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Bibliografia essenziale2019-10-21T14:59:11+00:00

Abbreviations

Introduction

SHGDL = Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes, ed. J. Dixon Hunt.
RG = Revisiting the Gamberaia: An Anthology of Essays, ed. P. J. Osmond. Florence: Centro Di, 2004, repr. with additions and revisions, 2014.

I. Studies on the Villa Gamberaia

Anthologies of essays and journals
Osmond, Patricia, guest editor. Villa Gamberaia: Sources and Interpretations. SHGDL 22 (2002).
Includes essays on the Gamberaia by M. Bevilacqua, M. Fagiolo, M. Gahtan, M. Caputo, P. Osmond, V. Cazzato (see section II below).
______________, ed., Revisiting the Gamberaia (henceforth RG).
Includes historic essays on the Gamberaia (1901-1973) by Janet Ross, Edith Wharton, E. March Phillipps (with photos by Charles Latham), H. Inigo Triggs, Henry V. Hubbard, Geoffrey Jellicoe (with drawings by J.C. Shepherd), Georgina Masson, and Harold Acton, with Introduction, prefaces to each essay, and notes.
(For the original editions of these essays, see individual entries in section III below.)

Guides and Introductions
Pozzana, Mariachiara
Villa Gamberaia. Florence: Edizioni Casalta, 2015.
Text in Italian and English.

Collections of photos
Korab, Balthazar
Gamberaia. Photo essay, with text by Harold Acton. Florence: Centro Di, 1971.

Websites
Osmond, Patricia
.“Villa Gamberaia: interpretive text,” Catena, The Digital Archive of Historic Gardens and Landscapes, The Bard Graduate Center (New York), http://catena.bgc.bard.edu
(c. 2005).

Recent articles and essays
Bevilacqua, Mario
. “Towards a History of the Villa Gamberaia: Issues of Patronage,” SHGDL 22 (2002): 4-16.
Caputo, Margherita. “The Gardens of the Gamberaia: Permanence and Change,” SHGDL 22 (2002): 56-67.
Cazzato, Vincenzo. “The Rediscovery of the Villa Gamberaia in Images and Projects of the Early 1900s,” Villa Gamberaia: Sources and InterpretationsSHGDL 22 (2002): 80-99.
Fagiolo, Marcello. “The Garden of The Gamberaia in the Seicento: The Mysteries of the Waters, the Elements and Earthquakes,” SHGDL 22 (2002): 17-33.
Gahtan, Maia. “Standing on a Garden Wall or Assembling in a ‘Rustic Cabinet’: Seasonal Statuary at the Villa Gamberaia,” SHGDL 22 (2002): 34-55.
Kinnard, Judith. “The Villa Gamberaia in Settignano: The Street in the Garden,” Journal of Garden History 6 (1986): 1-18.
Osmond, Patricia. “‘L’Anima della Villa Toscana’: Gabriele D’Annunzio at the Gamberaia, 1896 and 1898,” SHGDL 22 (2002): 68-79.
Pozzana, Mariachiara. “Classicismo e tradizione nell’opera di Porcinai,” in I giardini del XX secolo: l’opera di Porcinai, ed. M. Pozzana. Florence: Alinea, 1998. (Gamberaia, 139-56, at 141)
____________. “I primi restauri,” in Giardini parchi paesaggi, ed. G. Pettena, P. Pietrogrande, M. Pozzana. Firenze: Le Lettere, 1998. (Gamberaia, 44-46)
____________. “Restauri in stile e progetto del ‘nuovo’ a Firenze (1900-1940),” in La memoria, il tempo, la storia nel giardino italiano fra ‘800 e ‘900, ed. V. Cazzato. Roma: Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca, 1999. (Gamberaia, 307-09)
Simonini, Gian Luca. “Il giardino di Gamberaia e l’addizione di Catherine Jeanne Ghyka,” Storia urbana 85 (1998): 151-70.
Zangheri, Luigi. “Pietro Porcinai e La Gamberaia,” in I giardini del XX secolo: l’opera di Pietro Porcinai, ed. M. Pozzana. Firenze: Alinea, 1998, 131-138.
____________. “Islamische Einflüsse in der Europäischen Gartenkunst am Beispiel der Villa Gamberaia,” in Historische Gärten heute, ed. M. Rohde and R. Schomann. Leipzig: 2003, 52-57.

II. Historic Essays on the Villa Gamberaia (articleschaptersmonographs)

Acton, Harold. “Introduction” in Gamberaia. Saggio fotografico di Balthazar Korab. Testo di Harold Acton. Firenze: Centro Di, 1971.
____________. Tuscan villas, con fotografie di Alexander Zielcke. New York: Thames & Hudson, 1973. (Gamberaia 144-46; ripr. in RG, 81-86)
Borsig, Arnold von. Die Toscana. Landschaft, Kunst und Leben in Bild. Vienna: Verlag Anton Schroll & Co., 1948. (Gamberaia, 29 e tavole)
Dami, Luigi. 1l Giardino italiano (esemplare N. 3965). Bestetti Tumineli, 1924. (Gamberaia, tav. CCXLVII – CCLIII)
Gromort, Georges. L’art des jardins: une courte étude d’ensemble sur l’art de la composition des jardins d’après des exemples empruntés à ses manifestations les plus brillantes. Parigi: A. Vincent, 1922. (Gamberaia, 1: 32 e tavole, vol. 1-2)
Hotz, Walter. VILLA GAMBERAIA in Settignano bei Florenz. Zum sechzigsten Geburtstag des Verfassers herausgegeben und mit einer Bibliographie versehen von Gisela Siebert. Monaco di Baviera: Ernst Hermann Verlag, 1972.
Hubbard, Henry V. “Note-Taking in Italian Gardens. Villa Gamberaia,” Landscape Architecture 5 (ottobre, 1914, luglio, 1915) 57-66, 57-58. Si veda anche Hubbard’s “Italian Garden Theaters,” Landscape Architecture 4 (ottobre 1914, luglio 1915), 53-65. (ripr. in RG, 57-64)
Jellicoe, G. A. “Villa Gamberaia,” in Shepherd, J. C. e G. A. Jellicoe, Italian Gardens of the Renaissance. Londra: Ernest Benn, 1925. Si veda anche la sua “Foreword” (prefazione) alla quarta ed. Londra/New York, 1986, ripr. nella quinta ed. New York, 1993. (estratti in RG, 67-69)
____________, in Shepherd, J. C. and G. A. Jellicoe, Gardens & Design. Londra: Ernest Benn Ltd, 1927), 111-22; ripr. in Geoffrey Jellicoe. The Studies of a Landscape Designer over 80 years, vol. 2. Gardens & Design. Gardens of Europe. Woodbridge, Regno Unito: Garden Art Press, 1995), 81-91. (estratti in RG, 70-72)
____________, Geoffrey Jellicoe. The Studies of a Landscape Designer over 80 years. Vol. 1. Soundings. An Italian Study 1923-1925. Woodbridge, Suffolk, Regno Unito: Garden Art Press, 1993, 26-27. (estratti in RG, 69-70)
Lensi Orlandi, Giulio. Le Ville di Firenze di qua d’Arno. Firenze: Vallecchi Editore, 1954, ripr. 1978. (Gamberaia, 121-22)
March Phillipps, E. In Charles Latham, The Gardens of Italy, with Descriptions by E. March Phillipps, 2 vols. Londra: Country Life. Ltd. e George Newies Ltd., Southampton, 1905. (Gamberaia, 2:113-25; repr. in RG, 37-48).
Masson, Georgina. Italian Gardens. Londra: Thames & Hudson, 1961. (Gamberaia, 82-84 e nota, 276; ripr. in RG, 73-80)
_______________. Giardini d’Italia. Milano: Garzanti, n.d. (traduzione in lingua Italiana da Italian Gardens, 1961).
Ross, Janet. Florentine Villas. Londra: J. M. Dent & Co. e New York: Dent & Dutton. (Gamberaia, 116-19; ripr. in RG, 24-30)
Triggs, H. Inigo. The Art of Garden Design in Italy. Londra: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1906. (Gamberaia, 83-84; ripr. in RG, 2005, 49-56)
Wharton, Edith. Italian Villas and Their Gardens, with Pictures by Maxfield Parrish. New York: The Century Co., 1904; ripr. New York: Da Capo Press, 1976. (Gamberaia, 41-48; ripr. in RG, 31-36)
Zach, Leon Henry. “Seeing the Italian Villas,” Landscape Architecture 12 (ottobre, 1921 a luglio, 1922): 29-39.

III. Photographswatercolor paintings and Prints

Korab, Balthazar. Gamberaia. Saggio fotografico, testo di Harold Acton. Firenze: Centro Di, 1971.
Pirani, Federico. Una stagione a Villa Gamberaia: acquerelli. Roma: Gangemi Editore, 2011.
Scarry, Huck. Diario toscano. Milano: Mondadori, 1998. Gamberaia, 28-31)

On the etchings (1744) of Giuseppe Zocchi, si veda:
Bevilacqua, Mario, ed. Giuseppe Zocchi, Vedute delle Ville e d’altri luoghi della Toscana. Firenze: Editoriale Artemide, 2010. (Gamberaia, 14 e tavole 45-47)
Tosi, Alessandro. Inventare la realtà: Giuseppe Zocchi e la Toscana del Settecento. Firenze. Banca Toscana, 1997. (Gamberaia, 95)

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