CINOA Prize

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The CINOA Prize is a prize awarded yearly to art historians by CINOA, the international confederation of art dealers, "in recognition of an academic publication or a remarkable contribution to furthering the cultural preservation through art works in a CINOA member country".[1]

Recipients[edit]

  • 2008 - Jean-Pierre Bénézit, France for the contribution of its family since 1910 to the Dictionary of the painters, sculptors, draughtsmen and engravers known under the name of Bénézit Dictionary.
  • 2007 - Antonio Paolucci, Italy for a lifetime commitment to preserving culture.
  • 2006 - Henk van Os, Netherlands art historian, for a lifetime commitment to teaching art.
  • 2005 - Philippe de Montebello, Director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, United States, for a lifetime commitment to art.
  • 1996 - Geoffrey Beard, England: Upholsterers & Interior Furnishing in England, 1530-1840
  • 1995 - Prof. Alvar Gonzales Palacios, Italy: Il Gusto dei Principi
  • 1994 - Anne Crookshank and Desmond Fitzgerald, Ireland: The Watercolours of Ireland
  • 1992 - Lucy Wood, England: The Lady Lever Art Gallery: Catalogue of Commodes
  • 1991 - Tom Crispin, England: The Windsor Chair
  • 1990 - Dr Ulrich Leben, Germany: Bernard Molitor, 1755-1833
  • 1989 - Walter Leidtke, USA: The Royal Horse and Rider
  • 1988 - Marcelle Baby-Papion, France: Les Retables niçois des XVe et XVIe siècles peints par Louis Brea
  • 1987 - Dr Roland Dorn, Germany: ″Décoration″ - Vincent van Goghs Werkreihe für das Gelbe Haus in Arles
  • 1986 - Jörg Martin Merz, Germany: Pietro da Cortonas Entwicklung zum Maler des römischen Hochbarock
  • 1985 - Dr Joannes R ter Molen, Netherlands: Von Vianen-En Utrechtse Familie van Silvermeden mit en internationale Faam
  • 1984 - Nicola Gordon Bow, Ireland: The life and work of Harry Clarke
  • 1983 - Edson Armi, USA: Masons and Sculptures in Romanesque Burgundy
  • 1982 - Marianne Roland Michel, France: Jacques de Lajoue et l'Art Rocaille
  • 1981 - Geneviève Aitken, France: Les Peintres et le Théatre autour de 1900 à Paris
  • 1980 - Norman Bryson, England: Paintings as Signs: Word and Image in French Painting of the Ancien Régime
  • 1979 - Bertrand Jaeger, Switzerland: Essai de classification et datation des scarabées Menkhéperre
  • 1978 - Claire Lindgren, USA: Classical Art Forms and Celtic Mutations
  • 1977 - Penelope Eames, England: Furniture in France and England from the Twelfth to the Fifteenth Century

References[edit]

  1. ^ CINOA, "The CINOA Prize" (page retrieved November 24th, 2006).