The reception of classical art bibliography

Electronic rescources, series and journals

Books and articles

  • Alexiou, M., After Antiquity, Greek Language, Myth, and Metaphor (Ithaca and New York, 2002).
  • Angold, M., "The Decline of Byzantium" in Travel in the Byzantine World, edited by R. Marcrides (Aldershot, 2002) 213-234.
  • Babelon, E., Catalogue des camées antiques et modernes (Paris 1897).
  • Barker, J.W., "Byzantium and the Display of War Trophies: Between Antiquity and the Byzantines" in To Hellenikon: Studies in Honor of Speros Vryonis edited by J.S Langdon et al. (New Rochelle, NY, 1993) 45-58.
  • Beard, M., "Adopting an approach II" in Looking at Greek Vases edited by T. Rasmussen and N. Spivey (Cambridge, 1991) 12-35.
  • Becatti, G., Arte e gusto negli scrittori latini (Florence, 1951).
  • Belozerskaya M. and Lapatin, K., "Antiquity Consumed"……
  • Bieber, M., The Sculpture of the Hellenistic Age (New York, 1961).
  • Boardman, J., The Diffusion of Classical Art (Princeton NJ, 1994)
  • Bolgar, R.R. (ed), Classical influences on European Culture, AD 500-1500 (Cambridge, 1971).
  • Borda, M., La Scuola di Pasiteles (Bari, 1953).
  • Borsook, E., "The travels of Bernardo Michelozzi and Bonsignore Bonsignori in the Levant (1497-98), JCWI 36 (1973) 145-197
  • Bracco, V., L'archeologia classica nella cultura occidentale (Rome, 1979)
  • Buddenseig, T., "Gregory the Great, the destroyer of pagan idols. The history of a legend concerning the decline of ancient art and literature", JCWI 28 (1965) 44-65
  • Burn, L., "Sir William Hamilton and the Greekness of Greek Vases", JhistColl 9 (1997) 241-252.
  • Caldwell, M.P., The pubic display of antique sculpture in Venice, 1200-1600 (Doctoral thesis, London, University 1975)
  • Cessi, F., Giovanni Cavino (Padua, 1990).
  • Cunnally, J., Images of the Illustrious: the numismatic presence in the Renaissance (Princeton NJ, 1999).
  • Cultler, A., Byzantium, Italy and the North (London, 2000). Chapter XI, From Loot to Scholarship: Changing Modes in the iTlian Response to Byzantine Artifacts, ca. 1200-1750.
  • ______, "The De Signis of Nicetas Choniates. A reappraisal", AJA 72 (1968) 113-118.
  • Dacos, N., La Découverte de la domus aurea et la formation des grostesques à la Renaissance (London, 1969).
  • Donohue, A.A. and Fullerton, M.D., Ancient Art and Its Historiography (Cambridge, 2003).
  • Dummer, J. and Kunze, M., Antikerezeption, Antikeverhältnis, Antikebegegnung volumes 1-3 (Stendal, 1983)
  • Ebersolt, J., Constantinople Byzantine et les voyageurs du Levant (Paris, 1919).
  • Esch, A., "Spolien. Zür Wiederverwendung antiker Baustücke und Skulpturen im mittelalterlichen Italien", Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 51 (1969) 1-64.
  • Evans, J., Magical Jewels of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance (Oxford, 1922).
  • Frederico II e l'arte del Duccento Italiano (Lecce, 1978)
  • Gamurrini, G.F., "Arezzo: di una nuova figulina di vasi neri e rossi, scopterta all'Orciolaia presso Arezzo", NotScavi 1890. 63-72.
  • Gaspari, C., "Vasi antichi in pietra dura a Firenze e Roma", Prospettiva 19 (1979) 4-13.
  • Goldberg, V.L., "Graces, muses and arts: the urns of Hnery II and Francis I", JCWI 39 (1966) 206-218.
  • Greenhalgh, M., The survival of Roman antiquities in the Middle Ages (London, 1989)
  • _________, The classical tradition in art (London, 1978)
  • Hanfmann. G.M.A., "Hellenistic Art", DOP 17 (1963) 82-83.
  • Hamann-Maclean, R.H.L., "Antikenstudium in der Kunst des Mittelalters", MarbJBuch 15 (1949-50) 157-250.
  • Haskell, F. and Penny, N., Taste and the Antique (London and New Haven, 1981).
  • Heckscher, W.S., "Relics of pagan antiquity in Renaissance settings", JCWI 1 (1938) 204-220.
  • Howard, S., Antiquity Restored, Essays on the afterlife of the antique (London, 1990).
  • Jacks, P., The antiquarian and the myth of antiquity (Cambridge, 1993).
  • Jenkins, I. And Sloan, K., Vases and Volcanoes, Sir William Hamilton and his Collection (London, 1996).
  • Jones, M. (ed.), Fake? The Art of Deception (London, 1990)
  • Kantorowicz, E., Frederick the Second, 1194-1250 (London, 1931).
  • King, C.W., Antique Gems (London, 1860).
  • Kitzinger, E., "The Hellenistic heritage of Byzantine art", DOP 17 (1963) 97-115.
  • Klawans, Z.H., Imitations and Inventions of Roman Coins, Renaissance Medals of Julius Caesar and the Roman Empire (Monterey, CA, 1977)
  • Kornbluth, G., Engraved Gems of the Carolingian Empire (University Park, PA, 1995).
  • Ladendorf, H., Antikenstudium und Antikenkopie: Vorarbeitung zu einer Darstellung ihrer Bedeutung in der mittelalterlichen und neueren Zeit (Berlin, 1958)
  • Leithe-Jasper, M., Renaissance Master Bronzes (Washington, 1986).
  • Luchs, A., Italian Plaquettes (Washington DC, 1989).
  • Macrides, R. (ed.), Travel in the Byzantine World (Aldershot, 2002), especially chapter 13, Constantinople: the crusaders' gaze.
  • Mango, C., "Antique statury and the Byzantine beholder", DOP 17 (1963) 55-75.
  • Massinelli. A.M. and Tuena, F., Treasures of the Medici (London, 1992).
  • MuCulloh, J.M., "From antiquity to the middle ages: continuity and change in papal relic policy from the 6th to the 8th century", Jbuch fürAntike und Christentum 8 (1980) 313-324.
  • Müntz, E., "La tradition antique chez des artistes du moyen age", Journal des savants 1887. 629-642 and 1888.40-50, 162-177.
  • Nelson, R.S., "The Iatlian Appreciation and Appropriation of Illuminated Byzantine Manuscripts, ca. 1200-1450", DOP 49 (1995) 209-235.
  • Norskov, V., Greek Vases in New Contexts, the collecting and trading of Greek vases – an aspect of the modern reception of antiquity (Aarhus, 2002).
  • Oakeshott, W., Classical inspiration in mediaeval art (London, 1959)
  • Panofsky, E., Renaissance and Renaissances in Western Art (Copenhagen, 1960).
  • Panofsky, E. and Saxl, F., "Classical mythology in mediaeval art", MetMusSt 4 (1933) 228-280.
  • Payne, A., Kuttner, A., and Smick, R., Antiquity and its Interpreters (Cambridge, 2000).
  • Perry, M., "Saint Mark's trophies: legend, superstition and archaeology in Renaissance Venice", JWCI 40 (1977) 27-49.
  • Pevsner, N., Academies of Art Past and Present (Cambridge, 1940).
  • Pfeiffer, R., A history of classical scholarship from 1300 to 1850 (Oxford, 1976).
  • Pollard, G., Italian Medals (Washington DC, 1987) 11-24 (Soldani), 45-54 (Cavino), 263-281 (Graeco-Roman).
  • Pollitt, J., The art of Greece 1400-31BC: Sources and Documents (Englewood Cliffs NJ, 1965).
  • ________, The art of Rome ca. 776 BC- AD 337: Sources and Documents (Englewood Cliff NJ, 1966)
  • ________, "The impact of Greek art on Rome", TransAmPhilSoc 108 (1978) 155-174.
  • Reynolds, L.D. and Wilson, N.G., Scribes and Scholars. A guide to the transmission of Greek and Latin literature (Oxford, 1974).
  • Richter, G.M.A., Ancient Italy (Oxford, 1951).
  • Robertson, M., "Adopting an approach I" in Looking at Greek Vases edited by T. Rasmussen and N. Spivey (Cambridge, 1991) 1-12.
  • (La) Rocca, C., Italy in the Early Middle Ages, 476-1000 (Oxford, 2002).
  • Rouet, P., Approaches to the study of Attic vases (Oxford, 2001).
  • Rouillard, P. and Verbank-Piérard (eds) , A., Le Vase grec et ses destines (Muncih, 2003).
  • Rumpf, A., Archäologie (Berlin, 1953).
  • Scherer, M., The Legends of Troy in Art and Literature (New York, 1964).
  • Scott, J., The Pleasures of Antiquity, British Collectors of Greece and Rome (New Haven and London, 2003).
  • Seidel, M., "Studien zur antikenrezeption Nicola Pisanos", MittKunstInstFlorenz 19 (1975) 307-372.
  • Seznex, J., The Survival of the Pagan Gods (New York, 1953).
  • Snidjer, G.A.S., "Frühmittelalterliche Imitationen antiker Kameen", Germania 17 (1933) 118-124.
  • Syson, L. and Thornton, D., Objects of Virtue: Art in Renaissance Italy (London, 2001).
  • Tronzo, W., Intellectual Life at the Court of Frederick II Hohenstaufen (Washington DC, 1994).
  • Ullmann, B.L., The Origin and Development of Humanistic Script (Rome, 1960).
  • Van Cleve, T.C., The Emperor Frederick II of Hohenstaufen, Immutator Mundi (Oxford, 1972).
  • Van der Vin, J.P.A., Travellers to Greece and Constantinople. Ancient monumnents and old traditions in medieval travellers' tales (Leiden, 1980).
  • Vermeule, C.C., Greek sculpture and Roman taste. The purpose and setting of Graeco-Roman art in Italy and the Greek Imperial East (Ann Arbor, MI, 1977).
  • _______, European art and the classical past (Cambridge, MA 1964).
  • Wace, A.J.B., "The Greeks and Romans as archaeologists", BullSocRoy d'Archeol. d'Alexandrie 38 (1949) 21-35.
  • Weiss, R., The Renaissance discovery of classical antiquity (Oxford, 1969).
  • Wentzel, H., "Portraits 'à l'antique' on French mediaeval gems and seals", JCWI 16 (1953) 342-350.
  • Weitzmann, K., "The survival of mythological representations in Early Christian and Byzantine art and their impact on Christian iconography", DOP 14 (1960) 45-68.
  • _________, "The classical mode in the period of the Macedonian emperors: continuity or revival?", Byzantina kai Metabyzantina 1 (1978) 71-85.
  • Wentzel, H., "Portraits 'a l'antique' on French mediaeval gems and seals", JCWI 16 (1953) 342-350.
  • _________, "Der Augustalis Friedrich II und die abendländische Glyptik des 13 Jh", ZfKW 15 (1952) 183-
  • _________, "Antiken-imitationen des 12. und 13. Jahrhunderts in Italien", ZfKW 9 (1955) 29-72.
  • Wilson, N.G., Scholars of Byzantium (London, 1983).
  • Wright, T., "On antiquarian excavations and researches in the Middle Ages", Archeologia 30 (1844) 438-457.
  • Zanker, P., Klassizisische Statuen (Mainz, 1974).