von Habsburg(-Lothringen), Géza
VON HABSBURG(-LOTHRINGEN), Géza
VON HABSBURG(-LOTHRINGEN), Géza. Hungarian, b. 1940. Genres: Art/Art history. Career: Christie, Manson & Woods Auctioneers, Geneva, Switzerland, chairperson for Switzerland, 1968-84, chairperson of European operations, 1980-84; Kunsthalle, Munich, Germany, curator of Faberge exhibition, 1984-87; Habsburg Fine Art International Auctioneers, chairperson in Geneva and NYC, 1987-91; Faberge Arts Foundation, Washington, DC, chief curator and organizer of Faberge exhibition, 1991-94; free-lance author, lecturer, consultant, 1991-; Faberge Co., Greenwich, CT, curator and consultant, 1994-. New York School of Interior Design, adjunct faculty member, 1993-95; Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, adjunct professor, 1995-96; New York University, adjunct faculty member, 1996, 1998. Curator of exhibits in Europe and the US. Guest on television and radio programs. Publications: (with A. von Solodkoff) Faberge: Jeweller to the Tsars, 1979; The Gilbert Collection of 18th-Century Gold Boxes, 1983; Faberge, 1986, English trans., 1987; (with M. Lopato) Faberge, Imperial Jeweler, 1993; Carl Faberge: First Impressions, 1994; (co- author) Princely Taste: Treasures from Great Private Collections, 1995; Faberge in America, 1996; Faberge: Fantasies and Treasures, 1996; Princely Treasures, 1997; Faberge, Imperial Craftsman and His World, 2000. Contributor to international journals. Address: 12 Governors Rd, Bronxville, NY 10708, U.S.A.