Levey, (Sir) Michael (Vincent)

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LEVEY, (Sir) Michael (Vincent)

LEVEY, (Sir) Michael (Vincent). British, b. 1927. Genres: Novels, Art/Art history, Music. Career: Director, National Gallery, London, 1973-86 (Assistant Keeper, 1951-66; Deputy Keeper, 1966-68; Keeper, 1968-73); Slade Professor of Fine Art, Cambridge University, 1963-64; Slade Professor of Fine Art, Oxford University, 1994-95. Publications: Painting in XVIIIth Century Venice, 1959, rev. ed., 1994; From Giotto to Cezanne, 1962; Durer, 1964; Later Italian Pictures in the Collection of H. M. the Queen, 1964; Rococo to Revolution, 1966; Early Renaissance, 1967; The Life and Death of Mozart, 1971; Painting at Court, 1971; (with W.W. Kalnein) Art and Architecture of the 18th Century in France, 1972; High Renaissance, 1974; The World of Ottoman Art, 1976; The Case of Walter Pater, 1978; Sir Thomas Lawrence (exhibition catalog), 1979; The Painter Depicted, 1982; Tempting Fate, 1982; An Affair on the Appian Way, 1984; Giambattista Tiepolo, 1986; Men at Work, 1989; The Soul of the Eye (anthology), 1990; Florence, a Portrait, 1996; The Chapel Is on Fire (childhood memoir), 2000. Address: 36 Little Lane, Louth, Lincs. LN11 9DU, England.

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