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Jason Berger; artist painted landscapes and loved jazz

Mr. Berger enjoyed painting and drawing in Europe. In Paris, he studied under Ossip Zadkine. Mr. Berger enjoyed painting and drawing in Europe. In Paris, he studied under Ossip Zadkine. (Judi Rotenberg Gallery)
By Sebastian Smee
Globe Staff / October 20, 2010

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Jason Berger, the artist known for his improvised, jazz-inspired landscape paintings and his early association with the group of artists known as the Boston expressionists, died Sunday at his home in Brookline, following a battle with cancer. He was 86. (Full article: 742 words)

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