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Nicholas Kilmer

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  • Formerly Dean of the Swain School of Design in New Bedford, MA, Nicholas Kilmer has made his living as an art dealer and curator since leaving teaching in 1982. He is editor of the Frederick Carl Frieseke Catalogue Raisonné and the biographer of record for the American painter Thomas Buford Meteyard (1865-1928. His Poems of Pierre de Ronsard was published in  1979 and Dante’s Comedy: The Inferno in 1985. He also writes a series of mysteries set in the art world; eight have now appeared. Nicholas Kilmer and his wife, Julia, live in Cambridge, MA, and Normandy, France. They have four children. A Place in Normandy (1997) chronicles their deliberations leading up to the purchase of the farm formerly occupied by his maternal grandfather, the painter Frieseke.

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