Lynton, Norbert (Casper)
LYNTON, Norbert (Casper)
LYNTON, Norbert (Casper). British (born Germany), b. 1927. Genres: Art/Art history. Career: Professor Emeritus of the History of Art, University of Sussex, Brighton, 1989- (Professor, 1975-89; Dean, School of European Studies, 1985-88). Lecturer in the History of Art and Architecture, Leeds College of Art, 1950-61; Sr. Lecturer, then Head of the Dept. of Art History and General Studies, Chelsea School of Art, London, 1961-70; Director of Exhibitions, Arts Council of Great Britain, 1970-75. London Correspondent, Art International, 1961-66; Art Critic, The Guardian, London, 1965-70. Publications: (with others) Simpson's History of Architectural Development, vol. 4, The Renaissance, 1962; Kenneth Armitage, 1962; Paul Klee, 1964; The Modern World, 1968; The Story of Modern Art, 1980; Looking at Art, 1981; (with others) Looking into Paintings, 1985; Victor Pasmore: Paintings and Graphics 1980-92, 1992; Ben Nicolson, 1993;Jack Smith, 2000; William Tillyer: Against the Grain, 2000; (with E. Langmuir) The Yale Dictionary of Art and Artists, 2000. Contributor to books, journals, and exhibition catalogs. Address: 4/14 Clifton Terrace, Brighton BN1 3HA, England.