Schwartz, Gary (David)
SCHWARTZ, Gary (David)
SCHWARTZ, Gary (David). Dutch (born United States), b. 1940. Genres: Novels, Art/Art history. Career: Trenchmaster on an archeological expedition to Aphrodisias, Turkey, 1961 and 1963; researcher for the Bollingen Series in NYC, 1965; freelance translator from Dutch and German, primarily in the field of art history, 1966-86; Meulenhoff International, Amsterdam, Netherlands, editor, 1967-70; Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorisc Documentatie, The Hague, Netherlands, staff member, 1968-70; Collectors eds, NYC, outside editor, 1970-72; Junius Press, NYC, partner, 1971-75; Uitgeverij Gary Schwartz (publishing co.), Maarssen, Netherlands, founder and operator with wife, Loekie, 1971-88; Dutch Government Publishing Office (later named SDU), The Hague, publisher, 1988-92; CODART International Council of Curators of Dutch and Flemish Art, director, 1998-. Regents lecturer at University of California, Los Angeles, and Leventritt lecturer at Harvard University, both 1989-90; research fellow of the Netherlands Organization for Research, The Hague, 1993-95. Publications: Rembrandt: All the Etchings Reproduced in True Size, 1977; Rembrandt, zijn leven, zijn schilderijen: een nieuwe biografie, 1984, trans. as Rembrandt: His Life, His Paintings, 1985; The Dutch World of Painting, 1986; (with M.J. Bok) Pieter Saenredam: de schilder in zijn tijd, 1989, trans. as Pieter Saenredam: The Painter and His Time, 1990; Rembrandt: First Impressions, 1992; Dutch Kills (novel), 1994; Hieronymus Bosch: First Impressions, 1997; The Night Watch, 2002. EDITOR: H. Gerson, Rembrandt Paintings, 1968; (and trans.) J.B. de la Faille, The Works of Vincent van Gogh, 1970. Contributor to periodicals. Address: PO Box 162, 3600 AD Maarssen, Netherlands. Online address: [email protected]
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