Vasari’s Lepanto Frescoes. Apparati, Medals, Prints and the Celebration of Victory

Vasari’s Lepanto Frescoes. Apparati, Medals, Prints and the Celebration of Victory

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2012 – ‘Vasari’s Lepanto Frescoes. Apparati, Medals, Prints and the Celebration of Victory’, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, LXXV, 2012, pp. 141-200.

Messina 1535 to Lepanto 1571. Vasari, Borghini and the Imagery of Moors, Barbarians and Turks

Messina 1535 to Lepanto 1571. Vasari, Borghini and the Imagery of Moors, Barbarians and Turks

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2012 – in The Slave in European Art. From Renaissance Trophy to Abolitionist Emblem (Warburg Institute Colloquia, XX), edited by Elizabeth McGrath & Jean Michel Massing, London & Turin, pp. 121-63

The Iconography of Ridolfo Ghirlandaio’s Altarino

The Iconography of Ridolfo Ghirlandaio’s Altarino

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2011 – Metropolitan Museum Journal, XLVI, pp. 153-60

Vasari’s Calling of Sts Peter and Andrew and a Recent Acquisition by the Fitzwilliam Museum

Vasari’s Calling of Sts Peter and Andrew and a Recent Acquisition by the Fitzwilliam Museum

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2011 – Master Drawings, XLIX, pp. 163-70

Exhibition catalogue (Arezzo, Galleria comunale d’Arte): Giorgio Vasari. Disegnatore e Pittore. ‘Istudio, diligenza et amorevole fatica’

Exhibition catalogue (Arezzo, Galleria comunale d’Arte): Giorgio Vasari. Disegnatore e Pittore. ‘Istudio, diligenza et amorevole fatica’

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2011 – edited by Alessandro Cecchi, Alessandra Baroni & Liletta Fornasari. Lettera di Vincenzo Borghini as Cosimo I, 4 novembre 1564 (pp. 128-29, cat. no. 24)

‘À me pare, che siano fatte con diligenza’: Cosimo Bartoli, Giorgio Vasari, and an extraordinary Venetian Drawing