The intimate domestic interiors of Pierre Bonnard (1867 — 1947) are universally popular with art lovers. Less well known is his highly accomplished early work as an illustrator and the strongly coloured, boldly designed paintings of the 1890s, when he was associated with the Nabis group of painters. In this important reassessment of Bonnard's life and work Nicholas Watkins argues that Bonnard was not a sentimental survivor of Impressionism as some have claimed, but a highly innovative artist, constantly responding to new formal challenges, and one of the twentieth century's great colourists. Paintings, graphic work and sketches are reproduced and examined in depth, providing a definitive study of this highly influential artist.
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