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PROGRAM TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL MEETING COLLEGE ART ASSOCIATION The Hotel Willard Pennsylvania Ave. and 14th St., N.W. Washington, D.C. The Mayflower Hotel Connecticut Ave. and De Sales St., N.W. Washington, D.C. The Corcoran Gallery of Art 17th St. and New York Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C. Members and visitors attending the sessions are requested not to enter or leave the room in which papers are being read during the time the speaker is on the platform, but to await the end of the paper. The length of the paper is from ten to twenty minutes. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 MORNING 9:00 - REGISTRATION The Hotel Willard College Art Association Information Desk - Main Lobby Registration and Validation of railroad certificates Registration for Banquet at The Mayflower Hotel, Wednesday, May 22nd at 7:00 P.M. Registration for "Afternoon on the Potomac", Saturday, May 25th at 1:30 P.M. 10:00 - INTRODUCTORY SESSION The Hotel Willard Willard Room Chairman, WALTER W. S. COOK, Chairman of the Graduate Committee on Fine Arts, New York University SCHEDULE OF SPEAKERS: 1. Flemish and Anglo-Saxon Illumination in the Eleventh Century ADOLPH COTTON, Princeton University 2. The Liturgical Foundation of Art HARRY LORIN BINSSE, Liturgical Arts Society 3. The Conception of Space in the Painting of Tun Huang MARTHA DAVIDSON, New York University 4. Title to be announced CHARLES SEYMOUR, JR., Yale University 5. Historians and Art AGNES ADDISON, University of Pennsylvania 6. Some Notes on the Problem of Attribution of the Urbino Allegories and Portraits of Famous Authors RICHARD S. MORRISON, Harvard University 12:45 INTRODUCTORY LUNCHEON Tables will be reserved for the members of the College Art Association in the Coffee Room of the Hotel Willard and special reservations for round table discussions may be made at this time. (Please notify the Secretary now if you desire to participate in a round table discussion and on what topic.) WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 AFTERNOON 2:30 - PROBLEMS OF ART HISTORICAL INTEREST The Hotel Willard Willard Room Chairman, BLAKE-MORE GODWIN, Director, Toledo Museum of Art SCHEDULE OF SPEAKERS: 1. Valencian Painting in the Fifteenth Century LESTER D. LONGMAN, McMaster University, Toronto 2. A Problem in Late Thirteenth Century Spanish Sculpture FREDERICK B. DEKNATEL, Harvard University 3. The Styles and Supposed Origins of the Sculpture of the Ivory Coast ROBERT J. GOLDWATER, New York University 4. A Journal of Thomas Sully JAMES W. FOSBURGH, Yale University 5. The Salamantine Lanterns, Their Origin and Development CARL K. HERSEY, University of Rochester 6. The Drawings of Jordaens JULIUS HELD, New York University 7. Omayyad Ornament of the Puerta de San Esteban of the Mezquita of Cordoba HELMUT VON ERFFA, Harvard University WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 EVENING Mayflower Hotel Subscription Dinner jointly with The American Federation of Arts ($3) Reception 7:00 Presiding Officer: Name to be announced Addresses: For the American Federation of Arts FREDERIC ALLEN WHITING, President, American Federation of Arts For the College Art Association JOHN SHAPLEY, President, College Art Association For the American Association of Museums PAUL J. SACHS, President, American Association of Museums Speakers: For the American Federation of Arts HENRY M. WRISTON, President of Lawrence College Subject to be announced For the College Art Association HERBERT J. SPINDEN, Curator of Prehistoric and Primitive Art, Brooklyn Museum The First Road to the New World THURSDAY, MAY 23 MORNING 10:00 - PROBLEMS OF ARCHITECTURAL INTEREST The Hotel Willard Willard Room Chairman, FISKE KIMBALL, Director, Pennsylvania Museum of Art PARTIAL SCHEDULE OF SPEAKERS: 1. The Treasury of the Athenians at Delphi WILLIAM BELL DINSMOOR, Columbia University 2. The Latins at Hagea Sophia EMERSON H. SWIFT, Columbia University 3. The Formation of Richardson's Style Before Trinity Church HENRY RUSSELL HITCHCOCK, Wesleyan University 4. Pointed Arches in the Desiderian Basilica at Monte Cassino, 1066-1071 HENRY M. WILLARD, Vice President, Bureau of University Travel 12:15 - LUNCHEON MEETING FOR THE EXECUTIVE BOARD THURSDAY, MAY 23 AFTERNOON 2:30 - TECHNICAL RESEARCH IN THE FINE ARTS Joint Session with the American Association of Museums The Hotel Willard Small Ballroom - 10th Floor Chairman, GEORGE L. STOUT, Keeper of the Ross Study Series and in Charge of Technical Research, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University SCHEDULE OF SPEAKERS: 1. Experiments with New Pigments and Media for Artists' Use HERBERT E. IVES, International Printing Ink Corporation 2. Standardization of ARtists' Materials RUTHERFORD J. GETTENS, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University 3. A Problem in the Practice of Restoration WILLIAM SUHR 4. Some Optical Methods of Examination HAROLD D. ELLSWORTH, Walters Art Gallery 5. Observations on the Training of the Painter ARTHUR POPE, The Carnegie Corporation of New York THURSDAY, MAY 23 EVENING 8:00 - WHAT SHALL BE THE ROLE OF THE GOVERNMENT IN ART No slides are being used in this session Corcoran Gallery of Art Auditorium - New York Avenue Entrance
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