The author who moved to England in 1946, studied at King’s School, Canterbury, Merlon College and studied history at Oxford. Lucie-Smith, one of the world’s most renowned art historians and critics, is also an internationally recognized anthropologist and photographer, a member of the Acaémie Européenne de Poésie and award winner of the John Llewellyn Rhys Memorial Prize. He has more than 100 published books, over 60 of these on contemporary art. He still is accepted to be the most productive and most published author in the world. The critic, who has curated many exhibitions, regularly writes articles for several newspapers and periodicals such as The Times of London, the London Evening Standard, and the The Spectator. He is recently writing for Art Review and La Vanguardia in Barcelona.