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Mary Berenson (née Smith)

(1864-1945), Art historian; former wife of Frank Costelloe, and later wife of Bernard Berenson; daughter of Robert Pearsall Smith

Sitter associated with 75 portraits

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Bernard Berenson; Mary Berenson (née Smith), by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax161102

Bernard Berenson; Mary Berenson (née Smith)

by Unknown photographer
bromide copy print, circa 1920
NPG Ax161102

Mary Berenson (née Smith), by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax161086

Mary Berenson (née Smith)

by Unknown photographer
matte bromide postcard print, circa 1922
NPG Ax161086

Mary Berenson (née Smith); Bernard Berenson, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax161100

Mary Berenson (née Smith); Bernard Berenson

by Unknown photographer
bromide copy print, 1922
NPG Ax161100

Mary Berenson (née Smith); Janet Ann Ross (née Duff Gordon), by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax161131

Mary Berenson (née Smith); Janet Ann Ross (née Duff Gordon)

by Unknown photographer
vintage snapshot print, mid 1920s
NPG Ax161131

Mary Berenson (née Smith), by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax161087

Mary Berenson (née Smith)

by Unknown photographer
velox snapshot print, August 1926
NPG Ax161087

Mary Berenson (née Smith), by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax161089

Mary Berenson (née Smith)

by Unknown photographer
matte bromide postcard print, 1930-1935
NPG Ax161089

Mary Berenson (née Smith), by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax161105

Mary Berenson (née Smith)

by Unknown photographer
vintage snapshot print, 1930
NPG Ax161105

'Four Generations', by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax161209

'Four Generations'

by Unknown photographer
vintage bromide print, 1935
NPG Ax161209

Mary Berenson (née Smith); Roger Hultin, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax161210

Mary Berenson (née Smith); Roger Hultin

by Unknown photographer
vintage bromide print, 1935
NPG Ax161210

Bernard Berenson; Roger Hultin; Mary Berenson (née Smith), by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax161223

Bernard Berenson; Roger Hultin; Mary Berenson (née Smith)

by Unknown photographer
matte bromide postcard print, 1935
NPG Ax161223

Mary Berenson (née Smith); Roger Hultin; Ray Strachey, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax161165

Mary Berenson (née Smith); Roger Hultin; Ray Strachey

by Unknown photographer
bromide copy print, 1936-1937
NPG Ax161165

Mary Berenson (née Smith); Roger Hultin; Ray Strachey, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax161163

Mary Berenson (née Smith); Roger Hultin; Ray Strachey

by Unknown photographer
matte bromide postcard print, 1938
NPG Ax161163

Mary Berenson (née Smith), by Ray Strachey - NPG D206

Mary Berenson (née Smith)

by Ray Strachey
oil on board, 1925-1937
NPG D206

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