Bonnard

[baw-nar]
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Contemporary Examples of bonnard

  • They are also serious art collectors—works by Vuillard, Bonnard, and Denis decorate their red-brick colonial Georgetown home.

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    Sandra McElwaine

    May 19, 2010

Historical Examples of bonnard

  • The craftsman was one of the most cunning goldsmiths of the city, Bonnard.

    The Churches of Paris

    S. Sophia Beale

  • Bonnard, on the other hand, must be one of the most painstaking artists alive.

    Since Czanne

    Clive Bell

  • Bonnard's pictures grow not as trees; they float as water-lilies.

    Since Czanne

    Clive Bell

  • They are free and various; and Bonnard is one of the greatest painters alive.

    Since Czanne

    Clive Bell

  • They are literary terms, and the painting of Bonnard is never literary.

    Since Czanne

    Clive Bell


British Dictionary definitions for bonnard

Bonnard

noun
  1. Pierre (pjɛr). 1867–1947, French painter and lithographer, noted for the effects of light and colour in his landscapes and sunlit interiors
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