Malcolm Ludvigsen

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Malcolm Ludvigsen (born 14 February 1946) is a British mathematician and plein air painter. He is a former research fellow and visiting lecturer in mathematics at York University,[1] and the author of a book on general relativity.[2][3][4][5] Many of his paintings depict the beaches of the Yorkshire coast.[6][7][8][9]

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  1. ^ Former staff, York U. Maths., retrieved 2013-09-18.
  2. ^ General Relativity — a geometric approach. Cambridge University Press 1999. ISBN 0-521-63019-3.
  3. ^ Review of General Relativity by A. F. Rañada (1999), European Journal of Physics 20 (6): 524, doi:10.1088/0143-0807/20/6/503.
  4. ^ Review of General Relativity by Sergei F. Shandarin (2000), Physics Today 53 (6): 60–62, doi:10.1063/1.1306377, Bibcode2000PhT....53f..60S.
  5. ^ Review of General Relativity by Graham S. Hall (2001), General Relativity and Gravitation 33 (4): 713–714, doi:10.1023/A:1010274016770.
  6. ^ Hutchinson, Charles (April 18, 2008), "Mostly Seaside En Plein-Air, Malcolm Ludvigsen, Treasurer’s House, York, until May 8", The Press (York) .
  7. ^ "Artist Malcolm has an eye for figures", The Scarborough News, November 23, 2009 .
  8. ^ "Yorkshire's great outdoors inspire Malcolm's evocative landscapes", Hull Daily Mail, August 9, 2010 .
  9. ^ Maidman, Daniel (December 21, 2012), "Ludvigsen at the Shore", Huffington Post .

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