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Bernard Berenson

The Making of a Connoisseur

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$50.00 • £40.95 • €45.00

ISBN 9780674067776

Publication Date: 01/01/1979

Short

516 pages

2 line illustrations, 28 halftones

Belknap Press

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  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • 1. A Lithuanian Childhood
  • 2. Dreamer in Minot Street
  • 3. A Harvard Aesthete
  • 4. Literary Debut
  • 5. Cities of a Dream
  • 6. Seedtime of Art
  • 7. Beyond the Alps
  • 8. Disciple of Morelli
  • 9. The Smiths of Friday’s Hill
  • 10. The Path to Monte Oliveto
  • 11. Master and Errant Pupil
  • 12. Trial of the Scholar-Aesthete
  • 13. Talent in Harness
  • 14. New Vistas at Home and Abroad
  • 15. Secrets of the Artistic Personality
  • 16. Heretic at the New Gallery
  • 17. The Tactile Imagination
  • 18. Only the Greatest in the World
  • 19. The Critical Gantlet
  • 20. The “Wizard of Quick Wits”
  • 21. A Duel with Vernon Lee
  • 22. A Tangled Web
  • 23. A Man of Affairs
  • 24. “Room for Berenson”
  • 25. A Union of “Minds and Feelings”
  • 26. A Victorian Husband
  • 27. The Study and Criticism of Italian Art
  • 28. The Wars of the Burlington
  • 29. Mission to the New World
  • 30. A New Beginning
  • Selected Bibliography
  • Notes
  • Index

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