Pierre Bonnard

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Self-Portrait, ca. 1889.

Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947) was French Nabi painter and printmake. In 1937 he was honored with the responsibility of decorating the French pavilion at the Exposition Universelle in Paris. Some of Bonnard's works include: Le Moulin Rouge, 1891, The Letter, 1906, Cats on the Railing, 1909, The Dining Room in the Country, 1913, Signac and Friends, 1913-1914, The Green Blouse, 1919, and View of Vence (a watercolor, pencil, and gouache on paper at MOMA).

Pierre Bonnard Signac and Friends 1913 1914.jpg

Signac and Friends 1913-1914.

Pierre Bonnard loved boats, beaches and seaports and loved to pass the time sailing with friends... Pierre liked to paint people, everyday things, seascapes and interior spaces. [1]

See his petite gallery: Pierre Bonnard Gallery

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