References for Filippo Brunelleschi


  1. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/biography/Filippo-Brunelleschi

    Books:

  2. G C Argan, Brunelleschi (Milan, 1978).
  3. M Bender, Waiting for Filippo (Vancouver, 1995).
  4. C Cable, Brunelleschi and his perspective panels (Illinois, 1981).
  5. P Duncan, Traditional Houses of Rural Italy (London, 1993).
  6. J V Field, The invention of infinity : Mathematics and art in the Renaissance (Oxford, 1997).
  7. B Fletcher, A History of Architecture (London, 1987).
  8. F Giovanni, Brunelleschi (1980).
  9. I Hyman (ed.), Brunelleschi in perspective (New Jersey, 1974).
  10. M Loi (ed.), Mathématiques et art, Cerisy-la-Salle, September 2-9, 1991 (Paris, 1995).
  11. H Saalman, Filippo Brunelleschi : The Buildings (Pennsylvania, 1993).
  12. D Sharp, The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Architects and Architecture (New York, 1991).
  13. G Vasari, The Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors and Architects (Florence, 1550).
  14. T Viola, Sulle origini della prospettiva Il, Filomate 1 (4) (1948).
  15. G C Argan, The architecture of Brunelleschi and the origins of perspective theory in the Fifteenth Century, J. Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 9 (1946), 96-121.
  16. G Chelazzi, Filippo Brunelleschi, in International Dictionary of Architects (1991), 117-121.
  17. J V Field, R Lunard and T B Settle, The perspective scheme of Masaccio's Trinity fresco, Nuncius Ann. Storia Sci. 4 (2) (1989), 31-118.
  18. M Kemp, Science, non-science and nonsense : The interpretation of Brunelleschi's perspective, Art History 1 (2) (1978), 134-161.
  19. D Nyberg, Brunelleschi's use of proportion in the Pazzi Chapel, Marsyas VII (1957).
  20. F D Prager, Brunelleschi's inventions and the 'renewal of Roman masonry work', Osiris 9 (1950), 457-554.
  21. J W Rudd, Filippo Brunelleschi, World Book Encyclopaedia 2 (1994), 661-662.
  22. H Saalman, Filippo Brunelleschi : Capital studies, Art Bulletin 40 (1958).