A biographical and methodological database intended as a beginning point to learning the background of major art historians of western art history. A free, copyrighted, scholarly database for the use of researchers, students and the public.

 

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Feminist art historian and critic; founded Feminist Art Journal. Nemser received a B.A. in Education from Brooklyn College concentrating on eighteenth and nineteenth-century literature.

Composer, painter, and art theorist; art historian of Dutch art, particularly Brueghel the Elder.  Popper was the son of the cellist David Popper (1843-1913) and Sophie Menter (Popper) (1846–1918),

Architectural historian and first director, CASVA, 1979-2000.  Millon was raised in Altoona, PA where his father was an aerial photographer and his mother, whose father published of a French-langua

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General Citation

Dictionary of Art Historians, Lee Sorensen, ed. http://www.arthistorians.info.

 

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Chicago "Turabian"

Sorensen, Lee. "[Entry Title]." Dictionary of Art Historians (website). http://www.arthistorians.info/[path].

MLA

Sorensen, Lee. "[Entry Title]." Dictionary of Art Historians. 18 Jul 2018 http://www.arthistorians.info/[path].

APA

Sorensen, Lee. "[Entry Title]." In Dictionary of Art Historians. Retrieved July 18, 2018, Web site: http://www.arthistorians.info/[path].

Columbia Online

Sorensen, Lee. "[Entry Title]." Dictionary of Art Historians (18 Jul 2018).