Art and Scientific Thought: Historical Studies Towards a Modern Revision of Their Antagonism

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The following lists are, of course, brief and selected: other authors are mentioned at the appropriate places in the text. References are only here given when the subject (such as Oriental archaeology) is not one of common accessibility, or where (as in the Leonardo and Spinoza studies) the vast jungle of literature suggests that a few pointers to the most important items may be desirable.


Chapter 6

F. Davis: Chinese Jade. 1935.

U. Pope-Hennessy: Early Chinese Jade. 1923.

B. Laufer: Jade, a Study in Archaeology and Religion. 1912.

S. C. Nott: Chinese Jade. 1936.

Royal Academy, Chinese Exhibition Catalogue. 1935-6.

H. R. Bishop: Studies in Jade. 2 vols. 1906. ( London and Birmingham possess copies of this enormous and rare work.)


Chapter 7

The accompanying illustrations are from plates published by 'Tel' of Paris and by Etienne Houvet at Chartres. Grateful acknowledgement is here made, with regret that the state of Europe prevents any direct communication to request permission.

In addition to various works of Houvet, the following among others have contributed to the recollection of Chartres and to evolving the ideas of the present chapter.

Marriage: The Sculptures of Chartres Cathedral.

Headlam: The Story of Chartres.

Marcel Aubert: La Sculpture française 1140-1225.

Paul Vitry: La Sculpture française 1226-1270.

Herbert: Illuminated Manuscripts.

Maskell: Ivories.

Hinks: Carolingian Art.

Talbot Rice: Byzantine Art.

Also various publications of the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

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