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Pierre Bonnard: The Colour of Memory

Tate Modern, London


Avoiding painting en plein air to work from memory for the most part, Bonnard is best known for his intense landscapes and vivid interior scenes. This show presents him as an outward-looking artist, as it reflects on his travels around France and his responses to war. Find out more from the Tate’s website. 

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Window Open on the Soul (Vernon), Bonnard

Window Open on the Soul (Vernon) (1911–12), Pierre Bonnard. Musée des Beaux-Arts Jules Chéret, Nice. Photo: Muriel Anssens

Nude in the Bath, Bonnard

Nude in the Bath (1936), Pierre Bonnard. Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. Photo: Roger-Viollet

A Ruined Village Near Ham, Bonnard

A Ruined Village Near Ham (1917), Pierre Bonnard. Centre national des arts plastiques, Paris. Photo: Roger Violliet

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