William George Constable

William George Constable (born Derby, England, 27 October 1887, died Cambridge, Massachusetts, 3 February 1976, was an art historian and gallery director.

Read more about William George Constable:  Education, War Service, Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge, Art Career, Marriage, Selected Publications

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