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Schulze, Franz


SCHULZE, Franz. American, b. 1927. Genres: Architecture, Art/Art history. Career: Hollender Professor of Art, Lake Forest College, Illinois, 1974-. Contributing Ed., Art News, and Inland Architect; Corresponding Ed., Art in America; Member, Advisory Board, Koffler Foundation, Chicago, 1971-. Instructor of Art, Purdue University, Indiana, 1950-52; Lecturer in Humanities, University of Chicago, 1952-53; Art Critic, Chicago Sun-Times, 1978-85. Publications: Art, Architecture and Civilization, 1968; Fantastic Images: Chicago Art since 1945, 1971; (with O.W. Grube and P.C. Pran) 100 Years of Architecture in Chicago: Continuity of Structure and Form, 1976; Mies van der Rohe: A Critical Biography, 1985; The University Club of Chicago, 1987; Philip Johnson: Life and Work, 1994; The Farnsworth House, 1997; (with R. Cowler and A.H. Miller) 30 miles North: A History of Lake Forest College and the Town of Lake Forest. EDITOR: Mies van der Rohe: Critical Essays, 1989; (with K. Harrington) Chicago's Famous Buildings, 4th ed., 1993; The Mies van der Rohe Archive, vols. 7-20, 1993. Address: Dept. of Art, Lake Forest College, 872 North Moor Rd., Lake Forest, IL 60045, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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