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Series ‘Italia e i Paesi Bassi’

1.
Bert W. Meijer, Rembrandt nel Seicento toscano, Firenze, Centro Di, 1983. 63 p., 26 b/w ill., cm. 24×17; 8,00 Euro

 

2.
Henk Th. van Veen and Andrew P. McCormick, Tuscany and the Low Countries: an introduction to the sources and an inventory of four Florentine libraries, Firenze, Centro Di, 1985. 182 p., 21 b/w ill., cm. 24×17; 26,00 Euro

 

3.
Nederlands Interuniversitair Kunsthistorisch Instituut Florence: Thirty years of exhibitions 1966-1996, Firenze, Centro Di, 1996. 31 p., 11 b/w ill., cm. 24×17 Edizione italiana: Istituto Universitario Olandese di Storia dell’Arte: Thirty years of exhibitions/Trent’anni di mostre 1966-1996, Firenze, Centro Di, 1996, 31 p., 12 b/w ill., cm. 24×17

 

4.
Italy and the Low Countries – The fifteenth century. Proceedings of the symposium held at Museum Catharijneconvent, Utrecht, 14 March 1994, texts edited by: Victor M. Schmidt, Gert Jan van der Sman, Marilena Vecchi, Jeanne van Waadenoijen, Firenze, Centro Di, 1999, 108 p., 41 b/w ill., cm. 24×17; 26,00 Euro

 

5.
Fiamminghi a Roma 1506-1608. Proceedings of the symposium held at Museum Catharijneconvent, Utrecht, 13 March 1995, texts edited by: Sabine Eiche, Gert Jan van der Sman, Jeanne van Waadenoijen, Firenze, Centro Di, 1999. 109 p., 74 b/w ill., cm. 24×17; 26,00 Euro

 

6.
Giambologna tra Firenze e l’Europa. Atti del convegno internazionale, Istituto Universitario di Storia dell’Arte, Firenze, redazione dei testi: Sabine Eiche, Gert Jan van der Sman, Marilena Vecchi, Jeanne van Waadenoijen, Firenze, Centro Di, 2000. 158 p., 96 b/w ill., cm. 24×17; 26,00 Euro

 

7.
T. Schulting, Sant’Agata Morosina, an Argosy. An episode in the commercial, diplomatic and artistic relations between Venice, Amsterdam and London, 1595-1609, Firenze, Centro Di, 2005. 84 p., 14 b/w ill., cm. 24×17; 15,00 Euro

8.
Victor M. Schmidt, Painted Piety. Panel Paintings for Personal Devotion in Tuscany 1250-1400, Firenze, Centro Di, 2005. 350 p. 227 b/w ill., xxv colour plates, cm. 29×22; 90,00 Euro

 

9.
From Pattern to Nature in Italian Renaissance Drawing: Pisanello to Leonardo. Proceedings of the international conference held at The Dutch University Institute for Art History, Florence, 6-7 May 2011, edited by Michael W. Kwakkelstein and Lorenza Melli, Firenze, Centro Di, 2012. 216 p., 200 b/w ill., 18 col. ill., cm. 24×17; 30,00 Euro

 

10.
Around Antonello da Messina. Reintegrating Quattrocento Culture. Proceedings of the international conference held at The Dutch University Institute for Art History, Florence, 19-20 October 2012, edited by Michael W. Kwakkelstein and Bette Talvacchia, Firenze, Centro Di, 2014. 168 p., 72 b/w ill., 13 col. ill., cm. 24×17; sold out

 

11.
Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510). Artist and entrepreneur in Renaissance Florence. Proceedings of the international conference held at The Dutch University Institute for Art History, Florence, 20-21 June 2014, edited by Gert Jan van der Sman and Irene Mariani, Firenze, Centro Di, 2015. 240 p., 117 b/w ill., 12 col. ill., cm. 24×17; 30,00 Euro

 

AVAILABLE AT BRILL:

12.
Piero di Cosimo. Painter of Faith and Fable. Edited by Dennis Geronumus and Michael W. Kwakkelstein, Leiden, Brill, 2018.

 

13.
Filippino Lippi. Beauty, Invention and Intelligence. Edited by Paula Nuttall, Geoffrey Nuttall, and Michael Kwakkelstein, Leiden, Brill, 2020.

 

14.
Romanesque Renaissance. Carolingian, Byzantine and Romanesque Buildings (800-1200) as a Source for All’antica Architecture in Early Modern Europe (1400-1700). Edited by Konrad A. Ottenheym. Leiden, Brill, 2021.