Bryson, Norman

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BRYSON, Norman

BRYSON, Norman. Scottish, b. 1949. Genres: Art/Art history. Career: King's College, Cambridge, England, fellow in English Studies, 1976-; University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, professor of comparative arts, 1988-90; Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, professor of art history, 1990-99; University College, London, Slade School of Art, professor of art history and theory, 1999-; writer. Publications: Word and Image: French Painting of the Ancien Regime, 1982; Vision and Painting: The Logic of the Gaze, 1983; Tradition and Desire: From David to Delacroix, 1984; Looking at the Overlooked: Four Essays on Still Life Painting, 1990; (with B. Barryte) In Medusa's Gaze: Still Life Paintings from Upstate New York Museums (essay; catalogue by B. Barryte), 1991; (with R. Krauss) Cindy Sherman, 1979-1993, (essay; other text by Krauss), 1993. EDITOR: Teaching the Text, 1983; Calligram: Essays in New Art History from France, 1987; (with M.A. Holly and K. Moxey) Visual Theory, 1991; (with M.A. Holly and K. Moxey) Visual Culture: Images and Interpretations, 1993; Cambridge New Art History series. Contributor to periodicals.