It’s sad to hear that George Noszlopy has died. The College Art Association has a fine obituary. He spent more than 40 years teaching art history in Birmingham, latterly based in the School of Theoretical and Historical Studies at BIAD, Birmingham City University. Sadly I only knew him tangentially there, although I occasionally talked with him at school events. I knew him more through his wife Sue, also a lecturer there, who I shared an office with for many years. His most accessible public legacy is…

“The four volumes in the series Public Sculpture of Britain, surveying the entire West Midlands of England, which Noszlopy had brought to press since 1998, make a fitting memorial to the humanity and humanistic breadth of a scholar who lived and worked in the region for most of his life.”