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PRELIMINARY PROGRAM 54th Annual Meeting of the College Art Association of America, Inc., and the 19th Annual Meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians Americana Hotel, New York, New York THURSDAY, JANUARY 27 - MORNING 8:30 - 4:30 Registration, Georgian Ballroom Foyer, Third Floor, American Hotel. Fee for CAA members, $3.00 each. Members and guests should obtain badges at registration desk since these badges will be required for admittance to all sessions. 9:30 - 11:30 CAA CHINESE ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY - Georgian Ballroom "A", Americana Hotel. Chairman: John M. Rosenfield, Harvard University. Speakers: Alexander Soper, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Early and Middle Shang: New Evidence for the Evolution of Chinese Bronze Vessels John F. Haskins, University of Pittsburgh. Taoist Imagery at Teng-hsien Emma C. Bunker, Denver Art Museum. Depictions of the vimalakirti-sutra in the Sculpture of the Six Dynasties Period Robert Poor, University of Minnesota. Sung Archaeological Catalogues Chu-tsing Li, University of Iowa. Chinese Theory of Art History in the Ming Period CAA ART, GOVERNMENT AND THE ARTIST - Georgian Ballroom "B", Americana Hotell Chairman: Kenneth Hudon, Washington University. Speakers: (To be announced) 9:30 - 12:00 SAH THE ICONOGRAPHY OF ARCHITECTURE: PROBLEMS OF THE ORIGIN OF TYPES FROM CLASSICAL ANTIQUITY TO 1144 A.D. - Royal Ballroom, Americana Hotel. Chairman: Francois Bucher, Princeton University. 12:00 SAH. Cocktails, Versailles Ballroom, to be followed by SAH Annual Luncheon and Business Meeting, Imperial Ballroom, Americana Hotel. 12:00 National Committee for the History of Art. Luncheon Meeting, Americana Hotel. THURSDAY AFTERNOON 2:30 - 4:30 CAA ROMAN ART: PAINTING - Georgian Ballroom "A", Americana Hotel. Chairman: Otto J. Brendel, Columbia University. Speakers: Vincent J. Bruno, C. W. Post College of Long Island University. The Medium of Roman Wall Painting and its Effect Upon Painting Techniques Kyle Meredith Phillipps, Jr., Bryn Mawr College. The Italian Ancestry of Certain Roman Paintings Alan M. G. Little, Catholic University of America. Roman Megalographies and Greek Compositional Methods P. H. von Blankenhagen, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Icarus on Pompeiian Walls Otto J. Brendel, Columbia University. Observations on Picture Frames in Ancient Art
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