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Venice, Classicism, and the East

Ackerman, James S., Palladio (Harmondsworth, 1991)

Beltramini, Guido, et al., Andrea Palladio: The Complete Illustrated Works (New York, 2001)

Boucher, Bruce, Andrea Palladio: The Architect in His Time (New York, 1994)

Campbell, Caroline, et al., Bellini and The East (London, 2005)

Carboni, Stefano (ed.), Venice and the Islamic World, 828-1797 (New Haven, 2007)

Concina, Ennio, A History of Venetian Architecture, trans. Judith Landry (Cambridge, 1998)

Contadini, Anna, and Claire Norton (eds), The Renaissance and the Ottoman World (Farnham, 2013)

Cooper, Tracy E., Palladio’s Venice: Architecture and Society in a Renaissance Republic (New Haven, 2005)

Fortini Brown, Patricia, ‘The Antiquarianism of Jacopo Bellini’, Artibus et Historiae 13 (1992), 65-84. JSTOR

Fortini-Brown, Patricia, ‘How Renaissances happened in Venice’ in Alison Brown (ed.), Language and Images of Renaissance Italy.

Fortini-Brown, Patricia, Venice and Antiquity: the Venetian Sense of the Past (New Haven, 1996)

Gould, Cecil, 'Sebastiano Serlio and Venetian Painting', Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 25 (1962), 56-64. JSTOR

Goy, Richard, The Building of Renaissance Venice: Patrons, Architects and Builders, c. 1430-1500 (New Haven, 2006)

Goy, Richard, Venice: The City and Its Architecture (London, 1999)

Howard, Deborah, ‘Venice and Islam in the Middle Ages: Some Observations on the Question of Architectural Influence’, Architectural History 34 (1991), 59-74. JSTOR

Howard, Deborah, Jacopo Sansovino: Architecture and Patronage in Renaissance Venice, 2nd ed. (New Haven, 1987)

Howard, Deborah, The Architectural History of Venice (New Haven, 2004)

Howard, Deborah, Venice and the East: the impact of the Islamic world on Venetian architecture, 1100-1500 (New Haven, 2000)

Humfrey, P., and R. Mackenney, ‘The Venetian Trade Guilds as Patrons of Art in the Renaissance’, The Burlington Magazine 126 (1986), 317-30. JSTOR

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Johnson, Eugene J., 'Jacopo Sansovino, Giacomo Torelli, and the Theatricality of the Piazzetta in Venice', The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 59 (2000), 436-53. JSTOR

Lieberman, Ralph, ‘Real Architecture, Imaginary History: The Arsenale Gate as Venetian Mythology’, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 54 (1991), 117-26. JSTOR

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Maguire, Henry, and Robert S. Nelson (eds), San Marco, Byzantium, and the Myths of Venice (Dumbarton Oaks, 2010)

Nichols, Tom, Renaissance Art in Venice: From Tradition to Individualism (London, 2016)

Nicol, Donald M., Byzantium and Venice: A Study in Diplomatic and Cultural Relations (Cambridge,1988)

Palladio, Andrea, The Four Books on Architecture, ed. and trans. Robert Tavernor and Richard Schofield (Cambridge, Mass., 2002). NetLibrary.

Perry, Marilyn, ‘Cardinal Domenico Grimani's Legacy of Ancient Art to Venice’, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 41 (1978), 215-44. JSTOR

Pincus, Debra, ‘Venice and the Two Romes’, Artibus et Historiae 26 (1992), 101-114. JSTOR

Rosand, David, Myths of Venice. The Figuration of a State (Chapel Hill, NC, 2001)

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Wundram, Manfred, et al., Palladio: The Complete Buildings (Cologne, 2004)