AB, Princeton University, 1920. Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University, 1926. Doctor of Humane Letters, Princeton University, 1982.
Doctor of Humane Letters, Northwestern University, 1971.
Instructor English, Princeton University, 1922-1923, 25-28;
visiting professor, Princeton University, 1948, 68-69;
department chairman art and archaeology, Princeton University, 1961-1966;
Marquand professor, Princeton University, 1961-1966;
professor emeritus, Princeton University, 1966-1984;
chairman advisory county department classics, Princeton University, 1942-1955;
associate professor of history of art, department chairman, Northwestern University, 1931-1934;
professor, Northwestern University, 1934-1940;
Harris lecturer, Northwestern University, 1966;
professor art, Smith College, 1941-1948;
professor art, Columbia University, 1948-1954;
professor art, New York University Institute Fine Arts, 1954-1955. Member visiting committee department fine arts Fogg Museum, Harvard University, 1957-1963. Member Institute Advanced Study, 1939, 42-44, 46-47.
Member of advisory county Institute Fine Arts, New York University. Vice president International Federation Renaissance Socs. and Institutions, 1961-1970,International Council Philosophy and Humane Sciences, 1965-1971. Chairman presidential advising committee on Yale Center for British Art and British Studies, 1972-1984.
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Fellow American Council Learned Societies, 1930-1931, chairman committee research and publication fine arts, 1942-1944, executive secretary committee protection cultural treasures in war areas, 1944-1945, director, 1953-1961. Trustee American Academy in Rome, 1958-1984, president, 1968-1971. Fellow American Academy Arts and Sciences.
Member American Philosophical Society (Henry Allen Moe prize 1982), Archeological Institute American, College Art Association American (secretary 1939-1942, 49-50, president 1945-1946, honorary director 1974-1984), Mediaeval Academy American (councilor 1961-1964), Union Académique Internationale (president 1962-1965), Renaissance Society of America (executive board 1960-1970, president 1977-1978), Grolier Club, Princeton Club, Century Club, Cosmos Club, Athenaeum.
Married Stella Wentworth Garrett, May 27, 1925. Children: Julia Rensselaer, Mary Josephine Garrett (Mistress Cyril Muromcew), Rensselaer Wright.