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The Collectors


By Frank Jewett Mather
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Frank Jewett Mather

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Frank Jewett Mather (1868-1953) was an American art critic and professor. He was born at Deep River, Conn., and graduated from Williams College in 1889 and from Johns Hopkins (Ph. D.) in 1892: he studied also at Berlin and at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes, Paris. From 1893 to 1900 he served as instructor and assistant professor of English and Romance languages at Williams College, and thereafter was professor of art and archaeology at Princeton. He was an editorial writer for the New York Evening Post and assistant editor of the Nation (1901-1906) and art critic for the Post (1905-06; 1910-11); from 1904 to 1906 was American editor of the Burlington Magazine; contributed frequently, chiefly on art subjects, to the Nation, the Burlington Magazine, Art and Progress, and other periodicals. He became editor of Art Studies in 1923. He published:

  • Homer Martin, Poet in Landscape (1912)
  • The Collectors (1912), a volume of short stories
  • Estimates in Art (1916)
  • The Portraits of Dante (1921)
  • A History of Italian Painting (1923)


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