Selected Papers (Book Review)

Kuspit, Donald B.
September 1979
Art Bulletin;Sep79, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p501
Book Review
Reviews two books on art. 'Selected Papers, Traditional Art and Symbolism,' Vol. I: Selected Papers, Metaphysics,' Vol. II, by Amanda K. Coomaraswamy; 'His Life and Work,' Vol. III ( Bollingen Series, LXXXIX), by Roger Lipsey.


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