Rosenberg, Paul

Rosenberg, Paul

(1881–1959) art dealer, collector; born in Paris, France. Educated in Paris, he joined his father's antique business and worked in England (1902–05). He returned to Paris to open an art gallery (1911), and became famous as a dealer of such artists as Picasso, Braque, and Matisse. He opened a branch in England (1935). Fleeing from the Germans, he emigrated to New York City (1940), where he opened a gallery that successfully represented contemporary American and European artists.
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Jackson, Alexis Rosenberg, Paul Alan Shapiro, Joseph Buford Towne, and Viviana Pedroso Varela.
Bottomley was inevitably to be found at home (and in such wonderful country) and he attracted friends and letters from friends, and so we are given pointers to those more classic figures of their time -- Edward Thomas, Isaac Rosenberg, Paul Nash, and Charles Ricketts, all glimpsed through the aura of Bottomley.
As background to the relatively recent development of a medical device industry, Foote provides a useful summary of literature by historians of medicine such as Charles Rosenberg, Paul Starr, and Rosemary Stevens on changing structures for the financing of medical services, the changing organization of health care, the corporation of hospitals and physicians' practices, and the growing role of government in all aspects of health care.