Relevant Creators
Austrian-born art historian who settled in England in 1936 and became a naturalized British citizen in 1947.
Art critic, writer, and producer of television documentaries, described in 1997 as "the most famous art critic in the world."
English journalist, popular historian, speechwriter, and author. Associated with the political left in his early career, later became a popular conservative historian.
William E. Wallace is the Barbara Murphy Bryant Distinguished Professor of Art History at Washington University in St. Louis. He is an internationally recognized authority on the sculptor, painter, and architect, Michelangelo Buonarroti.
Writes about counterculture, with a focus on Timothy Leary, Robert Anton Wilson, Alan Moore, and The KLF.
Writer and theorist of art and technology. Known for his work in the emergence of systems art in the 1960s.
Architect, systems theorist, writer, designer, inventor, philosopher, and futurist. Published more than 30 books and coined or popularized terms like "Spaceship Earth" and "Dymaxion".
Russian painter and art theorist. Pioneer of abstraction in Western art. Graduated from Odesa Art School and studied law and economics at the University of Moscow.
Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic, WaPo. Author of The Art of Rivalry, and forthcoming book on Berthe Morisot and Ed. Manet during the Terrible Year (1870-71)
Art historian and author of books on illustration. Founder of Illustration House gallery. Notable works include books on illustrators Harold von Schmidt, John Clymer, and Joseph Clement Coll.
Received a B.A. degree in Humanities: Music and Philosophy from Washington State University and an M.A. in Art History from the University of Maryland.