J. Carter Brown talking about his mentor Bernard Berenson:

According to Brown, the elder art historian “found, at the end of his life, that his great experiences came in his daily walk, which he did at the end of the day up behind I Tatti, where, he said, the fruits of a lifetime of looking at art objects allowed him to look at nature in a newly meaningful way.”

found in “Reciprocal Generosity” by Mary Jane Jacob in
What we want is free, generosity and exchange in recent art
edited by Ted Purves