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  • Scholar of eighteenth-century English furniture and decorative arts. Jourdain was the daughter of an impoverished cleric, Reverend Francis Jourdain of Ashburne, Derbyshire.
  • Scholar of the Dutch baroque, Rubens authority.
  • 16th and 17th century painting
  • Second generation Vienna School; historian of neo-classical architecture
  • Assistant Keeper, National Gallery, London.
  • Courtuald Institute of Art medievalist.
  • architectural history; extensive documentation of castle architecture and surrounds
  • compiler of iconographic encyclopedia
  • edited iconographic encyclopedia
  • Art writer, owner of the Downtown Gallery in New York; speaker at the 2nd American Artists' Congress 1937 in New York, N.Y., a symposium held Jan. 13, 1937 at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
  • Giotto scholar; notes about Koltanski's opinions appear in Richard Offner's annotated catalog of the 1937 Mostra Giottesca.
  • Dissertation: Der kunstgeschichtliche Gegenstand. Ein Beitrag zur Deutung des Stilbegriffs. Stuttgart, 1928.
  • Architect who ideas on a history of art anticipate Winckelmann.
  • Semiotic-approach to art historical writings.
  • cultural historian
  • art historian of painting technique
  • Dutch baroque scholars, part of a group of graduate students in art history at the University in Berlin, whose numbers included Alexander Dorner (q.v.), Hans Huth (q.v.), Erwin Panofsky (q.v.), and Eb
  • studied the manuscripts contained in the libraries of France
  • Assistant keeper of the Tate Museum, London; involved in "Tate Affair." Tate director John Rothenstein (q.v.) met Leroux on an excursion to South Africa in 1949. He hired Leroux in 1950.
  • iconography; Renaissance period
  • Jacques and Natasha Gelman Chairman of the Modern Art Department, Metropolitan Museum of Art. Founding member of the Print Council of America.
  • Director of the National Gallery, Victoria, Australia. Gave Ursula Hoff (q.v.) her postion as curator of prints and drawings. "The then director of the National Gallery of Victoria, J. S.
  • Scholar of Roman painting and Professor of Classical Art and Archaeology, University of Manchester. Ling studied Classics at the University of Cambridge.
  • American
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art medievalist.
  • Surveyor of the Queen's Pictures (1988- ). For 20 years, Lloyd worked in the Department of Western Art of the Ashmolean Museum of Oxford.
  • New York University Institute of Fine Arts scholar; Velázquez and Goya scholar, part of the department assembled by Walter W. S. Cook (q.v.) at the Institute of Fine Arts.
  • historian of Spanish Art; professor of Madrid
  • post-war contextual art historian (Rezeptionsgeschichte)
  • Hals and Dutch Baroque painting scholar.
  • Manuscripts scholar.
  • Editor of the Burlington Magazine and Director of the National Gallery, London, 1986, and British Museum-. He succeeded Michael Levey (q.v.).
  • Architectural historian and Pisanello scholar; director of the Museo Civico di Verona.
  • Anonymous author of a now fragmental history, likely written after 1541. The extent portion includes biographies of Florentine artists between the late 13th century and the 16th.
  • In 1871, Malsz was among the team of art historians (the others including Moritz Thausing, Carl von Lützlow, Adolf von Bayersdorfer, Friedrich Lippmann, Wilhelm Lübke, Bruno Meyer, Karl Woermann, Alfr
  • semiotic analysis on the conditions of art historical writing
  • Raphael scholar. He studied under Luigi Salmi and became his assistant professor.
  • Semiotic methodology of art history. His students included Daniel Arasse.
  • Early historian of medieval Christian art.
  • Rubens and Flemish painting scholar; National Gallery (London) assistant keeper at the National Gallery and Director Christie.
  • Marxist art historian