Lowenfeld, Viktor.

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Viktor Lowenfeld (1903-1960) was a seminal figure in art education. Born and educated in Vienna, he fled to the United States around the time that his first English book The Nature of Creative Activity (1939) was published. He taught at Hampton Institute (1939-1947) and Penn State (1947-1960) until his death.

From the description of Viktor Lowenfeld papers, 1880-1985 (bulk 1930-1955). (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 739713068

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Pennsylvania
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Blind artists
Arts--Study and teaching (Higher)
Children's art
Art teachers--Archives
Artists with disabilities
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Active 1985

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