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Source: Melita Historica : Journal of the Malta historical Society. 4(1964)1(34-52)

[p.34] A Handlist of Writings on Art in Malta

Edward Sammut

The purpose of this list is to attempt to fill a gap which I know by personal experience to exist. Until quite recently, the lack of any complete bibliography of publications on Art in Malta had been attributable to the fact that such publications were practically non-existent. References to the works of local artists, or to those of foreigners who worked in Malta, are to be found in several of the more important Histories of these Islands; but they are mostly unreliable and even the most apparently simple statement can hardly ever be accepted at its face value.

The first serious attempt at a History of Maltese Art was made by Dr. Stefano Zerafa in 1850, with his “Discorso sulla Storia Artistica di Malta,” an inaugural address delivered at the University and published by Paolo Cumbo of Valletta the same year. This was followed in 1868 by Achille Ferris’s “Descrizione Storica delle Chiese di Malta e Gozo,” in 1881 by Calleja’s “Works of Art in The Churches of Malta,” translated into English by the Rev. C.A. Godwin and, finally, by Canon Caruana-Gatto’s “Malta Artistica Illustrata,” which only got as far as the first volume, “La Pittura,” published in 1905.

During the first two decades of this century, there was a sudden flowering of publications in various languages, mostly on the subject of Maltese archaeology. This was mainly due to the activity of Sir Themistocles Zammit, whose discovery and careful excavation of the Neolithic Temples at Tarxien paved the way for the numerous admirable books which have appeared during recent years. Finally, the period between the Wars was dominated by the work of Vincenzo Bonello who undertook, practically single-handed, the formidable task of delving through the thousands of manuscript volumes in the Archives of the Order of St. John, in search of new material. His writings on Maltese Art are numerous and carefully documented, and he has the further merit of having encouraged others to undertake similar work, including the present writer.

As in every other European country, the Second World War took a heavy toll of Maltese monuments and works of art, and the flood of literature on the subject appearing after 1945 may be partly an atonement for past neglect. At any rate, the need for an exhaustive index to writing on the subject has now become imperative, even if the result may be no more than to avoid repetition of errors and duplication of work.

The arrangement of this Bibliography was decided upon after some hesitation. Owing to their geographical position, the Maltese Islands have had to endure the domination of every successive Power aspiring to supremacy in the Mediterranean. Consequently, as the usual stylistic or even chronological divisions of Art history are largely inapplicable, the main list has been divided [p.35] into sections which correspond broadly to the principal local periods, i.e.: Prehistory, the Roman Empire, the Middle Ages which include successive dominations from Sicily, the Order of St. John and, finally, British Rule. These are preceded by a list of General Works, with sub-divisions for the major art monuments and collections, and are followed by a list of artists in alphabetical order, including a number of foreigners. As far as possible, only those publications which deal with the work of the latter in Malta have been listed. In order to fit local art into the general European structure a short list of works for comparative reference has also been given and it is to be hoped that this, at least, will be of some use to research students.

ABBREVIATIONS

A.M. Archivum Melitense, Valletta.
Arch.R. Architectural Review, London.
A.St.M. Archivio Storico di Malta, Roma.
A.D.M. Annuario della Diocesi di Malta, Valletta.
B.M.V. Bulletin of the Museum, Valletta.
H.M.S.O. His (Her) Majesty’s Stationery Office, London.
M.G.P.O. Malta Government Printing Office.
M.Hist. Melita Historica, Malta.
R.O.S.M.M. Revue (later Annales) de l’Ordre Souveraine Militaire de Malte, Rome.
Sc. Scientia, Malta.
S.T. of M. Sunday Times of Malta.
T. of M. The Times of Malta.

I GENERAL WORKS

a) Histories and Studies.

1.ABELA, Giovan Francesco e CIANTAR, Giovanni Antonio: “Malta illustrata, ovvero descrizione dell’isola del mare Siciliano,” 2 vol.; Malta, 1780.

2.BEDFORD, W.K.R.: “Malta and the Knights Hospitallers,”London, Seeley and Co. Ltd., 1903; pp. 80, ill. 80.

3.BLOUET, B.W.: “Malta,a Companion to the Landscape,” Malta, Progress Press Co. Ltd., 1963; pp. 136, ill. 25.

4.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “Malta,” in Enciclopedia Universale dell’Arte, Venezia-Roma, 1963; vol. VIII, col. 771-778.

5.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “Le Isole Maltesi,” in Guida d’Italia del T.C.I.; Milano, 1953; vol. 21, pp. 645-670.

6.BRAUN, Hugh: “An Introduction to Maltese Architecture”; Malta, in T. of M., 1944.

7.BRAUN, Hugh: “Works of Art in Malta:Losses and Survivals in the War”; London, H.M.S.O., 1946.

[p.36]8.CALLEJA, Giuseppe: “The Works of Art in the Churches of Malta”; transl. by the Rev. C.A. Godwin; Malta, L’Immacolata, 1881; pp. 206.

9.CARUANA-GATTO, Vincenzo: “Malta Artistica Illustrata: Parte Ia, Pittura”; Malta, Tip. Casa San Giuseppe, 1905.

10.CASTAGNA, Pietru-Pawl: “Storia ta Malta bil Gzejjer taghha”; Malta, 2nd ed., 1890.

11.DE HELLWALD, Ferdinand: “Bibliographie Méthodique de l’Ordre de St. Jean de Jerusalem”; Roma, tip. Propaganda Fide, 1885.

12.FARRUGIA, Mons. Giuseppe: “Ghawdex; bil Grajja tieghu”; 2 vol.; Malta, Stamperija tal Gvern, 1958.

13.FERRIS, Achille: “Descrizione Storica delle Chiese di Malta e Gozo”; Malta, tip. del “Malta,“ 1866.

14.GALEA, Robert V.: “Architecture in Malta”; in Sc., vol. VIII, pp. 99-107, 148-160; Malta, 1942.

15.GATT, Joseph E.: “Guide to Gozo”; Malta, Progress Press Co. Ltd., 1937: pp. 158. ill.107.

16.HOUEL, J.: “Voyage pittoresque des Iles de Sicile,de Malte et de Lipari”; 4 vol.; Paris, 1785-87.

17.LUKE, Sir Harry: “Malta,an Account and an Appreciation”; London, George G. Harrap & Co., 1949; pp. 208, ill. 60.

18.MIFSUD BONNICI, Robert: Diżżjunariu Bijo-Bibliografiku Nażżjonali”: Malta, Dip. tal Informazzioni, 1960 (in progress).

19.PARIBENI, Roberto: “Malta,Piccolo Paese dalla Grande Storia”; Bergamo, Ist. Italiano d‘Arti Grafiche, 1929: no. 140. ill. 148.

20.SAMMUT, Edward: “Notes for a History of Art in Malta”; Malta, Progress Press Co. Ltd., 1954; pp. 101, ill. 49.

21.ZERAFA, Stefano: “Discorso sulla Storia Artistica di Malta”; Valletta, per Paola Cumbo, 1850. pp. 86.

b) Cities and Monuments.

BIRKIRKARA

22.CARUANA, P. Anastasio: “Is-Santwarju u ix-xbiha Nkurunata ta’Marija SS. tal Herba”; Sta. Venera, Ebejer Press, 1940; pp. 112.

23.VELLA, Emanuel B.: “Storja ta Birkirkara”; Malta, Empire Press, 1934; pp. xv-505, ill. 21.

CHURCH OF ST.JOHN,Valletta.

24.BARTOLO, Sir Augustus: “St.John’s Church,Valletta”; in Malta and Gibraltar; London, Macmillan & Co., 1915.

25.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “La Chiesa di San Giovanni: qualche precisazione”; in A.D.M., Malta, Empire Press, 1934; pp. 11, ill. 6.

26.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “La Chiesa di San Giovanni”; in M.Hist., 1956; vol. 2, no. 1; pp. 48-54.

27.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “Qualche inedito sulla Cappella Ardente di San Giovanni”; in Malta, 16 Febbraio, 1939.

[p.37]28.BUTTIGIEG, Can. Paolo: “Xi haġia milli hemm f’San Gwann”; in Lehen-is-Sewwa, March, 1947 — February, 1949.

29.BUTTIGIEG, Can. Paolo: “Li-Storja tax-Xbiha Ghażiża u Mirakoluza tal Madonna ta Carafa”; Malta, Ghagda tal Qari Tajjeb, 1952; pp. 32, ill. 6.

30.CARUANA, Raffaele: “Collezione di monumenti e lapide sepolcrali dei Militi Gerosolimitani nella Chiesa di San Giovanni in Malta”; Malta, Lit. P.P. Caruana, 1838-40, 3 vol.

31.CAUCHI, John A.: “Two Lunettes in St. John’s”; in The Bulletin, 29th April, 1950.

32.COWPER, G.W.: “Guide to the Church of St.John”; Malta; Critien’s Press, 1939; pp. 42.

33.DARCEL, A.: “Rapport sur les Tapisseries de l’Eglise de St.Jean de Malte”; Malta, M.G.P.O., 1881.

34.FERRIS, Achillle: “Il Maggior Tempio di San Giovanni Battista in Malta”; tip. del Malta, 1900, pp. 138.

35.FORMOSA, Mons. ISIDORO: “Gli Arazzi Gobelins nella Concattedrale di San Giovanni in Malta”; Malta, L. Busuttil, 1903.

36.FYLER-TOWNSEND, Rev. George: “The Tourist’s Guide to the Church of St.John”; Valletta, 1908, pp. 56.

37.GALIZIA, Joseph S.: “Descriptive Guide to the Church of St.John the Baptist at Valletta”; Malta, Critien’s Library, 1895.

38.GUIFFREY, Jules: “Les Tapisseries de Malte”; in Gazette des Beaux Arts, 1904, t. 2.

39.HUGHES, J. Quentin: “The Genesis of St. John’s,Valletta,and a new interpretation of Bramante’s design for St.Peter’s,Rome”; M.Hist., vol. 2, no 1, 1956.

40.INGLOTT, Sir Ferdinand: “The Flemish Tapestries in the Church of the Grand Masters”; M.G.P.O., 1912.

41.JARRY, Madeleine: “Les Tentures du Nouveau Testament de l’Eglise St.Jean à Malte”; in Le Jardin des Arts, no. 41; Paris, March, 1958; pp. 329-338.

42.MICALLEF, Salvatore: “La Chiesa di San Giovanni Battista in Malta”; Malta, 1848, pp. 68.

43.SAMMUT, Edward: “The Co-Cathedral of St.John”; Malta, Progress Press Co. Ltd., 1950; pp. 70, ill. 28.

44.SAMMUT, Edward: “The Cappella Ardente of St. John’s Co-Cathedral and its Architect”; in A.O.S.M.M., année xxi, no, iii. p. 51-54, 1963.

45.SCICLUNA, Sir Hannibal: “The Church of St.John in Valletta”; Roma, Danesi, 1955; (bibliography of St. John’s).

MDINA (Notabile).

46.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “La Notabile,una città del silenzio a Malta”; in Le Vie del Mondo, Roma, anno VI, no. 6, 1938.

47.CARUANA, Antonio Annetto: “Monografia Critica della Cattedrale Apostolica di Malta”; Malta, Giov. Muscat, 1899.

[p.38]48.PULLICINO, Paolo: “Il Nuovo Coro della Chiesa Cattedrale di Malta”; Malta, Albion Press, 1877.

49.SAMMUT, Edward: “The Monuments of Mdina”; Malta, Progress Press Co. Ltd., 1960; pp. 48, ill. 20.

MOSTA.

50.HOWLING, G.T.: “Mosta Church of Malta”; in Arch, R., London; Jan. 1916, pp. 15-16.

51.SALOMONE, Rev. Edgar: “Mosta,its memories and charms”; Rochdale, The Orphans Press, 1910; pp. 28.

52.SALOMONE, Rev. Edgar: “Grognet confuta Fergusson”; Malta, Casa San Giuseppe, 1911; pp. 24.

53.SAMMUT, Edward: “First Centenary of Mosta Church”; T. of M., 22nd Aug., 1957.

54.SAMMUT, Edward: “George Grognet: First Centenary of Mosta Church”; in Lil Ħutna, no. 4, December, 1957.

55.VELLA, Emanuel B.: “Storja tal Mosta bil Knisja taghha”; Malta, Empire Press, 1930; pp. xiii-282.

PALACE of the GRAND MASTERS.

56.CAUCHI, John A.: “The Portrait of Louis XVI in the Palace,Valletta”; Sc., vol. XXVII, no. 4, pp. 171-172.

57.LAKING, Sir Guy F.: “A Catalogue of the Armour and Arms in the Armoury of the Knights of St.John of Jerusalem”; London, Bradbury, Agnew & Co., s.d. (1902).

58.LINTORN-SIMMONS, Blanche: “Description of the Governor’s Palaces in Malta”; M.G.P.O., 1895; pp. 228.

59.SAMMUT, Edward: “The Palace of the Grand Masters”; Malta, Progress Press Co. Ltd., 1951; pp. 87.

60.SAMMUT, Edward: “Wignacourt’s Armour:a little problem in Art”; S.T. of M., 20th January, 1957, ill. 37.

61.SAMMUT, Edward: “The Armoury of Valletta and a letter from Sir Guy Laking”; Sc. vol. XXV, no. 1, 1959.

PAWLA and TARXIEN.

62.VELLA, Emanuel B.: “Storja ta Hal Tarxien u Rahal Gdid”, Malta, Empire Press, 1932; pp. xvi-304, ill. 18.

VALLETTA.

63.ABERCROMBIE, Sir Patrick: “Valletta and the Three Cities:a review of the Town Planners’ Report”; T. of M., 26th April, 1947.

64.BLOUET, B.W.: “Valletta: 16th Century New Town”; T. of M., 23rd June, 1963.

65.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “Old Valletta”; B.M.V., vol, I, no. 4, Jan., 1934; pp. 159-164.

[p.39]66.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “Valletta”; in Enciclopedia Italiana, vol. XXXIV, pp. 932 segg.

67.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “Town Plan Criticized”; in The Bulletin, 27-28-29, January, 1948.

68.CAUCHI, John A.: “Some interesting pictures in two Valletta Churches”; The Malta Year Book, 1960; pp. 181-184.

68a.FIORINI, P. Bonaventura: “Il Convento e la Chiesa di San Francesco di Valletta (Malta), in Miscellanea Francescana, Roma, 57(1957) 112.

69.HARRISON, Austin St.B. and HUBBARD, R. Pearce S.: “Valletta and the Three Cities:a Report to accompany the Outline Plan”; Malta, 1945.

70.HOWLING, G.T.: “The Architecture of Valletta”; Arch.R., Jan. 1916, pp. 15-16.

71.MATRENZA, Richard: “The rise of a Noble City”; T. of M., 28rd June, 1958.

72.PRATT, Jean: “Valletta and its Architecture”; London, The Builder, 28 Feb. and 7 March, 1941, pp. 221, 248.

73.SAMMUT, Edward: “Victory Square and its Monuments”;T. of M., 27 August, 1949.

73a.SISI, Enrico: “Nascita di una citta:La Valletta”; in Urbanistica, Roma; no. 22, Luglio 1957;pp. 121-126, ill. 13.

74.ZAMMIT, Sir Themistocles: “Valletta, an historical sketch”; Malta, Empire Press, 1929; pp. 96-vi.

VITTORIOSA and ST.ANGELO.

75.BOWERMAN, H.G.: “The History of Fort St.Angelo”; Malta, Progress Press Co. Ltd., 1948; pp. 56.

76.DARMANIN, J.F.: “The Phoenico-Greco-Roman temple and the origin and development of Fort St. Angelo ”; Malta, Progress Press Co. Ltd., 1949; pp.

77.DARMANIN, J.F.: “The Buildings of the Order at H.M.Victualling Yard, Malta”; M.Hist., vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 66-72, 1957.

78.FARRUGIA, Can. John M.: “Irreparable Damage at Vittoriosa”; S.T. of M., 9, 28 and 30 March, 1941.

79.FARRUGIA, Can. John M.: “Il Kampnar tal Lunzjata tal Birgu”; in Il Berqa, 18 January, 1946.

ŻEBBUĠ.

80.S.S.C. (Sac. Salvatore Ciappara): “Storia del Zebbug e sua Parrocchia”; Malta, 1882.

ŻABBAR.

81.VELLA, Emanuel B.: “Haż-Żabbar bil Ġrajja tigħou”; Malta, Empire Press.

[p.40]82.ZARB, Don Giuseppe: “Is-Santwarju tal Madonna tal Grazzji”; Malta, Giov. Muscat, 1951; pp. 115.

c) Exhibitions and Collections.

83.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “New accessions to the Museum Art Section”; in B.M.V., vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 48-51.

84.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “La Madonna nell’Arte”; Malta, Lux Press, 1949; pp. 88, ill. 21.

85.BONELLO, Vincenzo and CAUCHI, John A.: “Pauline Centenary Exhibition:Sacred Art in Malta”; Malta, Empire Press, 1960; pp. 142, ill. 18.

86.BONNICI-CALI, Raphael: “The Cathedral Museum (Notabile-Malta)”; St. Joseph Institute, Hamrun, 1954; pp. 40.

87.XVIIth Century Masters; Exhibition at National Museum; Valletta, 1957. Catalogue by J.A. CAUCHI; pp. 8.

88.First Annual Modern Art Circle Exhibition. Hostel de Verdelin, Valletta, 1958. Catalogue.

89.Malta Society of Arts,Manufacture and Commerce:Centenary Art Exhibition. Valletta, 1952.

90.Maltese Art Exhibition at the British Institute; Valletta, 1946. Biographical Notes by C. ATTARD CASSAR.

91.Royal Opera House, Valletta: Exhibition of drawings and models for its reconstruction. Catalogue; Valletta, 1954.

92.“I Pittori Italiani a Malta:De Grada,Frisia,Paulucci”; Esposizione tenuta all’Istituto di Cultura Italiana; Valletta, 1932; pp. 86, ill. 12.

98.TRUMP, Donald H.: “National Museum of Malta; Archeological Section”; H. Sutherland Ltd., London, n.d. (1961); pp. 31, ill. 11.

94.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi: “Guide to the Valletta Museum”; Valletta, Empire Press, 1931 pp. 63, ill. 30.

95.ZARB, Don Gius.: “Żabbar Museum Guide”; Malta, Giov. Muscat, s.d.

II PREHISTORY

96.ADAMS, Andrew L.: “Notes of a Naturalist in the Nile Valley and Malta”; Edinburgh, Edmondston & Douglas, MDCCCLXX; pp. 295.

97.ASTLEY-DUKINFIELD, H.J.: “The Prehistoric Hypogeum at Halsaflieni Malta”; Journal of the British Archeol.Assoc., vol. xxi, p. 185.

98.BALDACCHINO, Joseph G.: “Punic Rock-cut tombs near Pawla,Malta”; in Papers of the British School at Rome; vol. xix, 1951.

99.BATTIAGLIA., Raffaele: “Le statue neolitiche Maltesi e l’ingrassamento”; in IPEK (Jahrbuch für Praehistorisches and Ethnographisches Kunst); 1927, p. 131.

100.BECKER, Erich: “Malta Sotterranea”; Strassbourg, Heitz, 1913; pp. 203.

101.CARUANA, Antonio Annetta: “Recent further excavations of the Megalithic Antiquities of Hagiar Qim”; Malta, 1886.

[p.41] 102.CESCHI, Carlo: “Architettura dei Templi Megalitici di Malta”; Roma, Fratelli Palombi, 1939.

103.BELLANTI, Paul F.: “Malta Kadima”; Malta, G. Muscat, 1918; pp. 96.

104.DE MANNEVILLE, Elisabeth : “La Préhistoire Méditerranéenne à Malte et les theories d’Ugolini”; in La Revue de l’Art Ancienne et Moderne, Paris, 1937; p. 85 segg.

105.DUCATI, Pericle: “La Civiltà di Malta prima des Fenici”; in Corriere della Sera, 15 febbraio, 1933.

106.DUCATI, Pericle: “Ricordi di lontanissimi tempi a Malta”; in Corriere della Sera, 14 marzo, 1933.

107.EVANS, John D.: “Malta” London, Thames and Hudson (1959); pp. 256, ill. 182; bibliography.

108.EVANS, John D.: “The Dolmens of Malta and the origins of the Tarxien Cemetery Culture”; in Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society; London; vol. xxii, 1956, pp. 85-101.

109.MAYR, Albrecht : “Die Insel Malta in Althertum”; Munich, 1910.

110.MAYR, Albrecht: “Die vorgeschichtlichen Denkmaler in Malta”; in Abhandlungen der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften; Ki. I, vol. xxi, 1902.

111.MURRAY, Margaret A.: “Corpus of the Bronze Age Pottery of Malta”; London, 1934; 3001.

112.PETRONI, G.: “Origini e tipologia delle costruzioni megalitiche di Malta”; in Rendiconti dell’Ist.Lombardo di Scienze e Lettere; LXV, 1932: p. 971 segg.

113.PIGGOTT, Stuart : “Magic Island-Sanctuaries of the Mediterranean”; in The Listener, 5th August, 1954.

114.TAGLIAFERRO, Napoleone: “Sulle sepolture preistoriche nelle caverne naturali di Malta”; in Rivista di Antropologia, 1912; vol. xvii, fasc. 2.

115.TAGLIAFERRO, Napoleone: “The Prehistoric Pottery found in the Hypogeum at Halsaflieni,Casal Paula,Malta”; in Annals of Archeology and Anthropology, Univ. of Liverpool, 1910.

116.TOPP, Celia: “Prehistoric Malta and Gozo”; Malta, Progress Press Co. Ltd., 1950; pp. 48. ill. 6.

117.UGOLINI, Luigi M.: “Malta.Origini della Civiltà Mediterranea”; Roma,La Libreria dello Stato. 1934.

118.UGOLINI, Luigi M.: “La Venere di Malta”: in Dedalo, Roma, 1931.

119.UGOLINI, Luigi M.: “La Dormiente di Malta”; in Dedalo, Roma, 1932.

120.UGOLINI, Luigi M.: “Le origini di Malta e della civiltà mediterranea”; in Nuova Antologia, Roma, 1 Ottobre, 1934.

121.VASSALLUO, Cesare: “Dei monumenti antichi del gruppo di Malta”; Malta, 1876.

122.WARD-PERKINS, J.B.: “Megalithic Temples of Malta”; in The Listener, 8 June, 1954.

128.WOOLNER, Diana: “Graffiti of Ships at Tarxien,Malta”; in Antiquity, 1957; pp. 60-67.

124.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi: “Ta Hajrat Megalithic ruins at Mjar”; in B.M.V., vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 5-25.

[p.42] 125.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi: “A Neolithic statuette from Tarxien” in B.M.V., vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 58-55.

126.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi: “Bronze Age artistry in Copper Circlets from Maltese rock-cut tombs”; in B.M.V., vol. 1, no. 4, pp. 145-155.

127.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi: “The Hal Tarxien Neolithic Temple,Malta”; in Archaeologia, vol. lxvii, pp. 127-144 and vol. lxviii, pp. 268-84.

128.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi: “Prehistoric Remains in Malta and Gozo”; in “Malta and Gibraltar”; Macmillan & Co., London, 1915.

129.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi: “The Temples of the Later Stone Age in Malta”; in Discovery, August 1922, pp. 202-206.

130.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi: “The Neolithic Temples of Hal Tarxien”; Malta, Empire Press, 1929; pp. 86, ill. 16.

131.ZAMMIT,, Sir Temi : “Prehistoric Malta:the Tarxien Temples”; Oxford University Press, 1930.

132.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi: “The Prehistoric remains of the Maltese Islands”; in Antiquity, London, March 1930; pp. 59-79.

133.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi: “The Neolithic Hypogeum at Halsaflieni”; Malta, Empire Press, 1935.

134.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi and SINGER, Charles: “Neolithic Representatives of the Human Form from the Islands of Malta and Gozo”; in Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, London, vol. LXV, Jan.-June, 1924; pp. 67-100, Pl. V-XX.

III ROMAN AND EARLY CHRISTIAN PERIOD

135.ASHBY, Thomas.: “Roman Malta”; in Journal of Roman Studies, 1915; vol. IV, pp. 28-80.

136.BONNICI-CALI, Raphael: “Il Madonna tal Melleha”; Malta, Lotus Printing Office, 1946.

137.BONNICI-CALI, Raphael: “Our Lady of Melleha (Malta)”; Progress Press Co. Ltd., 1952; pp. 64, ill. 17.

138.BONNICI-CALI, Raphael: “St.Luke’s Madonnas in Malta”; Sc. vol. XV, no. 8, 1949.

139.CARUANA, Antonio Annetto: “Ancient Pottery from the Ancient Pagan tombs and Christian Cemeteries in Malta”; in M.G.P.O., 1899; pp. 57, ill. by G. Cali.

140.CARUANA, Antonio Annetto: “The Crypt of St.Agatha”; in M.G.P.O., 1899; pp. in 18, ill 11.

141.CORTIS, Don Carlo: “Il Santuario e la Madonna tal Mellieha”; Malta Giov. Muscat, 1921; pp. 68.

142.DUCATI, Pericle: “Orme di Roma a Malta”; in Corriere della Sera, 21 marzo, 1933.

148.FERRUA, Antonio: “Le Catacombe di Malta”; in La Civiltà Cattolica, Roma, 1949.

144.PSAILA, C.: “Avanzi Archeologici della primitiva comunità cristiana Maltese”; in A.D.M., 1933; pp. 267-274.

[p.43] 145.SESTIERI, P.C.: “Sculture Maltesi”; in A.St.M., Roma, 1939; Anno X, fasc. II e III, pp. 153-168, e Anno XI, fasc. I.

146.ZAMMIT, Charles: “I triclini funebri nelle catacombe di Malta”; in A.D.M., 1934; pp. 129 segg.

147.ZAMMIT, Charles: “The Tal-Bistra Catacombs”; in B.M.V., vol. 1, no. 5, pp. 165-187; Feb. 1935.

148.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi: “Roman Villa and Thermae at Ghaintuffieha in Malta”; in B.M.V., vol. 1, no. 2, October, 1930; pp. 56-64.

149.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi: “The Maltese rock-cut tombs of the late pre-Christian type”; in B.M.V., vol. 1, no. 3; Nov. 1981; pp. 108-131.

150.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi: “An early Christian rock-cut tomb on the Hal-Resqun bridle-road near Gudia”; in B.M.V., vol. 1, no. 5, pp. 189-195.

151.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi: “St.Paul’s Catacombs”; Malta, Empire Press, 1926.

152.ZAMMIT, Sir Temi: “The Roman Villa Museum”; Malta; Empire Press, 1930.

IV THE MIDDLE AGES

153.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “Per la storia del quadro della Damascene”; in Malta, 23 ottobre, 1931.

154.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “La Chiesa Siculo-Bizantina di San Ciro”; in Malta, 18 dicembre, 1937.

155.CASSAR, Paul and CAMILLERI, Rev. Victor: “Remains of a late Mediaeval church at Rabat,Malta”; in M.Hist., 1962; vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 65-69.

156.CHETTA-SCHIRO’, Papas Francesco: “Memorie su le Chiese ed il Rito Greco in Malta”; Valletta, tip. del Malta; 1930; pp. 132, ill. 8.

156a.FIORINI, P. Bonaventura: “Il Convento di S.Francesco in Rabat (Malta) dei’Frati Minori Conventuali”; in M.Hist., 1962; pp. 1-4.

157.GALEA, Joseph: “Santa Marija ta Bir Miftuh,Gudia”; Malta, Lux Press, 1946.

158.GALEA, Joseph: “Storja tal-Knisja ta San Mark u tal Kunvent tal Agostinjani tar-Rabat”; Malta, Progress Press Co. Ltd., 1957.

159.WARD-PERKINS, J.B.: “Mediaeval and Early Renaissance Architecture in Malta”; in The Antiquaries Journal, October, 1942.

V THE KNIGHTS OF ST. JOHN

160.ABERCROMBIE, Sir Patrick: “Maltese Baroque”; in The Architect, 13th August, 1943, pp. 101-5.

161.ABERCROMBIE, Sir Patrick: “Maltese Architecture”; in The Builder, 6th August, 1943, pp. 107-8.

162.ACCASCINA, Maria: “Artisti Siciliani a Malta”; in Giornale di Sicilia, 21 aprile, 1939.

163.ANON.: “I pregi delle Belle Arti celebrate in Campidoglio”; li 2 gennaio, 1783; Roma, 1783.

164.ANON.:“Cenni biografici su Stefano e Sebastiano Ittar”; Palermo, 1881.

[p.44]165.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “Il ninfeo nel giardino di d’Omedes”; in Malta, 1 luglio, 1939.

166.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “Il primo architetto dell’Ordine a Malta”; in M.Hist., 1952; vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 8-6.

167.COLLURA, Paolo: “La difesa militare di Malta nel secolo XVI”; in A.St.M., Roma, 1940.

168.COOK, Ann Joyce: “The architectural work of the Order of St.John of Jerusalem in Malta”; London, Jordan-Gaskell Ltd. n.d.

169.CREMONA, Anthony: “L’Ospizju tal Furjana u l’Erwieh ta Wied Ghammieq”; Malta, Dept. of Information, 1959; pp. 25, ill. 9.

170.CROCKER, H.E.: “History of the Fortifications of Malta”; in Daily Malta Chronicle Office, 1920.

171.DARMANIN-DEMAJO, Giuseppe: “La Chiesa di Santa Barbara e la Confraternità dei Bombardieri”; in A.St.M., vol. VIII, no. 2.

172.DARMANIN-DEMAJO, Giuseppe: “Memorie Storiche delle Albergie dei Cavalieri Francesi dell’Ordine Militare di San Giovanni; 1. l’Albergia di Provenza”; Malta, A.M., vol. VIII, pp. 51-65.

173.DENARO, Victor F.: “Houses in Merchants Street,Valletta”; in M.Hist., vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 158-171.

174.DENARO, Victor F.: “Houses in Kingsway and Bakery Street,Valletta”; in M.Hist., vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 201-215.

175.FERRIS, Achille: “Memorie dell’Inclito Ordine Gerosolimitano esistenti nelle Isole di Malta”; Malta, tip. Busuttil, 1881. ill. 424.

175a.FIORINI P.B.: “Le relazioni tra l’Ordine del Frati Minori Conventuali di Malta e l’Ordine Gerosolimitano, in M.Hist.; 1958, 68n.

176.FLEMING, John: “Malta,Naval Base of the Baroque”; in Arch.R., London, June, 1946.

177.FLOWER, A.W.: “Notes on Renaissance Architecture in Malta”; in Journal of R.I.B.A., vol. V, no. 2, November, 1897.

178.FRENDO-RANDOM, Rosario: “The Auberge de France”; in T. of M., 3rd January, 1946.

179.GALEA, Fr. Paul: “The Bastions across the Harbour”; in S.T. of M., 3rd June-1st July, 1956.

180.GALEA, Fr. Paul: “Floriana”; in S.T. of M., 3th July, 1956.

181.HUGHES, J. Quentin: “The Building of Malta during the period of the Knights of St.John of Jerusalem, 1580-1795”; London, Alec Tiranti Ltd., 1956; pp. viii-242, ill. 332.

182.HUGHES, J. Quentin: “The influence of Italian Mannerism upon Maltese Architecture”; in M.Hist., vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 104-110.

183.JOSEPHUS: “Il fortizzi ta Ghawdex”; in Ghawdex, April, 1946.

184.LINDSAY, Vera and SOUTHERN, Richard: “Reports on the Manoel Theatre”; in M.G.P.O., 1957; pp. 20.

185.MIFSUD, Mons. Alfredo: “La Milizia e le Torri Antiche in Malta”; in A.M., 1920; vol. no. 2, pp. 55-100.

186.SAMMUT, Edward: “San Pawl il Bahar:historic church destroyed”; in S.T. of M., 22nd March, 1942.

[p.45]187.SAMMUT, Edward: “A link with the Stuarts in 18th Century Rome”; in S.T. of M., 29th July, 1946.

188.SAMMUT, Edward: “The Church of Our Lady della Pietà”; in T. of M., 18th July, 1950.

189.SAMMUT, Edward: “Maltese Artists in Rome:18th Century prize-winners”; 3rd April, 1951.

190.SCICLUNA, Sir Hannibal: “The Buildings and Fortifications of Valletta”; in Malta and Gibraltar; London, Macmillan & Co., 1915.

191.SCICLUNA, Sir Hannibal: “Notes on the Admiralty House,Valletta”; in A.M., vol. IX, pp. 57-72, 1933.

192.TENCAIOLI, Oreste Ferdinando: “Artisti Maltesi a Roma dal secolo XVI ad oggi”; in A.St.M., Roma, 1936; pp. 334-340.

193.TREGELLAS, Walter H.: “Historical Sketch of the Defences of Malta”; in Journal of the R.Engineers Inst., vol. III, no. 10, pp. 185-211, 1879.

194.WILKINSON, Robert J.L.: “The Auberge de Provence and the Malta Union Club”; Malta, 1848.

VI THE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES

195.ANON.: "Notizia biografica-necrologica di Giorgio Pullicino, pittore architetto"; Malta, 1842.

196.ANON.: "The Protestant Church of St. Paul at Valletta"; in The Malta Penny Magazine, 9th November, 1889; pp. 88-84.

197.BONELLO, Vincenzo: "Maltese water colours by A. du Cros and D. Roberts"; in B.M.V.; vol. 1, no. 2, October 1982; pp. 95-100.

198.BONELLO, Vincenzo: "Maltese water colours by Edward Lear and H. de Chacaton"; in B.M.V., vol. 1, no. 8; pp. 189-144.

199.BONNICI-CALI, Raphael : "Monsignor Francis Xavier Caruana, Maecenas of Fine Arts"; in Scientia, vol. XIV, I, 1948.

200.CALLEJA, Giuseppe : "Michele Busuttil"; in Malta Letteraria, anno II, no. 14.

201.CALLEJA, Giuseppe : "Il pittore Vincenzo Hyzler"; in Malta Letteraria, anno III, no. 21.

202.CARUANA, Raphael : "Periodical publication of original drawings"; Malta, Tonna Bianchi & Co., 1848.

203.COLVIN, H.M.: "Victorian Malta"; in Arch.R., London, June, 1946.

204.CREMONA, Giovanni : "Coltellate di Colon"; in La Brigata, Malta; Anno IV, no. 12, 1986.

205.DARMANIN, J.F :' "The British Naval Hospitals at Malta with particular reference to Bighi, and the adjacent Church ofSt."Salvatore" in A.M., vol. X, no. 4, pp. 158-188.

205a.FIORILN!I, P.B.: "La Chiesa ed it Convento di San Paolo a Mare dei Frati Minori Conventuali, in Mel. Hist., Malta 1961, 14.

206.OVIDI, Ernesto: "Tommaso Minardi e la sua Scuola"; Roma, Pietro Rebecca, 1902.

207.SAMMUT, Edoardo : "Pro f ili di Artisti Maltesi"; Malta, Lux Press, 1987; pp. 68, ill. 28.

[p.46]208.SAMMUT, Edoardo: “Il Maestro degli Artisti Maltesi a Roma:Carlo Siviero e la sua Mostra”; in Malta, 4 aprile, 1940.

209.SIMPSON, Donald H.: “Some Public Monuments of Valletta”; in M.Hist., vol. 2, no. 2-8, pp. 78-87, 150-157.

VII ARTISTS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

APAP, V. and W.

210.ATTARD-CASSAR, C.: “Vincent Apap”; in Bulletin of the Malta Cultural Institute; no. 84, May, 1955.

211.Exhibition by V.and W.Apap at the Commonwealth Institute, London, November, 1960. Catalogue; So.Gra.Ro., Roma.

212.Exhibition by V.and W.Apap at Grabowski Gallery, London; 3-27 January, 1962. Introduction by G.S. WHTTET; Catalogue by Progress Press Co. Ltd., Malta.

213.Exhibition by W.Apap at Galleria Cover, Torino, 16-80 November, 1962. Catalogue; introduction by V. MARIANI.

214.F.E.H.: “The Apap Exhibition at the Commonwealth Institute”; in West London Observer, 25 November, 1960.

215.“Joint Exhibition in London by two Maltese Brothers”; Malta, the C.O.I.Review, 14 December, 1960.

216.“Joint Exhibition of Sculpture and Painting by the Apap Brothers”; in T. of M., 3rd January, 1961.

217.“Lord Beaverbrook comes to Fredericton”; in The Atlantic Advocate, Fredericton, N. Brunswick, Canada: October, 1957, pp. 38-89.

218.Mostra Personale di William Apap; Galleria di Roma, 19 luglio-19 agosto, 1945. Introduzione di MICHELE BIANCALE; Catalogo, Ist. Grafico Tiberino.

219. PUDNEY, John: “My head by Apap — in a day”; in Illustrated, London, 14th May, 1955.

220.SAMMUT, Edoardo: “Vincenzo Apap,scultore”; in La Brigata, Malta, anno IV, no. 11, 1936.

221.SAMMUT, Edward: “The Art of William Apap”; in S.T. of M., 29th September, 1957.

222.SCRUTATOR: “Sculptor of Royalty:Apap’s contribution to Art”; in T. of M., 26th January, 1963.

223.WHITTET, G.S.: “London Commentary”; in Studio, London; April, 1961, pp. 140-141.

BORG.

224.SAMMUT, Edoardo: “Giorgio Borg,scultore; La Brigata, Malta, anno IV, no. 8; gennaio, 1936.

225.SAMMUT, Edoardo: “Scultura maltese:Giorgio Borg”; Il Meridiano di Roma, 24 marzo, 1940.

[p.47] CALI’.

226.BONNICI-CALI’, Raphael: “Giuseppe Calì:Centenary Exhibition Catalogue”; Malta, Empire Press, 1946; pp. 48, ill. 10.

227.DIMECH, P. Ilario: “Le Pitture di Giuseppe Calì nelle Chiese dei Minori Conventuali di Malta”; Malta, Giov. Muscat, 1940.

CARAVAGGIO.

228.ASHFORD, Faith: “Caravaggio’s stay in Malta”; London, The Burlington Magazine; 1935.

229.BRANDI, Cesare: “Relazione sulle pitture murali di Mattia Preti e sulla Decollazione del Battista del Caravaggio nella Chiesa di San Giovanni a La Valletta”; Roma, Istituto Centrale del Restauro, 1952.

230.CARITA’, Roberto: “I restauri delle pitture del Caravaggio e del Preti a Malta”; Roma, Bollettino dell’Istituto Centrale del Restauro, no. 29-80, 1957.

231.CAUCHI, John A.: “Caravaggio Exhibition”; Valletta, M.G.P.O., 1957.

232.DEMAJO, Paul: “Caravaggio”; Malta, Dept. of Information, 1959; pp. 36, ill. 12.

233.MAINDRON, M.: “Le Portrait du Grand Maître Alof de Wignacourt au Musée du Louvre”; in Revue de l’Art ancien et moderne; 1908, pp. 241 segg.

234.MARIANI, Valerio: “Malta,Caravaggio e Mattia Preti”; in Le Arti, 1939-40, pp. 305-307.

235.SAMMUT, Edward: “The Return of a Masterpiece:Caravaggio’s Be-heading of St.John”; in S.T. of M., 4 November, 1945.

236.SAMMUT, Edward: “Caravaggio in Malta”; in Scientia, vol. XV, no. 2, 4 April, 1949.

237.SAMMUT, Edward: “Caravaggio in Malta”; Malta, Progress Press Co., Ltd., 1951.

238.SAMMUT, Edward: “The Caravaggio Story”; in T. of M., 11 August, 1955.

239.SAMMUT, Edward: “Restoration of Paintings in St.John’s:the master-pieces by Caravaggio”; in T. of M., 6-7 March, 1958.

240.SAMMUT, Edward: “Adventures of a Masterpiece”; in R.O.S.M.M., année XX, no. 1, pp. 27-81; Janviers-Mars, 1962.

CASSAR,G. and V.

241.SAMMUT, Edward: “Fra Vittorio Cassar,Arkitett u Inginjer ta l’Ordni ta Malta”; in Ghawdex, June, 1945.

CREMONA.

242.Exhibition of Paintings by Emanuel Vincent Cremona; British Institute, Valletta, 1948; Catalogue by E. SAMMUT.

243.Exhibition of Paintings by E.V.Cremona; Hotel Phoenicia, Malta, 1951; Catalogue by E. SAMMUT.

244. SOLER, J.A.: “Malta (E.V. Cremona)”; The Studio, London, August, 1953.

[p.48]245.PELLEGRINI, V.M.: “Emanuel Vincent Cremona:a biographical sketch”; Malta, ediz. L’Isola, 1961; pp. 26, ill. 5.

FAVRAY.

246.BERNARDY, Amy A.: “Antoine de Favray,pittore e Cavaliere di Malta”; in A.St.M., Roma, 1936, anno VIII, pp. 58-64.

247.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “Antoine de Favray”; in Enciclopedia Italiana, vol. XIV, pp. 915-16.

248.SAMMUT, Edward: “Neglected Masterpieces”; in T. of M., 4 October, 1946.

249.VOLLMER, H.: “Antoine de Favray”; in Thieme-Becker,Kunstlerlexikon, Seemann, Leipzig, 1915, vol. IX.

FLORIANI.

250.CLAUSETTI, Enrico: “Pietro Paolo Floriani,ingegnere militare, 1585-1638”; in Palladio, 1939, vol. III, no. 1.

251.SPADONI, Domenico: “Nei centenario dell’architetto delle Floriane”; in A.St.M., anno X, fazc. 1, pp. 48-52; 1939.

GAFA’.

252.FLEMING, John: “A Note on Melchiorre Caffà”; in The Burlington Magazine, April, 1947; pp. 85-89.

253.MORPURGO, Enrico: “Il Battesimo di Cristo nell’Ospedale di Pirano”; in Dedalo, dicembre, 1924.

254.NAVA-CELLINI, Antonia: “Contributi a Melchiorre Caffà”; Paragone, Firenze, 1956; anno VII, vol. 83, pp. 17-31.

255.NEBBIA, Ugo: “Melchiorre Caffà”; Enciclopedia Italiana, vol. VIII, p. 250.

256.OZZOLA, Leandro: “Il Battesimo di Cristo di Melchiorre Gafà a Malta”; in Dedalo, 1926-27.

257.PASCOLI, Lione: “Vite de’Pittori,scultori ed architetti moderni”; Roma, 1730, vol. I, p. 256.

258.POLLAK, Oscar: “Melchiorre Caffà”; in Thieme-Becker,Kunstler-Lexikon, Seemann, Leipzig, 1911, vol. V.

259.SAMMUT, Edward: “Melchior Gafà,Maltese sculptor of the Baroque”; Sc., 1957, vol. XXIII, no. 8.

260.SAMMUT, Edward: “A Bozzetto by Melchior Gafà for the Church of St.John,Valletta”; in A.O.S.M.M., Juillet-Septembre, 1960, année VIII, no. 3.

261.WITTKOWER, Rodolf: “Eine Bronzegruppe des Melchiorre Caffà”; in Zeitschrift für Bildende Kunst; 1928-29, pp. 227-231.

262.WITTKOWER, Rodolf: “Melchiorre Cafà’s bust of Alexander VII”; in The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, New York; April, 1959.

LAPARELLI.

263.CHIARI, Alberto: “Un Italiano a Malta nel 1500”; in Giornale di Politico e di Letteratura; 1937, sett-ott., pp. 421-424.

263a. DE VENUTI, Filippo: “Vita del Capitano Francesco Laparelli da Cortona”; Livorno, tip. Gio. Paolo Fantechi, 1761.

264.OCCHINI, Pier Ludovico: “Un grande Italiano del ’500: Francesco Laparelli a Malta”; Arezzo, Deputaz. di Storia Patria per la Toscana, 1937.

PISANI.

265.Lazzaro Pisani (1854-1982): a commemorative exhibition of his works. Catalogue by V.M. PELLEGRINI; Malta, Giov. Muscat, 1960.

PRECA.

266.Exhibition of Paintings by Prof.George Preca. Catalogue by J.J. Cremona; Valletta, 1938.

267.SAMMUT, Edoardo: “Giorgio Preca,pittore”; Malta, La Brigata, 1936; vol. IV, no. 9

268.SAMMUT, Edoardo: “Pittura Maltese:Giorgio Preca”; Il Meridiano di Roma, 1940, 24 marzo.

PRETI.

269.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “Intorno ad un Capolavoro del Preti”; in Malta Letteraria, 1911, pp. 216-219.

270.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “I restauri della volta pretiana in San Giovanni”; in A.M., vol. VIII, pp. 61-69 (1928).

271.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “Il ritorno d’un quadro di Mattia Preti”; in Malta Letteraria, Aprile, 1912.

272.BONELLO, Vincenzo: “Mattia Preti architetto”; in Brutium, Reggio-Calabria; anno XLII, no. 2, 1963.

273.CAUCHI, John A.: “Mattia Preti: wirja ta fotografiji tax-xogħolijet tigħou f’Malta”; Malta, Istitut Kattoliku, 1962.

274.CHIMIRRI, B. e FRANGIPANE, A.: “Mattia Preti detto il Cavalier Calabrese”; Milano, Alfieri e Lacroix, 1914.

275.DE DOMINICIS, Bernardo: “Notizie della vita del Cavalier Fra Mattia Preti”; Malta, 1864 (2da edit.), tip. Micallef.

276.FRANGIPANE, Alfonso: “Mattia Preti il Cavalier Calabrese”; Milano, ediz. Alpes, 1929.

277.MARIANI, Valerio: “Mattia Preti a Malta”; Roma, Biblioteca d’Arte Editrice, 1929.

278.MARIANI, Valerio: “Disegni sconosciuti di Mania Preti”; in l’Arte, Novembre, 1928; anno XXXI,, fasc. V-VI.

279.PUJIA, Mons. Carmelo: “Fra Mattia Preti nel III° suo centenario”; Napoli, tip. Artigianelli (1913).

280.RUFFO, A.: “Lettere e quadri di Mattia Preti per la Galleria Ruffo”; in Archivio Storico Calabrese, gennaio, 1914.

281.SAMMUT, Edward: “Restoration of Paintings in St.John’s:Part two”; in T. of M., 7th March, 1958.

[p.50] SCIORTINO.

282.Exhibition of Sculpture by Antonio Sciortino; Catalogue, Malta, 1947; pp. ……

283.WHITTET, G.S.: “Antonio Sciortino,sculptor of Malta”; in The Studio, Jan. 1949, pp. 24-5.

284.E.S.: “The Sciortino Exhibition”; in T. of M., 19th July, 1947.

COMPARATIVE REFERENCE

285.ARATA, Giulio: “L’Architettura Arabo-Normanna ed Rinascitnento in Sicilia”; Milano, Bestetti e Tumminelli, 1914.

286.AGNELLO, Giuseppe: “L’Architettura Sveva in Sicilia”; Roma, Collezione Meridionale Editrice, 1935.

287.AGNELLO, Giuseppe e Santi: “Siracusa Barocca”; Caltanissetta, Salv. Sciascia Editore, 1961.

288.BREA, Luigi Bernabo: “Sicily before the Greeks”; London, Thames and Hudson, 1957.

289.CALANDRA, Enrico: “Breve Storia dell’Architettura in Sicilia”; Bari, Laterza, 1938.

290.DANIEL, G.E.: “The Megalith Builders of Western Europe”; London, 1958.

291.DELOGU, Giuseppe: “La Pittura Italiana del Seicento”; Firenze, N.E.M.I., 1931.

292.FICHERA, Francesco: “G.B.Vaccarini e l’Architettura del Settecento in Sicilia”; Roma, R. Accademia d’Italia, 1934.

293.FRIEDLANDER, Walter: “Caravaggio Studies”; Princeton University Press, 1955.

294.GOLZIO, Vincenzo: “Il Seicento e Settecento”; Storia dell’Arte Classica e Italiana, vol. IV; Torino, U.T.E.T., 1950.

295.LUDOVICI, Sergio: “Vita del Caravaggio dalle testimonianze del suo tempo”; Milano, ediz. del Milione, 1956.

296.MISSIRINI, Melchior: “Memoria per servire alla storia della Reale Accademia di San Luca fino alla morte di Antonio Canova”; Roma, De Romanis, 1823.

297.PEVSNER, Nicolaus: “An outline of European Architecture”; Penguin Rooks Ltd., 1960.

298.TOY, Sidney: “A history of Fortifications from 3000 B.C.to A.D. 1700”; William Heinemann Ltd., 1955.

299.VIOLLET-LE-DUC, S.: “An essay on the Military Architecture of the Middle Ages”; Trans. by M. Macdermott; Oxford and London, J.H. and J. Parker, 1860.

300.WITTKOWER, Rodolf: “Art and Architecture in Italy, 1600 to 1750”; Penguin History of Art, 1958.

[p.51] INDEX TO ARTISTS

(s. = sculptor, p. = painter, a. = architect)

Apap, Vincent s., 18, 90, 207, 210-212, 214-217, 219, 220, 222, 223.

Apap, William p., 18, 90, 208, 211, 212, 216, 218, 221, 223.

Arcidiacono, Giuseppe p., 18, 90, 207.

Arena, Giuseppe p., 18, 90, 207.

Arnaud, Enrico p., 18, 84.

Attard, Giovanni, a., 18, 181.

Barbara, Giovanni a., 6, 18, 20, 181.

Barry, Edward M. a., 73, 91.

Barthet, Esprit p., 18, 90.

Bellanti, Michele p., 18, 49, 84, 85.

Bonavia, Giuseppe a., 18, 20.

Bonnici, Giuseppe a., 18, 20, 181.

Borg, Giorgio s., 18, 90, 207, 224, 225.

Buonamici, Francesco a., 20, 181.

Busuttil, Michele p., 10, 184, 163, 189, 200.

Busuttil, Salvatore p., 18, 84, 192.

Cachia, Domenico a., 18, 20, 73, 181.

Caffaro Rore, Mario p., 49, 84.

Calì, Giuseppe p., 20, 84, 226, 227.

Caravaggio, Michelangelo da p., 20, 43, 60, 61,668, 85, 228-240.

Caruana Dingli, Edward p., 18, 90.

Cassar, Girolamo a., 6, 20, 30, 59, 181, 241.

Cassar, Vittorio a., 6, 20, 23, 181, 241.

Cortis, Ignazio p., 84, 270.

Cremona, Emanuel V. p., 90, 242-245.

Dimech, Vincenzo s., 20.

Dingli, Tommaso a., 6, 20, 181.

Erardi, Stefano p., 20, 43.

Favray, Antoine p., 20, 84, 85, 246-249.

Ferramolino, Antonio a., 181.

Finson, Louis p.; 68, 85.

Firenzuola da, Vincenzo Maculano a., 179, 181.

Flavari, Niccolo a., 20, 166.

Floriani, Pietro Paolo a., 179-181, 250, 251.

Gafà, Lorenzo a., 6, 20, 49, 181, 272.

Gafà, Melchiorre s., 20, 25, 43, 85, 252-262.

Gagini, Antonello s., 25, 49, 85.

[p.52]Galizia, Emanuele a., 20.

Genga, Bartolomeo a., 181.

Gerada, Mariano s., 20.

Grech, Giuseppe p., 20, 163, 189.

Grognet, George a., 20, 50-55, 187.

Hyzler, Vincenzo p., 20.

Inglott, Antoine p., 84, 90.

Ittar, Stefano a., 20, 164, 181.

Laparelli, Francesco a., 20, 73a, 84, 181, 263, 263a, 264.

Lozet, Nicholas p., 68, 85.

Mangion, Carmelo p., 90, 204.

Manno, Vincenzo p., 5, 49.

Mazzuoli, Giuseppe s., 25, 43, 259, 261.

Paladini, Filippo p., 20, 84.

Perez de Alesio, Mateo p., 43, 59.

Pisani, Lazzaro p., 84, 265.

Preca, Giorgio p., 90, 207, 266-268.

Preite, Joannes de lo p., 68.

Preti, Mattia p., 20, 26, 43, 68, 84, 85, 87, 229, 280, 284, 269-281.

Pullicino, Giorgio p., 4, 195.

Ribera, Giuseppe p., 59, 85, 87.

Saliba, Antonello da p., 49, 84.

Salvo d’Antonio p., 46, 49, 84.

Sciortino, Antonio s., 20, 282-284.

Soldani, Massimiliano s., 43, 45, 181.

Spada, Lionello p., 59-61, 84, 186.

Stomier, Mathias p., 87.

Valenti, Giuseppe s., 49.

Valperga, Maurizio a., 179, 181.

Vassallo, Andrea a., 20.

Zahra, Francesco p., 8, 13, 20, 84, 85.