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Place Clichy Fine-Art Print
Place Clichy
28" x 22"
 
 
Price: $29.99
Sale: $14.99
Open Window Fine-Art Print
Open Window
22" x 28"
 
 
Price: $30.99
Sale: $15.49
Still Life Fine-Art Print
Still Life
28" x 22"
 
 
Price: $30.99
Sale: $15.49
Ice Skating Palace Fine-Art Print
Ice Skating Palace
22" x 28"
 
 
Price: $29.99
Sale: $14.99
The Seine near Vernon, c1911 Fine-Art Print
The Seine near Vernon, c1911
16" x 13"
+ Multiple Sizes
 
Price: $39.99
Sale: $19.99
Morning in Paris, 1911 Fine-Art Print
Morning in Paris, 1911
18" x 11"
+ Multiple Sizes
 
Price: $39.99
Sale: $19.99
Behind the Fence, 1895 Fine-Art Print
Behind the Fence, 1895
16" x 15"
+ Multiple Sizes
 
Price: $42.99
Sale: $21.49
Evening in Paris, 1911 Fine-Art Print
Evening in Paris, 1911
18" x 11"
+ Multiple Sizes
 
Price: $39.99
Sale: $19.99
The Mediterranean Sea, (right panel), 1911 Fine-Art Print
The Mediterranean Sea, (right panel), 1911
8" x 21"
+ Multiple Sizes
 
Price: $35.99
Sale: $17.99
Corner of Paris, c1905 Fine-Art Print
Corner of Paris, c1905
16" x 17"
+ Multiple Sizes
 
Price: $45.99
Sale: $22.99
Summer in Normandy, c1912 Fine-Art Print
Summer in Normandy, c1912
16" x 14"
+ Multiple Sizes
 
Price: $42.99
Sale: $21.49
Early Spring, Little Fauns, 1909 Fine-Art Print
Early Spring, Little Fauns, 1909
16" x 14"
+ Multiple Sizes
 
Price: $41.99
Sale: $20.99
Mirror Above a Washstand, 1908 Fine-Art Print
Mirror Above a Washstand, 1908
12" x 15"
+ Multiple Sizes
 
Price: $37.99
Sale: $18.99
Landscape with Freight Train, 1909 Fine-Art Print
Landscape with Freight Train, 1909
16" x 12"
+ Multiple Sizes
 
Price: $37.99
Sale: $18.99
Plan De La Villa Barberini Fine-Art Print
Plan De La Villa Barberini
18" x 26"
 
 
Price: $62.99
Sale: $31.49
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Known for his color-strewn scenes of domestic life, classically posed nudes and penetrating self portraits, Bonnard used a rich variety of media to express his creativity. In his twenties, Bonnard joined a group of artists known as the Nabis (a Hebrew term meaning "prophet"), who were interested in manipulating color and composition to evoke a feeling or mood. Apart from his paintings, he created posters, produced sets of lithographs, designed furniture and stained glass, and painted screens and stage settings. His cheerfully rendered, if slightly mocking, scenes of everyday life contrast sharply with his voluptuous but complex nude portraits of his mistress (later his wife), Marthe. In many of his works, he enhanced the beauty and charm of a scene by uniting interior architecture and furnishings with exterior landscapes to form a coherent decorative surface. After 1900, he devoted his perception to the careful scrutiny of nature. His signature style consisting of high color, rhythmically broken brushwork, softened contours and odd perspectives evolved at this point in his career.
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