Bachelor of Science, Simmons College, 1949. Master of Arts, Harvard University, 1957. Doctor of Philosophy, New York University, 1971.
Secretary, Harvard University, 1949-1950; executive secretary, Boston University travel courses, 1950-1956; director program development, Council on International Ednl. Exchange, New York City, 1957-1960; associate secretary, World U. Service, New York City, 1960-1964; assistant professor art history, U. Bridgeport, 1964-1966; associate professor, Southern Connecticut State College, New Haven, 1966-1974; professor, Southern Methodist U., Dallas, 1974-1991; chairman division fine arts, Southern Methodist U., Dallas, 1974-1978; president Faculty Senate, Southern Methodist U., Dallas, 1980-1981.
Trustee Dallas Museum Fine Arts, 1975-1980. Member American Association of University Professors (vice president 1972-1974, 75-76), College Art Association (national board 1979-1983), American Society Hispanic Art History Studies, Renaissance Society of America, Midwest Art History Society (board directors 1983-1986), Hispanic Society of America Clubs: Town and Gown (president 1982-1983).