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Gerard Baldwin Brown (31 October 1849 – 12 July 1932) was a British art historian. Brown was born in London, the son of church minister James Baldwin Brown and his wife, a sister of the sculptor Henry Leifchild. He studied at Oriel College, Oxford and became a Fellow at Brasenose College in 1874. He became the first holder of the Watson-Gordon Professorship of Fine Art at the University of Edinburgh in 1880 and held the chair until his retirement in 1930. The six-volume The Arts in Early England, which he began publishing in 1903 and which still occupied him at his death, has been regarded as Brown's most important work (Talbot Rice 1949 & Talbot Rice, rev. Pimlott Baker, 2004) Brown also wrote an early review of Historic Preservation legislation in various European countries ("The Care of Ancient Monuments," 1905). He was cremated and ashed interred with his parents at West Norwood Cemetery. Bibliography D. Talbot Rice, "Brown, Gerard Baldwin", Dictionary of National Biography (Supplement, 1949, available online together with new revision by Pimlott Baker, see below) D. Talbot Rice, rev. Anne Pimlott Baker, "Brown, Gerard Baldwin", Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004, [1], accessed 23 July 2008 External links Wikisource has original works written by or about: Gerard Baldwin Brown Full-text facsimiles of works by G. B. Brown, including The Arts in Early England at the Internet Archive. Persondata Name Brown, Gerard Baldwin Alternative names Short description British art historian Date of birth 31 October 1849 Place of birth London, England Date of death 12 July 1932 Place of death Edinburgh, Scotland