Tag Archives: Post Impressionism

Pierre Bonnard

One of the most wonderful things about Bonnard is his lack of affectation. He freely admitted to pursuing art, not because of some great drive to create and discover, but because he thought more conventional pursuits were boring. His greatest … Continue reading

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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

A-Montrouge Rosa la Rouge, 1886-1887, Oil on Canvas, 28.5 x 19.25” (72.4 x 48.9 cm), The Barnes Foundation, Merion, Pennsylvania You are a young man of some personal means because your family is important, so important it looks to itself … Continue reading

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