Pierre Bonnard

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H. N. Abrams, 1969 - Art - 160 pages
The author of this book, Andre' Fermigier, a leading French art critic and historian, conducts us from the early, whimsical glimpses of daily life to the artist's dedication to colour and glowing luminosity. This book offers a fresh look at Bonnard's work and emphasizes his distinctive use of colour. Yet it does not neglect Bonnard the brilliant draftsman, poster designer, and book illustrator. contains 128 illustrations, including 49 tipped-in colourplates.

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Each of these 25 booklets presents a brief biography with black and white sketches of the artist and his work. Most of it, however, consists of full-size plates in full color of the artist's notable works. Terrific for an art history class at most levels of education. Read full review

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