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Periclean Athens and the decline of taste (The Andrew W. Mellon lectures) (The Andrew W. Mellon lectures) by G. S. Kirk
The Art of Sculpture by Herbert Read3
Art and Illusion: A Study in the Psychology of Pictorial Representation by E. H. Gombrich5
The Eternal Present by Sigfried Giedion6
The Beginnings of Art by Sigfried Giedion6.1
Nicolas Poussin by Anthony Blunt7
The paintings of Nicolas Poussin : the A.W. Mellon lectures in the fine arts, 1958 by Anthony Blunt7.2
Of Divers Arts by Naum Gabo8
Horace Walpole by Wilmarth Sheldon Lewis9
Christian Iconography by Andre Grabar10
Blake and Antiquity by Kathleen Raine11
Blake and Tradition by Kathleen Raine11
The Portrait in the Renaissance by John Pope-Hennessy12
On Quality in Art by Jakob Rosenberg13
The Roots of Romanticism by Isaiah Berlin14
Visionary and Dreamer by David Cecil15
A History of Building Types by Nikolaus Pevsner19
Giorgio Vasari, the man and the book by Thomas Sherrer Ross Boase20
The Use and Abuse of Art by Jacques Barzun22
The Sack of Rome, 1527 by André Chastel26
Cezanne and America: Dealers, Collectors, Artists and Critics, 1891-1921 (A W Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts) by John Rewald28
Painting as an Art by Richard Wollheim33
The Villa by James S. Ackerman34
Imago Dei by Jaroslav Pelikan36
Only Connect-- by John Shearman37
The Mediation of Ornament by Oleg Grabar38
Gold, Silver, and Bronze by Jennifer Montagu39
On the Laws of the Poetic Art by Anthony Hecht41
The Diffusion of Classical Art in Antiquity by John Boardman42
Kings & Connoisseurs by Jonathan Brown43
After the End of Art by Arthur C. Danto44
Paths to the Absolute by John Golding45
Ten Thousand Things: Module and Mass Production in Chinese Art by Lothar Ledderose46
From Drawing to Painting by Pierre Rosenberg47
Pictures of Nothing by Kirk Varnedoe48

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The A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts have been delivered annually since 1952 at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. They are afterward published in Bollingen Series, under the collective number XXXV.

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