BONNARD by Annette Vaillant
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Pierre Bonnard's luxury is all in his paintings,"" writes Annette Vaillant, who relates her impressions of the timid, thrifty and poor artist and his art from her own experience from childhood, when she came to know them both. She brings to this study the appeal of personal encounter. Critics Cassou and Cogniat place Bonnard in the history of modern art; Hans Hahnloser comments on some of the paintings in the Hahnloser collection at Winterthur.

Pub Date: Sept. 5th, 1966
Publisher: New York Graphic Society