Renowned for his intimate scenes of domestic life, Edouard Villard (1868-1940) was one of the great Post-Impressionist artists, yet relatively little has been published about him. This copiously illustrated book covers all of Vuillard's work and explores his association with a number of important stylistic movements, such as the Nabis, Syntheism and Symbolism. Extracts from his early journals, and letters between the artist and his contemporaries, such as Pierre Bonnard and Maurice Denis, complete this authoritative study, which will be of great interest and lasting appeal to all fans of Post-Impressionist painting.Über den Autor:
Guy Cogeval is a curator at the Musee des Monuments Francais. He is the author of books on both Post-Impressionism and Bonnard.
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