Ernest T. DeWald

Fellow: Awarded 1927

Field of Study: Fine Arts Research

Fellow: Awarded 1931

Field of Study: Fine Arts Research

Competition: US & Canada

Born: 09-18-1891

Died: 10-06-1968

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1926–27:

De Wald, Ernest Theodore: Appointed for research in various libraries of Europe, preparing for publication the manuscript of the Psalter of Stuttgart, and also a catalogue of the illuminated manuscripts in the library at Einsiedeln, Switzerland; tenure, six months from March 1, 1927.

Born September 18, 1891, at New Brunswick, New Jersey. Education: Rutgers University, A.B., 1911; Princeton University, M.A., 1914, Ph.D., 1916; Proctor Fellow, Princeton University, 1919–20.

Instructor, 1920–22, Assistant Professor in the Department of Fine Arts, 1922–23, Rutgers University; Assistant Professor, Department of Fine Arts, 1923–25, Columbia University and Barnard College; Associate Professor, Department of Art and Archaeology, 1925—, Princeton University.

Publications: Articles in American Journal of Archaeology, Art Studies, Art Bulletin, “Festschrift zum sechzigjahrigen Jubilaum des Dr. Paul Cleman,” 1926.
 


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