Members: Share Your Publication News with IAS!

Members: Share Your Publication News with IAS! 

The Italian Art Society encourages members to share information regarding their recent publications. To have your publication(s) listed on our website and in the IAS Newsletter, please send relevant information to our member publications coordinator

Updates will be made three times per year, in February, June, and September. Information received by August 15, 2016 will appear in the Fall Newsletter and on the website in September.

To submit a listing, please send your name, book title, publisher’s name and location, and the year published (no earlier than 2015). For journal articles and book chapters, please provide the article/chapter and journal/book titles, volume number, year published (no earlier than 2015), and page numbers. Please also send a digital image of the book/journal cover and a precise link to your book on the publisher’s website as well as a link to its page on Amazon.com. Please use the following format:

BOOK: Giorgio Vasari. The Lives of the Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects. Florence: Giunti, 1568.

JOURNAL ARTICLE: James Marrow. “Symbol and Meaning in Northern European Art of the Late Middle Ages and the Early Renaissance.” Simiolus 16 (1986): 150-169.

ESSAY IN EXHIBITION CATALOGUE: Maryan W. Ainsworth. “The Business of Art:  Patrons, Clients, and Art Markets.” In From Van Eyck to Bruegel:  Early Netherlandish Painting in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, edited by Maryan W. Ainsworth and Keith Christiansen, 23-37. Exhibition catalogue:  New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art.  New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1998.

ESSAY IN EDITED VOLUME: Sheryl E. Reiss. “Adrian VI, Clement VII, and Art.” In The Pontificate of Clement VII:  History, Politics, Culture, edited by Kenneth Gouwens and Sheryl E. Reiss, 339-362.  Aldershot, U.K. and Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate, 2005.

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