biografía de William Innes HOMER (1929)

Lugar de nacimiento: Merion, PA

Direcciones: Wilmington, DE

Profesión: Art historian, educator, photographer

Estudios: Princeton Univ. (B.A.); Harvard Univ. (M.A.; Ph.D.)

Asociaciones: College Art Assn.; Soc. Arch. Hist.; Royal Soc. Arts; Wilmington Soc. FA; Nat. Arts Club.

Comentarios: An authority on A. P. Ryder, Thomas Eakins, and other late 19th and 20th-century Am. artists, including the Pictorialist photographers, the Photosecession, early American Modernists, and Postmodernism. Positions: cur., Mus. Art, Ogunquit, ME, 1955-58; acting asst. dir., Princeton Univ. Art Mus., 1956-57. Teaching: Princeton Univ., 1961-64; Cornell Univ., 1964-66; Univ Delaware, 1966-99 (emeritus, 1999-). Fellowships: council humanities, Princeton Univ., 1962-63; Am. Council Learned Soc., 1964-65; Guggenheim, 1972-73; Nat. Endowment Humanities, 1980-81. Publications: auth., Seurat and the Science of Painting, 1964; Robert Henri & His Circle, 1969; Alfred Stieglitz & the Am. Avant-Garde, 1977; Alfred Stieglitz and the Photo-Secession, 1983; Albert Pinkham Ryder, Painter of Dreams (Harry N. Abrams, 1989); Thomas Eakins: His Life and Work (Abbeville Press, 1992).

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