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  • Director of the Musée du Louvre, 1994- . He succeeded Michel Laclotte (q.v.) as director of the Louvre in 1994.
  • Sopreintendente of the Museums and Galleries of Florence, Arezzo and Pistoia. Translated Schlosser's Die Kunstliteratur (Kurz revision) into Italian.
  • The father of Princeton University's studies in Far Eastern art (Rensselaer W. Lee). Began his career at Bryn Mawr under Georgiana King (q.v.). Taught at Columbia university.
  • architect; architectural history
  • Russack's dissertation, Der Begriff des Rhythmus bei den deutschen Kunsthistorikern des XIX. Jahrhunderts was one of the early examinations of the historiography in Germany.
  • french late Gothic ("gothic tardif") architecture; "flamboyant" style
  • early contextual art historian
  • 1506 wrote biography of Nuremberg artists
  • Romantic theorist of art and literature; wrote an art history 1801-1802 and appointed to one of the early professorships of art history (1817).
  • Indexer of printers on Peter Paul Rubens. The professor of Art History at Utrecht University, Jan G.
  • Osgood Hooker Professor of Visual Art Emeritus; professor of architecture emeritus, Harvard University.
  • Author of surveys of modern artists.
  • modern art historian
  • Early Christian and Byzantine art scholar; chair of the Department of Art, University of Chicago, 1929-?. Shapley was born on the family farm in Missouri and educated in a one-room school house.
  • Private scholar of the Italian renaissance attached to New York University. Seligman was the daughter of Theodore Seligman (d. 1907) and Florence Einstein (Seligman).
  • Vienna School art historian
  • First director of the photographic archives of the Deutsches Archäogisches Institut (DAI) in Rome in 1929. Speier was appointed by Ludwig Curtius (q.v.) to develop a separate photographic archive.
  • art and architectural historian; director of the Museum of the Far East in Köln
  • Director
  • Authority on modern Norwegian art; director of the Munch Museum, Oslo. Stang was the daughter of Jens Thiis, a friend and patron of Norwegian Symbolist artist Edvard Munch.
  • Director of the Germanic National Museum, Nuremberg; sculpture specialist.
  • Assistant to Wilhelm Pinder (q.v.) in Munich, who was dismissed by the Nazis in 1933 for being a Jew.
  • Prints scholar and book publisher.
  • Director of the (British) National Portrait Gallery and controversial director of the Victoria and Albert Museum, 1974-1987. Strong gained a first in history at Queen Mary College.
  • work on the Romantics
  • Author of the second volume in the important Ars Hispaniae series (1947).
  • African-American Art Historian at Indiana University.
  • curator at the Musée Ingres de Montauban; doctoral thesis on Callot; teacher at the Sorbonne.
  • Iconographic encyclopedia compiler.
  • Architectural historian.
  • Architectural historian.
  • Head of the Art Department, Vassar College. Tonks graduated from Princeton University undergraduate and received his Ph.D. from Harvard in 1903. His thesis topic was on the Greek vase painter Brygos.
  • Author of the fourth volume in the important Ars Hispaniae series (1949).
  • Botticelli and Piero di Cosimo scholar. Student of Reinhard Kekulé (q.v.).
  • Soviet linguist and art historian; Semiotoc approach.
  • Theoretician.
  • Iconographic studies.
  • Vanuxem was the first to investigate the history of the often-repeated theory that the kinds and queens on early gothic portals represent the rulers of France.
  • Notes about Vavalà's opinions appear in Richard Offner's annotated catalog of the 1937 Mostra Giottesca.
  • Van Dyck scholar; director of the Staatliche Kunsthalle in Karlsruhe, 1973- .
  • Studied the origins of the Baroque as an expression of absolutism.
  • Commissioner of Antiquities in Rome in Rome.
  • Curator of Asian prints, British Museum.
  • Scholar of the Dutch baroque; Warsaw University Professor. Walicki was a curator at the National Museum in Warsaw.