Tom Rosenthal (publisher)
Thomas Gabriel Rosenthal (16 July 1935 – 3 January 2014) was a British publisher and art critic.
Thomas Gabriel Rosenthal
16 July 1935
|Died||3 January 2014(aged 78)|
|Education||The Perse School|
|Alma mater||Pembroke College, Cambridge|
|Spouse(s)||Ann Warnford-Davis (née Shire)|
|Parent(s)||Erwin Isak Jacob Rosenthal|
Elisabeth Charlotte Rosenthal, née Marx
|Relatives||Miriam Hodgson (sister)|
Thomas Gabriel Rosenthal was born on 16 July 1935 in London, the son of Erwin Isak Jacob Rosenthal (1904–1991), a Hebrew scholar and orientalist, and his wife, Elisabeth Charlotte Rosenthal, née Marx (1907–1996), both refugees from Nazi Germany. His sister was the children's books editor Miriam Hodgson.
He was chairman of the Institute of Contemporary Arts.
Rosenthal was married to Ann Warnford-Davis (née Shire), a literary agent, and had two sons, Adam, a surgeon specialising in gynaecological oncology, and Daniel, an author.
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