Articles, Reviews, and Exhibition Catalogues
“Martino Longhi the Younger and the Façade of San Giovanni Calibita in Rome,” The Art Bulletin 52 (1970): 71-74.
“The 1653 Restoration of S. Adriano al Foro Romano,” Römisches Jahrbuch für Kunstgeschichte 13 (1971): 287-95.
“The Architecture of Martino Longhi the Younger (1602-60),” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 30 (1971): 191-18.
“Guercino, Bonfanti, and ‘Christ Among the Doctors’,” Record of the Princeton University Art Museum 32 (1973): 190-15.
Drawings by Guercino and his Followers, Exhibition catalogue, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, MA, 1974.
“Carlo Francesco Bizzaccheri (1655-1721): An Annotated Catalogue,” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 33 (1974): 45-47.
“Domenico Castelli’s Façade for S. Girolamo della Carità in Rome,” in Hortus Imaginum, University of Kansas Press, Lawrence, 1974, 139-45.
Review of Panazza and Boselli, Progetti per una cattedrale: La fabbrica del Duomo Nuovo di Brescia, in The Art Bulletin 58 (1978): 177-79.
Baroque Painting in the Low Countries: Selections from the Bader Collection, exhibition catalogue, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, MA, 1979.
“Some Documentary Evidence on the Restriking of Early Papal Medals,” American Numismatic Society: Museum Notes 26 (1981): 226-33.
Roma Resurgens: Papal Medals from the Age of the Baroque, (with Nathan T. Whitman), Exhibition catalogue, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, and the University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1981.
Review of Braham and Hager, Carlo Fontana: The Drawings at Windsor Castle in Master Drawings 29 (1981): 456-57.
Entries on Domenico Castelli, the Longhi family, Domenico Martinelli, Carlo Morelli, Flaminio Ponzio, Gerolamo Rainaldi, and Giovanni Vasanzio in The MacMillan Encyclopedia of Architects, 1982-83.
“The Architecture of Papal Medals,” in Papers in Art History from The Pennsylvania State University, Vol. I, 1983, 69-81.
Catalogue entries for works by Guercino, Willem De Heusch, and Daniel Seiter in the Handbook of the Collection, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, MA, 1984.
“Caravaggio and the Decorative Arts in the Two Suppers at Emmaus,” The Art Bulletin 68 (1986): 218-24.
“A Drawing by Bernini for a Print dedicated to Alexander VII,” Master Drawings 23-24 (1985-86): 54-55.
“Alexander VII, Bernini, and the Baroque Papal Medal,” in Italian Medals (ed. J. Graham Pollard), in Studies in the History of Art, 21, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, Symposium Papers VIII, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1987, 249-60.
Review of R. Krautheimer, The Rome of Alexander VII, 1655-1677, and T. Magnuson, Rome in the Age of Bernini, Vol. II, in The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 46 (1987), 416-18.
“Carlo de Dominicis,” Dizionario biografico degli italiani.
“The First Roman Sojourn of Daniel Seiter (1682-1688),” Paragone 12 no. 465 (1988): 31-47.
“Plautilla Bricci Architettrice and the Villa Benedetti in Rome,” in Papers in Art History from The Pennsylvania State University, vol. VII, 1992, 267-79.
“Caravaggio’s Carpets,” Letter in The Burlington Magazine 124 (1992): 505.
Foreword to Vernon Minor, Art History’s History, Prentice-Hall, 1993.
“Baroque Art and Architecture,” The New Book of Knowledge, 1994.
Five catalogue entries in Altered States: Conservation, Analysis, and Interpretation of Works of Art, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, 1994.
“Rome and the Viewmaker’s Imagination,” in Views of Rome: Steven Brooke, Rizzoli, New York, 1995.
Two Views of Italy: Master Prints by Canaletto and Piranesi, (with Richard Rand), Exhibition catalogue, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, 1995.
Entries on Carlo Francesco Bizzaccheri, Anthony Blunt, Plautilla Bricci, the Longhi family, Wolfgang Lotz, and a major essay on Italian architecture 1600-1750 for The Dictionary of Art, MacMillan Publishers Ltd., London, 1996.
“Leonardo’s Lost Medusa and Other Medici Medusas from the Tazza Farnese to Caravaggio,” Gazette des Beaux-Arts 130 (1997): 73-80.
“Caravaggio’s Lost Portrait of Cardinal Benedetto Giustiniani: A Possible Print Source,” Paragone 21 no. 573 (1998): 15-18.
“Caravaggio and Religion,” in Saints and Sinners: Caravaggio and the Baroque Image, edited by Franco Mormando, McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College, 1999, 191-207.
“Caravaggio and Violence,” Storia dell’arte 97 (1999): 317-332.
“Observations on Caravaggio and Muziano in situ,” Source: Notes in the History of Art 19 no. 4 (2000) 29-35.
“Martino Longhi the Elder,” Encyclopedia of Italian Renaissance and Mannerist Art, MacMillan Publishers, London.
“Merisi il letterato,” Quadri e sculture no. 36 (2000): 47-49.
“Bearers of a Slightly Different Meaning: the Pilaster as Feminine Presence,” in Raising the Eyebrow: John Onians and World Art Studies, An Album Amicorum in his Honour, Lauren Golden (ed.), London, 2001, 321-28.
Review of J. T. Spike, Caravaggio, CAA Reviews, 2002.
“Palladio and Palladianism,” in Dictionary of Early Modern Europe 1450-1789, Scribner’s/MacMillan, London, 2003.
Valenciennes, Daubigny, and the Origins of French Landscape Painting, Exhibition catalogue, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, MA, 2004, distributed by the Pennsylvania State University Press.
“Snake Eyes: Caravaggio, Ligozzi and the Head of Medusa”, Source: Notes in the History of Art, 24 no. 1 (2004): 14-17.
“Claude in the Campagna,” Plein Air Magazine I (2004): 30-33.
“Introduction” to Patrick Hunt, Caravaggio, London, 2004.
“Fruits and Vegetables as Sexual Metaphor in Late Renaissance Rome,” Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture, 5 no. 4 (2005): 8-14.
“At Supper with Leonardo,” Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture, 8 no. 1 (2008): 75-79.
“Wine and Death: Carpe Diem or Vanitas?” Mediaevalia, 30 (2009): 5-16.
“Portraits and Portrayals,” in special issue, “The Caravaggio Moment,” in Italian Journal, Spring 2010, 26-32.
“Edward Lear in Malta: New Revelations,” Treasures of Malta, Christmas, vol. XX, no. 1, 2013, 48-56.