The Bernhard Berenson Letters (VMF011)


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Berenson to Max Goldstein, St. Louis, from I Tatti, Florence. Aug. 17, 1935.

Berenson to Max Goldstein, St. Louis, from I Tatti, Florence. Oct. 26, 1935.

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Berenson, Bernhard
Title: Berenson, Bernhard, 1865-1959 American art critic. To Goldstein, Max:
Quantity: 2 items
Identification: VMF011[Accessions: 931]

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Collection is open to research.

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Gift of Mrs. Max Goldstein St. Louis

Processing: May, 1969.

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1 /Berenson

Berenson to Max Goldstein, St. Louis, from I Tatti, Florence., Aug. 17, 1935. (1 item (4 pp.): ALS)

Berenson requests Goldstein to send him photographs of drawings being exhibited at the St. Louis City Art Museum (July, 1935) for possible inclusion in the catalog of a new edition of his Drawings of Florentine Painters.

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Berenson to Max Goldstein, St. Louis, from I Tatti, Florence., Oct. 26, 1935. (1 item (4 pp.): ALS)

Berenson thanks Goldstein for sending the requested photographs. He expresses interest in a drawing attributed to Pollajuolo and refers to Dr. Laeles and Dr. Parker. He expresses the opinion that drawings in the exhibit attributed to Michelangelo are actually by Passarotti, and one ascribed to Bronzius may be by Batt. Lauco.

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