White, John Edward (Clement Twarowski)

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WHITE, John Edward (Clement Twarowski)

WHITE, John Edward (Clement Twarowski). British, b. 1924. Genres: Architecture, Art/Art history, Poetry. Career: Pro-Provost for External Affairs, University College, London, 1990-95 (Durning-Lawrence Professor of the History of Art, 1971-90). Trustee, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, 1976-85. Lecturer, 1952-58, and Reader, 1958-59, Courtauld Institute, London; Pilkington Professor of the History of Art, and Director, Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester, 1959-66; Professor of the History of Art, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1966-71. Member, Advisory Council, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1973-76; Member of the Executive Committee, 1974-81, and Chairman, 1976-80, Association of Art Historians; Member of the Art Panel, Arts Council, 1974-78; Member, 1975- 82, and Chairman, 1976-80, Reviewing Committee on Export of Works of Art 1986-92. Publications: Perspective in Ancient Drawings and Painting, 1956; The Birth and Rebirth of Pictorial Space, 1957, 3rd ed., 1987; Art and Architecture in Italy 1250-1400, 1966, 1987, 1993; Duccio, 1980; Studies in Renaissance Art, 1983; Studies in Late Medieval Italian Art, 1984; Poems, Poemes, Poesie, 1992; Quartet, Quartett, Quartetto, Quatuor, 1993; Trinity, Trinita, Trinité, 1994; You that I Love, 1998; The Breath in the Flute, 2001. Address: 25 Cadogan Place, London SW1X 9SA, England.

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