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Andrew Renton. A.R.I.B.A. discusses the High Altar of St. Paul's Cathe-' dral, re-dedicated earlier today
A London consultant comments on the Pope's recent Address to a World Congress of psychiatrists
Christianity, East and West: some reflections by D. T. Niles of the Church of Ceylon
A series of conversations about nine famous pictures and some of the aesthetic, technical, and historical questions associated with them
Two 17th-Century Landscapes
A Classical Landscape
(died 1682) in the Barber Institute of Fine Arts,
A Dutch River Scene
JAN VAN GOYEN
(died 1656) in the National Gallery of Scotland,
The speakers take these pictures as the basis for a discussion on the differences between Northern and Southern, Natural and Ideal landscapes.
SIR PHILIP HENDY
Director of the National Gallery
Professor ELLIS WATERHOUSE
Director of the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham
GEOFFREY AGNEW of a firm of art dealers
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