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Bernhard Borchert (1 December 1863, Riga – 1945) was a Baltic-German painter who spent the greatest part of his life in Latvia. He entered the Imperial Academy of Arts in Saint Petersburg in 1883, and was in 1885 awarded a silver medal from the same institute. He produced book and magazine illustrations.
He was the author of the "Baltic artists’ painting exhibition" (Baltijas mākslinieku gleznu izstāde).
- Neumann, Wilhelm (1908). Lexikon Baltischer Künstler (in German). Riga: Jonck & Poliewsky. p. 19. Retrieved 15 December 2013.
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