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Nicolas V. Iljine, a consultant to museums and cultural institutions, has organized a number of important exhibitio...

Elliott Kaufman’s career path is unique but has always revolved around architectural motives. When he began s...

Robert Osborne is a columnist and critic for The Hollywood Reporter, one of Hollywood’s most important daily...

Michel Delon, professor of French literature at the Sorbonne, is the author of several studies of the eighteenth-ce...

Angelo Lomeo was born in New York City. He studied industrial art but soon turned to photography full time. He has...

Sonja Bullaty was a photographer noted for lyrical composition and startling use of color and light in a vast body...

Paul Goldberger is one of the nation's most respected architecture critics. The winner of a Pulitzer Prize for his...

Christopher Finch was born in Guernsey, Channel Islands, in 1939 and came to the United States in 1968 to join...

David Neilson is an experienced mountaineer and rock climber as well as a wilderness photographer. Based in Austral...

Dr. Catherine Clinton is a pioneering historian of the American South and the Civil War.  She is the author or...

W. John Kress is a Curator of Botany and Research Scientist at the National Museum of Natural History at the...

Neil Folberg is widely known for his color photographs of the landscape and architecture of the Middle East and the...

Roger Tory Peterson was widely regarded as America's most notable ornithologist from his historic publication of A...

Mary Haverfield has been illustrating children’s books for more than twenty years. Haverfield studied ar...

Gayle Byrne can usually be found reading with little ones at Killingworth Library, where she has been the Children&...