Michael Vickers

The Classical Tradition

“Antiken-Forscher, Künstler und das Altertum im italienischen Quattrocento,” in B. Schmitt and Ch. Winterer (eds.), Hinter dem Pergament: Die Welt der Frankfurter Kaufmann Peter Ugelheimer und die Kunst der Buchmalerei im Venedig der Renaissance, Frankfurt, Dommuseum 2018) 309-12. View

“Saints Martin of Tours and Thomas of Canterbury in Urbino,” in Pagans and Christians - from Antiquity to the Middle Ages. Papers in honour of Martin Henig, ed. L. Gilmour, BAR International Series 1610 (Oxford, 2007) 309-12. View

‘The dramatis personae of Alma-Tadema's Phidias and the frieze of the Parthenon, Athens.’ Assaph, Studies in Art History 10-11 (2005-2006) 235-9. View

“The use of the royal cubit in country house design”, in L. Schmidt, C. Keller, R. Jaeger, P. Burman (eds.) Looking Forwards: The Country House in Contemporary Research and Conservation [Papers of the 1999 York Conference] (Cottbus 2001) View

“The changing image of Alexander the Great”, in M. Henig and D. Plantzos (eds), Classicism to Neoclassicism: A Collection of Papers in Honour of Gertrud Seidmann (Oxford, 1999) 29-37. View

“The views of Persepolis by William Marshall and Wenceslaus Hollar in Sir Thomas Herbert's Travels”, in A. Kuhrt and H. Sancisi-Weerdenburg (eds.), Achaemenid History 7. Through Travellers' Eyes (Leiden, Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, 1991) 59-69. View

“The impoverishment of the past: the case of classical Greece”, Antiquity 64 (1990) 455-63. View

“Value and simplicity: eighteenth century taste and the study of Greek vases”, Past and Present 116 (August 1987) 98-137. View

“A source for Lady Macbeth in Plutarch's Life of Pelopidas”, Notes and Queries 231 (1986) 365-7. View

“Imaginary Etruscans: changing perceptions of Etruria since the fifteenth century”, Hephaistos 7/8 (1985/6) 153-68, pls 1-5. View

“Greek and Roman antiquities in the seventeenth century”, in O. Impey and A. MacGregor (eds.) The Origins of Museums: the Cabinet of Curiosities in Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Europe (Oxford, 1985) 223-231.

“A new source for Rubens' Descent from the Cross in Antwerp”, Pantheon 1981/2, 140-142.

“Rupert of the Rhine, a new portrait by Dieussart and Bernini's Charles I”, Apollo 1978, 161-169. View

“The intended setting of Mantegna's Triumph of Caesar, Battle of the Sea Gods and Bacchanals“, Burlington Magazine 120 (1978) 365-370. View

“Some preparatory drawings for Pisanello's medallion of John VIII Palaeologus”, Art Bulletin 60 (1978) 417-424. View

“A Greek source for Pollaiuolo's Battle of the Nudes and Hercules and the Twelve Giants”, Art Bulletin 59 (1977) 182-187. View

“The sources of Invidia in Mantegna's Battle of The Sea Gods”, Apollo 106 (1977) 270-273. View

“Rubens' bust of ‘Seneca’?”, Burlington Magazine 119 (1977). View

“Mantegna and Constantinople”, Burlington Magazine 118 (1976) 680-687. View

“The Palazzo Santacroce Sketchbook: a new source for Andrea Mantegna's Triumph of Caesar, Bacchanals and Battle of the Sea Gods”, Burlington Magazine 118 (1976), 824-834.

“Mantegna and the Ara Pacis”, The J. Paul Getty Museum Journal 2 (1975) 109-120.

“An Elizabethan contact with Greece”, Journal of Ecclesiastical History 24 (1973) 51-58. View