Bernard Berenson was an art critic and historian whom some believe was the definitive art historian in America during the 20th century. Born in Lithuania, Berenson and his family moved to Boston in
Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Book itself is Very Good Paper is age-tanned throughout, but not unattractive. More browning is limited to inside cover boards and their facing pages, as is typical with older books.
Inside is all clean Binding and hinges tight as new. By perhaps the world's most famous Renaissance art critic. Bernard Berenson — was an American art historian specializing in the Renaissance. His book The Italian Painters of the Renaissance was an international success.
Berenson was a major figure in the attribution of Old Masters, at a time when these were attracting new interest by American collectors, and his judgments were widely respected in the art world.
Recent research has cast doubt on some of his authentications, which may have been influenced by the exceptionally high commissions paid to him. Among US collectors of the early s, Berenson was regarded as the pre-eminent authority on Renaissance art.
His verdict of authenticity increased a painting's value. While his approach remained controversial among European art historians and connoisseurs, he played a pivotal role as an advisor to several important American art collectors, such as Isabella Stewart Gardner, who needed help in navigating the complex and treacherous market of newly fashionable Renaissance art.
According to Charles Hope, he "had a financial interest in many works It was quickly followed by The Florentine Painters of the Renaissancethat was lauded by William James for its innovative application of "elementary psychological categories to the interpretation of higher art".
In Berenson added another work to his series of scholarly yet handy guides publishing The Central Italian Painters of the Renaissance. After that he devoted six years of pioneering work to what is widely regarded as his deepest and most substantial book, The Drawings of the Florentine Painters, which was published in In he published his The North Italian Painters of the Renaissance, where he expressed a devastating and still controversial judgement of Mannerist art, which may be related to his love for Classicism and his professed distaste for Modern Art.
His early works were later integrated in his most famous book, The Italian Painters of the Renaissancewhich was widely translated and reprinted.
He also published two volumes of journals, "Rumor and Reflection" and "Sunset and Twilight". He is also the author of Aesthetics and History and Sketch for a Self-portrait. His beautiful residence in Settignano near Florence, which has been called 'I Tatti' since at least the 17th century, was willed to Harvard at his death and became The Harvard Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, a research center offering a residential fellowship to scholars working on all areas of the Italian Renaissance.
It houses his art collection and his personal library of books on art history and humanism, which Berenson regarded as his most enduring legacy. Shipping and handling This item will ship to Germany, but the seller has not specified shipping options.
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Select a valid country. Please enter 5 or 9 numbers for the ZIP Code.Archives and past articles from the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, and plombier-nemours.com Lorenzo Lotto; an essay in constructive art criticism Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Each plate accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress. Oct 11, · Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, the Renaissance () and Lorenzo Lotto: An Essay in Constructive Art Criticism () - which represented in their different ways the disrup- tive effect of Berenson’s Morellian method on .
See, for example, Zampetti's introduction to Lorenzo Lotto nelle Marche: il suo tempo, il suo mflusso (Florence, , 17–27 and B. Berenson, Lorenzo Lotto: An Essay m Constructive Art Criticism, 4th edn (New York, ).
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