Posts Tagged ‘Pierre Bonnard’

We had a small but enthusiastic group who bravely painted the Bonnard Poppies last night at The Studio.  Nice work everyone!  It wasn’t as hard as we thought it would  be.  And they are beautiful. The next Famous Painter Party will be Tuesday, September 26th at 6 pm.  Maybe a Monet?

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Bonnard PoppiesWe continue with our Famous Painter Paint  Party series at The Studio next Tuesday featuring a painting by Post Impressionist Pierre  Bonnard.  He was a French painter and print maker who preferred to work from memory and sketches using intense color.  Join us Tuesday, August 22nd at 6 pm as we paint this lovely work of art.  No experience necessary.  Click here to register.

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While visiting the Baltimore Museum of Art this week we got to see some of the permanent collection including these two wonderful paintings….Bonnard’s Luncheon Table and O’Keeffe’s Pink Tulip. Included here are the descriptions on display by the works.

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Pierre Bonnard, "Woman and Dog at Table", oil on cardboard, 1908

Pierre Bonnard, “Woman and Dog at Table”, oil on cardboard, 1908

Yesterday I posted that we visited The Barnes Foundation on Sunday and each time I go I discover something new.  There is SO MUCH to see that I shouldn’t be surprised.  This time I saw this sweet little painting by Pierre Bonnard (French painter 1867-1947) that I love.  It is called “Woman and Dog at Table” and was painted in oil on cardboard in 1908.

Is it any surprise that I like it?  See more here.

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The Open Window Pierre Bonnard, 1921

The Open Window
Pierre Bonnard, 1921

Pierre Bonnard Interior with Boy, 1910

Pierre Bonnard
Interior with Boy, 1910

Pierre Bonnard Circus Rider, 1894

Pierre Bonnard
Circus Rider, 1894

Continuing with my visit to The Phillips Collection last week I saw several paintings by Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947), an artist that I have long admired.  You don’t see as much of his work as some of the other post-impressionists but when you do you have to stop to admire them.  Here are three good examples.

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