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Ronald Lightbown is a leading scholar in the field of Renaissance art. From 1975 to 1984 he served as the keeper of...

Sally Yard, PhD is a professor of art history at the University of Sandiego. She joined the faculty in 1989, and se...

Hugh M. Davies has served since 1983 as director of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, museum with dual faci...

Robert Polidori is one of the world’s most acclaimed photographers of human habitats and environments.&n...

Dr. Harry F. Gaugh, an art historian specializing in postwar American art, taught at Skidmore College in Saratoga S...

Cynthia Goodman is a multimedia director, producer and curator, with an international reputation for pioneering the...

Phyllis Tuchman is a critic and art historian who teaches and writes about art, particularly sculpture. She has tau...

Artist, critic, and curator. Mr. Storr received a B.A. from Swarthmore College in 1972 and an M.F.A. from the Schoo...

Harry Tomlinson is one of Europe's leading bonsai artists and instructors. He has been both studying and practicing...

Garth Clark is the Director and Editor-in-Chief of the Ceramic Arts Foundation's publishing projects, journal, and...

Eugene Hecht is a widely published authority on Ohr and American art pottery and a founding member of the American...

Robert A. Ellison, Jr. is an artist, author, and collector of pottery. In 2009, after year's of collecting ceramic...

Dr. Alicia Craig Faxon is Professor of Art History, Emerita, from Simmons College, Boston, where she also served as...

Tom Patterson is an arts writer and independent curator, and author of St. EOM in The Land of Pasaquan, an illustra...

Howard Finster  was an American artist and Baptist minister from Georgia. He claimed to be...