Bachelor in English Literature, Manhattan College, 1959; Master of Arts in Creative Writing, Johns Hopkins University, 1960; Doctor of Philosophy in History of Art, Johns Hopkins University, 1965.
Lecturer, assistant professor art history University Maryland, College Park, 1964-1970. Senior visiting research associate National Collection Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 1970-1972. Freelance consultant New York City.
Director Raphael Research Enterprises, New York City. Robert Sterling Clark visiting professor art history Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 1990.
("the history of the New York City WPA/FAP can be divided ...)
(Book by O'Connor, Francis V.)
Member College Art Association, American Studies Association, American Society Aesthetics, Authors Guild, Society Values in Higher Education, Society Arts, Religion and Contemporary Culture, Association Indiana Historians Art (founder).