Stuart Greenspan
The New York Times

October 19, 1990, Friday, Late Edition - Final

Stuart Greenspan, 44, Art Writer and Editor

SECTION: Section A; Page 27, Column 2; Cultural Desk

LENGTH: 134 words

Stuart Greenspan, a writer on art and a former magazine editor, died on Monday at Mount Sinai Hospital. He was 44 years old, and lived in Manhattan. He died of AIDS, said his father, Nathan. A familiar figure in the auction world, Mr. Greenspan was editor in chief of the magazine Art & Auction from 1983 to 1987, and then became a contributing editor. He also wrote for House and Garden and for the weekly newspaper The New York Observer.

Mr. Greenspan was born in New York City. He graduated from Columbia University and studied art restoration at Oberlin College. Before turning to art journalism, he worked for the dealers Ira Spanierman and Spencer Samuels.

In addition to his father, Mr. Greenspan is survived by his mother, Raye, and two brothers, Elliott and David, all of Haworth, N.J.

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