Millard Meiss

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Millard Meiss (March 25, 1904 - June 12, 1975)[1] was an American art historian, one of whose specialties was Gothic architecture. A professor at Princeton University, among his many important contributions are Painting in Florence and Siena after the Black Death and French Painting in the Time of Jean de Berry. He organized the first meeting in the United States of the Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art, and was elected the organization's president. In 1966, he assisted in Florence with restoration efforts following the 1966 Flood of the Arno River, despite being in ill health.[2]


  1. ^ "Millard Meiss: March 25, 1904-June 12, 1975". The Art Bulletin 57 (4): 471. 1975. 
  2. ^ Lee, Rensselaer W.; John Pope-Hennessy (1976). "Millard Meiss: In Memoriam". Art Journal 35 (3): 261–62. 

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