List of Mellon Lectures for the end of The Roots of Romanticism:
THE A. W. MELLON LECTURES IN THE FINE ARTS
Delivered at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
1952     Jacques Maritain, Creative Intuition in Art and Poetry
1953     Sir Kenneth Clark, The Nude: A Study of Ideal Form
1954     Sir Herbert Read, The Art of Sculpture
1955     Etienne Gilson, Art and Reality
1956     E. H. Gombrich, The Visible World and the Language of Art
1957     Sigfried Giedion, Constancy and Change in Art and Architecture
1958     Sir Anthony Blunt, Nicolas Poussin and French Classicism
1959     Naum Gabo, A Sculptor’s View of the Fine Arts
1960     Wilmarth Sheldon Lewis, Horace Walpole
1961     André Grabar, Christian Iconography and the Christian Religion in Antiquity
1962     Kathleen Raine, William Blake and Traditional Mythology
1963     Sir John Pope-Hennessy, Artist and Individual: Some Aspects of the Renaissance Portrait
1964     Jakob Rosenberg, On Quality in Art: Criteria of Excellence, Past and Present
1965     Sir Isaiah Berlin, Sources of Romantic Thought
1966     Lord David Cecil, Dreamer or Visionary: A Study of English Romantic Painting
1967     Mario Praz, On the Parallel of Literature and the Visual Arts
1968     Stephen Spender, Imaginative Literature and Painting
1969     Jacob Bronowski, Art as a Mode of Knowledge
1970     Sir Nikolaus Pevsner, Some Aspects of Nineteenth-Century Architecture
1971     T. S. R. Boase, Vasari: The Man and the Book
1972     Ludwig H. Heydenreich, Leonardo da Vinci
1973     Jacques Barzun, The Use and Abuse of Art
1974     H. W. Janson, Nineteenth-Century Sculpture Reconsidered
1975     H. C. Robbins Landon, Music in Europe in the Year 1776
1976     Peter von Blanckenhagen, Aspects of Classical Art
1977     André Chastel, The Sack of Rome: 1527
1978     Joseph W. Alsop, The History of Art Collecting
1979     John Rewald, Cézanne and America
1980     Peter Kidson, Principles of Design in Ancient and Medieval Architecture
1981     John Harris, Palladian Architecture in England, 1615-1760
1982     Leo Steinberg, The Burden of Michelangelo’s Painting
1983     Vincent Scully, The Shape of France
1984     Richard Wollheim, Painting as an Art
1985     James S. Ackerman, The Villa in History
1986     Lukas Foss, Confessions of a Twentieth-Century Composer
1987     Jaroslav Pelikan, Imago Dei: The Byzantine Apologia for Icons
1988     John Shearman, Art and the Spectator in the Italian Renaissance
1989     Oleg Grabar, Intermediary Demons: Toward a Theory of Ornament
1990     Jennifer Montagu, Gold, Silver, and Bronze: Metal Sculpture of the Roman Baroque
1991     Willibald Sauerländer, Changing Faces: Art and Physiognomy through the Ages
1992     Anthony Hecht, On the Laws of the Poetic Art
1993     Sir John Boardman, The Diffusion of Classical Art in Antiquity
1994     Jonathan Brown, Kings and Connoisseurs: Collecting Art in Seventeenth-Century Europe
1995     Arthur C. Danto, After the End of Art: Contemporary Art and the Pale of History
1996     Pierre Rosenberg, From Drawing to Painting: Poussin, Watteau, Fragonard, David, and Ingres
1997     John Golding, Paths to the Absolute
1998     Lothar Ledderose, Ten Thousand Things: Module and Mass Production in Chinese Art
1999     Carlo Bertelli, Transitions
2000     Marc Fumaroli, The Querelle des Anciens et des Modernes and the Fine Arts (1640–1760)
2001     Salvatore Settis, Giorgione and Caravaggio: Art as Revolution
2002     Michael Fried, The Moment of Caravaggio
2003     Kirk Varnedoe, Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art Since Pollock
2004     Irving Lavin, More Than Meets the Eye
2005     Irene Winter, ‘Great Work’: Terms of Aesthetic Experience in Ancient Mesopotamia
2006     Simon Schama, Really Old Masters: Age, Infirmity and Reinvention
2007     Helen Vendler, Last Looks, Last Books: The Binocular Poetry of Death
2008     Joseph Leo Koerner, Bosch and Bruegel: Parallel Worlds
2009     T. J. Clark, Picasso and Truth
2010     Mary Miller, Art and Representation in the Ancient New World
2011     Mary Beard, The Twelve Caesars: Images of Power from Ancient Rome to Salvador Dalí
2012     Craig Clunas, Chinese Painting and its Audiences