Michelangelo Resources & Further Study

Elizabeth Ripley
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Allen, Agnes. The Story of Michelangelo.

New York: Roy Co., 1957. This biography for young readers offers more detail than does Ripley's.

Buell, Ellen L. "The Titan." New York Times Book Review (March 14, 1954): 24. A capsule review of Ripley's Michelangelo.

Coughlan, Robert. The World of Michelangelo, 1475-1564. Time-Life Library of Art Series. New York: Time, 1966. A useful substantive background study for high school students and teachers.

Day, Ronald. "Recent Children's Books in the Field of Art." Horn Book 30 (October 1954): 343-358. Ripley's Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci are briefly reviewed.

Hibbard, Howard. Michelangelo. New York: Harper & Row, 1974. Intended as the first popular biography of Michelangelo, this book is accessible and thoroughly illustrated.

Salmi, Mario, et al. The Complete Work of Michelangelo. New York: Reynal, 1966. Thorough and comprehensive, this book features chapters by different authorities on different aspects of Michelangelo's work. Includes many detail photographs, most in black and white.

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