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John Charles van Dyke (1856–1932)

van Dyke, John Charles. An American art critic, scholar, and author; born in New Brunswick, NJ, April 21, 1856; died in 1932. He studied art abroad (1883–88), and wrote: ‘Books, and How to Use Them’ (1883); ‘Principles of Art’ (1887); ‘How to Judge a Picture’ (1888); ‘Art for Art’s Sake’; ‘History of Painting’; ‘Old Dutch and Flemish Masters’; ‘The Open Door’; ‘New Guides to Old Masters’ (1914); ‘The Mountain’ (1916).