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biografía de Charles David CUTTLER (1913-?)

Lugar de nacimiento: Cleveland, OH

Direcciones: Iowa City, IA

Profesión: Art historian, painter, teacher

Estudios: Ohio State Univ, BA & BFA; Inst Art & Archeol, Paris, France; Univ Bruxelles; Inst Fine Arts, New York Univ, PhD; J.R. Hopkins; Carolyn Bradley; R. Fanning; abroad.

Exposiciones: PAFA, 1935; CMA, 1935; Ohio State Univ, 1935 (Award, ann. WC Comp.); Cleveland May Show, Ohio, 1935 & 1936; Columbus A. Lg., 1936; Philadelphia Watercolor Ann, Pa, 1937. Awards: Awards: C R B fel, Brussels, 1953-1954; Fulbright-Hays sr fel, 1965-1966.

Asociaciones: Col Art Assn Am; Mid-Am Col Art Assn; Columbus AL; Ohio WCS; Renaissance Soc Am; Medieval Acad Am; Int Ctr Medieval Art.

Comentarios: Teaching: Asst instr art hist, Ohio State Univ, 1935-1937; from instr to asst prof art hist, Mich State Univ, 1947-1957; from assoc prof to prof art hist, Univ Iowa, 1957, res prof, 1965; guest lectr, Sem Europ Art & Civilisation Belg, Ghent, summer 1969. Research: Netherlandish and German art of the fourteenth to sixteenth centuries; the art of Hieronymus Bosch. Publications: Auth, Some Grünewald Sources," Art Quart, 1956; auth, "The Lisbon Temptation of St Anthony by Jerome Bosch," Art Bull, 1957; auth, Northern painting, from Pucelle to Bruegel, XIVth, XVth and XVIth Centuries, 1968; auth, "Bosch and the Narrenschiff: a Problem in Relationships," Art Bull, 1969; auth, Two Aspects of Bosch's Hell Imagery, Miscellanea F Lyna (Scriptorium, 1923), 1969.

Fuentes: WW73; WW47."

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