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Bonnard

Pierre . 1867--1947, French painter and lithographer, noted for the effects of light and colour in his landscapes and sunlit interiors
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Banville's memoir reflects the continuing influence of Bonnard on his thinking.
At Tate Modern, these luminous paintings comprise the first major showing of Bonnard's work in Britain for 20 years.
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Inaugurated this summer in a magnificent former grand hotel, the Musee Bonnard has been completely renovated and luxuriously furnished.
Chief Constable of Cleveland Sean Price and his deputy Derek Bonnard were arrested earlier this month and held on suspicion of misconduct in a public office, fraud by abuse of position and corrupt practice.
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From 1923 until his death, Pierre Bonnard painted and drew in his home in the south of France.