Pierre Bonnard

Pierre Bonnard

(1867-1947) French

Pierre Bonnard was a French painter, illustrator, and printmaker, known especially for the stylized decorative qualities of his paintings and his bold use of color. In 1888 Bonnard was accepted by the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, where he met Edouard Vuillard and Ker Xavier Roussel. He also sold his first commercial work of art, a design for a poster for France-Champagne, which helped him convince his family that he could make a living as an artist. He set up his first studio at on rue Lechapelais and began his career as an artist. He joined with his friends from the Academy Julien to form Les Nabis, a group of young artists that played a large part in the transition from impressionism to symbolism and the other early movements of modernism. 

WORK

Galerie des Ponchettes by Pierre Bonnard, 1955
Galerie des Ponchettes by Pierre Bonnard, 1955
Regular price $280.00 USD
Orangerie Des Tuileries (after) Pierre Bonnard, 1947
Orangerie Des Tuileries (after) Pierre Bonnard, 1947
Regular price $600.00 USD
"L'Oeuvre Graphique de Bonnard - Galerie Pierre Berès (after) Pierre Bonnard, 1944
"L'Oeuvre Graphique de Bonnard - Galerie Pierre Berès (after) Pierre Bonnard, 1944
Regular price $600.00 USD
50 Toiles De Maitres (after) Pierre Bonnard, 1969
50 Toiles De Maitres (after) Pierre Bonnard, 1969
Regular price $175.00 USD
Exposition Musée de Besançon (after) Pierre Bonnard, 1965
Exposition Musée de Besançon (after) Pierre Bonnard, 1965
Regular price $300.00 USD
Bonnard Vuillard - Musée National D'Art Moderne (after) Pierre Bonnard, 1955
Bonnard Vuillard - Musée National D'Art Moderne (after) Pierre Bonnard, 1955
Regular price $900.00 USD