The Berger Collection is an important private collection of British art which was started in 1996 by the late William M. B. Berger and his wife Bernadette Johnson Berger. The collection is housed at the Denver Art Museum and is comprised of approximately two hundred objects, spanning more than six centuries. The paintings, drawings, and art objects in the Berger Collection present a history of the British School from its origins to the early twenty-first century. A particular strength are its medieval and Renaissance artworks, in addition to works by Thomas Gainsborough and John Constable.

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