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  • 141 Hal Foster (art critic) — Hal Foster, who is the Townsend Martin, Class of 1917, Professor of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University, is an internationally renowned author of books on post modernism in art. Born in Seattle, the son of a partner in the distinguished… …

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  • 142 Robert Coates (critic) — Robert Myron Coates (1897 ndash;1973) was an American writer and an art critic for the New Yorker. He coined the term, Abstract Expressionism in 1946 in reference to the works of Arshile Gorky, Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning. As a writer… …

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  • 143 Mark Foster (music critic) — Mark Foster (January 22 1935 – October 14 2001) was an American music critic from Detroit, Michigan. He wrote for various rock and jazz publications, including Creem , Crawdaddy! , Down Beat , and at least once, for Rolling Stone …

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  • 144 John Carey (critic) — John Carey (born April 5 1934) is a British literary critic, and emeritus Merton Professor of English Literature at the University of Oxford. He was born in Barnes, London, and brought up in East Sheen and in Nottingham as an evacuee. He studied… …

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  • 145 Ian Hamilton (critic) — Robert Ian Hamilton (24 March 1938 27 December 2001) was a British literary critic, reviewer, biographer, poet, magazine editor and publisher.He was born in King s Lynn, Norfolk. His parents were Scottish and had moved to Norfolk in 1936. His… …

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  • 146 Jim Shelley (TV critic) — Jim Shelley is a British television critic who writes a column for the Daily Mirror each Monday entitled Shelleyvision. Prior to writing for the Daily Mirror he wrote for The Guardian and his collection of reviews Interference: Tapehead vs.… …

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  • 147 Alex Wylie (critic) — Alex Wylie is a horror movie and TV critic from London, UK. He frequently reviews cinematic and DVD releases for Shivers magazine and has worked for various other UK based publications. He recently published a two part feature in Shivers… …

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  • 148 Vaccine critic — is a poorly defined concept describing people including:* A penumbra of those who are not entirely anti vaccinationist but campaign to prevent or avoid some aspect of vaccination such as a single component of a particular vaccine for one or more… …

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  • 149 Paul Harris (film critic) — Paul Harris, born in 1950 in Melbourne, Australia and educated at Assumption College, Kilmore is a film critic, who appears on radio stations 3RRR and 3AW. Known for his vast knowledge of film, music and theatre, and for his elaborate puns and… …

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  • 150 James Halliday (wine critic) — James Halliday, born in 1938, is an Australian wine writer and critic, winemaker, and senior wine competition judge.Since 1979 he has written and co authored more than 40 books on wine, including contributions to the Larousse Encyclopedia of Wine …

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  • 151 Joe Williams (film critic) — Joe Williams is the film critic for the daily St. Louis Post Dispatch and the Web site [http://www.stltoday.com/stltoday/entertainment/reviews.nsf/Config/Joe+Williams?OpenDocument STLtoday.com] in St. Louis, Missouri. He is also the author of… …

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  • 152 Malcolm Ross (literary critic) — For other people named Malcolm Ross, see Malcolm Ross (disambiguation). Malcolm Mackenzie Ross Born January 2, 1911(1911 01 02) Fredericton, New Brunswick Died November 4, 2002(2002 11 04) (aged 91) Halifax, Nova …

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  • 153 Penelope Houston (film critic) — Penelope Houston is a British film critic and journal editor. In 1947 she was the first editor of the shortlived film journal Sequence founded by Lindsay Anderson, Karel Reisz and Gavin Lambert. From 1956 to 1990, she edited Sight Sound , the… …

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  • 154 Julio Martinez (critic) — Julio Martinez is the weekly host of KPFK Radio’s Arts in Review , is a theatre critic for Daily Variety and Features Editor of Latin Heat Magazine. His articles have appeared in Los Angeles Times Magazine , The Hollywood Reporter , Backstage… …

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  • 155 Bertram Stevens (critic) — Bertram Stevens (8 October 1872 – 14 February, 1922) was Australian journal editor ( Single Tax ; Native Companion ; Art in Australia ; Lone Hand ) literary and art critic, anthologist ( An Anthology of Australian Verse [which contained five… …

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  • 156 Henry McBride (art critic) — Henry McBride (25 July 1867 ndash; 31 March 1962) was an American art critic. He was born in West Chester, Pennsylvania, to Quaker parents. He studied art in New York City at the Artist Artisan Institute and later took night classes at the Art… …

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  • 157 William Moore (critic) — William Moore (11 June 1868 – 6 November 1937) was an Australian art and dramatic critic.was born at Bendigo, Victoria , the son of Thompson Moore, at one time a member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly. He was educated at Scotch College,… …

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  • 158 Makoto Ueda (architecture critic) — Makoto Ueda[1] (植田実, Ueda Makoto?, born 1935) is an editor and architecture critic. After graduating in French literature from Waseda University, Ueda worked as an editor of architectural magazines, notably as chief editor of Toshi Jūtaku. Books… …

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  • 159 The Critic (cartoon) — The Critic is a 1963 short animation by director/producer Ernest Pintoff and creator/narrator Mel Brooks, that won an Academy Award for Short Subjects (Cartoons) in 1963Simple, abstract, geometric shapes move and morph on the screen to what… …

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  • 160 Trevor White (food critic) — Trevor White is an Irish journalist, the editor and food critic for The Dubliner magazine, and author of , an account of the restaurant business.External links* [http://www.kitchencon.com/About.htm Kitchen Con Website] …

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