La Seine à Vernon

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Pierre Bonnard was as a French painter and printmaker, active during the late nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth century and a principal member of the Nabis Group, who were inspired by the work of Paul Gauguin. He is particularly known for the decorative qualities of his paintings and his individual use of colour. By the beginning of the twentieth century, the Nabis had separated, and Bonnard travelled with Vuillard across Europe, visiting England, Belgium, Holland, Spain and Italy. This was a period of reflection, discovery and research and the resulting confidence is evident in his style. During this period, Bonnard appears to have rejected the contemporary movements of Fauvism and Cubism and to some extent reverted to the themes and techniques of Impressionism.

The New Art Gallery Walsall



La Seine à Vernon




oil on canvas


H 38.5 x W 62.5 cm

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gift from Kathleen Epstein, 1973

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