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Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947) concocted gentle deliriums of color in quiet domestic scenes: views of a table set for lunch, a garden view, a woman adjusting a bouquet or, most famously, the artist's wife bathing, all infused with an infectious chromatic delight. "It seemed to me that it was possible to translate light, forms and character using nothing but color," he once wrote, "without recourse to values." Bonnard lavishes his domestic scenes with a palpable tenderness that later led to his style (and that of his colleague Eduoard Vuillard) being dubbed "Intimiste." In the 1880s Bonnard was a founding member of the Nabi group, along with his close friends Paul S rusier, Maurice Denis, Paul Ranson and Edouard Vuillard. Their Post-Impressionist aesthetic favored emotional tangibility over observational truth, and their paintings reveled in heightened effects of pattern, prompted by a shared predilection for Japanese decorative arts and prints. In Bonnard's case, this predilection led to an experimentation with many forms, such as lithography, illustration, interior design and photography. For this catalogue and the exhibition it accompanies, the Fondation Beyeler has gathered an extraordinary selection of Bonnard's paintings from institutions and private collections around the world, compiling an ideal introduction to Bonnard's life-affirming vision.Reseña del editor:
Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947), whose distinctive style set him apart from all the many isms of the early twentieth century, is one of the most fascinating painters of the modern era. An outstanding colorist, he treated color as a vehicle for expressing a vast array of sensory impressions. He found the subjects that he needed to inspire his highly unusual light- and color-filled compositions close to home - including at his houses in Normandy and on the Côte d'Azur. This book reveals a veritable "maison imaginaire de Bonnard" and presents all the various themes that were to accompany him throughout his life. With contributions by Evelyn Benesch, Andreas Beyer, Marina Ferretti Bocquillon, Fiona Hesse, Michiko Kono, Ulf Küster, and Beate Söntgen, and some sixty paintings from international museums and private collections - including the famous bathers, views of Bonnard's garden, various interiors, and colorful Parisian street scenes - it provides us with an overview of Bonnard's extraordinary work and development as an artist.
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