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3. Philippe Verdier, The Walters Art Gallery. Early Monuments of the Coronation of the Virgin in French Sculpture of the XII Century A. Dean McKenzie, New York University. The New Solomon and the Virgin Mary: An Iconographic Development CAA EXPRESSIONISM. ABSTRACTION, AND THE NEW IMAGE. Hotel Leamington. Chairman: H.H. Arnason, Walker Art Center. Panelists: George McNeil, Painter, Pratt Institute. Abstract Expressionism 1961 George Oeri, Parsons School of Design. The New Geometry Theodore Roszak, Sculptor, New York City. Bernard Arnest, Painter, Colorado College. The New Image Richard Stankiewicz, Sculptor, New York City. The New Image and the New Dada Andrew C. Ritchie, Yale University Gallery. Summation SAH EXTRA-EUROPEAN INFLUENCES ON NINETEENTH-CENTURY ARCHITECTURE. Hotel Leamington. Chairman: Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Smith College. FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 SAH: Luncheon and Business Meeting. Book Award. 12:00 The National Committee for the History of Art. Luncheon Meeting. 2:30 - 4:30 CAA ORIENTAL ART. Hotel Leamington. Chairman: Richard Edwards, University of Michigan. Speakers: John F. Haskins, Columbia University. Bronzes from Shih-chai-shan, Yunnan, 176-118 B.C. Nelson I Wu, Yale University. (Title to be announced) Prudence Myer, Newcomb College, Tulane University. Indian Sculpture Alexander C. Soper, New York University. A Little-known Painting Fragment in the Stein Collection from Tun-huang Martie Young, Cornell University. Archaism in the Painting of Ch-iu Ying CAA A CRITICAL APPARATUS FOR CONTEMPORARY PAINTING. Hotel Leamington. Chairman: George McNeil, Pratt Institute. Panelists: Herschel B. Chipp, University of California, Berkeley Alan Katrow, Rutgers University Two additional Panelists to be Announced. 3:00 - 5:00 SAH GENERAL SESSION. Hotel Leamington. Chairman: J. D. Forbes, University of Virginia.
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