Art historian Vincent Scully has died at the age of 97. The longtime Yale professor was renowned as a compelling lecturer, an eloquent critic, and an important mentor to many architects, inspiring especially those who were interested in fluid boundaries between the past, present, and future of design.

You can read more about him and his contributions in the following obituaries, The New York Times , The Washington Post, and in Twitter posts by his admirers.

There are many videos available as well that have captured his ideas about architecture and architects. We’ve collected a sampling below.