Member Publications 2021

Books on Italian Art & Architecture

Louise Arizzoli and Maryanne C. Horowitz, eds. Bodies and Maps. Early Modern Personifications of the Continents. Boston; Leiden: Brill, 2021.

Basile Baudez. Inessential Colors. Architecture on Paper in Early Modern Europe. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2021.

Sinclair W. Bell and Paul J. du Plessis, eds. Roman Law Before the Twelve Tables: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2021.

Babette Bohn. Women Artists, Their Patrons, and Their Publics in Early Modern Bologna. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2021.

Patricia Emison. Moving Pictures and Renaissance Art History. Amsterdam: AUP, 2021.

Darrelyn Gunzburg and Bernadette Brady, eds. Space, Place, and Religious Landscapes: Living Mountains. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2021.

IAS members who contributed essays to this volume include:

Darrelyn Gunzburg. “Building Paradise on the Hill of Hell in Assisi: Mountain as Reliquary,” 99–120.

Silvia Bottinelli. Double-Edged Comforts. Domestic Life in Modern Italian Art and Visual Culture. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2021.

Silvia Bottinelli and Sharon Hecker, eds. Lead in Modern and Contemporary Art. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2021.

Rebekah Compton. Venus and the Arts of Love in Renaissance Florence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021.

Douglas N. Dow and Jennifer Cochran Anderson, eds. Visualizing the Past in Italian Renaissance Art: Essays in Honor of Brian A. Curran. Boston; Leiden: Brill, 2021.

IAS members who contributed essays to this volume include:

Katherine M. Bentz. “Gardens, Air, and the Healing Power of Green in Early Modern Rome,” 235–267.

John Henderson, Fredrika Jacobs, and Jonathan K. Nelson, eds. Representing Infirmity: Diseased Bodies in Renaissance Italy. Abingdon: Routledge, 2021.

IAS members who contributed essays to this volume include:

Jonathan K. Nelson. “Cancer in Michelangelo’s Night. An analytical framework for retroactive diagnoses,” 3–27.

Danielle Carrabino. “Artistic representations of goitre in early modern art in Italy,” 167–187.

Angelo Lo Conte. The Procaccini and the Business of Painting in Early Modern Milan. New York; London: Routledge, 2021.

Elizabeth Mangini. Seeing Through Closed Eyes: Giuseppe Penone and the Nature of Sculpture. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2021.

Jessica Maratsos. Pontormo and the Art of Devotion in Renaissance Italy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021.

Alison Locke Perchuk. The Medieval Monastery of Saint Elijah: A History in Paint and Stone. Studies in the Visual Cultures of the Middle Ages, no. 17. Turnhout: Brepols, 2021.

Daniel Wallace Maze. Young Bellini. New Haven; London: Yale University Press, 2021.

Bette Talvacchia. The Two Michelangelos. London: Lund Humphries, 2021.

Articles on Italian Art & Architecture

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Kathleen G. Arthur. “‘Feminizing’ Saint Augustine’s City of God: Sister Veronica, the Library and Scriptorium at Santo Spirito, Verona.” Renaissance Studies 35, no. 2 (April, 2021): 188–211.

Cristelle Baskins and Houssem E. Chachia. “Ten Hafsid Letters in the General Archive of Simancas (Spain) Respecting the Political Situation in Tunisia after the 1535 Defeat of the Ottomans and the Restoration of Hafsid Rule.” Hespéris-Tamuda 56 (2021): 427–438.

Tenley Bick. “Ghosts for the Present: Countercultural Aesthetics and Postcoloniality for Contemporary Italy. The Work of Wu Ming 2 and Fare Ala.” In Global Revolutionary Aesthetics and Politics after Paris ’68, eds. Martin Munro, William J. Cloonan, Barry J. Faulk, and Christian P. Weber, 45–77. Lanham; London: Lexington Books, 2021.

Tenley Bick. “Bochner’s Italian Picture.” In Bochner, Boetti, Fontana, 40–47. Maggazino Italian Art: Cold Spring, NY, 2021.


Sarah Cadagin. “The Interrelation of Curtains, Altarpieces, Relics: Domenico Ghirlandaio’s Response to the Cult of the Volto Santo in Lucca Cathedral.” In The Interaction of Art and Relics in Late Medieval and Early Modern Art, ed. Livia Stoenescu, 67–85. Turnhout: Brepols, 2021.

Sandra Cardarelli. “The Lignum Crucis and the Veneration of the Cross in the Contado of Siena: Unmasking Some Neglected Images in the Cathedral of Massa Marittima.” In New Horizons in Trecento Italian Art, eds. Bryan C. Keene and Karl Whittington, 263-278. Turnhout: Brepols, 2021.

Alison C. Fleming. “Shifting Role Models with the Society of Jesus: The Abandonment of Grisly Martyrdom Images, c. 1600.” In Picturing Death 1200–1600, eds. Stephen Perkinson and Noa Turel, 375–398. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2021.

IAS members who contributed essays to this volume include:

Judith Steinhoff. “Gendering Prayer in Trecento Florence. Tomb Paintings in Santa Croce and San Remigio,” 64–78.



Jack Freiberg. “The ‘Imago Pietatis’ in Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, Pope Gregory the Great, and Spain.” In Tributes to Richard K. Emmerson: Crossing Medieval Boundaries, eds. Deidre Carter, Elina Gertsman, and Karlyn Griffith, 61–78. London; Turnhout: Harvey Miller Publishers, 2021.

Jack Freiberg. “Temple, Tabernacle, and Sepulchre: The Legacy of Bramante’s Tempietto.” Sacred Architecture Journal 39 (2021): 12–17.

Konstantinos Gravanis. “Raphael’s Drawing of Countess Matilda and the Original Dado in the Stanza dell’Incendio.” Master Drawings 59, no. 3 (2021): 321–344.

Johanna Heinrichs. “The Body of the City: Medicine and Urban Renewal in Sixtus IV’s Rome.” In Health and Architecture: The History of Healing and Care in the Pre-Modern Era, ed. Mohammad Gharipour, 116–137. London: Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2021.

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Allison Kim. “Today as History: Vasari’s Naples Resurrection and Visual Memory.” Journal of Art Historiography 25 (2021): NP.

Julia I. Miller. “Eve, Mary, and Martha: Paintings for the Humiliati Nuns at Viboldone.” Speculum 96, no. 2 (2021): 418–465.

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Jonathan K. Nelson.“Botticelli Interprets Petrarch’s Triumph of Love: An Overlooked Drawing in Ravenna.” Source: Notes in the History of Art 40, no. 4 (2021): 223–233.

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Jonathan K. Nelson. “Ethiopian Christians on the Margins: Symbolic Blackness in Filippino Lippi’s “Adoration of the Magi’ and ‘Miracle of St Philip.’” Renaissance Studies, 35, no. 5 (2021): 857–879.

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Jonathan K. Nelson and Richard Zeckhauser. “Italian Renaissance Portraits that Disappoint: Isabelle d’Este, Francesco del Giocondo and Other Disgruntled Patrons.” Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz 63 (2021): 15–31.

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Alison Locke Perchuk. “‘Bovo Famulus Dei.’ Alla ricerca dell’uomo dietro il nome nel monasterium Sancti Heliae.” Reti Medievali Rivista 22 (2021): 1–30.

Livio Pestilli. “Napoli e gli artisti napoletani visti attraverso lenti forgiate al nord.” In Fortunata Neapolis: Kunst- und Kulturtransfer zwischen Neapel, Wien und Mitteleuropa, ed. Sebastian Schütze, 219–235. Berlin; Boston: De Gruyter, 2021.

Clarissa Ricci and Marie Tavinor, eds. “Art, Market and Agency at the Venice Biennale, 1895–1993.” Special Issue of Journal of Modern Italian Studies 26, no. 4 (2021).

IAS members who contributed essays to this volume include:

Clarissa Ricci and Marie Tavinor. “Introduction,” 369–381.

Clarissa Ricci. “To sell or not to sell? Attempts at reopening the Venice Biennale’s sales office after 1973,” 459–481.

Judith Steinhoff. “Gendering Prayer in Trecento Florence. Tomb Paintings in Santa Croce and San Remigio.” In Picturing Death 1200–1600, eds. Stephen Perkinson and Noa Turel, 64–78. Boston; Leiden: Brill, 2021.

Tommaso Zerbi. “Pelagio Palagi’s Floating Castles: ‘Risorgimental Neo-Medievalism,’ Architectural Ephemera, and the Politics at the Court of Savoy.” Architectural Histories 9, no. 1 (2021): 1–17.

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