The Berenson Madonna is a c.1432-1437 tempera and gold on panel painting by Domenico Veneziano, now in the Berenson collection at Villa I Tatti in Settignano. It was auctioned by the Panciatichi family and acquired by Berenson for his personal collection.
The Madonna and Child in the Berenson Collection in Florence is also similarly related to Florentine painting of the 1430s; for this reason it is normally dated at around the same period as the Carnesecchi Tabernacle. The gentle image of the Virgin is placed against a reddish brocade backdrop, creating a very elegant and courtly mood; she offers a flower to the plump little Child. Here, too, the lighting contributes peaceful intimacy to the scene.