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  • Architectural historian.John Summerson (q.v.) described Fürst's important book on Wren as the one that explored "the workings of his mind."
  • Turner scholar.
  • Byzantinist art historian. Galavaris studied at the University of Athens. He received his Ph.D.
  • Director of the Kunstgewerbemuseum (Arts and Industry Museum), Vienna.
  • Faculty of architecture and urbanism, Caracas
  • Goya Scholar.
  • studied the châteaux of the French Renaissance
  • She studied under Heinrich Wölfflin in Munich. She married fellow Wölfflin student Sigfried Giedion.
  • Renaissance; the diffusion of the Greek myth of Daphne and Apollo in Western art
  • Historian , curator, and critic; specialist in time arts (performance art). BFA from Rand Univ(1968). MA from Courtald Inst. Art, London(1970).
  • professor at the Viennese School; psychoanalytic method
  • Frans Hals authority and historian of picture frames. Grimm wrote much of his book in the Ashmolean museum, Oxford, having studied the frames collection of K. T. Parker (q.v.).
  • 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.
  • Professor at Toulouse; wrote monograph on Zubarán; Director of Casa Velázquez, Institut français at Madrid
  • Sought to establish German origins of late Gothic in what he termed the "Sondergotik" style (1350-1550) of the Rhine and South German areas.
  • Connoisseur, esthetician and collector. Influential author during the Enlightenment for art historians (J. von Schlosser, 1924)
  • He took over the editing a Festschrift for Leo Bruhns (q.v.), Franz Graf Wolff Metternich (q.v.) and Ludwig Schudt (q.v.) from Heinrich Schwarz (q.v.) when Schwarz was killed in an accident in 1957.
  • early contextual art historian
  • Professor of art history at the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU and Yale University. He moved permanently to the United States in 1959.
  • contextual art historian (Rezeptiongeschichte)
  • Hamburg Marxist art historian of French art
  • Architectural historian. His revised chronology of Ledoux in 1960 fostered a new research into the architect, overturning the work of Emil Kaufmann (q.v.).
  • art patronage scholar of Neapolitan Renaissance
  • Founder of the Bildarchiv Marburg.
  • Marxist art scholar of CD Friedrich
  • Art book publisher and classicist. Hirmer was the son of Albert Hirmer und Irmgard Ernstmeier-Hirmer, photographers and photo-documenters.
  • student of Wölfflin; applied the term "Frühbaroque" to16th century Italian art to distinguished distinct moments in the baroque style
  • painter; student of Rembrandt; wrote an early account of painters in the Netherlands
  • Director of the Warburg Institute, London, 1990- .
  • Mannerism
  • French romantic author who also wrote about architecture. In 1832 Hugo wrote a book on the famous cathedral in Paris, Notre Dame.
  • Marxist art historian; published the first Marxist work of art history in France; assistant at the Musée national d'Art moderne in Paris;
  • Brooklyn Museum's first keeper of prints( and Librarian), 1899 to 1934. Hutchinson studied library science, receiving her degree from Pratt Institute of Library Science.
  • Medievalist of the early Christian/Byzantine era. Married to the art museum director Heribert Hutter.
  • Travel writer and art historian of the Italian renaissance era.
  • Author of the Art in Context volume on Monet.
  • collector and researcher; published a history French painting comprised soley of lists (in the manner of Berenson)
  • published firt work on the history of American artistic movements, schools, and aesthetics
  • Architectural historian; coiner of the term "post-modernism" for architecture. Jencks studied under Reyner Banham.
  • collaborated with C. R. Morey in 1927 article
  • One of the chief exponents of the iconographic interpretation of Dutch art emphasizing particularly that many seventeenth-century Dutch genre paintings were intended to have symbolic or emblematic mea