WETENHALL, John. American, b. 1957. Genres: Art/Art history. Career: Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, curatorial assistant, 1981; William- stown Regional Art Conservation Laboratory, Williamstown, MA, apprentice, 1981-82; National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC, Smithsonian fellow, 1986-87, postdoctoral scholar, 1988-89; Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL, curator of painting, sculpture, and graphic arts, 1989-95; Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville, TN, director, 1995-; Visiting lecturer at University of Santa Clara, 1985, and University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, 1988; consultant to Vietnam Women's Memorial Project and the University of Southern California Public Art Program. Publications: (with D. Cass) Italian Paintings, 1850-1960, 1982; (ed.) Splendors of the American West: Thomas Moran's Art of the Yellowstone and Grand Canyon, 1990; (With Karal Ann Marling) Iwo Jima: Monuments, Memories, and the American Hero, 1991; The Ascendency of Modern Public Sculpture in America: A History of American Public Sculpture from the New Deal to the Early 1970s, forthcoming. Address: Cheekwood Museum of Art, 1200 Forest Park Dr., Nashville, TN 37205, U.S.A.