in 1498: A Palace ‘in Progress’ and Its Interior Arrangement (pp. 43–63)
  • F.W. Kent † – Caroline Elam, Piero del Massaio: Painter, Mapmaker and Military Surveyor (pp. 65–89)
  • Francesco P. Di Teodoro, “modo chome si de’ fare uno chammino che non facci fumo”. Camini tecnologici nei fogli di Leonardo (pp. 129–138)
  • Diletta Gamberini, Benedetto Varchi, Giovann’Angelo Montorsoli e il Tempio dei “Pippi”: un inedito dialogo in versi agli albori dell’Accademia Fiorentina del Disegno (pp. 139–144)



———– Print Quarterly ———–

Print Quarterly, XXXII, no. 1, March 2015

  • An Engraving by Giulio Bonasone after a Drawing by Giulio Romano by PAUL JOANNIDES
  • Prince Albert’s Reprint of Agostino Veneziano’s The Witch’s Procession by CHRISTIANE WIEBEL


Print Quarterly, XXXII, no. 2, June 2015

  • Picturing Venus in the Renaissance Print by SHINSUKE WATANABE
  • The Art and History of Globes by ELLY DEKKER


Print Quarterly, XXXII, no. 4, December 2015

  • Philippe Thomassin and Giulio Mancini’s Art Collection by JAMIE GABBARELLI
  • Maps of Paradise by DOMINIC BATE
  • Chiaroscuro in the Renaissance by NAOKO TAKAHATAKE AND NANCY BIALLER



———– Renaissance Quarterly ———–

Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 68, No. 1, Spring 2015

  • Studies
    • The 2014 Josephine Waters Bennett Lecture: “Certain of Death”: Michelangelo’s Late Life and Art (pp. 1-32), William E. Wallace
    • Female Virtue and the Embodiment of Beauty: Vittoria Colonna in Paolo Giovio’s Notable Men and Women (pp. 33-97), Kenneth Gouwens
    • The Translations of a Humanist Ship Captain: Jean Parmentier’s 1529 Voyage to Sumatra (pp. 98-132), Michael Wintroub
    • Women’s Fashions and Politics in Seventeenth-Century Spain: The Rise and Fall of the Guardainfante (pp. 133-186), Amanda Wunder


Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 68, No. 2, Summer 2015

  • Studies
    • The Business of Prostitution in Early Renaissance Venice (pp. 419-464), Paula C. Clarke
    • Incoherent Texts? Storytelling, Preaching, and the Cent nouvelles nouvelles in Marguerite de Navarre’s Heptaméron 21 (pp. 465-495), António De Ridder-Vignone
    • The Homeric Question in the Sixteenth Century: Early Modern Scholarship and the Text of Homer (pp. 496-557), Tania Demetriou
    • Reading Galileo’s Discorsi in the Early Modern University (pp. 558-596), Renée J. Raphael


Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 68, No. 3, Fall 2015

  • Articles
    • City Portrait, Civic Body, and Commercial Printing in Sixteenth-Century Ghent (pp. 803-839), Frederik Buylaert, Jelle De Rock, and Anne-Laure Van Bruaene
    • Elizabeth I’s Virginity and the Body of Evidence: Jonson’s Notorious Crux (pp. 840-871), Kaara L. Peterson
    • Plato’s Hermaphrodite and a Vindication of the Sense of Touch in the Sixteenth Century (pp. 872-898), Pablo Maurette
    • The Matter of Belief in John Donne’s Holy Sonnets (pp. 899-931), Kimberly Anne Coles
    • The Language of Mysticism and the Language of Law in Early Modern Spain (pp. 932-956), Dale Shuger



———– Source : Notes on the History of Art ———–

Source : Notes on the History of Art (Vol. XXXIII No. 2, Winter 2014)

  • Grotesque Painting and Painting as Grotesque in the Renaissance, Una Roman D’Elia
  • Envy and the Other Vices in Michelangelo’s Last Judgment, Patricia Simons
  • The Satirical Charity of Saint Martin from Bosch to the German Baroque: a Drawing by Michael Herr, Martin W. Walsh



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