Gibbs, Robert

Robert Gibbs is Professor of Pre-humanist Art History and Codicology, Department of the History of Art, University of Glasgow. His primary concern is with the “Medieval” period, particularly thirteenth- and fourteenth-century Bologna, and with the iconography of illuminated legal manuscripts. His books include Tomaso da Modena: Painting in Emilia and the March of Treviso, 1340-80 (Cambridge University Press, 1989) and, with Susan L’Engle, Illuminating the Law: Medieval Legal Manuscripts in Cambridge Collections (Harvey Miller, 2001).

Life and Career of Lippo Di Dalmasio, a Bolognese Painter of the Late Fourteenth Century: with Illustrations and a Catalogue of His Works
2010 0-7734-3684-7
This book provides an historical and critical framework for the paintings of Lippo di Dalmasio. The catalogue presents 37 items in total, including many new attributions and some previously unpublished works. This is accompanied by all known documents on the artist. This book contains eight color photographs and thirty-five black and white photographs.