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Two portrait plates, of a Renaissance man and woman, in the' Piatti da Pompa' style, or 'show plate' style from the Umbrian region. Stoneroads Collection
Ahl, Diane Cole. Disegno: Italian Renaissance Designs for the Decorative Arts. New England: University Press of New England, 1997.
Ajmar, Marta and Dora Thornton. "When Is a Portrait Not a Portrait?: Belle Donne on Maiolica and Renaissance Praise of Local Beauties." The Image of the Individual: Portraits in the Renaissance. Nicholas and Luke Syson eds. Mann, 138-53. London: 1998.
Ames, Kenneth L. "Meaning in Artifacts: Hall Furnishings in Victorian America." Material Culture Studies in America. editor Thomas J. Schlereth, 206-22. London: Altamira Press, 1999.
Ames-Lewis, Francis. Concepts of Beauty in Renaissance Art. New York: Ashgate Publishing Company, 1998.
Barthes, Roland. "Rhetoric of the Image." Image, Music, Text. editor S. Heath1964.
Beard, Mary. "Souvenirs of Culture: Deciphering in the Museum." Art History 15, no. 4 (1992): 505-32.
Bourdieu, Pierre. "The Aristocracy of Culture." Commerce and Culture: From Pre-Industrial Art to Post-Industrial Value. Stephen ed. Bayley, 89-93. London: Design Museum in association with Fourth Estate, 1989.
Brucker, Eugene. Giovanni and Lusanna. New York: Charles Scribner's Press, 1986.
Burke, Peter. The Italian Renaissance: Culture and Society in Italy. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1999.
---. Varieties of Cultural History. Oxford: Polity Press, 1997.
Ciappelli, Giovanni. Art, Memory and Family in Renaissance Florence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Cole, Bruce. Italian Art 1250-1550: The Relation of Renaissance Art to Life and Society. New York: 1987.
Craig, T. L. "Aesthetics Aside: How to Find Historical Information in Works of Art." History News 37, no. 6 (1982): 17-19.
Dupont, Jean Claude. "The Meaning of Objects: The Poker." editor Gerald L. Pocius, 1-18. St. John's, Newfoundland: ISER, 1991.
Eisenbichler, Konrad. "Bronzino's Portrait of Guidobaldo II Della Rovere." Renaissance and Reformation 13, no. 4 (1988): 13-20.
Findlen, Paula. "Possessing the Past: the Material World of the Italian Renaissance." of American History 103, no. 1 (1998): 83-114.
Fleming, E. McClung. "Artifact Study: A Proposed Model." Winterthur Porfolio 9 (1974): 153-73.
Goldthwaite, Richard A. "The Economic and Social World of Italian Renaissance Maiolica." Renaissance Quarterly 42: 1-32.
---. "The Empire of Things: Consumer Demand in Renaissance Italy." Patronage, Art and Society in Renaissance Italy. F. W. and Patricia Simons eds. Kent, 155-75. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1987.
---. Wealth and the Demand for Art in Italy 1300-1600. Baltimore: 1993. Grier, Katherine C. Culture and Comfort: People, Parlors and Upholstery 1850-1930. Rochester: Strong Museum, 1988.
Hood, Adrienne D. and David-Thiery Ruddel. "Artifacts and Documents in the History of Quebec Textiles." Living in a Material World: Canadian and American Approaches to Material Culture. editor Gerald L. Pocius, 55-91.
Hughes, Diane Owen. "Representing the Family: Portraits and Purposes in Early Modern Italy." Art and History: Images and Their Meaning. Rabb, Theodore K. and Robert I. Rothberg Brown eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986.
Jardine, Lisa. Worldly Goods: a New History of the Renaissance. London: Macmillan Press, 1996.
Johnson, Ragnar. "The Extent of Representation, the Relationships of Artifacts and the Anthropology of Art." Visual Anthropology 9, no. 2 (1997): 149-66.
Kemp, Martin. Behind the Picture: Art and Evidence in the Italian Renaissance. Yale: Yale University Press, 1997.
King, Margaret L. Women of the Renaissance. New York: SUNY Press, 1983.
Kingery, W. D. "Painterly Maiolica of the Italian Renaissance." Technology and Culture 34 (January) (1993): 28-47.
Kingery W.D. and P.B Vandiver. Ceramic Masterpieces. New York: Free Press, 1986.
Kristeller, Paul Oskar. Renaissance Thought and the Arts: Collected Essays. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1990.
Kubler, George. The Shape of Time: Remarks on the History of Things. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1962.
Mallet, J. V. G. "Gonzage Patronage of Maiolica." Apollo 114 (1983): 160-175. Maquet, Jacques. "Objects As Instruments, Objects As Signs." History From Things: Essays on Material Culture. editors Steven Lubar and Kingery W. David, 30-40.
Minchilli, Elizabeth Helman. Deruta: A Tradition of Italian Ceramics. New York: Chronicle Books, 1998.
Montgomery, Charles F. "The Connoisseurship of Artifacts." Material Culture Studies in America. editor Thomas J. Schlereth, 143-52. London: Altamira Press, 1999.
Morley-Fletcher H. Techniques of the World's Great Masters of Pottery and Ceramics. New Jersey: Chartwell Books, 1984.
Musacchio, Jacqueline Marie. The Art and Ritual of Childbirth in Renaissance Italy. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1999.
Pearce, Susan M. Museum Studies in Material Culture. London: 1989. Piccolpasso, Cipriano. Three Books of the Potter's Art. London: Scholar Press, 1557.
Plog, S. "Analysis of Style in Artifacts." Annual Review of Anthropology 12 (1983): 125-42. Poole, Julia E. Italian Maiolica and Incised Slipware in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (Fitzwilliam Museum Publications). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995.
Poole, Julia. Italian Maiolica (Fitzwilliam Museum Handbooks). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.
Prown, Jules. "Mind in Matter: An Introduction to Material Culture Theory and Method." Winterthur Portfolio 17, no. 1 (1982): 1-19. ---. "On the 'Art ' in Artifacts." Living in a Material World: Canadian and American Approaches to Material Culture. editor Gerald L. Pocius, 144-55. St. John's, Newfoundland: Institute of Social and Economic Research, 1991.
Prown, Jules. "On the 'Art ' in Artifacts." Living in a Material World: Canadian and American Approaches to Material Culture. editor Gerald L. Pocius, 144-55. St. John's, Newfoundland: Institute of Social and Economic Research, 1991.
---. "Style As Evidence." Winterthur Portfolio 15, no. 3 (1980): 197-210. Rabb, Theodore K. and Jonathon Brown. "Evidence of Art Images and Meanings in History." Art and History: Images and Their Meaning. editors Jonathan Theodore K. Rabb and Robert I. Rothberg Brown Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988.
Rabil, Albert. Laura Cereta, Quattrocento Humanist. New York: Medieval and Renaissance texts and Studies, 1981.
Rackham, Bernard. Italian Maiolica. London: Ashmolean Museum, 1963.
Shapiro, Maurice L. "A Renaissance Birth Plate." Art Bulletin XLIV (1967): 236-43.
Thorton, Peter. The Italian Renaissance Interior 1400-1600. New York: 1991.
Tinagli, Paola. Women in Italian Renaissance Art: Gender, Representation, Identity. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1997. Welch, Evelyn S. Art and Society in Italy 1350-1500. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997.
Wiesner, Merry. Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe. 1993: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Wilson, Timothy. Ceramic Art of the Italian Renaissance. London: 1987.
---. Maiolica. London: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford University, 1989.
Wohl, Hellmut. The Aesthestics of Italian Renaissance Art: A Reconsideration of Style. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999. hl, Diane Cole. Disegno: Italian Renaissance Designs for the Decorative Arts. New England: University Press of New England, 1997.