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Vuillard

[ vwee-yar ]

noun

  1. (Jean) É·douard [zhah, n, ey-, dwar], 1868–1940, French painter.


Vuillard

/ vɥijar /

noun

  1. VuillardJean Édouard18681940MFrenchARTS AND CRAFTS: painterARTS AND CRAFTS: lithographer Jean Édouard (ʒɑ̃ edwar). 1868–1940, French painter and lithographer


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Within a few years of this painting, Vuillard gave up on most of the goals of optical realism.

In the Vuillard survey at the National Gallery in 2003, the link between paintings and photos was a big revelation.

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

To consider a picture by Vuillard, whose work is often compared with that of Bonnard, might help us here.

Vuillard loves what he paints, and his pictures are attractive, as often as not, chiefly because they represent lovely things.

Bonnard, Vuillard, Valloton and Roussel are others whose names have in the last few years become well known.

Vuillard, a painter of interiors, owes his inspiration as much to Toulouse-Lautrec as to Gauguin.

There are compositions by Vuillard which equally enchant me.

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