Professor Geraldine A. Johnson: List of publications

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The Sound of Marble: The Materiality and Immateriality of Italian Renaissance Art

“in consequence of their whiteness”: Photographing marble sculpture from Talbot to today

Photographing Sculpture, Sculpting Photography

"The Life of Objects": Sculpture as Subject and Object of the Camera's Lens

Review of Touching Objects: Intimate Experiences of Italian Fifteenth-Century Art, by Adrian W.B. Randolph

Journal of Art Historiography Special Issue

Review of The Sculptural Photograph in the Nineteenth Century (special issue of History of Photography), edited by Patrizia Di Bello

The Sculptural Photograph in the Nineteenth Century

A Taxonomy of Touch: Tactile Encounters in Renaissance Italy

Beyond the Visual: The Multi-Sensory Reception and Display of Renaissance Sculpture

'(Un)richtige Aufnahme': Renaissance Sculpture and the Visual Historiography of Art History

Heinrich Wölfflin, How One Should Photograph Sculpture: A Translation of his Articles of 1896-7 and 1915

In the Hand of the Beholder: Isabella d'Este and the Sensual Allure of Sculpture

The Art of Touch in Early Modern Italy

Using the Photographic Archive: On the Life (and Death) of Images

Reza Aramesh: "Them Who Dwell on the Earth"

Touch, Tactility, and the Reception of Sculpture in Early Modern Italy

'All concrete shapes dissolve in light': Photographing Sculpture from Rodin to Brancusi

Renaissance Art: A Very Short Introduction

Pictures fit for a Queen: Peter Paul Rubens and the Marie de' Medici Cycle

"An Almost Immaterial Substance": Photography and the Dematerialisation of Sculpture

Beautiful Brides and Model Mothers: The Devotional and Talismanic Functions of Early Modern Marian Reliefs

Michelangelo, Canon Formation and Fortune Telling in Fanti's "Triompho di Fortuna"

Activating the Effigy: Donatello's Pecci Tomb in Siena Cathedral

The Lion on the Piazza: Patrician Politics and Public Statuary in Central Florence

Family Values: Sculpture and the Family in Fifteenth-Century Florence

Activating the Effigy: Donatello's Pecci Tomb in Siena Cathedral

Introduction: Sculpture and Photography: Envisioning the Third Dimension

Sculpture, Photography and the Politics of Public Space: Serra's "Tilted Arc" and Lin's Vietnam Veteran's Memorial

Approaching the altar: Donatello's sculpture in the Santo

Marie de Médicis: mariée, mère, méduse

Idol or Ideal? The Power and Potency of Female Public Sculpture

Introduction: Women and the Visual Arts

Picturing Women in Renaissance and Baroque Italy

Sculpture and Photography: Envisioning the Third Dimension

Art or Artefact? Madonna and Child Reliefs in the Early Renaissance

Imagining Images of Powerful Women: Maria de' Medici's Patronage of Art and Architecture

The original placement of Donatello's bronze Crucifix in the Santo in Padua

Photographing Etruscan Sculpture

The Very Impress of the Object’: Photographing Sculpture from Fox Talbot to the Present Day

Pictures fit for a Queen: Peter Paul Rubens and the Marie de' Medici Cycle

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