"A non-selective bibliography is the only useful kind!" — Creighton Gilbert
Prof. Gilbert (B.A., New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, 1942; Ph.D., New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, 1955) taught at Emory University, the University of Louisville, and Indiana University, Brandeis University, CUNY, Cornell, and Yale. He was a visiting professor at UC Berkeley (1959), the University of Leiden (1974-75), Williams College (1976), and Hebrew University (1985). He was a Fulbright Lecturer at the University of Rome (1951-52), a Kress Fellow at the Harvard Center for Italian Renaissance Studies in Florence (1967-68), and a Fellow of the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study (1972-73). He received the College Art Association's Mather Award in 1964, and he was a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Note: I worked on this bibliography with Prof. Gilbert; the annotations, groupings, and clarifications it contains are his. For my personal recollection of him, see this post.
(This bibliography is complete through 1998, and contains many– perhaps most– of the relevant items since then. Once I've had the chance to identify and confirm citations for works from the last decade or so, I'll revise this document.)
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