Lawrence Campbell, 84, an art critic who painted and...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

July 06, 1998

Lawrence Campbell, 84, an art critic who painted and taught for many years, died Tuesday in New York. He taught most extensively with the Art Students League, where he began studying painting in 1946. He also taught at Brooklyn College for many years and, from 1959 to 1990, at the Pratt Institute.

Winfred Earl "Bud" Hopton, 93, who as a young FBI agent was involved in the shooting of notorious criminal "Pretty Boy" Floyd, died Friday in Nashville.

Aram Glorig, 92, a leading expert on the effects of noise in the workplace, whose work helped untold numbers of people with deafness or hearing loss, died June 22 in San Clemente, Calif.

Andrew Croft, 91, a pioneering Arctic explorer whose knowledge of cold climates proved invaluable to the British military during World War II, died June 26. After the war, British army Colonel Croft trained participants in operations against the Soviets and North Koreans.

Henrik Stangerup, 60, writer and film director and one of the few Danish authors to succeed internationally in the 1970s and 1980s, has died, Danish radio said Saturday. His European breakthrough came in 1973 with the novel "The Man who Wanted to Be Guilty," published in the United States in 1983.

Pub Date: 7/06/98

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