After his return to France in the early 1920's, he participated in many art exhibitions and was awarded the Great Prize of the Marseille's Colonial Exhibition in 1922.
During the 1925 Paris Decorative Arts Exhibition, he collaborated with the Indochina Pavilion's architect and creates a collection of furniture.
These 9 charming gouaches studies of Vietnamese Pagodas are typically representative of the artist’s interests during his Indochinese period. They show Bernanose's ability to capture the sacred atmosphere and the Asian architectural beauty of the temples. They are witness of the past times and depict sites that still remain as the subject of admiration for visitors of Vietnam to this very day.
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