Digital Medieval Manuscripts at Houghton Library
Bibliography for Harvard University, Houghton Library,
MS Typ 1001
This bibliography was compiled by Nadia Marx.
Please be advised that some links may require Harvard ID and PIN.
Jacques Rosenthal. Bibliotheca Medii Aevi Manuscripta, Pars Altera. Catalogue, no. 90. Munich: J. Rosenthal, 1928. MS cited n. 173, p. 95-97.
Description and notes on reconstruction of the pilgrimage roll. HOLLIS
Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain). Exhibition of Italian Art, 1200-1900. 1930. MS cited n. 418, p. 231.
Brief description with short note on subject, inscription, dating and attribution. HOLLIS
Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain), and A. E. Popham. Italian Drawings Exhibited at the Royal Academy, Burlington House, London, 1930. London: The Oxford University Press, and the Executive Committee of the exhibition, 1931. MS cited n. 11, p. 4, illustrated plate XI a.
Brief description of subject matter and inscription. See also n. 12, p. 5 for description of related fragment now in the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. HOLLIS
Kenneth Clark, “Italian Drawings at Burlington House,” Burlington Magazine 56, 1930, p. 175-187. MS cited p. 175, illustrated plate II a.
Description of MS and discussion of its origins in San Marco school. Full text available online. HOLLIS
Henry Oppenheimer. Catalogue of the Famous Collection of Old Master Drawings Formed by the Late Henry Oppenheimer ... Which ... Will Be Sold at Auction by Messrs. Christie, Manson & Woods ... on [July 10, 13, 14, 1936]. London: Christie, Manson & Woods, 1936. MS cited n. 3-5, illustrated plate I.
Brief description with same information as Royal Academy of Arts catalogue entries, with limited bibliographic notes. HOLLIS
Bernard Berenson. The Drawings of the Florentine Painters. Chicago, Ill: University of Chicago Press, 1938. MS cited vol. II, p. 159 as 1391 D, F-1 & F-2.
Brief description; listed under school of Lorenzo Monaco. HOLLIS
Roberto Longhi. "Fatti di Masolino e di Masaccio." La Critica D'arte, Rivista Trimestrale Di Arti Figurative, Parte Seconda. no. 3-4, 1940, p. 145-191. MS cited p. 173.
Description and notes on attribution. HOLLIS
John Wyndham Pope-Hennessy. Fra Angelico. London: Phaidon Press, 1952. MS cited p. 4, p. 205.
Description and discussion of attribution. HOLLIS
Bernhard Degenhart and Annegrit Schmitt. Corpus der italienischen Zeichungen, 1300-1450. Berlin: Mann, 1968. MS cited p. 274-276.
Thorough description including discussion of production context and relationship among fragments of roll in various collections. HOLLIS
Laurence B. Kanter & Pia Palladino. Fra Angelico. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2005. MS cited n. 5 A-C, p. 40-47, illustrated p. 41-43.
Thorough catalogue entry, including descriptions of the fragments’ subjects and physical properties, and discussion of provenance, attribution, dating, stylistic elements, and previous scholarship. HOLLIS
Pia Palladino. “Pilgrims and Desert Fathers: Dominican Spirituality and the Holy Land,” in Fra Angelico, Laurence B. Kanter & Pia Palladino. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2005, p. 27-39. MS cited as cat. 5 A-C, illustrated fig. 18.
Scholarly essay including extended discussion of the content, significance and reconstruction of the pilgrimage roll, its historical context, production context and attribution, and extensive bibliographic notes. HOLLIS
William P. Stoneman. Of Current Interest: Recent Research on Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in Hougton Library. Cambridge: Houghton Library of the Harvard College Library, 2006. MS cited n. 27.
Description with notes on subject and attribution. HOLLIS