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  • Architectural historian; wrote most complete study to date on Gothic vaulting systems (Bazin 287)
  • Director of the Walker Art Center 1951-1961; wrote a popular survey of modern art. Arnason was born to Sveinbjorn and Maria Bjarnadottir (Arnason), Icelandic immigrants to Canada.
  • Director of several major North American art museums and Degas scholar. Boggs was the daughter of Oliver Desmond Boggs and Humia Marguerite Sutherland (Boggs). She was raised in Canada.
  • Scholar of Renaissance art at the Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, Harvard. Borsook was the daughter of Henry Borsook (1897-1984), a renowned chemist, and Lisl Hummel (Borsook).
  • University of Cincinnati professor of classical art history, 1939-1985. After Boulter received his B.A.
  • University of Toronto professor and early Courtauld Institute scholar. Brieger was born to Oskar Brieger, (d. 1914), an otolaryngologist and Hedwig Lion.
  • Early American scholar of Chinese art, collector and procurer for American art museums; Chinese governmental adviser. Ferguson was the son of John Ferguson and Catherine Matilda Pomeroy (Ferguson).
  • Byzantinist art historian. Galavaris studied at the University of Athens. He received his Ph.D.
  • Professor of art history at the University of British Columbia; Marxist (methodology) art historian. Guilbaut graduated from the University of Pau, Pau, France in 1965 with a B.A. in philosophy.
  • Early and prominent feminist art historian in the revision of art history of the late 20th century. Pollock's parents were Alan Winston Seten Pollock and Kathleen Alexandra Sinclair Pollock.
  • french late Gothic ("gothic tardif") architecture; "flamboyant" style
  • Curator of textiles, Metropolitan Museum of Art and part of the "Monuments Men" group of World War II.