Wind 23 Language s of Material: English Extent: 1 box 3 folders Scope and Content Biographical notes, and papers relating to official bibliographies of Edgar Wind, including: Folder 1: Notes and summaries by Margaret Wind relating to Edgar Wind's biography, topics including the Warburg Institute colleagues, lectures and seminars, publications , time in the USA, University of Oxford Department of the History of Art, colleagues, scholars , publications and style of writing, style of scholarship, scholarly influences, personality, circle of friends, travels; miscellaneous notes and text fragments.
Preliminary Paper', n. Paper about Edgar Wind as an art historian and his positions in art theory and the philosophy of art, especially in relation to Ernst Cassirer, Erwin Panofsky, Fritz Saxl and the tradition of the Warburg circle. Also includes draft versions and notes by Hasso Jaeger and Margaret Wind. Also includes a draft version of a bibliography of the writings of Edgar Wind, n. Late 19th century family photographs and portraits [relating to the Wind family? Heidi Heimann, c. Vaux-le-Vicomte, Paris, taken by Edgar Wind, c.
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Typescript version of Edgar Wind's original lists with corrections by Margaret Wind, s. Also includes a summary by Margaret Wind, a bookplate sample, and brochures relating to Reynolds Stone's life and work. Brinn, Louise Crane. Wind 27 Language s of Material: English Extent: 1 box 4 folders Scope and Content Papers relating to plans for the Ashmolean Library development, and to the administration and use of the Wind Benefaction, including: Folder 1: 'Ashmolean Museum and Library': Brochures relating to Ashmolean development projects, including a new Ashmolean Library building, s.
Also includes correspondence relating to the design and production of bookplates [for the Wind Room at the Sackler Library], Also includes later correspondence by Margaret Wind about the library, its contents and arrangement, Also includes floor plans of the Sackler Library, and plans, elevations and details of the Wind Room, c. Wind 30 Language s of Material: English Extent: 1 box 4 folders Scope and Content Papers of, and relating to, the Sub-Committee for the Wind Benefaction of the Ashmolean Library, including: Folder 1: Committee papers such as agendas and minutes of meetings, reports, and related correspondence, Wind 31 Language s of Material: English Extent: 1 box 1 folder Scope and Content Papers of, and relating to, the Sub-Committee for the Wind Benefaction of the Ashmolean Library, including: Folder 1: Committee papers such as agendas and minutes of meetings, reports, and related correspondence, Rivkin American Trust for Oxford University , University of Oxford, David Vaisey Bodley's Librarian and others relating to funding for the sorting and cataloguing of Edgar Wind's papers, and plans for their eventual transfer to the Bodleian Library, ; correspondence with the Bodleian Library relating to rules for arranging and cataloguing modern manuscripts, Also includes a summary and notes by Margaret Wind.
Holford-Strevens and others relating to exhibition planning, and to funding through the Sub-Committee for the Wind Benefaction of the Ashmolean Library, Kunsthistoriker und Philosoph', , Also includes drafts and correspondence relating to a text 'Edgar Wind - Bild und Text' used in the conference brochure, Wind 36 Language s of Material: English Extent: 1 box 4 folders Scope and Content Papers relating to the Winds' private collections of art, antiques and books, including: Folder 1: 'HK's collection of watches': Notes by Margaret Wind, correspondence, photographs and auction catalogues relating to a small collection of 17th century watches inherited from Hermann Kellner, Margaret Wind's father, c.
Photographs of letters; notes and correspondence by Margaret Wind relating to provenance and conservation treatment, The original letter together with a transcript has been transferred to MS. Also includes press cuttings and other material relating to James J. Boase, one letter n. Barrett, Siegfried Kracauer, , and reference material ; Dietrich von Bothmer, ; Malcolm Bowie, and n. Brenner, and ; Lawrence E. Brinn and Mildred C. Brinn, and n. Wind 39 Language s of Material: German, English Extent: 1 box 3 folders Scope and Content Correspondence Margaret Wind with Bernhard and Christa Buschendorf and related material, including: Folder 1: Correspondence relating to research funding, , ; personal correspondence and greeting cards, c.
Wind 40 Language s of Material: English, Italian, German, French Extent: 1 box 4 folders Scope and Content Correspondence, press cuttings, notes and memorabilia with, by, or relating to: Folder 1: Joseph Burke: Correspondence with Edgar Wind , including correspondence relating to Burke's application for post as Keeper of the Ashmolean Museum, See also New York lectures I, 7, ii. Wind 41 Language s of Material: English Extent: 1 box 4 folders Scope and Content Correspondence, press cuttings, notes and memorabilia with, by, or relating to: Folder 1: Roberto Calasso, correspondence, ; press cuttings and reviews, c.
Calmann Dealer in Old Master Drawings, n. Wind 42 Language s of Material: English Extent: 1 box 4 folders Scope and Content Correspondence, press cuttings, notes and memorabilia with, by, or relating to Josephine Boardman Crane and the Boardman-Crane Family: Folder 1: Notes, articles and photographs relating to the history of the Boardman-Crane family, including photographs of portraits of Elijah Boardman, n. Winthrop Murray Crane , Also includes two photographs of Josephine Boardman-Crane, c. Also includes notes by Margaret Wind relating to the correspondence, and transcripts of some of the letters.
Also includes correspondence relating to grants given by the Louise Crane Foundation for research and publications, Heckscher', ; Dorothee von Hellermann, c. Wright, Huntington Library and Art Gallery, and Also includes correspondence by Margaret Wind and others about the Kallin letters, Also see Un-American Activities I, 11, iv.
See also Tchelitchew and W. Auden Society I, 11, iv. Also includes newspaper cuttings and articles about Kracauer. Legg, one letter only, ; Harry Levin, ; W. Mommsen, one letter only, , notes and correspondence about Mommsen, c. Includes notes, articles and newspaper cuttings relating to McFarlane. See also Hamburg. Wind 53 Language s of Material: English, French Extent: 1 box 4 folders Scope and Content Correspondence, press cuttings, notes and memorabilia with, by, or relating to Pavel Tchelitchew: Folder 1: Pavel Tchelitchew letters to Edgar Wind, , originals and photocopies.
Folder 2: Miscellaneous papers relating to Tchelitchew including postcard messages from Tchelitchew, Leonore Fini, Charles Henri Ford and Monroe Wheeler, ; correspondence with Benjamin Ivry relating to the catalogue of Tchelitchew paintings at Everson Museum Syracuse, ; correspondence with Parker Tyler relating to a Tchelitchew biography, ; newspaper cuttings and articles relating to Tchelitchew, ; exhibition brochures, and ; brochure 'Poems for painters' by Charles Henri Ford, , and obituary for Charles Henri Ford, Also includes a brochure 'Renishaw Hall and the Sitwells' unrelated to Tchelitchew.
Restrictions on Use : Photocopies of the Yates - Wind correspondence, , and transcripts of Frances Yates' memoirs in Folder 6 must not be reproduced by photography, photocopying, scanning or any other means without the permission of the Warburg Institute Archive. Most correspondents are unidentified or first names only. Wind 56 Language s of Material: English Extent: 1 box 3 folders Scope and Content Bibliographies and overview lists and notes relating to Edgar Wind's published works: Folder 1: Bibliographies of Edgar Wind's published works, including early drafts, c.
Also includes some correspondence about bibliography updates and revisions, and n. Offprints from The Journal of Philosophy, Vol. XXII, No. Folder 2: 5 Wandering Thoughts , Related correspondence, Offprints from the Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Philosophy, , with comments in unknown hand. Elsbach, 'Kant and Einstein', XXIV No. Original German manuscript, n. Photocopies of printed German version with comments; photocopies of English translation Warburg's Concept of Kulturwissenschaft and its Meaning for Aesthetics , with comments.
Related notes, articles and correspondence, XXVI No. Jahrhunderts , Materialien zu einer Whitehead-Kritik , XXI No. Bernhard Buschendorf, Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, One paperback copy. Restrictions on Access : Some papers are closed. Wind 64 Language s of Material: English Extent: 1 box 4 folders Scope and Content Folder 1: 13 Kulturwissenschaftliche Bibliographie zum Nachleben der Antike and English translation 14 A Bibliography of the Survival of the Classics , , one copy of Kulturwissenschaftliche Bibliographie zum Nachhleben der Antike, Erster Band: Die Erscheinungen des Jahres ; offprint of introduction to English version; excerpts of correspondence between Edgar Wind and Ernst Gombrich relating to the Bibliography, ; notes by Margaret Wind; correspondence relating to a planned reprint of the German introduction Einleitung , ; English translation by C.
Gooden and P. Graz with comments and corrections; related notes and articles. Januar Warburg, un inconnu', c. Original typescript with notes; offprint from the Journal of the Warburg Institute, Vol. Carbon copy of typescript; offprints from Journal of the Warburg Institute, Vol. Original and carbon copy of typescript; offprints from Journal of the Warburg Institute, Vol. Original typescript; notes by Edgar Wind; notes by Margaret Wind and correspondence, ; related photocopies and photographs.
Folder 2: 25 Studies of Allegorical Portraiture I , Offprints from the Journal of the Warburg Institute, Vol. Related photographs. Original typescript; offprint from Journal of the Warburg Institute, Vol. Offprint from Journal of the Warburg Institute, Vol. Book by Friedrich Gundolf edited by Edgar Wind, related correspondence only, Photocopies of entries by Edgar Wind. Offprint from the Journal of the Warburg Institute, Vol.
Correspondence, notes and articles relating to 32 and 33 , c. Typescript; photocopy of article in the Journal of the Warburg Institute, Vol. The Case History of a Pattern , Typescript and offprints from the Journal of the Warburg Institute, Vol. Typescript; offprints from the Journal of the Warburg Institute, Vol. Typescript; offprints from the Journal of the Warburg Institute, No.
Articles; correspondence relating to an exhibition about John Closterman at the National Portrait Gallery, c. Correspondence relating to the gift of two books Marcus Aurelius Antonius, 'Meditations' and Quinti Horatii Flacci, 'Poemata' from Edgar Wind's library to the Bodleian Library, ; copies of The Bodleian Library Record, and with mentions of the gift and the books; correspondence relating to Shaftesbury's annotations in the books; typescripts, notes and correspondence relating to an article by Raymond Klibansky 'From Shaftesbury's Library', ; miscellaneous items referring to James Harris, Hurn Court and the Malmesbury Family; correspondence Edgar Wind with Lord Shaftesbury relating to visits to St.
Giles House, Typescript draft with notes, s; offprints from the Journal of Warburg Institute Vol. Bromley and Edmond S. Also includes two brochures about Hampton Court Palace, c. IV No. XL No. The Hogarth, Constable, Turner Exhibition , Typescript; copy of Art News, Vol. XLV No. A Study of the Succession of Savonarola , Offprint from Gazette des Beaux-Arts see Michelangelo papers. Slide list; correspondence with John Walker relating to preliminary plans for publication, , articles by, or relating to, John Walker, IV, 15, i; WIND 77] Folder 2: Correspondence with Phil Hofer, Harvard College Library, and Harvard University Press relating to the edition of Bellini's 'Feast of the Gods' and subsequent copyright issues, ; correspondence on publication, ; reviews, publisher's notices, ; printed references and related articles, Also includes related articles and photographs and a draft version of A Note on Bacchus and Ariadne.
Also includes related notes and correspondence. Photocopies of article in Music and Criticism, ; typescript, c. A Reply to Some Recent Reflections , Also includes a copy of The Art Bulletin, Vol. Offprints from Harvard Library Bulletin, Vol. A Study in the Symbolism of Michelangelo , Copy of Measure, Vol. Letter to the editor printed in The Burlington Magazine, Vol. XCII, Mar ; related photograph see also Copy of The Burlington Magazine, Vol. XCII, ; original typescript; typescript version transcribed from a telephone recording, 13 June ; notes by Edgar Wind and Margaret Wind; photocopy of original typescript with revisions, ; photocopy of German version Die Beredsamkeit der Symbole published in Akzente, 2 ; correspondence relating to the German version, A Critical Statement , Offprint from The Art Bulletin, Vol.
Copy of The Art Bulletin, Vol. Typescripts of talks transcribed from telephone recordings, March ; related correspondence with the BBC, ; copies of The Listener, Vol. Knopf Inc. Also includes the various editions of the English translation, and , and related correspondence. Offprints from Dorothy Mine ed. Photocopy of papers of the international conference in Hamburg, Jul , including Edgar Wind's remarks on Peirce, published Typescript transcribed from telephone recording with corrections, ; typescript, c.
Also includes correspondence with the Bollingen Foundation, , and a letter to Josephine Boardman Crane, , relating to funding for publication, and a list of editions of 77 Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance. Wind 81 Language s of Material: English, French, Italian, Korean, Spanish Extent: 1 box 4 folders Scope and Content Folder 1: Correspondence with Adelphi Edizione and others, relating to Italian translations and editions of Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance , including the first edition of Misteri Pagani nel Rinascimento , , and the new Italian edition with corrections and revisions, Also includes notes about, and revisions of, the Spanish translation.
Includes excerpts of translation with comments and corrections. Wind 86 Language s of Material: French Extent: 1 box 1 folder Scope and Content Lists of illustrations for the French edition of Pagan Mysteries of the Renaissance ; photographs and photocopies of photographs in sequence, some with notes and correspondence relating to image permissions.
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Photographs mounted on cardboard pages, with captions. Photographs mounted on cardboard, scaling details. Also includes some notes and correspondence relating to Picasso, The Three Graces, Photographs mounted on cardboard with captions, some with notes or printing instructions, No. Also includes a revised list of illustrations. Some photographs mounted on cardboard with captions, some with notes, No. Also includes two letters relating to corrections for the first edition, Janson, C.
Also includes poems by Peter Russell and W. Jones inspired by Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance. Also contains miscellaneous notes and corrections relating to French and Italian editions. Copy of first edition of Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance with some corrections and annotations, labelled ' rev RH'. Copy of the second impression of the first edition of Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance with additions and corrections by Edgar Wind, labelled ' 2nd imp.
Copy of the second impression of the first edition of Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance with some corrections by Edgar Wind, labelled ' 2nd Imp. Copy of enlarged and revised paperback edition of Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance with corrections by Edgar Wind, in black folder labelled ' Penguin E. Unannotated [proof] copy of enlarged and revised paperback edition of Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance. Copy of 2nd, new and enlarged hardback edition of Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance with notes and corrections by Margaret Wind, Mrs.
Baldwin and others. Copy of 2nd, new and enlarged hardback edition of Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance with notes, additions and corrections prepared for Alianza Italian publisher , Copy of the Spanish edition of Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance with some corrections. Copy of the French edition of Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance with some corrections.
Includes envelope with spare copies of the list of illustrations. Press cuttings and photocopy. Also includes the article of the same title the letter is referring to, published in The Times Literary Supplement, 23 May Edgar Wind's contribution to E. Jacob ed. Offprint, correspondence, review, Correspondence with Anna Kallin 'Niouta' and others at the BBC relating to the organisation and the content of the lectures, Includes first draft of scripts for the first two lectures, and a cassette tape with a recording of Lecture VI, originally broadcast 18 Dec LXIV Nos.
Notices and reviews of broadcasts, press cuttings, Reviews and printed letters relating to English language editions of the book version, press cuttings, ; reviews of Italian editions, press cuttings and photocopies, , and Reviews of Dutch edition, , of German edition, , of French edition, Related articles, press cuttings, Includes related letters by Ellis Waterhouse, , Alfred V.
Frankenstein, , and Isaiah Berlin, Personal and scholarly letters received on the broadcasts and relating to the and book editions, Clapp, Kenneth Clark, W. Constable, C. Letters from the general public received on the broadcast of the lectures, Requests from publishers to publish Reith Lectures, ; correspondence with Faber and Faber Ltd. Correspondence with Alfred A. Knopf, Faber and Faber Ltd. Original photographs, extra copies for publication, negatives. Also includes some letters received on publication, Also includes Edgar Wind's original version of addenda, ; original foreign language texts and quotations rendered in English by Edgar Wind.
Also includes comments by Austin Gill. Also includes paperback copy of Edgar Wind, Kunst en anarchie, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, , with some corrections. Also includes an enquiry from Serbian publisher, Stein, Also includes comments by Peter Ganz and Jim Reed. Wind Language s of Material: German, English Extent: 1 box 4 folders Scope and Content Folder 1: Edgar Wind's rough drafts for the German version of the six Reith Lectures [ Art and Anarchy ], taken from dictation, with his own casual revisions and redacted in various hands.
Wind Language s of Material: German, English Extent: 1 box 2 folders Scope and Content Folder 1: Correspondence with Suhrkamp Verlag and others relating to a proposed revised German translation of Art and Anarchy , ; publisher's announcements for Suhrkamp edition of Kunst und Anarchie. Copy with corrections. Copy with addenda, , and other notes by Edgar Wind. Copy with empty pages, note and corrections by Edgar Wind and in unknown hand. Copy with corrections for Duckworth.
Third edition with new introduction by John Bayley. Copy with corrections by Margaret Wind and in unknown hand. German edition of Art and Anarchy. Copy with corrections by Margaret Wind. Correspondence about a Festschrift for Erwin Panofsky, ; letter of thanks by Erwin Panofsky, ; offprint from Millard Meiss ed. Comparative material and photographs. Press cuttings of Edgar Wind's article published in The Times Literary Supplement, 25 Oct ; related letters to the editor and correspondence, , including letters from John Pope-Hennessy, Margaret Whinney, Seymour Howard and Cecil Roberts; related notes and articles; photographs.
Offprint from The Proceedings of the British Academy, Volume LI, ; correspondence with the British Academy relating to the lecture and its publication, ; letters received on publication, , correspondents including Austin Gill, John Pope- Hennessy, Maurice Bowra and Alfred Neumeyer; correspondence relating to re-publishing the lecture in George Holmes ed. Press cutting, related correspondence, letters to the editor by James Byam Shaw and others; 90 Noble Catalogue , Press cutting and related correspondence. Copy of book with some corrections by Margaret Wind.
Lists of illustrations, photocopies of illustrations, permissions for photographs. First proofs of illustrations pages, final proofs of text. Photocopies of original edition with notes and revisions by JR, some revisions by Margaret Wind and in unknown hand. Related works, photographs. Edgar Wind's notes, related articles and correspondence, including notes by Austin Gill. Correspondence, , , reviews, Original mock-up of illustrations, No.
Lists of Illustrations with sources of photographs, miscellaneous photos. John's Hospital Bruges. John's Altarpiece, Marriage of St. Catherine, St. Folder 2: Memling, Adam and Eve shutters of dismantled triptych. Folder 3: Memling, Marreel Altarpiece. Folder 4: Memling, Jacob Floreins Altarpiece. Folder 5: Memling, Shrine of St. Folder 6: Memling, Angel with Sword Fragment.
Folder 8: Memling, St. Sebastian Detail. Folder 9: Memling, Veronica's Napkin. Folder Memling, Portraits identified. Folder Memling, Portraits unidentified. Folder Memling, Virgin and Child Detail. Folder Memling, Nieuwenhove Diptych. Folder 2: Jan van Eyck, Ghent Altarpiece. Folder 3: Memling, Jan Floreins Altarpiece. Folder 5: Memling, St. John the Baptist, St. Folder 6: Hugo van der Goes. Folder 7: Memling, Spuria vel Dubia. Folder 8: Memling workshop , Virgin and Child.
Folder 9: Hugo van der Goes, Pontinari Altarpiece. Folder Memling, The Arrival of the Magi. Aby Warburg and his work , Correspondence, , ; related articles, Includes an early draft with important material later omitted from the published article, with comments by Austin Gill. Studies in Humanist Art , c. Includes a draft by Charles Mitchell for the introduction, and related correspondence, , and correspondence relating to a grant from the Louise Crane Foundation towards publication costs, Also includes correspondence about publishing 96 Hume and the Heroic Portrait.
Also includes some correspondence relating to a possible German edition, Also includes some correspondence relating to possible German editions of The Eloquence of Symbols and Hume and the Heroic Portrait , , and papers relating to typography and layout matters. Also includes some notes and corrections relating to illustrations. Restrictions on Access : Closed. Publisher's notices of publication, publicity material, Oxford University Press catalogues, dust jackets; letters received on publication, Working copies of chapter 1 On Plato's Philosophy of Art and chapter 2 Warburg's Concept of Kulturwissenschaft and its Meaning for Aesthetics, with notes and corrections.
Publisher's notices and reviews of the Italian revised edition of The Eloquence of Symbols , ; revised Edgar Wind bibliography for Italian edition. Estudios sobe arte humanista, Madrid: Alianza Editorial, Paperback copy of Spanish revised edition. Restrictions on Access : Some folders are closed. Proofs of Brazilian edition of The Eloquence of Symbols , c. Proofs of illustrations for Brazilian edition of The Eloquence of Symbols , c. Also includes correspondence between Margaret Wind and T. Reed's translation revised by L.
Reed's translation with further revisions by J. Reid, Peter Hacker, P. Ganz, C. Gooden, Raymond Klibansky and others. Jaynie Anderson, Oxford: Clarendon Press, Printed copy with some corrections and comments [by Margaret Wind]. Reviews and related articles, ; also includes some related letters, comments and articles, Also includes drafts of the preface by Jaynie Anderson, and some notes and corrections by Margaret Wind.
Wind Language s of Material: English Extent: 1 box 3 folders Scope and Content Folder 1: Miscellaneous related photographs with some notes; permissions. Photocopies of photographs with layout instructions by Margaret Wind and notes to printer. Wind Language s of Material: English Extent: 1 box 5 folders Scope and Content Folder 1: Notes, correspondence and other papers relating to US copyright renewals for 77 Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance and 81 Art and Anarchy , ; to subsidiary rights and granting of permissions by The Clarendon Press [Oxford University Press], ; photocopy of contract with Oxford University Press for a publication Theological Sources of Michelangelo , unfulfilled, ; contracts and related correspondence for 95 The Eloquence of Symbols and 96 Hume and the Heroic Portrait , and foreign editions, also royalties, Wind Language s of Material: English Extent: 1 box 5 folders Scope and Content Folder 1: Miscellaneous notes: Notes relating to various titles for series of lectures, on The Arts in the Age of Science , poetic meaning, vicarious experience, catharsis, and Jung.
Also includes references to Husserl's phenomenology. Munro, Evolution in the Arts and other Theories of Culture History , ; article and notes relating to art of the insane and to psychoanalysis. Photographs of Athena, Greek sculpture; photographs of Roman sarcophagi and funerary reliefs. Roman sarcophagi miscellaneous, photographs of Roman artefacts and postcard images of the Vatican Grotto. Notes relating to Greek and Roman funerary symbols, 'Dance of Death, dance as ecstasy, Hypnos; related offprints.
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Mounted photographs of Prometheus and Amazons. Mounted photographs of Roman sarcophagi depicting the triumphal procession of Bacchus from India, the Ariadne Sarcophagus and Dionysian sarcophagi. Photographs of sarcophagi depicting other myths, decorative sarcophagi, Campana reliefs, Greek reliefs including youth characterised as actor. Petri Hamburg. Notes and photographs relating to, and of, histories of bibliography and printing bibliography , notes relating to Boissard, Giovanni Boltraffio altarpieces , Bonifazio Holy Family , Richard Bonington Scene in Venice. Notes, correspondence and photographs relating to, or of, Bosch letter from Franz Rapp relating to the Adoration of the Magi, ; Botticelli Lectures and , 'Classical Sources of Botticelli, lecture lists and notes , Botticelli miscellaneous notes Mystic Nativity, Calumny of Apelles, Pallas and the Centaur, Ashmolean drawing , Breughel, Brunelleschi, Burckhardt on music correspondence with D.
Grout, Notes and photographs relating to, or of, Caravaggio, Carpaccio Inscriptions on Renaissance paintings, Carracci Edgar Wind's sketches identifying subjects at Galeria Farnese. Notes and photographs relating to, or of, classical mythology, Jarvis Collection Yale. Notes and photographs relating to, or of, secular, allegorical and sacred art, comparative pieces; related articles. Extensive notes, draft of article, c.
Correspondence with the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge relating to the Rede Lecture , , reports in The Times and the Daily Telegraph, lists of illustrations, notes and first draft of partial written text, Summer see also Chapter 'On Imitation' in Raphael papers. Drafts and alternative versions of the Rede Lecture, Manuscript drafts, notes and quotations for Rede Lecture, Revised versions of, and missing references relating to, the Rede Lecture, Notes, bibliography and photographs relating to, and of, the Winkelmann Neo-Classical Exhibition at the Royal Academy, Also includes correspondence, with John Pope-Hennessy and others, relating to Winkelmann and the exhibition, and Quotations relating to the Winkelmann exhibition, ; photographs of the Lessing monument in Berlin.
Miscellaneous notes, also on Romanticism. Notes and photographs relating to, and of, Acacius and the Martyrdom of the Fen, Melancholia see also 67 IV, 20, vi , Chaos and Melancholy in Renaissance Iconography lecture lists , secular works, religious works; miscellaneous notes. Notes and photographs relating to, or about, Echec amoureux; Encyclopaedia copy of Memorandum on Encyclopaedic Studies for the Committee on Social Thought, see also Chicago I, 8, ii ; Erasmus lecture lists Smith College, notes, related articles including J.
McConica, 'Erasmus and the Grammar of Consent', , photographs. Photographs of drawings from Il Trattato d'architettura, bronze doors of St. Peter's, Rome. Notes, photographs and articles relating to Manet, Astruc, Zola. Miscellaneous 19th Century. Photographs of Baudelaire drawings, notes on Baudelaire on portraits. Notes, correspondence and photographs relating to, or of, Garofolo letter by Cecil Gould, , related article by Jaynie Anderson ; gems notes, correspondence with C.
Josten, , and David Irwin, ; Ghilberti photographs of bronze doors of the Florence baptistery. Gombrich ; the Three Graces articles, poem by E. Dodds, letter by Sidney Feshbach, Photographs negatives of works; notes, slide lists and correspondence relating to lecture at Dumbarton Oaks, Correspondence, notes and bibliography relating to seminar at Houghton Library, Harvard, ; correspondence with C.
Miscellaneous illustrations and notes, including a draft of a passage from Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance on 'serio ludere'; photo negatives. Iconographic Index; notes, correspondence and photographs relating to and of, emblems and emblem books; miscellaneous notes and bibliography; 17th century gouache of a lady as Astraea.
Notes, part texts, correspondence and photographs relating to, and of, Simonetta Vespucci and Raphael's Transfiguration; transcriptions of BBC broadcast of lecture and related correspondence, Notes relating to 'The Fallacy of Pure Art' 'Old notes', 'Aesthetics', 'new notes' ; miscellaneous notes and fragments of text. Notes, lecture lists and photographs relating to, and of, Laocoon. Notes, correspondence and photographs relating to, and of, Lucian correspondence with David Cast, ; Lucretius correspondence with C.
Aesthetic Judgement, BBC discussion between Edgar Wind and Stuart Hampshire, related correspondence, notes, transcript ; correspondence with Isaiah Berlin and extensive notes and quotations relating to Hegel Lecture in Oxford, ; correspondence with Clarendon Press, Dan Davin and others relating to a translation of Hegel, 'Introduction to Aesthetics', Outline of lecture course 'Grundbegriffe der Geschichte und Kulturphilosophie', new typed version.
Outline of lecture course 'Grundbegriffe der Geschichte und Kulturphilosophie', carbon copies of original typescripts and notes. Notes on force, knots, Last Supper, Madonna of the Aqueduct, Leda, physiognomy, altarpieces; miscellaneous notes and articles relating to Leonardo's works. Photographs of, or relating to, drawing of machines and architecture. Photographs of, or relating to, geometrical drawings, allegorical drawings, miscellaneous.
Photographs of, or relating to, drawings of water, rocks and clouds, maps. Leonardo Lectures Michaelmas Term , reconstructed from original lecture lists. Leonardo Lectures at The Royal Institution, , reconstructed from original lecture list. Typed lists with photocopies of images used for the lecture 'The Academy of Leonardo da Vinci'. Photographs of, or relating to, drawings of anatomy and human figures.
Photographs of, or relating to, drawings of human heads and caricature. Photographs of, or relating to, drawings of animals and plants. Photographs of, or relating to, drawings of biblical motives, mythology. Photographs of comparative material. Photographs of, or relating to, miscellaneous Leonardo works. Notes and photographs relating to, and of, Marcantonio Raimondi explanation of emblematic figures , Massys, Mazzola-Bedolli, Melozzo da Forli.
Notes, photographs and photostats relating to, and of, monsters. Notes and photographs relating to, and of, Morelli including correspondence with T. Grange, ; Master of Moulins. Notes, bibliography and lecture lists for lectures at Smith College and in Oxford 'Renaissance Medals' , , Also includes lectures reconstructed from original lecture lists. Photographs of Renaissance Medals Hill , Hill Photographs of Renaissance Medals Hill b, Hill George, J. Soby, Rosenberg Collection. Hodler and J. Photographs and negatives of works of modern realism and formalism, modern religion and mythology Schmidt-Rottluff, Gaugin etc.
Lists and photostats relating to works of Paul Klee. Correspondence and notes relating to the Morgan Library Lecture, , also correspondence with Faber and Faber relating to a contribution to an essay volume 'Europe in the Late Middle Ages', , and correspondence Margaret Wind with the Pierpont Morgan Library, ; drafts of lecture or essay, photographs and related articles. Photographs of illuminated manuscript, Didymus Alexandrinus for Matthias Corvinus; comparative material photographs, articles, negatives. Notes and some correspondence by Margaret Wind; photographs.
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Notes, articles and photographs relating to, and of, Pontorno letter by Pamela Askew, ; Poussin; Psyche and Psychoanalysis, including correspondence with Prof Brian Farrell about art therapy and art of the insane, c. Lecture lists, notes and photographs relating to, and of, lecture 'Illustrations to Plato', Smith College and Oxford, Correspondence with Allan Gilbert, Tom Rosenmeyer and others relating to Plato; extracts from various classical and neo-platonic sources, London s.
Notes, correspondence and photographs relating to, and of, Rembrandt anatomical paintings ; Renaissance lectures lecture lists and notes for 'Contemporary Aspects of Renaissance Tradition', , 'The Philosophy of Art in Renaissance Art', 'Iconography of the Renaissance, ; related correspondence; see also English 18th Century Art ; Restoration articles; letter by Lincoln Kirstein, Constanza, S.
Prudenziana, S. Notes, correspondence, articles and photographs relating to, and of, Reynolds Portrait of the Marlborough Family, Marlborough Gems, Children Frightened by a Mask , classical sources, comparative material. Notes, correspondence and photographs relating to, and of, Saffaro see also Raphael V, 7 ; Florentine Salvers marriage and birth salvers, see also Amor V, 3, viii ; Sansovino Neptune, Apollo. Photographs and some notes relating to symbols, emblems, allegories. Photostats of contemporary texts, related negatives; queries relating to Titian correspondence with Heinrich Schwarz, , W.
Extent: 1 box 3 folders Scope and Content Miscellaneous notes, photographs and negatives, and bibliography: Folder 1: Miscellaneous notes, mostly by Margaret Wind, only some identified as relating to Julian the Apostate, Hume Raphael, and Rome, n. Wind Language s of Material: English Extent: 1 box 3 folders Scope and Content Folder 1: Summary of Michelangelo material in Edgar Wind papers, chronology of Edgar Wind's work on Michelangelo, suggestions for publication Elizabeth Sears, John Krois ; old lists of papers relating to Theological Sources of Michelangelo 'Papers contained in the grey box' ; Edgar Wind's drafts and notes for contents of Theological Sources of Michelangelo , s; illustration lists; later notes for contents, c.
References for texts and illustrations, early editions; notes by Margaret Wind. Spirito'; 'Madonna della Scala'; 'Domenico Beniveini'. Also includes miscellaneous illustrations of Michelangelo's early works. Edgar Wind's reconstructions drawings, paste-ups, fragments ; typescript, notes, articles, photographs also relating to the Battle of Anghiari. Die Sixtinische Decke , 4. Die Sixtinische Decke , Original typescript with notes and corrections by Edgar Wind. Carbon copies. Wind Language s of Material: English Extent: 1 box 4 folders Scope and Content Folder 1: Draft, notes and comments relating to Edgar Wind's article on Typology in Kugler's Handbook of the History of Painting, related articles; general plan and original scheme of the Sistine Ceiling drawings by Karl Schneider, photographs, negatives.
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But I am also a father, and I feel deeply about my responsibility to my children I didn't feel right about tearing myself away from my family to the extent that is necessary in a Presidential campaign. Kennedy 's Profiles in Courage. Gore carried seven states in the primaries, finishing third overall. Although Gore initially denied that he intended to run, his candidacy was the subject of speculation: "National analysts make Sen. Gore a long-shot for the Presidential nomination, but many believe he could provide a natural complement for any of the other candidates: a young, attractive, moderate Vice Presidential nominee from the South.
He currently denies any interest, but he carefully does not reject the idea out of hand. CNN noted that, "in , for the first time, 12 Southern states would hold their primaries on the same day, dubbed "Super Tuesday". Gore thought he would be the only serious Southern contender; he had not counted on Jesse Jackson. Gore then dropped out of the race.
Gore was eventually able to mend fences with Jackson, who supported the Clinton-Gore ticket in and , and campaigned for the Gore-Lieberman ticket during the presidential election. Gore was initially hesitant to be Bill Clinton 's running mate for the United States presidential election , but after clashing with the George H.
Bush administration over global warming issues, he decided to accept the offer. Clinton's choice was criticized as unconventional because rather than picking a running mate who would diversify the ticket , Clinton chose a fellow Southerner who shared his political ideologies and who was nearly the same age as Clinton. When he joined Bill Clinton's ticket, it violated the old rules. Regional diversity? Not with two Southerners from neighboring states.
Ideological balance? A couple of left-of-center moderates. And yet, Gore has come to be regarded by strategists in both parties as the best vice presidential pick in at least 20 years. Gore called the ticket "a new generation of leadership". The ticket increased in popularity after the candidates traveled with their wives, Hillary and Tipper, on a "six-day, 1,mile bus ride, from New York to St. Clinton and Gore were inaugurated on January 20, At the beginning of the first term, they developed a "two-page agreement outlining their relationship".
Clinton committed himself to regular lunch meetings; he recognized Gore as a principal adviser on nominations and appointed some of Gore's chief advisers to key White House staff positions. Clinton involved Gore in decision-making to an unprecedented degree for a Vice President. Through their weekly lunches and daily conversations, Gore became the president's "indisputable chief adviser".
However, Gore had to compete with First Lady Hillary for President Clinton's influence, starting when she was appointed to the health-care task force without Gore's consultation. Vanity Fair wrote that President Clinton's "failure to confide in his vice president was a telling sign of the real pecking order", and reported "it was an open secret that some of Hillary's advisers Gore had a particular interest in reducing "waste, fraud, and abuse in the federal government and advocated trimming the size of the bureaucracy and the number of regulations.
Besides the record-high surpluses and the record-low poverty rates, the economy could boast the longest economic expansion in history; the lowest unemployment since the early s; and the lowest poverty rates for single mothers, black Americans, and the aged. According to Leslie Budd, author of E-economy: Rhetoric or Business Reality , this economic success was due, in part, to Gore's continued role as an Atari Democrat , promoting the development of information technology , which led to the dot-com boom c. Also earmarked [were] a raft of basic technologies like digital imaging and data storage.
During the election and his term as Vice President, Gore popularized the term Information Superhighway , which became synonymous with the Internet , and he was involved in the creation of the National Information Infrastructure. He was involved in a number of projects including NetDay '96 and 24 Hours in Cyberspace. The Clinton—Gore administration also launched the first official White House website in and subsequent versions through Gore was also involved in environmental initiatives. He launched the GLOBE program on Earth Day '94, an education and science activity that, according to Forbes magazine , "made extensive use of the Internet to increase student awareness of their environment".
Gore negotiated and strongly supported the Kyoto Protocol to reduce greenhouse gasses , but said upon his return that the administration would not submit the treaty to the Senate for ratification until it was amended to include "meaningful participation by key developing nations",    The Senate had previously passed unanimously 95—0 the Byrd—Hagel Resolution S. The U. Department of Justice investigation into the fund-raising activities had uncovered evidence that Chinese agents sought to direct contributions from foreign sources to the Democratic National Committee DNC before the presidential campaign.
The Chinese embassy in Washington, D. In , Gore became involved in a "Chinagate" campaign finance controversy over his attendance at an event at the Buddhist Hsi Lai Temple in Hacienda Heights, California. I knew it was a political event, and I knew there were finance people that were going to be present, and so that alone should have told me, 'This is inappropriate and this is a mistake; don't do this.
It was a mistake. I was advised there was nothing wrong with that. My counsel tells me there is no controlling legal authority that says that is any violation of any law. In Spring , Conrad asked Reno to appoint an independent counsel to continue the investigation. After looking into the matter, Reno judged that the appointment of an independent counsel was unwarranted. During the s, Gore spoke out on a number of issues. In a speech on the Gulf War , Gore stated that he twice attempted to get the U. Soon afterward, Gore also had to contend with the Lewinsky scandal , which involved an affair between President Clinton and a White House intern, Monica Lewinsky.
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Gore initially defended Clinton, whom he believed to be innocent, stating, "He is the president of the country! He is my friend I want to ask you now, every single one of you, to join me in supporting him. There was talk of a potential run in the presidential race by Gore as early as January In response to Wolf Blitzer 's question: "Why should Democrats, looking at the Democratic nomination process, support you instead of Bill Bradley ", Gore responded:. I'll be offering my vision when my campaign begins. And it will be comprehensive and sweeping.
And I hope that it will be compelling enough to draw people toward it. I feel that it will be. But it will emerge from my dialogue with the American people. I've traveled to every part of this country during the last six years. I took the initiative in moving forward a whole range of initiatives that have proven to be important to our country's economic growth and environmental protection, improvements in our educational system.
Agre and journalist Eric Boehlert argued that three articles in Wired News led to the creation of the widely spread urban legend that Gore claimed to have "invented the Internet", which followed this interview. Internet pioneers Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn stated that "we don't think, as some people have argued, that Gore intended to claim he 'invented' the Internet.
Moreover, there is no question in our minds that while serving as Senator, Gore's initiatives had a significant and beneficial effect on the still-evolving Internet. It was very powerful. Housing went up, suburban boom happened, everybody became mobile. Al was attuned to the power of networking much more than any of his elective colleagues. His initiatives led directly to the commercialization of the Internet. So he really does deserve credit.
Gore is not the Father of the Internet, but in all fairness, Gore is the person who, in the Congress, most systematically worked to make sure that we got to an Internet, and the truth is—and I worked with him starting in when I got [to Congress], we were both part of a "futures group"—the fact is, in the Clinton administration, the world we had talked about in the '80s began to actually happen.
I asked him about the differences he had with Bill Bradley Honestly, at the time, when he said it, it didn't dawn on me that this was going to have the impact that it wound up having, because it was distorted to a certain degree and people said they took what he said, which was a carefully phrased comment about taking the initiative and creating the Internet to—I invented the Internet. And that was the sort of shorthand, the way his enemies projected it and it wound up being a devastating setback to him and it hurt him, as I'm sure he acknowledges to this very day.
Gore himself would later poke fun at the controversy. During a speech that he gave on June 16, , in Carthage, Tennessee , Gore formally announced his candidacy for president. His major theme was the need to strengthen the American family. Gore responded, "I love this country. I love the First Amendment Let me say in response to those who may have chosen an inappropriate way to make their point, that actually the crisis of AIDS in Africa is one that should command the attention of people in the United States and around the world.
Texas Governor and likely Republican presidential nominee George W. Gore's advisers believed that the "Lewinsky scandal and Bill's past womanizing Consequently, Gore's presidential campaign "veered too far in differentiating himself from Bill and his record and had difficulty taking advantage of the Clinton administration's legitimate successes". In addition, Hillary's candidacy for the open Senate seat in New York exacerbated the "three-way tensions evident in the White House since ", as "not only was Hillary unavailable as a campaigner, she was poaching top Democratic fund-raisers and donors who would normally concentrate on the vice president".
In one instance "Hillary insisted on being invited [to a Los Angeles fundraiser for the vice president]—over the objections of the event's organizers", where the First Lady "shocked the vice president's supporters by soliciting donations for herself in front of Tipper". Gore faced an early challenge by former New Jersey senator Bill Bradley.
Gore then swept all of the primaries on Super Tuesday while Bradley finished a distant second in each state. On March 9, , after failing to win any of the first 20 primaries and caucuses in the election process, Bradley withdrew his campaign and endorsed Gore. Gore eventually went on to win every primary and caucus and, in March even won the first primary election ever held over the Internet, the Arizona Presidential Primary. On August 13, , Gore announced that he had selected Senator Joe Lieberman of Connecticut as his vice presidential running mate.
Lieberman became "the first person of the Jewish faith to run for the nation's second-highest office. Gore and Bush were deadlocked in the polls. While both sides claimed victory after each, Gore was critiqued as either too stiff, too reticent, or too aggressive in contrast to Bush. On election night, news networks first called Florida for Gore, later retracted the projection, and then called Florida for Bush, before finally retracting that projection as well.
The Florida recount was stopped a few weeks later by the U. Supreme Court. In the ruling, Bush v. Gore , the Justices held that the Florida recount was unconstitutional and that no constitutionally valid recount could be completed by the December 12 deadline, effectively ending the recounts. This 7—2 vote ruled that the standards the Florida Supreme Court provided for a recount were unconstitutional due to violations of the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment , and further ruled 5—4 that no constitutionally valid recount could be completed by the December 12 deadline.
This case ordered an end to recounting underway in selected Florida counties, effectively giving George W. Bush a  vote victory in Florida and consequently Florida's 25 electoral votes and the presidency. Bill Clinton and Gore had maintained an informal public distance for eight years, but they reunited for the media in August Clinton had arranged for the release of two female journalists who were being held hostage in North Korea. The women were employees of Gore's Current TV.
Beginning in , Gore began to publicly criticize the Bush administration. In a September 23 speech that he gave before the Commonwealth Club of California , Gore criticized Bush and Congress for the rush to war prior to the outbreak of hostilities in Iraq. But look at the differences between the resolution that was voted on in and the one this administration is proposing that the Congress vote on in The circumstances are really completely different. To review a few of them briefly: in , Iraq had crossed an international border, invaded a neighboring sovereign nation and annexed its territory.
Now by contrast in , there has been no such invasion. Gore stated: "They even claim that those of us who disagree with their point of view are waging war against people of faith. I do want you to know that it does not represent the desires or wishes or feelings of the majority of the citizens of my country. He attributes this phenomenon to the influence of television and argues that it endangers American democracy.
By contrast, Gore argues, the Internet can revitalize and ultimately "redeem the integrity of representative democracy. Referring to his own previous criticism of the Bush administrations, Gore stated: "I waited two years after I left office to make statements that were critical, and then of the policy You know, you talk about somebody that shouldn't be talking about making the country less safe, invading a country that did not attack us and posed no serious threat to us at all.
Kline informed Gore and Simon of the desperate conditions at the hospital and asked Gore and Simon to arrange relief. On Gore's personal financial commitment, two airlines each provided a plane with one flight latter underwritten by Larry Flax. The flights were flown by volunteer airline crews and medically staffed by Gore's cousin, retired Col. Dar LaFon, and family physician Dr. Gore used his political influence to expedite landing rights in New Orleans.
People were speculating that Gore would be a candidate for the presidential election a bumper sticker, "Re-elect Gore in ! One observer concluded it was "Al Gore who has the best chance to defeat the incumbent president", noting that "of the 43 Presidents, only three have been direct descendants of former Presidents:" John Quincy Adams , Benjamin Harrison , and George W. Bush , that "all three won the office only after Andrew Jackson and Grover Cleveland "each won a sort of immortality—having his image placed on a unit of US currency", and that Gore should answer this call of history.
The prospect of a Gore candidacy arose again between and early in light of the upcoming presidential election. Although Gore frequently stated that he had "no plans to run", he did not reject the possibility of future involvement in politics which led to speculation that he might run. Gore began to give a speech that appeared to be leading up to an announcement that he would run for president. However, background music drowned him out and he was escorted offstage, implying that it was a rehearsed gag, which he later acknowledged. Interest in having Gore run for the presidential election arose in and again in , although he did not declare any intention to do so.
After announcing he would not run in the U. Gore, a powerhouse of the establishment, so threatened the other Democratic candidates that they began the attacks on his candidacy that helped derail it. During the primaries , Gore remained neutral toward all of the candidates  which led to speculation that he would come out of a brokered Democratic National Convention as a "compromise candidate" if the party decided it could not nominate one.
However, Democratic officials and Gore's spokeswoman stated that during the meeting the only subject under discussion was the climate crisis, and Gore would not be joining the Obama administration. Gore repeated his neutrality eight years later during the Democratic presidential primaries of until endorsing Hillary Clinton on July 25, , the first day of that year's Democratic National Convention. Gore has been involved with environmental issues since , when as a freshman congressman, he held the "first congressional hearings on the climate change, and co-sponsor[ed] hearings on toxic waste and global warming.
He was known as one of the Atari Democrats , later called the "Democrats' Greens, politicians who see issues like clean air, clean water and global warming as the key to future victories for their party. In , Senator Gore presided over a three-day conference with legislators from over 42 countries which sought to create a Global Marshall Plan , "under which industrial nations would help less developed countries grow economically while still protecting the environment.
In , he co-launched Generation Investment Management , a company for which he serves as Chair. In , Gore became a vegan. I felt better, so I've continued with it and I'm likely to continue it for the rest of my life. The film documents his continuing efforts to battle climate change. A "Climate and Health Summit" which was originally going to be held by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , was cancelled without warning in late January, In August during an interview with LADbible , Al Gore continued to show his support in the fight against climate change saying "Young people have the key role.
This climate movement change is in the tradition of other great morally based movements that have advanced the cause of human-kind". A conservative Washington, D. Data in An Inconvenient Truth have been questioned. In a court case , a British judge said that while he had "no doubt He ruled that the film could be shown to schoolchildren in the UK if guidance notes given to teachers were amended to balance out the film's one-sided political views. Gore's spokeswoman responded in that the court had upheld the film's fundamental thesis and its use as an educational tool.
In the late s and s, Gore was criticized for his involvement in asking the EPA for less strict pollution controls for the Pigeon River. Organizations including People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals PETA criticized Gore in for not advocating vegetarianism as a way for individuals to reduce their carbon footprint. President Donald Trump 's daughter Ivanka reported that she intended to make climate change one of her signature issues while her father served as President of the United States. She therefore contacted Al Gore, and he met with her and her father on December 5, , at Trump Tower.
Gore related that: "I had a lengthy and very productive session with the president-elect. It was a sincere search for areas of common ground. I had a meeting beforehand with Ivanka Trump. The bulk of the time was with the president-elect, Donald Trump. I found it an extremely interesting conversation, and to be continued, and I'm just going to leave it at that. Convention Primaries. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the former U.
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