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Publications by the New Director of the Cleveland Museum of Art

Recently the Cleveland Museum of Art named David Franklin the new director, ending a year long search with the announcement. Many people have asked what this means and who he is.  The new director of this museum has an impressive bibliography to consult. For many curators, who they are is what they write about and study. Here then is Dr. David Franklin, in his words.

L'art de Parmesan / David Franklin ; avec une contribution de David Ekserdjian.    New Haven, Conn. : Yale University Press ; Ottawa, Ont. : Musée des beaux-arts du Canada, 2003.

The art of Parmigianino / David Franklin ; with an essay by David Ekserdjian.    New Haven : Yale University Press ; Ottawa : in association with the National Gallery of Canada, 2003.

Dutch and Flemish drawings from the National Gallery of Canada / Joaneath Spice ; catalogue by Odilia Bonebakker, Joaneath Spicer and David Franklin.    Ottawa : National Gallery of Canada, c2004.

From Raphael to Carracci : the art of Papal Rome / general editor, David Franklin ; with essays by Sebastian Schütze, Carlo Gasparri, Ingrid D. Rowland.    Ottawa : National Gallery of Canada, 2009.

Italian drawings from the National Gallery of Canada / David Franklin.    Ottawa : National Gallery of Canada, c2003.

Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and the Renaissance in Florence / general editor, David Franklin ; with essays by David Franklin, Louis A. Waldman, and Andrew Butterfield.    Ottawa : National Gallery of Canada in association with Yale University Press, 2005.

Painting in Florence, 1500-1550 / by David Franklin.    New Haven, CT : Yale University Press, 2001.

Rosso in Italy : the Italian career of Rosso Fiorentino / David Franklin.    New Haven : Yale University Press, 1994.

Treasures of The National Gallery of Canada / general editor, David Franklin.    Ottawa : National Gallery of Canada in association with Yale University Press, c2003.

At the reception for the announcement, a colleague approached Dr. Franklin and introduced herself as a librarian in the Ingalls Library. He responded that, as a librarian, she would be seeing a lot of him. It seems we have already seen quite a bit of him, in print. For a more extensive article bibliography, please consult the library reference staff.