[A] article; [B] book; [CH] chapter; [I] interview; [PhD] Ph.D. thesis [R] review; [S] survey; [ED] editorial work.


[R] ‘A Trick of the Eye. Trompe l’œil Masterpieces’, A review of the book by E. Hollmann and J. Tesch, The Art Book, vol. 12, Issue 3, August 2005, pp. 43f.


[R] ‘The Emblem’, a review of the book by John Manning, The Art Book, vol. 10, Issue 1, January 2003, pp. 66f.


[PhD] A Computer-aided Iconological Analysis of Anthropomorphic Landscapes in Western art, 1560s-1660s, Ph.D. thesis (CD-ROM), Nottingham Trent University (1998), includes A Catalogue Raisonné of Anthropomorphic Landscapes in Western Art.


[A] ‘Anthropomorphic landscapes in 16th and 17th century Western art. A question of attribution and interpretation’, Biuletyn Historii Sztuki, LIX (1997), Nos. 1–2, pp. 69–91.

Cited in: Susan Donahue Kuretsky, ‘The Face in the Landscape: A Puzzling Print by Matthäus Merian the Elder’, In his milieu: essays on Netherlandish art in memory of John Michael Montias, ed. by Amy Golahny, Mia M. Mochizuki and Lisa Vergara (Amsterdam University Press, 2007), pp. 219–232.


[A] ‘Symbolika drzewa. Problematyka emblematycznej interpretacji malarstwa’, Rocznik Historii Sztuki, XV (1985) pp. 305–315 (English Summary: Symbolic Meanings of the Tree. Dilemmas Resulting from the Emblematic Interpretation of Paintings’).


[A] ‘Navigatio vitae. Elements of Emblematic Symbolism in 17th Century Dutch Seascapes’,  in: Bulletin du Musée National de Varsovie, XXIII, 1982, pp. 25-43 (an English version of the chapter published in Polish in 1981).

Cited in: Lawrence Otto Goedde, Tempest and Shipwreck in Dutch and Flemish Art. Convention, Rhetoric and Interpretation, The Pennsylvania State University Press, University Park and London, 1989;  I/n.26, n.40, p. 246.


[CH] ‘Navigatio vitae. Elementy symboliki emblematycznej holenderskich krajobrazow marynistycznych XVII w.’, Ars Emblematica, ed. J. Michałkowa, exh. cat., National Museum in Warsaw, Warsaw 1981, pp. 27–39.

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