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Duveen in the 1920s
Duveen in the 1920s
The Elgin Marbles in the Duveen Gallery of the British Museum
The Elgin Marbles in the Duveen Gallery of the British Museum
La belle ferronnière, by Leonardo da Vinci, in the Louvre, Paris; the authenticity of another version of this painting was questioned by Duveen.
La belle ferronnière, by Leonardo da Vinci, in the Louvre, Paris; the authenticity of another version of this painting was questioned by Duveen.
The oldest Western panel portrait of a woman, now in the National Gallery of Art, Washington. Photographs prove Duveen significantly altered the hair
The oldest Western panel portrait of a woman, now in the National Gallery of Art, Washington. Photographs prove Duveen significantly altered the hair and headdress to make it look like a Pisanello of the 1440s.[citation needed] It is now catalogued as by an unknown "Franco-Flemish Master" of about 1410.
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Berenson in 1905
Berenson in 1905
Bernard Berenson in the garden of his estate Villa I Tatti in 1911
Bernard Berenson in the garden of his estate Villa I Tatti in 1911
Autochrome portrait by Auguste Léon, 1917
Autochrome portrait by Auguste Léon, 1917
Cole Porter, Linda Lee Thomas, Bernard Berenson, and Howard Sturges in a gondola, 1923
Cole Porter, Linda Lee Thomas, Bernard Berenson, and Howard Sturges in a gondola, 1923