"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.
Note: updated 2017/01/14.
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