Bonnard

Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947 French)

Pierre Bonnard was not a revolutionary artist but he synthesized several different styles to create works of striking painterliness and memorably glorious color. He borrowed a lightness from the Impressionists, a bold palette from the Post-Impressionists and Fauves, a compressed dimensionality from Matisse and added an immense intensity of his own. He is better known for his paintings of nude women reclining in their baths, because of their luxuriant and radiant patterning rather than the mostly submerged nudes themselves.

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Ice Skating Palace La Sieste au Jardin
(The Nap in a Garden)
Nude in the Bath
and Small Dog
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The Earthly Paradise Nude at Fireplace Nude in front of a Mirror
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Nu a Contrejour Ou
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Vue Du Cannet Young Women
in the Garden
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Summer The Garden The Gray Nude
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