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  • Earlier British writer, authored a history of art and artists' biography, 1685. Aglionby traveled the continent and recorded his recollections on art, among other topics.
  • Published the volume on Alcalá de Henares and Guadalajara, in the "Art in Spain" series by the Hispanic Society of America.
  • Medievalist; manuscripts scholar New York University. Alexander edited the important Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles beginning in 1975.
  • Author of the first volume in the important Ars Hispaniae series (1947).
  • Historian of Russian art, particularly the traditional Russian art forms of medieval, renaissance and 18th and 19th centuries.
  • Photo-documentarian, founder of the Anderson photoarchive. Born Isaac Atkinson, Anderson was raised in Cumberland, England and settled in Rome in 1838.
  • Director of the Koninklijk Museum (later Rijksmuseum), Amsterdam. He advised the Baltimore collector Robert Gilmor, Jr. on purchases.
  • Historian of English art.
  • First British architectural historian to treat at medieval building in England as "architecture."
  • Iconographic approach.
  • Deputy Keeper of the Department of Sculpture at the Victoria and Albert Museum, 1966-1979; Director of Christie's, 1979-1990. In 1980 he curated the "European Terracottas from the Arthur M.
  • Author of the thirteenth volume in the important Ars Hispaniae series (1949).
  • Spanish art history; monograph on the Escorial.
  • Chair of the department of Art History, Vassar College.
  • Documentary architectural historian
  • Antiquarian, art theorist and biographer in the tradition of Vasari; Librarian to Queen Christina of Sweden, and curator for Pope Clement X.
  • Self-taught historian and critic of American art.
  • Published study of Dutch still life.
  • His La Madonna di Santa Maria in Trastevere redated a pivotal panel of painting in the church from the sixth to the eighth century, arguing against the dating of Cesare Brandi (q.v.).
  • Mannerism; Renaissance Italy; studied the studiolo of Francesco I, Grand-Duke of Tuscany.
  • notes about Bertini Calosso's opinions on Giotto appear in Richard Offner's annotated catalog of the 1937 Mostra Giottesca.
  • Art patronage scholar of XVIII c. Holland.
  • Artists' biographies (basically Florentine) 1530.
  • historian of Czech art; architecture
  • Medievalist art historian.
  • Architect and professor of Architecture at University of California, Berkeley. Born initially worked as a San Francisco architect and draftsman. He met Walter W.
  • Art dealer and Director of the Galerie für Alte Kunst in Munich during the Nazi era.
  • Picasso scholar, wrote catalogue raisonne with Pierre Daix (q.v.).
  • Scholar of Italian Mannerism, offered a broad definition of Mannerism; influenced by Gustav Hocke (q.v.) and Max Dvořák (q.v.).Bousquet's 1964 Mannerism book drew inspiration from a number of e
  • Mannerism in Bologna
  • Medieval stained glass scholar; student of Louis Groecki (q.v.), succeeded him at Musée des Plans-Reliefs.
  • Major scholar of the Parthenon sculpture; associated with the Nazi years of the DAI.
  • "In 1946, again with sponsorship from Sir Keith Murdoch, the Herald Chair of Fine Arts was founded at the University of Melbourne.
  • University of Hamburg professor during the Panofsky/Wind/Tolnay years (1930s); party-line Nazi who remained at Hamburg after racial firings.
  • semiotics and art history
  • Spanish Renaissance art and architectural history
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, curator of prints -1921. He was succeeded by Henry Rossiter (q.v.).
  • art historian of American art
  • Scholar of renaissance art and architecture.
  • Patronage art historian
  • architectural history of the castle and fortifications
  • semiotics applied to christian iconography