restricted access   Volume 9, Number 1, Winter 1976

Table of Contents

Articles by Artists

Essentialism and my Pictorial Art

pp. 1-4

On the Fusion of Verbal and Visual Media

pp. 5-9

An Analysis of my Work as a Painter of Pictures: Thoughts on Artistic Interpretations of What is Perceived

pp. 11-18

General Articles

On Seeing a Picture for the First Time

pp. 19-23

A Psychological Model for Aesthetic Experience

pp. 25-31

Notes

Environmental Sculpture in the U.S.A.: High Art or Cultural Shrubbery?

pp. 33-35

Drawings Made During a Visit in 1974 to the People’s Republic of China

pp. 36-37

F. D. Martin and the Problem of Censorship in Religious Art

pp. 38-40

Eric Adams on the Work of Francis Danby

pp. 41-42

Report on the 2nd International Conference on Computers and the Humanities, Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A.

pp. 43-45

On My Primitive Paintings

pp. 46-47

A Color System for Artists

pp. 48-51

Instruction on Light and Color in Art at the Iowa State University

pp. 52-55

Gibson and the Success of Experimental Aesthetics

pp. 56-57

Report on the 1975 Public-Celebration Workshop at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies, M.I.T.

pp. 58-60

My Motivations as a Painter

pp. 61-62

Documents

Putting the Art Back into Art History

pp. 63-65

Communicating Mathematics: Is It Possible?

p. 66

Terminology

pp. 67-68

Books

Science and Sentiment in America: Philosophical Thought from Jonathan Edwards to John Dewey by Morton White (review)

p. 72

The Roots of Civilization by Alexander Marshack (review)

pp. 72-73

Studies and Documents on Cultural Policies Series. Unesco, Paris. I. The Role of Culture in Leisure-Time in New Zealand by Bernard W. Smyth (review)

p. 73

II. Cultural Policy in Yugoslavia by Stevan Majstorović (review)

pp. 73-74

The Psychology of Visual Perception by Ralph Norman Haber and Maurice Hershenson (review)

p. 74

A Bibliography of Bibliographies in Aesthetics by Allan Shields (review)

p. 75

The Aesthetics of Modernism by Joseph Chiari (review)

pp. 75-76

Art and Anarchy by Edgar Wind (review)

p. 76

The Story of Art by E. H. Gombrich (review)

p. 76

Mutual Aid in the Arts: From the Second Empire to Fin de Siècle by Teddy Brunius (review)

p. 76

The Traditional Artist in African Societies ed. by Warren L. d’Azevedo, African Art: The Years Since 1920 by Marshall Ward Mount (review)

p. 77

Still Life Painting in America by Wolfgang Born (review)

pp. 77-78

The Documents of 20th-century Art: The Tradition of Constructivism ed. by Stephen Bann (review)

p. 78

Discovering the Present: Three Decades in Art, Culture and Politics by Harold Rosenberg (review)

pp. 78-79

The Age of the Avant-Garde: An Art Chronicle of 1956–1972 by Hilton Kramer (review)

p. 79

Color in Art: A Tribute to Arthur Pope by James M. Carpenter (review)

pp. 79-80

Gray is the Color (review)

p. 80

Color: Its Principles and Their Applications by Frederick W. Clulow (review)

pp. 80-81

Discover Acrylics with Frank Covino: An Academic Approach by Frank Covino (review)

p. 81

The Sculptural Idea James J. Kelly (review)

pp. 81-82

Zero by Otto Piene and Heinz Mack (review)

p. 82

Principles and Practice of Ornamental or Complex Turning by John Jacob Holtzapffel (review)

pp. 82-83

Introduction to Engineering Design and Graphics by George C. Beakley and Ernest G. Chilton (review)

p. 83

Regular Polytopes by H. S. M. Coxeter (review)

p. 83

Basic Typography by Ruedi Rüegg and Godi Fröhlich (review)

pp. 83-84

Plastics Technology by Robert V. Milby, Creative Plastics by David Rees (review)

p. 84

Art Psychotherapy: An International Journal (review)

p. 84

Books Received

p. 85

Letters

pp. 86-88