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Franz Wickhoff, An die Leser!, Kunstgeschichte Anzeigen, Vol. 1, 1904, pp.1-2.

Wilhelm Pinder, Einleitende Worte, Kritische Berichte, Vol. I, 1927/8, pp.1-2.

Julius von Schlosser, “History of Style” and “History of Language” of Fine Art An important essay by Gombrich’s teacher, Sitzungsberichte der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften Philosophisch-historische Abteilung, Vol. 35 (1), 1935.

Hans H. Aurenhammer, Bibliographie zur Wiener Schule

Wilfrid Blunt, Review of The Story of Art, The Burlington Magazine, April, Vol. 92, 1950, pp.117-8.

William Skyvington, On the arrow symbol, with a letter to Gombrich and his reply (1976)

Elizabeth J. Sacca, An interview with Ernst H. Gombrich part 1: interview, Canadian Review of Art Education Research, Vol. 6&7, 1980/1, pp.15-27.

E. J. Sacca with Loren Lerner, An interview with Ernst H. Gombrich part 2: annotated bibliography of Gombrich’s publications, Canadian Review of Art Education Research, Vol. 6&7, 1980/1, pp.104-135.

E. J. Sacca with Loren Lerner, An interview with Ernst H. Gombrich part 3: reviews of Gombrich’s work, Canadian Review of Art Education Research, Vol. 6&7, 1980/1, pp.136-47.

Guy Sorman, Les vrais penseurs de notre temps

Carlos Montes Serrano, La historia de The Story of Art. Algunos recuerdos del profesor Ernst H. Gombrich, Revista: Atlántida, Vol. 2, 1991, pp.482-8.

Ladislav Kesner, On alien art and experiencing art fully: Gombrich – Kesner correspondence, Umení, Vol. XLII, 1994, pp.107-115.

Inmaculada Jiménez, 6 p.m. Briardale Gardens, maestro Gombrich, nuestro tiempo, 1997.

James Putnam, Images of the soul: InterviewLa Repubblica of the Arts,  July 1998.

Richard Gregory, Master Scholar – Sir Ernst Gombrich – at ninety, Perception, Vol. 28, 1999.

James Elkins, Ten Reasons Why E. H. Gombrich Is Not Connected to Art History

Gerry Bell, Ten Reasons Why E. H. Gombrich Remains Central to Art History

Ian Verstegen, Gombrich Making Historical What he Said he Could Theoretically

Vicenç Furió, Gombrich y la Sociología del arte

Teresa del Conde, Ernst Gombrich, Anales del Instituto Investigaciones Esteticas, Vol. 79, 2002, pp.229-246.

Martin Warnke, Zur Neuauflage von Ernst H. Gombrichs, Die Zeit, Vol. 26, 2002.

Tom Sperlinger, ‘A time capsule’: E.H. Gombrich’s The Story of Art, The Reader, Spring, 2003.

Núria Llorens, Qu’est-ce que «le primitif»? Gombrich y La preferencia por lo primitivo, Locus Amoenus, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Vol. 7, 2004, pp.291-300.

Sunday Morning with Julie Copland, Exhibit A: EH Gombrich – Changing the Way We See, an interview with James Elkins et. al., 11:00 Sunday 25/12/2005.

Kristin Hohenadel, This Story Sadly Appropriate for Children, The New York Times, September 25, 2005. A review of A Little History of the World.

Loretta Vandi, Gombrich’s Legacy. Art History as Embodiment of Values

Stephen Snyder, Language in Art: Gombrich’s History of Representation and the Breakdown of Visual Communication Paper presented at XXVII International Congress for Aesthetics, Ankara, July 2, 2007.

Karen Lang, Sir Ernst Gombrich and the barber from Tuscany, Human Affairs, Vol. 19 (3), 2008, pp.259-265.

I saperi di Ernst Gombrich: Teoria del visibile e analisi dell’arte, Venice, March 2009. English translations of a selection from the proceedings are available at the open access Journal of Art Historiography, Number 5 December 2011 at http://arthistoriography.wordpress.com/number-5-december-2011/.

Gombrich-Symposion Greifswald, 30-31 March 2009.

E. H. Gombrich: a centenary colloquium, Warburg Institute, London, 19-20 June, 2009.

Glasgow Colloquium on Viennese Art Historiography, Department of History of Art, University of Glasgow, 2-3 October 2009. A selection from the papers is available at the Journal of Art Historiography, Number 3 December 2010 [link].

Christopher S. Wood, ‘Art History Reviewed VI: E. H. Gombrich’s Art and Illusion: A Study in the Psychology of Pictorial Representation’, 1960, The Burlington Magazine, December 2009, CLI.

‘Relativism Versus Universalism & Ernst Hans Gombrich, Editor: Ján Bakoš’, Human Affairs, Issue 3 (Sep 2009), pp. 239 – 327, containing:

Bakoš, Ján: Introductory: Gombrich’s Struggle Against Metaphysics

Schneider, Norbert: Form of Thought and Presentational Gesture in Karl Popper and E. H. Gombrich

Lang, Karen: Sir Ernst Gombrich and the Barber from Tuscany

Kesner, Ladislav: Gombrich and the Problem of Relativity of Vision

Michl, Jan: E. H. Gombrich’s Adoption of the Formula form Follows Function: A Case of Mistaken Identity?

Azatyan, Vardan: Cold-War Twins: Mikhail Alpatov’s a Universal History of Arts and Ernst Gombrich’s the Story of Art

Hemingway, Andrew: E. H. Gombrich in 1968: Methodological Individualism and the Contradictions of Conservatism

Elkins, James: Ten Reasons Why E. H. Gombrich is not Connected to Art History

Kristóf Nyíri, ‘Gombrich on image and time’Journal of Art Historiography, Number 3 December 2010

Veronika Kopecky, ‘Letters to and from Ernst Gombrich regarding Art and Illusion, including some comments on his notion of “schema and correction”’Journal of Art Historiography, Number 3 December 2010

Branko Mitrović, ‘A defence of light: Ernst Gombrich, the Innocent Eye and seeing in perspective’Journal of Art Historiography, Number 3 December 2010

Richard Woodfield, ‘Ernst Gombrich: Iconology and the “linguistics of the image”’, Journal of Art Historiography, Number 5 December 2011

Patrick Maynard, ‘What drawing draws on: the relevance of current vision research’, Rivista di estetica, n.s., 47 (2/2011), LI, 9-29

Rachel Dedman, ‘The importance of being Ernst: a reassessment of E. H. Gombrich’s relationship with psychoanalysis’’, Journal of Art Historiography, Number 7 December 2012

Rachel Dedman (ed.), ‘”Art and psychoanalysis – 15 June 1988. Speakers: Professor Joseph Sandler and Professor Sir Ernst Gombrich”, part of the series “Dialogues on Contemporary Issues” hosted by the British Psycho-Analytical Society in the summer term of 1988’Journal of Art Historiography, Number 7 December 2012

Sybille Moser-Ernst, Gombrich, ‘Sir Ernst Hans Joseph (30.3.1909 Wien – 3.11.2001 London)’ in: Helmut Reinalter, Peter J. Brenner (Hg.), Lexikon der Geisteswissenschaften. Sachbegriffe – Disziplinen – Personen, (Böhlau) Wien.Köln.Weimar 2011, p.1216 – 1221.

Branko Mitrović, ‘Visuality After Gombrich: the Innocence of the Eye and Modern Research in the Philosophy and Psychology of Perception’, Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte 76. Band / 2013, 71-89

Richard Woodfield fala do livro “Gombrich Essencial” e da atualidade do pensamento de Gombrich, Blouinartinfo.com, Brasil, 24 Fevereiro 2013

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