- Joseph M. Dye III, The Arts of India. Richmond and London: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and Philip Wilson Publishers, 2001;
- David Park Curry, Fabergé. Richmond: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1995;
- A.Gonosová, C. Kondoleon, Art of Late Rome and Byzantium. Richmond: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1994 (Choice: Top 100 Academic Books, Journal for Academic Libraries, 1995);
- W. Avon Drake, Stephen S. High, H. Ashley Kistler, Andrea Valdes, Alfredo Jar: Geography=War. Richmond: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and Virginia Commonwealth University, 1991 (Print Magazine Design Award, Mary Goetz, designer);
- Frederick R. Brandt and Eleanor Hight, German Expressionist Art: The Ludwig and Rosie Fischer Collection. Richmond: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1987;
- Pat Getz-Preziosi, Early Cycladic Art in North American Collections. Richmond: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1987;
- Judy Egerton, The Paul Mellon Collection, British Sporting Paintings. Richmond: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1985;
- VMFA Arts in Virginia journal articles, VMFA Foundation Annual Report.
- Moroccan Musings. Bloomington: Xlibris, 2013.
- Selections from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. With assistant Kay M. Davidson. Richmond: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1997. Revised Edition, 2007.
- Reading Vasari. Edited by Anne B. Barriault, Andrew Ladis, Norman E. Land, and Jeryldene M. Wood. Athens, GA and London: Georgia Museum of Art and Philip Wilson Publishers, 2005.
- Spalliera Paintings of Renaissance Tuscany: Fables of Poets for Patrician Homes. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1994.
Articles and Essays
- “VMFA: A Decade of Collecting,” Apollo (Spring 2010).
- “Leonardo, Giorgione, Mantegna, and the Magi” Source: Notes in the History of Art (Fall 2010).
- “Piero di Cosimo: The Egg-Eating Elegist” in Reading Vasari. Athens, GA and London: Georgia Museum of Art and Philip Wilson Publishers, 2005.
- “Piero and His Parnassus of Modern Painters and Poets,” in Piero della Francesca. The Cambridge Companion. Edited by Jeryldene M. Wood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
- “Botticelli’s Primavera and the Origins of the Elegiac in Italian Renaissance Painting,” Paul Barolsky and Anne Barriault, Gazette des Beaux Arts (September 1996).
- “The Abundant, Beautiful, Chaste, and Wise: Domestic Painting of the Italian Renaissance,” Arts in Virginia, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts 30 (Fall 1991).
- The Arts of India, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Exhibition Introduction, 2001
- The Fine Art of Life, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1998