2009/10

 

  • Apollonio di Giovanni’s ‘Triumph of Love’ on Display at the V & A

  • Representations of Time in a Number of Early Sixteenth-century Roman Antiquities Collections

  • The History of Veronica, Head of Saint Andrew and Holy Lance Relics in Saint Peter’s Basilica, Rome, throughout the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries

  • Giorgio Vasari’s Descriptions of Patronage in ‘Le Vite de’ Più Eccellenti Pittori Scultori e Architettori’

  • : Christian Drunkenness: Satyrs and Syncretism in Venetian Renaissance Art

  • ‘quoium pecus?’ Quoium profecto pastores? The ‘Nature’ of Edmund Spenser’s ‘Shepheardes Calendar’ Woodcuts

  • ‘Il Purgatorio’ by Luca Signorelli

  • Titian and the Della Rovere

  • Titian’s Cupids: a Study of Eros and Anteros in the Works of the Venetian Master

  • Voyeuristic Violence: Tintoretto and the Dramatic Rhetoric of Tragedy

  • Funerary Monuments of Burgundian Duchesses: Location, Representation and Meaning

  • Banquets and Bathhouses: Some Miniatures from Fifteenth-century Valerius Maximus Manuscripts

  • The Engravings of Master Iam Van Zwolle

 

2008/9

 

  • The Urban Development of the Piazza S Andrea delle Fratte

  • Presentation and Display: Sculpture on the Campidoglio between 1471 and 1559

  • The Gesù and its Influence on Five Churches in Rome, 1568-1626

  • Gregory XIII: the Collegio Greco and the Church of San Atanasio dei Greci

  • Painted Representations of St Peter’s Basilica in Fresco, in the Sala dell’Incendio, the Sala di Costantino and the Cancelleria in Rome, 1517-46: an Image of Power

  • Making Women Visible: Funeral Monuments erected for Women during the Second Half of the Fifteenth Century

  • ‘Superare la Nature’: Pontormo’s Portraits in the Last Days of the Florentine Republic and the First Years of the Medici Duchy, 1530-1537

  • The Witt Library, Photographic Collections and Art History in the Early Twentieth Century

  • Artes Virumque Cano: Text and Image in Riccardiana MA492