Collection by Vered Gabay

Vered Gabay
Important art & artworks analysis by Pierre Bonnard including: Woman Reclining on a Bed, The Toilet, Landscape at Le Cannet & more in Post-Impressionism & Les Nabis. Pierre Bonnard, Figure Painting, Painting & Drawing, Painting Lessons, Édouard Vuillard, Paul Gauguin, Figurative Kunst, Arte Dachshund, Illustration

Pierre Bonnard - part 2

c1889 Self-portrait This is part two of a four-part post on the works of French artist Pierre Bonnard. For earlier works and biographical notes see part one below. Parts three and four will feature lithographs and the commercial works by Bonnard respectively. c1921-3 Young Woman in the Garden c1922-30 Standing Nude 1923 In front of the Window at Le Grand-Lemps 1923 Nude Bending Down 1924 Before Dinner c1924 Nude, Yellow Background 1925 Nude in the Bath 1925 The Bath 1925 The Table 1925 The…

Henri Matisse - Basket of Oranges, oil on canvas. Matisse so proud when Picasso bought it in Henri Matisse, Matisse Kunst, Matisse Art, Matisse Prints, Raoul Dufy, Matisse Pinturas, Maurice De Vlaminck, Matisse Paintings, Oil Paintings


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Pierre Bonnard (French, La porte de la villa du Bosquet au Cannet (Gate at the Villa Bosquet in Le Cannet) Oil on canvas, 1944 Gift of the L. and Margaret Walker Foundation, MMA Permanent Collection - Muskegon Art Museum Pierre Bonnard, Garden Painting, Painting & Drawing, Painting Lessons, Paul Gauguin, Impressionist Art, Post Impressionism Art, Henri Matisse, French Artists


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Interior at Le Cannet by Pierre Bonnard. Pierre Bonnard, Paul Gauguin, Henri Matisse, Maurice Denis, Edouard Vuillard, Vincent Van Gogh, Illustrations, Japanese Art, Painting & Drawing

Bonnard, "Interior at Le Cannet" (1938)

Can you see the woman? Bonnard often hides figures at the edges of his paintings. Bonnard was an incredible genius, often still under-rated. Just look at the complexity of this image, its frames within frames, views onto views! He did many, many of these bathroom interiors with his wife Marthe, but this strikes me as one of his very best. artgallery.yale.edu