Wayne Andersen, pioneer in visual arts at MIT, dies at 85
Wayne Vesti Andersen, a professor emeritus of history, theory and criticism of art and architecture at MIT, died Jan. 6 at Massachusetts General Hospital at age 85.
Andersen was a scholar, author, lecturer, and consultant to corporations and government agencies. His expertise ranged from the finer points of Paul Cezanne’s drawings to the breeding lines of Arabian horses.
“Thank you, Mr. Anderson. You will be missed, but studied for generations to come.”
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