Family on the terrace by Pierre Bonnard

In this work, Bonnard does not yet have those bright, flickering colors that are characteristic of a later period of his work. Nevertheless, “Family on the terrace” is a very

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Terrace in Vernon by Pierre Bonnard

Bonnard always kept in his heart the devotion and love for Normandy, as evidenced by his landscapes dedicated to this northern region of France. Two works are monumental: “Terrace”, where

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Open Window by Pierre Bonnard

A Frenchman by birth, a neo-impressionist painter, the symbolist Pierre Bonnard was one of the few foreign painters elected to the London Academy of Arts. Pierre Bonnard received a classical

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Two poodles by Pierre Bonnard

In many of Bonnar’s paintings there are cats and dogs, which the artist loved very much. Most often, pets are secondary characters. So, a curious cat in “Checkered Blouse” helps

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Checkered Blouse by Pierre Bonnard

The model for this work was the sister of Bonnard Andre. The format of the picture and the choice of the plot reveal its connection with Japanese graphics. “The checkered

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Idle Woman by Pierre Bonnard

About four hundred times, according to the most conservative estimates, Marta de Meligny posed for Bonnard, while in the list of paintings there is not a single work where the

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Lodge by Pierre Bonnard

Unlike his friend Vuillard, who made a name for himself as a portrait painter, Bonnard did not often paint portraits. As a rule, he portrayed his relatives or friends on

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Nanny on a walk by Pierre Bonnard

This work refers to the period of “Nabis,” characterized by the artist’s passion for decorative and applied art. The original “Nanny for a walk” is a screen consisting of four

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Women in the Garden by Pierre Bonnard

The creative and freedom-loving nature of Bonnard resisted any restrictions, no matter what spheres of life, and even more so of art, this did not concern. His creative search is

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Self-portrait by Pierre Bonnard

As already noted, Bonnard was not a master of psychological portrait. But he was a master of psychological self-portrait. A series of his self-portraits has no equal in XX century

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