Virgil Vătășianu

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Vatasianu's bust in the Babeș-Bolyai University

Virgil Vătășianu (March 21, 1902—November 15, 1993) was a Romanian academic and art historian.

Born in Sibiu, he studied Law and Art History, becoming one of the two leading practitioners of the latter discipline in Cluj-Napoca during his time, alongside Nicolae Sabău. A specialist in medieval art, he became renowned through his numerous works, which earned him both the Herder Prize and election to the Romanian Academy,[1] as a titular member, in 1974.[2] He died in Cluj-Napoca.[1]

Notes

  1. ^ a b Ovidiu Pecican, Istoria de sub cover, p.165. MintRight Inc, 2014, ISBN 978-9-738097-81-0
  2. ^ (in Romanian) Membrii Academiei Române din 1866 până în prezent, at the Romanian Academy site
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