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Ber·en·son

 (bĕr′ĭn-sən), Bernard also Bernhard 1865-1959.
Lithuanian-born American art critic and historian particularly noted for his writings on the Italian Renaissance, including Venetian Painters of the Renaissance (1894).

Berenson

(ˈbɛrənsən)
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(Biography) Bernard. 1865–1959, US art historian, born in Lithuania: an authority on art of the Italian Renaissance

Ber•en•son

(ˈbɛr ən sən)

n.
Bernard or Bernhard, 1865–1959, U.S. art critic, born in Lithuania.
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This volume brings together what is without doubt the most engaging and important single correspondence Clark maintained, those letters exchanged over a quarter of a century with Bernard Berenson (1865-1959).
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