Patrick O’Connor

She Knew Them All

Great Artists in Close-up: Matisse, Picasso, Miró – As I Knew Them

By Rosamond Bernier

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At New York Public Library, four or five years ago, I heard Rosamond Bernier lecture on Max Ernst. Without notes, standing, she seemed to embrace the whole room into her confidence. Holding a child’s toy tin clicker in her right hand, with a regular snap she commanded the attention of the projectionist who kept up a three-screen slide show.

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