References for Works in the Photo Album

1. Jacob, James R. The Scientific Revolution. New Jersey: Humanities Press, 1998.

"The Aristotelian Cosmos" Figure 1, p. 4.

"The Epicurean Universe" Figure 5, p. 11.

"The Stoic Universe" Figure 6, p. 13.

"The Cartesian Vortices. (The center circles of the vortices are suns.)" Figure 11, p. 83.


2. Ancient Cosmologies. ed. Carmen Blacker and Michael Loewe. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd, 1975.

"The Egyptian Universe" Plate 9.

3. Wright, M. R. Cosmology in Antiquity. New York: Routledge, 1995.

"Calculation by Hipparchus of the distance between the sun, earth, and moon." Figure 5, p. 30.

"The Egyptian Universe with Shu (god of air and light) holding Nut (the feamle god of the sky). Geb, the male god of the earth, is at bottom." Figure 8, p. 76.

4. Moore, Patrick. The Great Astronomocal Revolution: 1543-1687 and the Space Age Epilogue. Chichester: Albion Publishing, 1994.

"Philosophers and astronomers observing the heavans; from an early fifteenth-century manuscript." p. 25

"Tycho Brahe and his great mural quadrant." p. 91

"Portrait of Galileo on the frontpiece of Systema Cosmicum, Florence 1635." p. 194.

5. Goya: 250 Anniversario. Museo Del Prado, 1996.

"Saturno, Goya, 1820-1823" p. 261

6. Cooper, Philip. CUBISM. London: Phaidon Press, 1995.

"Les Desmoiselles d'Avignon" Oil on Canvas, Pablo Picasso, 1907. p. 37.

"Portrait of Ambroise Vollard" Oil on Canvas, Pablo Picasso, 1910 p. 49.

"Homage to Apollinaire" Oil and powdered gold and silver on Canvas, Marc Chagall, 1911-1913

p. 55.

"Dancer in a Café" Oil on Canvas, Jean Metzinger, 1912. p. 61.

"The City of Paris" Oil on Canvas, Robert Delaunay, 1912. p. 63.

"Nude Descending a Staircase II" Oil on Canvas, Marcel DuChamp, 1912. p. 67.

"Sun, Tower, Aeroplane: Simultaneous" Oil on Canvas, Robert Delaunay, 1913. p. 83.

"Udine (Young American Girl: Dance)" Oil on Canvas, Francis Picabia, 1913. p. 87.

"Chinese Restaurant" Oil on Canvas, Max Weber, 1915. p. 107.

"The Card Players" Oil on Canvas, Fernand Léger, 1917. p. 111.

7. BRAQUE. London: Murrays Sales and Service Co., 1977.

"Hesiod's Theogonia." Plate 54.

8. Bruton, History of Clocks and Watches.

"Babylonian Sun God Tablet"

"A Shepherd's Sundial from the Pyrenees"

"A Wooden Cubicle Florentine Sundial for Latitude 46 degrees," c. 1560

"The Old Town Clock, Prague," 1486

9. Herberger, The Riddle of the Sphinx

"Oedipus Solving the Riddle of the Sphinx," Greek Vase Collection, Vatican Museum

"Figures on an Etruscan Oinochoe"

"Toreador Frescoe, Knossos Palace"

10. Europa 1492

"Agricultural Calendar," Pietro de Crescenzi, 15th Century

"Monk and Wisdom," 15th Century Flemish miniature

11. Athanasius Kircher, Images of Universal Knowledge

"Medicinal Clock and Calendar"

"Scitheric of Fixed Stars"

"Perpetual Universal Hour Clock"

"Scitheric of Celestial Medicine"

"Astronomic Clock"

"Magnetic Clock"

12. I Tempi dell' Altra America

Cover of "The Eternal Novel" by Macedonio Fernandez (1874-1952), Argentina


"The Wise - A Problem," Andrea Alciato, Emblemata, 24

"Plus and Minus," Oil and Pencil on Canvas, Piet Mondrian, c. 1915-1916

"The Wing of the Lark Haloed with Golden Blue Reaches the Heart of the Poppy Napping on the Field Adorned with Diamonds," Oil on Canvas, Joan Miró, 1967

"Amour," Oil on Canvas, Joan Miró, 1926

"Birth of the World," Oil on Canvas, Joan Miró, 1925

"Head of a Catalan Peasant," Oil on Canvas, Joan Miró, c. 1925

"The Family," Oil on Canvas, Joan Miró, c. 1924

"Crucifixion ('Hypercubic Body')," Dali, Salvador, 1954. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Dali. By Ignacio Gomez de Liano. New York: Rizzoli International Publishing Inc., 1984. Slide 108.

"Gala looking at the Mediterranean Sea," Dali, Salvador, 1974-1976. Martin Lawrence Collection. Dali. By Ignacio Gomez de Liano. New York: Rizzoli International Publishing Inc., 1984. Slide 130.