Stephen Wildman

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Stephen Wildman
Born1951 (age 67–68)
NationalityBritish
EducationBedford Modern School
Alma materQueens' College, Cambridge
Known forArt Historian
Scientific career
InstitutionsQueens' College, Cambridge
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
Lancaster University

Stephen Wildman (born 1951) is Professor of the History of Art at the University of Lancaster and Director of the Ruskin Library and Research Centre.[1][2][3]

Wildman was educated at Bedford Modern School[1] and Queens' College, Cambridge.[2] He was a Research Fellow and Director of Studies in History of Art at Queens' College, Cambridge (1976–79), Deputy Keeper of Fine Art at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery (1980) and also its Curator of Prints and Drawings (1980–96).[2]

He was Chairman of the Birmingham Branch of The Victorian Society between 1987 - 1990.

Wildman was an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham (1991–94), a Visiting Fellow at Yale University (1994) and has been a committee member of the Walpole Society since 1999.

Selected works[edit]

  • David Cox, 1783-1859. Published by Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery, 1983[4]
  • Visions of love and life: Pre-Raphaelite art from the Birmingham collection, England. Published by Art Services International, 1995[5]
  • Edward Burne-Jones, Victorian Artist-Dreamer, by Stephen Wildman. Published by Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1998[6]
  • Waking Dreams: The Art of the Pre-Raphaelites from the Delaware Art Museum, by Stephen Wildman. Published by Art Services International, Alexandria, Virginia, 2004[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Bedford Modern School of the Black and Red by Andrew Underwood (1981)
  2. ^ a b c "Stephen Wildman". lancaster.ac.uk. Retrieved 2014-08-30.
  3. ^ "Results for 'au:Wildman, Stephen.' [WorldCat.org]". worldcat.org. Retrieved 1 July 2015.
  4. ^ "David Cox, 1783-1859". worldcat.org.
  5. ^ "Visions of love and life : Pre-Raphaelite art from the Birmingham collection, England". worldcat.org.
  6. ^ "Edward Burne-Jones, Victorian artist-dreamer". worldcat.org.
  7. ^ "Waking dreams : the art of the pre-Raphaelites from the Delaware Art Museum". worldcat.org.

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