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Candace Whitman has written and illustrated multiple children's books. Her book Night Is Like an Animal (1995)...

Giles Mermet, the photographer, has contributed his work to several books, including A Close Look at Insects and A...

Philippe Bouchet, a scientific authority of international renown, is senior professor of malacology at the French N...

Willis Cecil Winters is a Dallas architect who was the co-author of two previous books, The American Institute of A...

Prudence Mackintosh is currently a columnist for Texas Monthly where she has written insights about Park Cities and...

Virginia Savage McAlester is an American author, architectural historian, preservationist, and political activist....

Gabriel Mandel Khan is an official of the Jerrahi-Halveti Sufi Brotherhood in Italy and a member of the Cambridge I...

John Onians is Professor of Visual Arts at the School of World Art Studies and Museology at the University of East...

David Thompson is Curator of the Horological Collections in the Department of Prehistory & Europe at the Britis...

Lord Michael Pratt is a scholar based in London who specializes in modern European history. His works include Brita...

Father Heinrich Pfeiffer, S.J., is professor of Christian art history at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rom...

Steffi Roettgen studied at the universities of Munich, Erlangen, and Bonn and has taught at the Technical Universit...

Ruth Corman is a London-based photographer, art consultant, and curator, as well as the former director of the Brit...

Today, photojournalist David Rubinger stands at the peak of his profession: a winner of the Israel Prize...

Lin Arison is the co-founder of the National YoungArts Foundation and the New World Symphony. Arison is an arts edu...

Bruce Boucher, an architectural historian and museum curator, who has divided his career between education, scholar...

Paolo Marton, from Treviso, was for many years at the helm of the homonymous historical library of Treviso. His ent...