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  • Professor of art and architectural history at the school of architecture in Madrid. He published monographs on the cathedrals of Valladolid and Salamanca.
  • wrote standard work on English Romanesque art
  • art writer
  • structuralist modern art historian
  • Spanish art; wrote critically of the omissions made in scholarship on the art of Spain
  • British Consul-General to Florence, wrote biographies of Florentine artists
  • Courtauld Institute Byzantinist. Cormack entered the Courtauld initially to study empirical positivism in art history.
  • Poussin scholar and New York University professor of art history. Costello was raised in Brooklyn. She graduated from Erasmus Hall High School, Brooklyn, NY, and then Barnard College in 1940.
  • first chair in the history of art in England, University College of Liverpool, 1881
  • Morey student
  • iconography
  • student of Germain Bazin (q.v.) at l'Université libre de Bruxelles; Renaissance; Roman art; influence of the paintings of the Domus Aurea on Renaissance images and ornament
  • semiotic methodology of art history
  • Medievalist and Romanesque scholar. Dangibeaud was part of the debate which took nationalistic overtones on the origin of the Romanesque. It had been launched by the American A.
  • wrote book of conversations with artists of Rome; d'Olland in Portugese?
  • Jesuit priest; study of the history of church architecture in his order
  • Etcher and later dealer and cataloger of prints.
  • Writer whose work, based upon extent fragments, ascribed creative works of art to artists, countering the prevalent view that statues, temples and other works of art were the results of the gods.
  • Scholar of Romanesque art. Deshoulières was part of the debate which took nationalistic overtones on the origin of the Romanesque. It had been launched by the American A.
  • First curator of the photography collection at the Brooklyn Museum, 1934 to 1948.
  • Published the volume on The House of El Greco, in the "Art in Spain" series by the Hispanic Society of America.
  • Historian of classical art.
  • Toulouse-Lautrec scholar and collector. President of the Society of Friends of the Albi Museum (France). Wrote the catalogue raisonné of Toulouse-Laurtec's work.
  • Mannerism; integration of the figure in a decorative system
  • Early professor of Greek art at Princeton University.
  • art historian; encyclopedist
  • historian of Netherlandish art
  • Architectural historian.
  • Mentioned as making an important contribution to modern baroque scholarship (Montagu/Connors).
  • Renaissance humanist and early chronicler of artists. Facio was educated in Verona under Guarino Guarini and later (by late 1420s) studied Greek in Florence.
  • Archival researcher in French art history
  • Egyptologist. Became embroiled in the primitivism controversy with Carl Einstein (q.v.) in 1915.
  • Son of André Félibien (q.v.); Benedictine monk Saint Germain-des-Pré who wrote several histories heavily art historical in nature on Paris L'Histoire de la yule de Paris in 5 vols, and S.
  • archival research in French art history
  • psychoanalytic method of art history; biography of Michelangelo
  • Scholar of the Italian renaissance, collaborator and disciple of Giovanni Morelli (q.v.).
  • historian of Portuguese art; curator of the Museu do Arte antiga; rediscovered and restored the paintings of Nuno Gonçalves; studied at l'école du Louvre; friends with Rodin; president of the Academia
  • Sculptor and architect, theorist who wrote on the origins of architecture. Antonio di Pietro Averlino assumed the name Filarete, adopted from the Greek term for "lover of excellence" (φιλάρετος).
  • historian of Portuguese art; studied at L'école des Hautes études
  • Italian church architecture
  • professor at the University of Brussels; founder of the journal, Maisons d'hier et d'aujourd'hui; architectural history
  • architectural history