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Person Detail: Linda (Weinberg) Nochlin

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General Information:
Full Name: Linda (Weinberg) Nochlin
Biography:
(1931-2017) Historian. Linda Nochlin was born in Brooklyn, New York, and died in Manhattan, New York.
Author's Timeline:
1931 Kings County
Linda Nochlin was born Linda Natalie Weinberg in Brooklyn, New York, on January 30, 1931. 
2017 New York County
Linda Nochlin died at her home in Manhattan, New York, on October 29, 2017. 
1971 (Unknown) County
Realism
(Pub: Penguin Books ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
1976 (Unknown) County
Gustave Courbet: A Study Of Style And Society
(Pub: Garland Publishing ISBN: 0824019989 / 978-0824019983)
Nonfiction. 
1989 (Unknown) County
The Politics Of Visioin: Essays On Nineteenth Century Art And Society.
(Pub: Harper & Row ISBN: 0064358542 / 978-0064358545)
Collection of essays. 
1988 (Unknown) County
Women, Art and Power
(Pub: Harper & Row ISBN: 0064301834 / 978-0064301831)
Collection of essays. 
1999 (Unknown) County
Representing Women
(Pub: Thames & Hudson ISBN: 0500280983 / 978-0500280980)
Nonfiction. 
2004 (Unknown) County
Bathers, Bodies, Beauty: The Visceral Eye
(Pub: Harvard University Press ISBN: 0674021169 / 978-0674021167)
Collection of lectures. 
1951 Dutchess County
Professor Nochlin attended and later taught at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York. She received a bachelor's degree in philosophy there in 1951. 
1952 New York County
Professor Nochlin received a master's degree in 17th-century English literature at Columbia University in 1952. 
2018 (Unknown) County
Misere: The Visual Representation of Misery in 19th-Century Art
(Pub: Thames & Hudson ISBN: 050023969X / 978-0500239698)
Nonfiction. 
1963 New York County
Professor Nochlin received her Ph.D. in the history of art from the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University in 1963. 
? Kings County
As a child, Professor Nochlin lived in the Crown Heights area of Brooklyn, New York. 

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