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William Kloss, American art historian. Fulbright scholar, Rome, 1967-1969. Member College Art Association.

Background

Kloss, William was born on December 23, 1937 in Cleveland. Son of Frank R. and Mary (Masters) Kloss.

Education

Bachelor, Oberlin College, 1962. Master of Arts, Oberlin College, 1968. Postgraduate, University Michigan, 1972.

Career

Assistant professor University Virginia, Charlottesville, 1969-1972. Instructor University Maryland, College Park, 1973-1974. Exhibition coordinator Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, Washington, 1974-1978.

Co-founder, director tours Washington Art Associates, Inc., since 1978. Independent writer, curator, lecturer, consultant Washington, since 1985. Consultant National Geographic Society, Washington, 1988, Spanierman Gallery, New York City, Theodore Robinson Catalogue Raisonne, since 1990.

Appointee Committee for Preservation of White House, Washington, since 1990.

Works

Membership

Member College Art Association.

Connections

father:
Frank R. Kloss

mother:
Mary (Masters) Kloss