Published  01/03/1966
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Studio International – March 1966

Studio International – March 1966

Volume 171 Number 875

Contents

86  Comment: The democratization of art/Jasia Reichardt

89  From a notebook on Robert Motherwell/Bryan Robertson

94  The Graphic Work of Oskar Kokoschka/J. P. Hodin

98  John Cecil Stephenson 1899-1965. A pioneer British abstract painter

100  Colin Lanceley: between painting and sculpture/Robert Hughes

102  Tim Scott: recent sculptures/Frank Whitford

103  Bryan Wall: sculptor of simplicity/Charles S. Spencer

106  On exhibition: a selection from current and forthcoming exhibitions

108  The Indian language of art

109  Judgment and identification. London Commentary/Edward Lucie-Smith

112  An evolution illuminated. New York Commentary/Dore Ashton

116  ‘Art...should change man’. Stockholm Commentary/Jean Clay

121  Art prices current: the rarity of Kirchner/George Savage

122  Book reviews/Michael Kitson, William Townsend, Quentin Bell, David Thompson

Editor/Peter Townsend
Advertisement Manager/Michael Kinloch
Art Editor/Tim Higgins

Editorial Advisory Committee/J. P. Hodin (International relations),
Alan Bowness, Andrew Forge, David Thompson

International Advisory Panel:
Austria: Dr Werner Hofmann
Argentina: Jorge Romero Brest
Belgium: Michel Seuphor
Brazil: Mario Pedrosa
France: Jacques Lassaigne
Germany: Dr Werner Schmalenbach
Holland: Prof. A. M. Hammacher
Israel: Haim Gamzu
Italy: Prof. G. C. Argan
Japan: Shuzo Takiguchi
Scandinavia: Reidar Revold
Spain: Alejandro Cirici-Pellicer
Switzerland: Dr Carola Giedeon-Welcker
U.S.A.: Thomas Messer, J. J. Sweeney
Yugoslavia: Aleksa Celebonovic



Studio International, March 1966, Volume 171 Number 875. Cover image: Designed by Mackay Graphics based on Oskar Kokoschka's Self portrait 1965. Lithograph, 27 1/2 x 39 1/2 in.

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