Bernard or Bern·hard [bur-nahrd, burn-hahrd], /ˈbɜr nɑrd, ˈbɜrn hɑrd/, 1865–1959, U.S. art critic, born in Lithuania.
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Arthur Acton decided to go into business with a neighbor in Florence, Bernard Berenson.In Tussle Over Will, Mistress’s Family Takes a Bite Out of NYU | Anthony Haden-Guest | November 10, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Between 2000 and 2010, Alex Berenson worked as a reporter for the New York Times.
For Berenson, the story line from the White House remains fuzzy.
Spy novelist Alex Berenson, who published The Midnight House this year, said the way forward might be the creation of an enemy.
Mr. Berenson calls attention further to the historical significance of this page from contemporary life and manners.
The attribution to Titian is, however, not disputed by the two severest of modern critics, Morelli and Berenson.
Crowe and Cavalcaselle, supplemented by the writings of Berenson, should be consulted as to this painter.
Mr Berenson ascribes them to Duccio and Fungai respectively.The Story of Siena and San Gimignano | Edmund G. Gardner
In the Capitol is a fresco painting which Mr. Berenson ascribes to our master.Pintoricchio | Evelyn March Phillipps
British Dictionary definitions for Berenson
Bernard 1865–1959, US art historian, born in Lithuania: an authority on art of the Italian Renaissance
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