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Assoc. Prof. David Marshall

David Marshall is Associate Professor in Renaissance and Baroque Art History in the Art History Discipline within the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne. His main area of specialisation is view painting and landscape painting in 17th and 18th century Rome, and the relationship between painting and architecture. His publications include Viviano and Niccolò Codazzi and the Baroque Architectural Fantasy, Rome, 1993, and he has edited books including The Italians in Australia: Studies in Renaissance and Baroque Art, Florence, 2004; Art Site and Spectacle: Studies in Early Modern Visual Culture, Melbourne, 2007; as well as writing articles for, among others; Art Bulletin, Burlington Magazine, Storia dell’arte, Paragone, Artibus et Historiae, Apollo, Journal of the History of Collections, and the Papers of the British School at Rome. Current projects include books on the painter of views and capricci, Giovanni Paolo Panini, and a study of the Villa Patrizi, the most important early 18th century Roman villa, destroyed in 1849. He is the founder and editor of Melbourne Art Journal. He spends several months each year researching in Rome.

Affiliations
  • Principal Fellow, Art History, School of Culture and Communication, The University of Melbourne.
  • Adjunct Professor, School of Historical and European Studies, La Trobe University.
  • Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities
  • Honorary Research Fellow, British School at Rome.
  • Founder and editor of Melbourne Art Journal.
  • A Director of Melbourne Art Network.
Publications
Books
  • David R. Marshall (ed.), The Site of Rome – Studies in the Art and Topography of Rome 1400-1750. (Melbourne Art Journal, 13) (Rome: L’Erma di Bretschneider, 2014).
  • Marshall, David R., Susan Russell, and Karin Wolfe (eds), Roma Britannica. Britain and Rome in the Eighteenth Century, conference proceedings, British School at Rome.
  • Marshall, David R. (ed.), Europe and Australia, Melbourne, 2009.
  • Marshall, David R. (ed.), Art, Site and Spectacle. Studies in Early Modern Visual Culture, Melbourne, 2007.
  • Marshall, David R., “The Italians” in Australia: Studies in Renaissance and Baroque Art, Florence: Centro Di, 2004.
  • Marshall, David R., Viviano and Niccolò Codazzi and the Baroque Architectural Fantasy, Rome: Jandi Sapi Editori, 1993.
Articles, Book Chapters, Reviews
  • Marshall, David R., “Eugène Von Guérard’s views of the Daylesford Region for William E. Stanbridge’’, Latrobe Library Journal, nos. 93-94, 2014.
  • ‘The Campo Vaccino: Order and the Fragment from Palladio to Piranesi’, In David R. Marshall (ed.), The Site of Rome – Studies in the Art and Topography of Rome 1400-1750. (Melbourne Art Journal, 13) (Rome: L’Erma di Bretschneider, 2014).
  • Catalogue entry, Giovani Paolo Panini, Interior of an Imaginary Picture Gallery … , in Zsuzsanna Dobos (ed.), Caravaggio to Canaletto: The Glory of Italian Baroque and Rococo Painting, exhibition catalogue, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Budapest, 2013, cat, 141, pp. 422–23.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Piranesi, Archaeology and the Architectural Imagination in the Eighteenth Century’, (Review of J. Pinto, Speaking Ruins: Piranesi, Architects and Antiquity in Eighteenth-Century Rome, Ann Arbor, 2012), Print Quarterly, vol. XXX, number 4, December 2013, pp. 445–448.
  • Entry on Farnborough Hall Paninis for January 31 2013 Christie’s New York Sale.
  • Review of Filippo Juvarra: Gli Anni Giovanili, by Tommaso Manfredimore, The Burlington Magazine, July 2012.
  • Marshall, David R., contributions to the exhibition catalogue Eugène von Guérard, Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria, opens April 2011, entries on G.B. Bassi, Woodland Scene with a Pool; G.B. Bassi, Forest Track; Eugène von Guérard, Tor di Quinto; Eugène von Guérard, Cascata delle Marmore; Eugène von Guérard, View North from Daylesford; Eugène von Guérard, Breakneck Gorge, Hepburn Springs.
  • Marshall, David R., and Karin Wolfe, ‘Introduction’, in Marshall, David R., Russell, Susan, and Wolfe, Karin (eds.), Roma Britannica. Britain and Rome in the Eighteenth Century, conference proceedings, British School at Rome Publications, London, 2010.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘The Temporary Façade of the Palazzo del Re for Cardinal York’, in Marshall, David R., Russell, Susan, and Wolfe, Karin (eds.), Roma Britannica. Britain and Rome in the Eighteenth Century, conference proceedings, British School at Rome Publications, London, 2010.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘The Ideal and Theatrical Gallery: Giovanni Paolo Panini’s Paintings of Imaginary Galleries’, in Europäische Galeriebauten: Galleries in a Comparative European Perspective, ed. C. Strunck, Rome, 2011. 
  • Marshall, David R., ‘”You wouldn’t want to swap it for Our Villa”. The Villa Patrizi and the Villas of the Roman campagna in the Reign of Innocent XIII’, in Barbara Arciszewska (ed.), The Baroque Villa. Suburban and Country Residences 1600–1800, Warsaw: Wilanów Palace Museum, 2009, pp. 245–260.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Giovanni Paolo Panini as Architectural Critic: The Competition for the Facade of S. Giovanni in Laterano in 1732 and the Quirinal Caffeaus’, in Marshall, David R. (ed.), Art, Site and Spectacle. Studies in Early Modern Visual Culture, Melbourne: Fine Arts Network, 2007, pp. 120–41.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘”Salvator Rosa” in Tasmania: Monsù Alto and Bartolomeo Pedon at “Woolmers”‘, Storia dell’Arte, no. 107, January-April, 2004, pp. 105-34.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Carlevaris & Canaletto, Panini & Piranesi, and the Paradoxes of the Serial veduta.’ “The Italians” in Australia: Studies in Renaissance and Baroque Art, Florence: Centro Di, 2004, pp. 49-66.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘A Cardinal and His Family: the Case of Cardinal Patrizi’, in M. Hollingsworth and C. Richardson (eds), The Possessions of a Cardinal: Politics, Piety and Art, 1450-1700, University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2010, pp. 328-351, 358–372.
  • David R. Marshall. Text of an address at the presentation of Clare Robertson, The Invention of Annibale Carracci (Studi della Biblioteca Hertziana 4), Cinisello Balsamo, Milano: Silvana, 2008, at the British School at Rome, January 2009.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Reconstructing the Villa Patrizi. Part 1. The plan of the villa’, Journal of the History of Collections, April, 2003, pp. 31-58.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Reconstructing the Villa Patrizi. Part 2. ‘Allegri, mà non osceni’. Cardinal Patrizi’s copies of ‘Dosso Dossi’s’ ‘Bacchanals’, Journal of the History of Collections, September 2003, pp. 175-200.
  • ”Farò la villeggiatura sopra la tela': Cardinal Patrizi and Adriaen Manglard’s ‘vedute’ of the Villa Patrizi,’ The Burlington Magazine, vol. 144, No. 1193 (Aug., 2002), pp. 497-501.
  • Piranesi, Juvarra, and the Triumphal Bridge Tradition. The Art Bulletin, vol. 85, No. 2 (Jun., 2003), pp. 321-35.
  • The Architectural Piece in 1700: The Paintings of Alberto Carlieri (1672 – c. 1720), Pupil of Andrea Pozzo. Artibus et Historiae, vol. 25, no. 50. (2004), pp. 39-126
  • [Original English version of] Marshall, David R., ‘La tentation néoclassique: les plafonds peints romains de Panini à Mengs’, in Jean-Marc Olivesi (ed.), ‘Les Cieux en Gloire’. Bozzetti et modelli pour les eglises et les palais de la Rome Baroque, Ajaccio, 2002, pp. 377-386.
  • Marshall, David R., “Giovanni Ghisolfi or “Monogrammist GAE” at Stourhead?”, Burlington Magazine,138, 1996, pp. 685-90.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘G.P. Panini, Ancient Rome, New York, Metropolitan Museum’ , ‘G.P. Panini, Modern Rome, New York, Metropolitan Museum’., ‘G.P. Panini, The Consecration of Monsignor Giuseppe Pozzobonelli as Archbishop of Milan in the Church of SS. Ambrogio e Carlo al Corso, Como, Museo Civico’, ‘Anonymous 17th century, The Four Rivers Fountain, Rome, Museo di Roma’, ‘Marco Ricci, The Salone of the Castello di Racconigi, Castello di Racconigi’, ‘Viviano Codazzi, Flight into Egypt, Turin, Accademia Albertina’, ‘Viviano Codazzi, The Expulsion of the Traders from the Temple, Turin, Accademia Albertina’ in The Triumph of the Baroque: Architecture in Europe 1600-1750, ed. Henry Millon, Palazzo di Stupinigi, Turin; Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal. 
  • Marshall, David R., ‘François Boucher, The Enjoyable Lesson'; ‘François Boucher, The Mysterious Basket'; ‘Nicolas Régnier, Hero and Leander'; ‘Attributed to Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Self-Portrait'; in Masterpieces of the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria, 2000.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Giovanni Ghisolfi and Achilles, Alexander, and Augustus’, Storia dell’Arte, no. 88, January 2000, pp. 69-91.
  • Marshall, David R, ‘A Bernini Self-portrait’?’, Art Bulletin of Victoria, 2001, pp. 8-17.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Representing the Piazza del Quirinal in the Reign of Clement XII: Panini’s View of the Piazza del Quirinale’, Apollo, February, 2002, pp. 3-11.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Editorial: The Italians Exhibition’, Melbourne Art Journal, no. 5, 2001 (copyright 2002), pp. 3-4.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Pieter Brueghel III. The Peasant Wedding Dance’, in Peter Yule and Chris McAuliffe (eds.), Treasures from the Collection of the University of Melbourne, Melbourne University Press, 2003.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Tivoli not Ariccia: Gaspard Dughet’s View of ‘Ariccia’ in the National Gallery, London’. Papers of the British School at Rome. Vol. 73, 2003, pp. 293-308.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Carnevale, Conversazione, and Villeggiatura. Villa Life in the Eighteenth Century’, Melbourne Art Journal, no. 6, 2003, pp. 35-64.
  • Marshall, David R. and Robert W. Gaston, ‘Pyramids to Picasso’ and the Reopening of the NGV’, editorial, Melbourne Art Journal, no.6, 2003, pp. 3-4.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Robert Irwin’s Getty Garden and the Death of Art’, Journal of the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes, September, 2004, pp. 1-14.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Canaletto and Panini at Farnborough Hall’, Art Bulletin of Victoria, no. 45, 2005.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘The Chaumont Garden Festival and the artist garden’, Landscape Architecture, November, 2005.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Britische Akademie (The British School at Rome)’, in Rom—Meisterwerke der Baukunst von der Antike bis heute. Festgabe für Elisabeth Kieven, ed. Christina Strunck, Munich: Michael Imhoff, 2007, pp. 512-515. ISBN 978-3-86568-186-7
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Scalinata di Spagna’, in Rom—Meisterwerke der Baukunst von der Antike bis heute. Festgabe für Elisabeth Kieven, ed. Christina Strunck, Munich: Michael Imhoff, 2007, pp. 429-432. ISBN 978-3-86568-186-7
  • Marshall, David R., entries on “Jacob More, A Distant View of Rome on the Tiber’, pp. 126-27; Salvator Rosa, Scene from Greek History: Thales causing the river to flow on both sides of the Lydian army”, pp. 154-55; Salvator Rosa, “Scene from Greek History: The deaf-mute son of King Croesus prevents the Persians from Killing his Father”, pp. 156-57; Giovanni Francesco Grimaldi, Classical Landscape, pp. 118-19, in Jane Messenger, Making Nature: Masters of European Landscape Art, Art Gallery of South Australia, 2009.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Triumphal Arch’, in A. Grafton, G. Most, S. Settis (eds.), The Classical Tradition, Cambridge Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2010.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Triumphal Bridge’, in A. Grafton, G. Most, S. Settis (eds.), The Classical Tradition, Cambridge Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2010.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Carpaccio, Saint Stephen, and the Topography of Jerusalem’, The Art Bulletin vol. 66, no. 4 (Dec., 1984), pp. 610-620.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘The Roman Baths Theme from Viviano Codazzi to G. P. Panini: Transmission and Transformation’, Artibus et Historiae, vol. 12, no. 23 (1991), pp. 129-159.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘Early Panini Reconsidered: The Esztergom “Preaching of an Apostle” and the Relationship between Panini and Ghisolfi’, Artibus et Historiae, vol. 18, no. 36. (1997), pp. 137-199.
  • Marshall, David R., ‘A View of Poggioreale by Viviano Codazzi and Domenico Gargiulo’, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 45, no. 1, March, 1986, pp. 32-46.
Past Tours
  • Bel Paesaggio: The Italian Lakes, The Veneto, Tuscany & the Cinque Terre (2012)
  • Renaissance and Baroque Rome – University of Melbourne (2000-2009)