Series: Walter Neurath Memorial Lectures

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Architecture, a modern view by Richard George Rogers
The plunder of the arts in the seventeenth century by Hugh Trevor-Roper2
Megaliths in history by Glyn Daniel4
The London Building World of the Eighteen-sixties (W.Neurath Memorial Lecture) by John Summerson5
The political career of Peter Paul Rubens by C. V. Wedgwood7
Means and Ends: Reflections on the History of Fresco Painting by E. H. Gombrich8
Antiquity Depicted: Aspects of Archaeological Illustration by Stuart Piggott10
What Is a Masterpiece? (Walter Neurath Memorial Lectures, No 11) by Kenneth Clark11
The painter depicted : painters as a subject in painting by Michael Levey13
Mozart and the Masons: New Light on the Lodge "Crowned Hope" by H. C. Robbins Landon14
The originality of Thomas Jones by Lawrence Gowing17
Cézanne, the Steins and their circle by John Rewald18
The painful birth of the art book by Francis Haskell19
The Romantic Child: From Runge to Sendak (Walter Neurath Memorial Lectures) by Robert Rosenblum20
The conditions of success : how the modern artist rises to fame by Alan Bowness21
The Piero Della Francesca Trail by John Pope-Hennessy23
Avant-Garde Gambits 1888-1893: Gender and the Color of Art History (Walter Neurath Memorial Lectures) by Griselda Pollock24
A victim of anonymity : the Master of the Saint Bartholomew Altarpiece by Neil MacGregor25
The Body in Pieces: The Fragment as a Metaphor of Modernity by Linda Nochlin26
Pleasuring Painting: Matisse's Feminine Representations (Walter Neurath Memorial Lectures) by John Elderfield27
Experience or Interpretation: The Dilemma of Museums of Modern Art (Walter Neurath Memorial Lectures) by Nicholas Serota28
The Great God Pan: The Survival of an Image (Walter Neurath Memorial Lectures) by John Boardman29
A Voyage on the North Sea: Art in the Age of the Post-Medium Condition (Walter Neurath Memorial Lecture) by Rosalind E. Krauss31
Idolizing Pictures: Idolatry, Iconoclasm, and Jewish Art (Walter Neurath Memorial Lectures) by Anthony Julius32

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