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Lechay--James

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Title Date Summary
1 Roy Behrens
Campus News Network 9:6, p.Insert 1
10/26/1998 Published articles on Arthur Koestler and the James Lechay controversy.
2 Artist donates works
Northern Iowan 71:60, p.4
7/11/1975 James Lechay donates "Nude" and "Portrait of DeHirch Margulles"; profile of the artist; photo.
3 Lechay's portrait of Dr. Maucker in exhibit
Northern Iowan 64:17, p.4
11/7/1967 Will be shown at University of Iowa.
4 Object nothing more than canvas
Behrens--Roy Richard (Class of 1968; Art Faculty)
College Eye 63:35, p.3
2/24/1967 Gives explanations for the appreciation of the Maucker-Lechay painting.
5 Portrait worthy of intense analysis
Behrens--Roy Richard (Class of 1968; Art Faculty)
College Eye 63:33, p.3
2/17/1967 Declares that the Maucker-Lechay painting is worth truly analyzing to gain understanding.
6 Portrait controversy gains statewide notice
College Eye 60:57, p.5
5/20/1966 Review of the Maucker portrait controversy.
7 May be too late for Dr. Fox's 'great conversation'
Poage--George Richard (Class of 1950; History Faculty)
College Eye 60:56, p.2
5/17/1966 Discusses the processes that have been used in campus planning.
8 Lechay shows 'painting is not dead'
Behrens--Roy Richard (Class of 1968; Art Faculty)
College Eye 60:55, p.2
5/13/1966 Author expresses an opinions on "painting and the masses."
9 Art professors should discuss portrait on its merits
Crownfield--David R. (Philosophy and Religion Facu
College Eye 60:54, p.2
5/10/1966 Criticizes people who have argued for or against the Lechay painting because of they way they try to criticize.
10 Lechay speaks of art . . . portrait
College Eye 60:53, p.3
5/6/1966 Lengthy excerpts from question and answer session held by James Lechay; photo.
11 Maucker
Hoff--Gary
College Eye 60:53, p.2
5/6/1966 A drawing of James Lechay representing President Maucker.
12 Maucker portrait
Alumnus 51:2, p.7
5/1/1966 Lechay portrait hung in Library; photo.
13 Art discussion occurred 50 years ago
Delafield--David Donald (Art Faculty)
College Eye 60:51, p.2
4/29/1966 Questions validity of art critics with no real background in art.
14 Dr. Maucker gives reaction to 'IT'
Maucker--James William (President of ISTC--SCI--and UNI)
College Eye 60:51, p.2
4/29/1966 President Maucker defends the controversial portrait of himself.
15 James Lechay to discuss Dr. Maucker's portrait
College Eye 60:51, p.3
4/29/1966 Brief background of the portrait; brief profile of James Lechay.
16 Wants petition to sell portrait
O'Brien--Robert James (English Faculty)
College Eye 60:51, p.2
4/29/1966 Suggests that the Art Department already has one mistake by Lechay, and this one should be sold for the funds.
17 Dr. Lechay will discuss portrait
College Eye 60:50, p.3
4/26/1966 Will hold public meeting.
18 Curtain 'Burns Down' on drama dept. outcasts
College Eye 60:49, p.1
4/22/1966 Review of Roy Behrens' play "The Portrait of a Bona Fired Agreement"; photo.
19 If painting is bad burning is quite proper
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 60:49, p.2
4/22/1966 Declares that not all 'art' is worthy of display.
20 College Theatre Outcasts to present Behrens play
College Eye 60:48, p.1
4/19/1966 Will present "The Portrait of a Bona Fired Agreement"; parody of the Lechay portrait controversy.
21 Campus architect gives approval of President Maucker's portrait
Porter--Robert L. (Architect)
College Eye 60:47, p.3
4/15/1966 Claims that the true power of the new painting is that it is the bearer of an idea.
22 Chabert disagrees with art burning
Chabert--Henri L. (Modern Language Faculty)
College Eye 60:47, p.3
4/15/1966 Claims that burning books is not vandalism because there are other copies, but if you destroy a work of art, you are destroying the art itself.
23 Contributors ashamed of symbol of honor for President Maucker
Rogers--Robert A. (Physics Faculty)
College Eye 60:47, p.2
4/15/1966 Claims that the painting was meant to be representative of President Maucker's wisdom, courage, and leadership and that many people don't see those qualities in the portrait.
24 Kultur: Behrens presents play on beauty
Behrens--Roy Richard (Class of 1968; Art Faculty)
College Eye 60:47, p.2
4/15/1966 A play is presented in which the characters symbolize opinions concerning the new painting of President Maucker.
25 Obiter Scripta: Are unlikenesses in portrait intelligently conceived?
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 60:47, p.2
4/15/1966 Discusses Lechay's painting and whether or not the unlikenesses to President Maucker represent something.
26 Perspective: Reason, experience are our final authorities
O'Brien--Robert James (English Faculty)
College Eye 60:46, p.2
4/12/1966 Discusses Lechay's recent painting of President Maucker.
27 'Where does Behrens get his knowledge?'
Stone--Andrew (Student--1966)
College Eye 60:45, p.3
4/8/1966 Criticizes statements made by Roy Behrens concerning the portrait of President Maucker.
28 Artists should explain painting
Meyer--Patricia A. (Student--1966)
College Eye 60:45, p.2
4/8/1966 Defends Josef Fox's suggestion to burn the painting of President Maucker.
29 Fox: Book owner has right to burn it
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 60:45, p.2
4/8/1966 Josef Fox explains to Ralph Haskell that he suggested that students and faculty purchase the painting before burning it; Josef Fox remarks that whether it is a book or a work of art, if you own it, you may burn it.
30 Obiter Scripta: Portrait is representative of human being
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 60:45, p.2
4/8/1966 Gives his own definition of what a portrait should be.
31 Untitled
Hoff--Gary
College Eye 60:45, p.2
4/8/1966 While looking at the new picture of President Maucker, a student exclaims, "I didn't know he was sick!"
32 'Burning' condemnation more than funny
Delafield--David Donald (Art Faculty)
College Eye 60:44, p.2
3/25/1966 Questions the Cedar Falls paper's choice to print a letter written by Josef Fox, containing a statement about burning the new painting of President Maucker.
33 Painting burner would protest book burning
Haskell--Ralph W. (Art Faculty)
College Eye 60:44, p.3
3/25/1966 Wonders why Josef Fox is the first to suggest burning a work of art when he would also be the first to protest against book burning?
34 Untitled
College Eye 60:44, p.2
3/25/1966 Police officers guard the new painting of President Maucker in order to keep faculty members from burning it.
35 Dr. Fox has burning idea
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 60:42, p.3
3/18/1966 Suggests that students and faculty should make donations to buy the painting of President Maucker and burn it.
36 Kultur: Must view Maucker painting separately
Behrens--Roy Richard (Class of 1968; Art Faculty)
College Eye 60:42, p.2
3/18/1966 Claims that if you have not studied art, then you should not make judgments and comments about paintings.
37 Oil portrait of Maucker in library
College Eye 60:42, p.3
3/18/1966 James Lechay was commissioned to paint the portrait.
38 Painting seems to convey wrong notions of president
College Eye 60:42, p.2
3/18/1966 Comments on the painting of President Maucker by James Lechay that hangs in the library.
39 Maucker portrait
Alumnus 51:1, p.7
2/1/1966 Committee selects UI artist James Lechay.
40 SUI art professor to paint portrait of Maucker
College Eye 60:29, p.3
1/14/1966 James Lechay will paint portrait to commemorate 15 years of service by President Maucker.
41 Alumni honor president at annual reunion event
Alumnus 50:3, p.4
9/1/1965 Pay special tribute with Service Award; commission portrait of President Maucker; photo.
42 Lechay show to open Sunday
College Eye 56:27, p.8
4/13/1962 Work by James Lechay will be on display.
43 New art works in TC collection
College Eye 49:36, p.1
7/11/1958 Work from permanent collection on display; Phillip Evergood donates work.

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