Publications and Lectures

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“Awakening the Sleeping Eloquence,” an Introduction to George Tice, Lifework, forthcoming

Revised entry on “American Operatic Institutions from 1930 to the Present” in The Grove Dictionary of American Music, second edition, forthcoming.

Leonard Freed: The Italians, Introductory Essay, Quantuck Lane Press (W. W. Norton)/Io amo l’Italia, Admira Editrice, October, 2011.

“Concert Opera Today in the Northeastern United States: a Survey and a Balance Sheet,” North American Opera Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2010, pp. 22 ff.

Classical music, art, book, and theater reviews, travel and food articles in New York Arts, April 2011 to present

Classical music reviews, Boston Musical Intelligencer, 2010 to present

Classical music, art, book, and theater reviews, travel and food articles in The Berkshire Review, an International Journal for the Arts, October 2007 to present

Classical music, art, and theater reviews in Berkshire Fine Arts, 2006-07

Claude Lorrain Landscape Drawings from the British Museum at the Clark Art Institute, Berkshire Review for the Arts, 2/18/07

Two Studies by Perino del Vaga for Castel Sant’Angelo,” Festschrift Konrad Oberhuber, Milan, 2000

Reflections on Two Art Exhibitions in NYC,” Threshold, 1.1, 2000

Review of Fuseli to Menzel: Drawings and Watercolors of the Age of Goethe, exh. cat. by Hinrich Sieveking, Drawing, Winter 1998-9

Drawing Materials and Drawing Techniques, a comprehensive reference site on the Web

Wyndham Lewis’ Figures,” Cleveland Museum of Art Bulletin, 1993

Alcune Cose in Siena Non Degne di Memoria – Baldassare Peruzzi’s Beginnings,” Bulletin of the Allen Memorial Art Museum (spring 1993)

Review of Rosso Fiorentino Drawings, Prints, Decorative Arts, exh. cat by Eugene A. Carroll, Master Drawings, 30. 1 (1992)

A Madonna and Child from Pintoricchio’s Sienese Period in the Cleveland Museum of Art,” Cleveland Museum of Art Bulletin, 78 (December 1991)

The Sistine Restoration and its Critics,” Bostonia (Winter 1991-92)

A Michelangelo Drawing,” Cleveland Museum of Art Bulletin, 77 (May 1990)

Contribution on Lievin Cruyl in Specchio di Roma Barocca, Edizioni dell’Elefante, Rome, 1990

Review of Views of Rome from the Thomas Ashby Collection in the Vatican Library, exh. cat. by Raymond Keaveney, Master Drawings, 27 (1989)

Drawing-A Glossary of Materials, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, 1987

Drawings in the Cleveland Museum of Art,” Drawing, VIII, 6 (March-April 1987)

Die Sammlung Woodner, Albertina, Vienna, 1986, Meisterzeichnungen aus sechs Jahrhunderten, Munich, 1986;Dibujos Collecciòn Woodner, Fundaciòn Amigos del Museo del Prado, Madrid, 1986

Master Drawings and Watercolors from the bequest of Frances Hofer, ed. Konrad Oberhuber and Wiliam W. Robinson, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1984 (entries on Italian drawings)

Lectures and Papers:

Epicureanism in Renaissance Thought and Art: Piero di Cosimo’s Paintings on the Life of Early Man” (American Philological Society Annual Meeting, Boston, January 2005)

Obscurity and the Aesthetics of Political Discourse” (New School Graduate Program in Liberal Studies Conference, The Politics of Language, April 9, 2003)

“The Odyssey and the Gospel of Mark Problems in Literary Traditions and the History of Consciousness” (2001)

“Drawing Rome” (Classical Association of the Atlantic States, 2000)

“Mark Rothko, Cyclical Development in his Work” (1999)

“Fra Angelico through Rothko’s Eyes” (1998)

“Model Books, Sketch Books, and Albums” (Cleveland Museum of Art, 1992)

“The Nature of Drawings” (Cleveland Museum of Art, 1991)

“Thomas Ashby, Archaeologist and Collector” (Cleveland Museum of Art, 1989)

“Lievin Cruyl’s Views of Rome in the Tradition of City Portraits, Architectural Perspective, and Cartography” (American Academy in Rome, 1989)

Pietro da Cortona’s Modello for the ‘Idolatry of Solomon’ in the Palazzo Mattei di Giove in Rome” (Midwest Art History Society, Minneapolis, April 8, 1988)

Miscellaneous Texts

Exhibition labels, pamphlets, press releases, reports, etc.


The Autochthonous Heroes of Athens from the Classical to the Late Hellenistic Period(advisor: A. Henrichs). Order from UMI ProQuest.

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