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Ruling Style of Philip II

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Comprehensive Bibliography

The Ruling Style of Philip II

Primary Sources:

Aldana, Francisco and Alix Ingber, trans. “Soneto XXX.” Golden Age Sonnets. http://sonnets.spanish.sbc.edu/ (accessed October 8, 2010).

Anguissola, Sofinisba. 1565. Philip II of Spain. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org. ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/library/secure/ViewImages?id=%2FThWdC8hIywtPygxFTx5RngtU3Iqelg%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 21, 2010).

Coello, Alonso Sanchez. 1568. Philip II of Spain. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org .ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/library/secure/ViewImages?id=%2FThWdC8hIywtPygxFTx5RnguXX0icl4%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 25, 2010).

daTrezzo, Jacopo Nizzola. 1555. Philip II, 1527-1598, King of Spain 1556. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org.ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/library/secure/ViewImages?id=8D5JcisyMyMlLDQ0Y1N7R3sqXnktcVF%2B&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 27, 2010).

DeVega, Lope and Gwynne Edwards, trans. Punishment Without Revenge in Three Major Plays. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008.

El Greco. 1577-1579. Adoration of the Name of Jesus: The Dream of Felipe II. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org.ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/library/secure/ViewImages?id= %2FThWdC8hIywtPygxFTx5TnkgXn4pfw%3D%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 27, 2010).

Escorial, View of the Exterior. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org.ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/library/secure/ViewImages?id=4iFCeTg4NCciJy8laCt2KngqXXgqdVJ6fCo%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams=

Hacken, Richard. Letters of Philip II, King of Spain: 1592-1597. http://lib.byu.edu/dlib/phil2/ (accessed September 24, 2010).

Herrera, Fernando and Alix Ingber, trans. “Sonnets.” Golden Age Sonnets. http://sonnets.spanish.sbc.edu/ (accessed October 8, 2010).

Leoni, Pompeo. 1556-1560. King Philip II of Spain, detail of the head, three-quarter view. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org.ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/library/secure/ ViewImages?id=%2FThWdC8hIywtPygxFTx5RnguXX4qeFM%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 26, 2010).

Rubens, Peter Paul. 1628. Equestrian Portrait of Philip II. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library. artstor.org.ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/library/secure/ViewImages?id=4iFCeTg4NCciJy8laCt2KngqXXgqdVN8fiI%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 20, 2010).

Spanich, Tiburcio. 1595. Citadel and Parade Ground: Built on the order of King Philip II. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org.ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/library/secure/View Images?id=8CNaaSQwKSw0NzU8dSUURXorXHwoflJ8dQ%3D%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (Accessed September 27, 2010).

Titian. 1548. Philip II in Armor. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org.ezproxy.umw. edu:2048/library/secure/ViewImages?id=%2FThWdC8hIywtPygxFTx5RngoXHsufVs%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 25, 2010).

——. 1573-1575. King Philip (Felipe) II offering his son Prince Ferdinand to God after the victory of Lepanto. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org.ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/ library/secure/ViewImages?id=%2FThWdC8hIywtPygxFTx5RngoXHsvflM%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 25, 2010).

Secondary Sources:

Boyden, James M. The Courtier and the King: Ruy Gómez de Silva, Philip II, and the Court of Spain. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1995.

Buchanan, Iain. “The Contract for King Philip II’s Tapestries of the ‘History of Noah’.” The Burlington Magazine 148 (June 2006): 406-15. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Bussels, Stijn. “Tableau Vivant with the Nine Joys and the Six Miseries (2); The Spanish Arch, The Adoration of the Shepherds, Making the Most of Theatre and Painting: The Power of Tableaux Vivants in Joyous Entries from the Southern Netherlands (1458–1635).” Art History 33, no. 2 (April 2010):236-47. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Conklin, James. “The Theory of Sovereign Debt and Spain Under Philip II.” The Journal of Political Economy 106, no. 3 (June 1998): 483-513. Accessed through JSTOR, October 10, 2010. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2990800.

Cottrell, Philip and Rosemarie Mulcahy. “Self-portrait in Adoration of the Dead Christ; Allegory of the Birth of Prince Fernando; Pope Pius V in Adoration of the Dead Christ; The Adoration of the Magi; The Holy Women at the Sepulcher, Philip II after the Battle of Lepanto Offering Prince Fernando to Victory, Succeeding Titian: Parrasio Micheli and Venetian Painting at the Court of Philip II.” The Burlington Magazine 149 (April 2007): 232-45. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Di Dio, Kelley Helmstutler. “Charles V and Fury; Philip II Sculpture in Spanish Collections from Philip II to Philip IV.” Studies in the History of Art 70(2008): 246-77. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Goodman, David C. Power and Penury: Government, Technology, and Science in Philip II’s Spain. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988.

Kamen, Henry. Philip of Spain. New Haven, CN: Yale University Press, 1997.

——. “The Bibliophile King: The Breviary of Philip II.” FMR (Black Edition) (February/March 1998): 70-6. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Lazure, Guy. “Possessing the Sacred: Monarchy and Identity in Philip II’s Relic Collection at the Escorial.” Renaissance Quarterly 60, no. 1 (Spring 2007): 58-93. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Matthews, P. G. “Portraits of Philip II of Spain as King of England.” The Burlington Game 142, no. 1162 (January, 2000): 13-19. Accessed through JSTOR, September 24, 2010. http://www.jstor.org/stable/888764

McDonald, Mark P.. “The Print Collection of Philip II at the Escorial.” Print Quarterly 15, no. 1 (March 1998): 18-35. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Meadow, Mark A. “‘Met Geschickter Ordenen’: The Rhetoric of Place in Philip II’s 1549 Antwerp ‘Blijde Incompst’.” The Journal of the Walter’s Art Gallery 57 (1999): 1-11. Accessed through JSTOR, October 11, 2010. http://www.jstor.org/stable/20169139.

Mulcahy, Rosemarie. “il: St Jerome; St Jerome, St Paula and the Anchorites, Federico Zuccaro and Philip II: The Reliquary Altars for the Basilica of San Lorenzo de El Escorial.” The Burlington Magazine 129 (August 1987): 502-9. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Mulcahy, Rosemarie. The Decoration of the Royal Basilica of El Escorial. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994.

Parker, Geoffrey. Philip II. Boston: Little, Brown, 1978.

——. The Grand Strategy of Philip II. New Haven, CN: Yale University Press, 1998.

Pierson, Peter. Philip II of Spain. London: Thames and Hudson, 1975.

Poole, Stafford. Juan de Ovando: Governing the Empire in the Reign of Philip II. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2004.

Rodriguez-Salvado, Mia J. The Changing Face of Empire: Charles V, Philip II, and Habsburg Authority, 1551-1559. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988.

Shulsky, Linda Rosenfeld. “Philip II of Spain as Porcelain Collector.” Oriental Art 44, no. 2 (Summer 1998): 51-4. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Wilkinson, Catherine. “Planning a Style for the Escorial: An Architectural Treatise for Philip of Spain.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 44, no. 1 (March, 1985): 37-47. Accessed through JSTOR, October 8, 2010. http://www.jstor.org/stable/990059.

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Comprehensive Bibliography

The Ruling Style of Philip II

Primary Sources:

Anguissola, Sofinisba. 1565. Philip II of Spain. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org. ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/library/secure/ViewImages?id=%2FThWdC8hIywtPygxFTx5RngtU3Iqelg%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 21, 2010).

Coello, Alonso Sanchez. 1568. Philip II of Spain. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org .ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/library/secure/ViewImages?id=%2FThWdC8hIywtPygxFTx5RnguXX0icl4%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 25, 2010).

daTrezzo, Jacopo Nizzola. 1555. Philip II, 1527-1598, King of Spain 1556 . ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org.ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/library/secure/ViewImages?id=8D5JcisyMyMlLDQ0Y1N7R3sqXnktcVF%2B&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 27, 2010).

DeVega, Lope and Gwynne Edwards, trans. Punishment Without Revenge in Three Major Plays. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008.

El Greco. 1577-1579. Adoration of the Name of Jesus: The Dream of Felipe II. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org.ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/library/secure/ViewImages?id= %2FThWdC8hIywtPygxFTx5TnkgXn4pfw%3D%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 27, 2010).

Hacken, Richard. Letters of Philip II, King of Spain: 1592-1597. http://lib.byu.edu/dlib/phil2/ (accessed September 24, 2010).

Leoni, Pompeo. 1556-1560. King Philip II of Spain, detail of the head, three-quarter view. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org.ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/library/secure/ ViewImages?id=%2FThWdC8hIywtPygxFTx5RnguXX4qeFM%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 26, 2010).

Rubens, Peter Paul. 1628. Equestrian Portrait of Philip II. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library. artstor.org.ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/library/secure/ViewImages?id=4iFCeTg4NCciJy8laCt2KngqXXgqdVN8fiI%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 20, 2010).

Schiller, Friedrich. Don Carlos, Infante of Spain: A Play in Five Acts. New York: F. Ungar Publishing Co., 1967.

Spanich, Tiburcio. 1595. Citadel and Parade Ground: Built on the order of King Philip II. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org.ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/library/secure/View Images?id=8CNaaSQwKSw0NzU8dSUURXorXHwoflJ8dQ%3D%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (Accessed September 27, 2010).

Titian. 1548. Philip II in Armor. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org.ezproxy.umw. edu:2048/library/secure/ViewImages?id=%2FThWdC8hIywtPygxFTx5RngoXHsufVs%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 25, 2010).

——. 1573-1575. King Philip (Felipe) II offering his son Prince Ferdinand to God after the victory of Lepanto. ARTstor. JPG file. http://library.artstor.org.ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/ library/secure/ViewImages?id=%2FThWdC8hIywtPygxFTx5RngoXHsvflM%3D&userId=hzRAcw%3D%3D&zoomparams= (accessed September 25, 2010).

Secondary Sources:

Boyden, James M. The Courtier and the King: Ruy Gómez de Silva, Philip II, and the Court of Spain. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1995.

Buchanan, Iain. “The contract for King Philip II’s tapestries of the ‘History of Noah’.” The Burlington Magazine 148 (June 2006): 406-15. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Bussels, Stijn. “Tableau vivant with the nine Joys and the six Miseries (2); The Spanish Arch, The Adoration of the Shepherds, Making the Most of Theatre and Painting: The Power of Tableaux Vivants in Joyous Entries from the Southern Netherlands (1458–1635).” Art History 33, no. 2 (April 2010):236-47. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Cottrell, Philip and Rosemarie Mulcahy. “Self-portrait in adoration of the dead Christ; Allegory of the birth of Prince Fernando; Pope Pius V in adoration of the dead Christ; The adoration of the Magi; The holy women at the sepulcher, Philip II after the Battle of Lepanto offering Prince Fernando to Victory, Succeeding Titian: Parrasio Micheli and Venetian painting at the court of Philip II.” The Burlington Magazine 149 (April 2007): 232-45. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Di Dio, Kelley Helmstutler. “Charles V and Fury; Philip IISculpture in Spanish Collections from Philip II to Philip IV.” Studies in the History of Art 70(2008): 246-77. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Goodman, David C. Power and Penury: Government, Technology, and Science in Philip II’s Spain. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988.

Kamen, Henry. Philip of Spain. New Haven, CN: Yale University Press, 1997.

——. “The Bibliophile King: The Breviary of Philip II.” FMR (Black Edition) (February/March 1998): 70-6. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Lazure, Guy. “Possessing the Sacred: Monarchy and Identity in Philip II’s Relic Collection at the Escorial.” Renaissance Quarterly 60, no. 1 (Spring 2007): 58-93. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Matthews, P. G. “Portraits of Philip II of Spain as King of England.” The Burlington Game 142, no. 1162 (January, 2000): 13-19. Accessed through JSTOR, September 24, 2010. http://www.jstor.org/stable/888764

McDonald, Mark P.. “The Print Collection of Philip II at the Escorial.” Print Quarterly 15, no. 1 (March 1998): 18-35. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Mulcahy, Rosemarie. “il: St Jerome; St Jerome, St Paula and the Anchorites, Federico Zuccaro and Philip II: the reliquary altars for the basilica of San Lorenzo de El Escorial.” The Burlington Magazine 129 (August 1987): 502-9. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).

Mulcahy, Rosemarie. The Decoration of the Royal Basilica of El Escorial. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994.

Parker, Geoffrey. Philip II. Boston: Little, Brown, 1978.

——. The Grand Strategy of Philip II. New Haven, CN: Yale University Press, 1998.

Pierson, Peter. Philip II of Spain. London: Thames and Hudson, 1975.

Poole, Stafford. Juan de Ovando: Governing the Empire in the Reign of Philip II. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2004.

Rodriguez-Salvado, Mia J. The Changing Face of Empire: Charles V, Philip II, and Habsburg Authority, 1551-1559. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988.

Shulsky, Linda Rosenfeld. “Philip II of Spain as Porcelain Collector.” Oriental Art 44, no. 2 (Summer 1998): 51-4. Art Full Text, WilsonWeb (accessed September 27, 2010).