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Pierre Bonnard
LA MAISON JAUNE
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PROPERTY FROM A NEW YORK PRIVATE COLLECTOR

Pierre Bonnard
LA MAISON JAUNE
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Pierre Bonnard
1867 - 1947年
LA MAISON JAUNE
Signed Bonnard (toward lower center)
Oil on canvas
29 by 23 5/8 in.
74 by 60 cm
Painted circa 1923.
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來源

Pierre Matisse Gallery, New York
Mrs. Ralph Hines, New York
Sidney M. Schoenberg, St. Louis
M. Knoedler & Co., New York
Mr. Shirley Carter Burden, New York (acquired from the above on June 15, 1959)
Thence by descent

出版

Jean & Henry Dauberville, Bonnard, Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre peint 1920-1939, vol. III, Paris, 1973, no. 1162, illustrated p. 146

相關資料

The 1920s marked a turning point in Bonnard's style. Through his earlier involvement with the Nabis, Bonnard had long employed decorative elements such as flattened planes of color and bold contours. In his mature work, this technique would prove extraordinarily effective in conveying the nuanced variations in the terrain of the South of France. As Nicholas Watkins explains, “Bonnard’s art was always very much based on reality, but a distinction can be made between his northern and southern landscapes: whereas in the former he was more concerned with capturing the transient effects of weather, in the latter the permanence of atmosphere drew him into an alternative Mediterranean vision of a classical Golden Age. Cézanne and Renoir, rather than Monet, became his mentors in the south" (Nicholas Watkins, Bonnard, London, 1994, p. 156). The present work, which showcases a verdant landscape and electric sunset, exemplifies the best of this production.

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