Vasile Drăguț

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Vasile Drăguț (January 9, 1928—November 1, 1987) was a Romanian art critic and academic.

Born in Murgași, Dolj County, he graduated from Saint Sava National College in Bucharest. A professor at the Fine Arts Institute in that city, he was also editor-in-chief of Arta magazine. A prominent researcher of Romanian art, particularly from the medieval period, he published some thirty books, along with numerous articles and studies. He was buried at Râmeț Monastery.[1]

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • Stilurile Greciei Antice (1962)
  • Nicolae Dărăscu (1966)
  • Sighișoara (1966)
  • Vechi monumente hunedorene (1968)
  • Arta brâncovenească (1971)
  • Arta gotică în România (1979)
  • Cetatea Sighișoara (1968)
  • Arta românească : preistorie, antichitate, ev mediu, renaștere (1982)
  • Fata morgană la Tassili (1983)
  • Dicționar enciclopedic de artă medievală românească (1976)
  • Medalioane în cerneală (1988)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ (Romanian) Drăguț, Vasile, at the Alexandru and Aristia Aman Dolj County Library