A D R I A N S T O K E S
PREFACE - references
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 Stokes, A. (1982) . Adrian Stokes 1902-72. A retrospective.
London: Arts Council of Great Britain, p. 36.
 Bowness, A., Coldstream, W., Forge, A. et. al. (1965), August 12) . Letter to the editor. The Times Literary Supplement, p. 697.
 Stokes, A. (1973) . A game that must be lost. Collected papers. Cheadle: Carcanet Press, p. 147.
 Stokes, A. (1981) . With all the views. The collected poems of Adrian Stokes. Manchester: Carcanet New Press, p. 159.
 Gowing, L. (Ed.) (1978) . The critical writings of Adrian Stokes. Vol. 1 1930-1937, Vol. II 1937-1958, Vol. III 1955-1967. Thames and Hudson. References are given by volume, title and page number where IO denotes Inside Out; AS - Art and Science; V - Venice; QC - The Quattro Cento ( II, IO, p. 157) .
 Stokes, A. (1965) . The invitation in art. With a preface by Richard Wollheim. London: Tavistock Publications, p. xxi.
 (Tate Gallery Archive: 8816. 181) The lecture transcript is titled An Influence of Buildings on the Graphic Arts in the West. An apparently contemporary pencil note to Rudolf Arnheim's Art and Visual Perception first published in 1954 and, in the text, to Stokes' own Michelangelo of 1955 give a terminus post quem for the lecture. The ideas contained in the lecture both refer back to Smooth and Rough ( 1951) and reflect, or anticipate, views contained in The Painting of our Time (1961). These dates suggest the lecture was written late fifties or earlier sixties although, of course, it could possibly be later. In itself it forms an original and lucid essay summarizing Stokes' views on the inter-relation of architecture and the graphic arts.
 II, AS, p. 203.
 II, V, p. 308.
 Tate Gallery Archive 8717; letter dated 10 Sept. 1962.
 Qtd. in Van Eck, C. (1994) . Organicism in nineteenth-century architecture. An inquiry into its theoretical and philosophical background. Amsterdam: Architectura & Natura Press, p. 183.
 Alberti, L. B. (1988) . On the art of building in ten books (J. Rykwert, N. Leach, R. Tavernor, Trans. ) . Cambridge, Mass., The MIT Press, p. 301.
 Ibid., p. 81.
 I, QC, p. 118.
 Lawrence, D. H. (1948). Sons and lovers. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books. (Original work published 1913) , p. 189.
 Read, H. (1945). A coat of many colours. Occasional essays. London: George Routledge & sons.
 Hustvedt, S. (1998). Not just bottles. Modern Painters, 11 (4) Winter, 20-25.
 Sylvester, D. (1997). About modern art. Critical essays 1948-97. London: Pimlico, p. 274.
 St. John Wilson, C. (1989) . The natural imagination. An essay on the experience of architecture. The Architectural Review, CLXXXV (1103) , 64-70.
 II, SmR, p. 240.
 Stokes, A. (1981) . With all the views. The collected poems of Adrian Stokes. Manchester: Carcanet New Press, p. 14. Introduction by Peter Robinson.
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