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Bibliography of Works by George M. Richter*

Thorland, Georg [George Richter]. Der Fasching: Szenen aus dem Münchner Leben. Berlin: Schuster & Loeffler, 1903.

Melchior Feselin, Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der oberdeutschen Kunst im XVI. Jahrhundert. Munich: KGL Hofbuchdruckerei Kastner & Callwey, 1908.

“Die Schuchs der Sammlung Herbst.” Mitteilungen der Gallerie Helbing 2 (Mar. 4, 1912): 9–12.

“Böcklins ‘Malerei und Dichtung’.” Mitteilungen der Gallerie Helbing 4 (Apr. 3, 1912): 30–32.

“Spitzweg und die Sammlung Meder.” Mitteilungen der Gallerie Helbing 6 (1912): 43–45.

“Die Gemäldesammlung Professor Fr. J. Meder.” Mitteilungen der Gallerie Helbing 7 (May 20, 1912): 51–55. (Also in Sammlung von Ölgermälden moderner Meister aus dem Besitze des Herrn Professor Fr. J. Meder, Munich Galerie Helbing, auction catalog, June 1, 1912, vii–xiv.

“Ein unbekanntes Gemälde des Francesco Bonsignori.” Mitteilungen der Gallerie Helbing 10 (July 4, 1912): 83.

“Münchner Secession.” Mitteilungen der Gallerie Helbing 11 (Aug. 19, 1912): 96.

“Gemäldesammlung Frau v. D. in B.” Mitteilungen der Gallerie Helbing 14 (Oct. 1, 1912): 121–123; and Mitteilungen der Gallerie Helbing 15 (Oct. 12, 1912): 129–132. (Also published as “Forward,” in Sammlung Frau von D. in B. Ölgemälde moderner Meister, Munich Galerie Helbing, auction catalog, May 21, 1913, v–viii.

“The Crucifix of Guiliemus at Sarzana.” Burlington Magazine 51, no. 295 (Oct. 1927): 162–177.

“Simone Martini Problems: The Stoclet Madonna. Burlington Magazine 54, no. 313 (Apr. 1929): 164–173.

“Pisanello Studies I.” Burlington Magazine 55, no. 317 (Aug. 1929): 58–66.

“Pisanello Studies II.” Burlington Magazine 55, no. 318 (Sept. 1929): 128–139.

“The ‘Portrait’ of Isabelle d’Este by Cavazzola.” Burlington Magazine 54, no. 311 (Feb. 1929): 85–92.     

“Megliose di Jacopo and the Magdalen Master.” Burlington Magazine 57, no. 332 (Nov. 1930): 223–236.

“Two Titian Self-Portraits.” Burlington Magazine 58, no. 337 (Apr. 1931): 160–168.

 “Lotto’s Portrait of a Young Barberini.” International Studio 99 (May 1931): 26–27.

“Pisanello Again.” Burlington Magazine 58, no. 338 (May 1931): 235–241.

“The Three Different Types of Titian’s Self-Portraits.” Apollo 13 (June 1931): 339–343.

“Titian’s Venus and the Lute Player.” Burlington Magazine 59, no. 341 (Aug. 1931): 52–59

“Review of Pitture Italiane in America by Lionello Venturi.” Burlington Magazine 59, no. 344 (Nov. 1931): 250–251.

“A Clue to Giorgione’s Late Style.” Burlington Magazine 60, no. 348 (Mar. 1932): 122–132.

“The Bridgewater Titians.” Apollo 18 (July 1933): 3–7. (Reprinted Apollo 169 [Feb. 2009]: 3–7.)

“Conscious and Subconscious Elements in the Creation of Works of Art.” Art Bulletin 15, no. 3 (Sept. 1933): 279–289.

“Landscape Motifs in Giorgione’s Venus.” Burlington Magazine 63, no. 368 (Nov. 1933): 221–223.

“Limitations of the Gentle Art of Faking.” Art News (Nov. 25, 1933): 14.

“Italian Pictures in Scandinavian Collections.” Apollo 19 (Mar. 1934): 128–132.

“G.M. Richter’s Comments in Lapses in Fakes.” Art News (June 2, 1934): 11.

“Unfinished Pictures by Giorgione.” Art Bulletin 16, no. 3 (Sept. 1934): 272–290.

“The Problem of the Noli Me Tangere.” Burlington Magazine 66, no. 382 (Jan. 1935): 46.

“The Peruzzi Madonna.” Burlington Magazine 67, no. 392 (Nov. 1935): 202–211.

“Frescoes by Giorgione?” Apollo 23 (1936): 141.

“Review of La Pittura di paesaggio in Italia by Rezio Buscaroli.” Burlington Magazine 68, no. 398 (Apr. 1936): 200.

“A Portrait of a Lady by Giovanni Bellini.” Burlington Magazine 69, no. 400 (July 1936): 2–5.

“A Portrait of Ferruccio by Sebastiano Veneziano.” Burlington Magazine 69, no. 401 (Aug. 1936): 88–89.

Giorgio da Castelfranco, called Giorgione. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1937.

“An Ideal Portrait of Lavinia by Titian.” Apollo 26 (Oct. 1937): 222–223.

“Review of Venetian Painters by Frank Jewett Mather, Jr.” Art Bulletin 19, no. 4 (Dec. 1937): 602–603.

“Review of Palma Vecchio by György Gombosi.” Art Bulletin 19, no. 4 (Dec. 1937): 604–605.

“Four Giorgionesque Panels.” Burlington Magazine 72, no. 418 (Jan. 1938): 32–34.

“A Giorgionesque Panel at Frankfort.” Burlington Magazine 72, no. 421 (Apr. 1938): 184–189.

“An Early Portrait by Andrea del Sarto.” Burlington Magazine 73, no. 428 (Nov. 1938): 190–193.

“Note on Review by Frank Jewitt Mather, Jr. of Giorgio da Castelfranco, Called Giorgione by G. M. Richter.” Art Bulletin 20, no. 4 (Dec. 1938): 443–444.

“A Mantegna Problem: New Madonna and Child Discovered.” Apollo 29 (Feb. 1939): 63–65.

“Christ Carrying the Cross by Giovanni Bellini.” Burlington Magazine 75, no. 438 (Sept. 1939): 94–97.

“Petrus Pictor and Alberto Sotio.” Journal of the Walters Art Gallery 3 (1940): 85–89.

“Four Giorgionesque Panels.” Burlington Magazine 77, no. 450 (Jan. 1940): 100.

“Rehabilitation of Fra Carnevale.” The Art Quarterly 3, no. 4 (Autumn 1940): 310–324.

“The New National Gallery of Art in Washington.” Burlington Magazine 78, no. 459 (June 1941): 174–183.

“Beginnings of Andrea del Castagno.” Art in America 29 (Oct. 1941): 176–199.

“Giorgione’s Evolution in Light of Recent Discoveries.” In Georges de Batz, Giorgione and His Circle. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, 1942, 8–22.

“Unknown Portrait by Paolo Veronese: Venetian Procurator.” Art in America 30 (Jan. 1942): 36–39.

“Letters to the Editor: Conrad Celtes and Kunz von der Rosen: Two Problems in Portrait Identification. Response by Erwin Panofsky.” Art Bulletin 24, no. 2 (June 1942): 199–201.

“Lost and Rediscovered Works by Giorgione.” Art in America 30 (July 1942): 211.

Andrea dal Castagno. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1943.

“Architectural Phantasies by Bramante.” Gazette des Beaux-Arts 6, no. 23 (Jan. 1943): 5–20.

“An Unknown Portrait by Cavazzola.” Burlington Magazine 82, no. 482 (May 1943): 121–124.

“The ‘Portrait of a Falcon’ by Gentile Bellini.” Burlington Magazine 82, no. 483 (June 1943): 152–155.
 

* Richter is sometimes indexed as Georg M. as well as George M. For a complete list of the published and unpublished writings of Richter, as well as volumes produced at his publishing house Phantasus Verlag, see Dirk Heisserer, Thomas Manns “Villino” in Feldafing am Starnberger See 1919–1923 (Munich, 2001), 255–263.