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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