Palazzo Rucellai, Via della Vigna Nuova, 18, 50123 Firenze FI, Italy
Photograph: Courtesy of Mary Ann Sullivan
This guide offers suggestions on how to find books and articles on Italian Renaissance buildings and how to connect with the scholarly discussion through cited references and book reviews. The encyclopedia, Grove Art Online, provides background material on the architects, their buildings, and three cities where their buildings are located: Rome, Florence, and Venice. The Internet Archive is the resource for digital editions of the treatises on architecture by Palladio, Serlio, and Alberti.
Finding Open Access Images (University of Pennsylvania)
Finding and Using Free Image Collections on the Web (Michigan State University)
Colgate Visual Resources Library: Citing Images (APA, MLA, Chicago)
Association of Art Editors Style Guide (rev. ed. 2013)