Bernard or Bernhard
[bur-nahrd,, burn-hahrd] /ˈbɜr nɑrd,, ˈbɜrn hɑrd/ (Show IPA), 1865–1959, U.S. art critic, born in Lithuania.
For Berenson, the story line from the White House remains fuzzy.
Great Writers Rescue Obama Samuel P. Jacobs December 13, 2010
Mr. Berenson answers the question thus: “His pictures are the perfect reflex of the Renaissance at its height.”
Giorgione Herbert Cook
In the Capitol is a fresco painting which Mr. Berenson ascribes to our master.
Pintoricchio Evelyn March Phillipps
Mr Berenson ascribes them to Duccio and Fungai respectively.
The Story of Siena and San Gimignano Edmund G. Gardner
Finally, Mr. Berenson, with rare insight proclaimed the conception and the spirit of the picture to be Giorgione’s.
Giorgione Herbert Cook
Mr. Berenson calls attention further to the historical significance of this page from contemporary life and manners.
A Popular Handbook to the National Gallery, Volume I, Foreign Schools Various
The attribution to Titian is, however, not disputed by the two severest of modern critics, Morelli and Berenson.
Titian; a collection of fifteen pictures and a portrait of the painter Estelle Hurll
Crowe and Cavalcaselle, supplemented by the writings of Berenson, should be consulted as to this painter.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 16, Slice 6 Various
Bernard 1865–1959, US art historian, born in Lithuania: an authority on art of the Italian Renaissance
Bernardo [ber-nahr-doh;; Italian ber-nahr-daw] /bərˈnɑr doʊ;; Italian bɛrˈnɑr dɔ/ (Show IPA), (Canaletto) 1720–80, Italian painter.
Busby [buhz-bee] /ˈbʌz bi/ (Show IPA), (William Berkeley Enos) 1895–1976, U.S. choreographer and musical-film director. George, 1685?–1753, Irish bishop and philosopher. Sir William, 1610–77, British colonial governor of Virginia 1642–76. a city in W California, on San Francisco Bay. a city in E Missouri, near St. Louis. a male given name. Contemporary Examples Among mainstreamers […]
Bruno, 1903–90, U.S. psychologist, educator, and writer, born in Austria.
Benazir [ben-uh-zeer] /ˌbɛn əˈzɪər/ (Show IPA), 1953–2007, prime minister of Pakistan 1988–90 and 1993–96. Zulfikar Ali [zool-fi-kahr] /ˈzul fɪˌkɑr/ (Show IPA), 1928–79, Pakistani political leader: president 1971–73 and prime minister 1973–77. Contemporary Examples Just before her death, Ms. Bhutto warned that she could see al Qaeda “marching on Islamabad in two or four years.” Al […]