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  1. Charles Eliot Norton (November 16, 1827 – October 21, 1908) was an American author, social critic, and Harvard professor of art based in New England. He was a progressive social reformer and a liberal activist whom many of his contemporaries considered the most cultivated man in the United States.

  2. Charles Eliot Norton (16 de novembro de 1827 - 21 de outubro de 1908) um famoso escritor, crítico e professor de arte dos Estados Unidos. [1] Era um militante idealista e reformador social progressivo.

  3. 29 de mar. de 2024 · Charles Eliot Norton (born Nov. 16, 1827, Cambridge, Mass., U.S.—died Oct. 21, 1908, Cambridge) was an American scholar and man of letters, an idealist and reformer by temperament, who exhibited remarkable energy in a wide range of activity.

  4. First Professor of Fine Arts, Harvard University; influential mentor for a generation of art historians. Norton was born to a wealthy Boston family with strong intellectual interests. His father, Andrews Norton (1786-1853), was a Unitarian theologian and professor of sacred literature at Harvard.

  5. Showing 20 of 24 items. Harvard’s preeminent lecture series in the arts and humanities, the Norton Lectures, recognizes individuals of extraordinary talent who, in addition to their particular expertise, have the gift of wide dissemination and wise expression.

  6. Charles Eliot Norton, the art historian and literary scholar, graduated from Harvard in 1846. He became professor of the history of art in 1873 and served until his retirement in 1898. He was a cousin of Harvard President Charles W. Eliot (1834-1926).

  7. THE LETTERS OF CHARLES ELIOT NORTON* A goodly heritage and a lot fallen in a fair ground were those given to Charles Eliot Norton, whose life, delightfully revealed in the Letters edited by his daughter, Sara Norton, and by Mr. M. A. DeWolfe Howe, covered almost three quarters of the nineteenth century and eight years of the twentieth, and linked