Bonnard


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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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Mr Bonnard, 50, was sacked last month from his PS118,052 a year job.
Bonnard had earlier run a blinder in France and, in hindsight, I probably did the wrong thing at the Curragh as I tackled Distant Music a little too early at the straight.
Kinane, who won the event on Giant's Causeway 12 months ago, partners Bonnard in preference to the other Ballydoyle runners-Beckett, at 1.
The investigation into Mr Bonnard and former Chief Constable Sean Price, who was also dismissed has been a costly one.
I had to get back on and ride Bonnard otherwise they would not let me on Giant's Causeway, and I knew what I would be missing.
After a three-week behind-closed-doors hearing, an independent panel found Mr Bonnard had: | Deliberately obstructed corruption investigation Operation Sacristy; | Misused public funds in relation to a charity bike ride; | Misused a corporate credit card; | Inappropriately hired and crashed a vehicle, costing the taxpayer over PS5,000; | Accepted inappropriate hospitality, and | Failed to follow policy and procedure in relation to a redundancy matter.
Mr Bonnard is believed to be claiming he was overlooked in the appointment of Ms Cheer to the post, and that it amounted to sexual discrimination against him.
After rearing up in the stalls, Bonnard was all out to beat America Calling on his debut in a six-furlong maiden at Fairyhouse in May, but the first two finished nine lengths clear of the third.
Bonnard met his wife Marthe in 1893 and over the next 50 years he was to paint her incessantly.
LEGAL arguments are being held at the outset of the disciplinary hearing against Cleveland's Deputy Chief Constable Derek Bonnard.
He managed the stables where Noel Cannon and Norman Bertie trained Pinza, Scottish Union and Belle Of All, before himself training good winners like Bonnard and Matinee.
Conflating various pieces on a particular artist or subject, that book offered some of the best postwar thinking on Picasso, Bonnard, and especially Braque; it also made a case for English artists for whom I happen to have had (at the time) a young man's appreciation: Ben Nicholson, Graham Sutherland, Barbara Hepworth, Keith Vaughan, Victor Pasmore, Peter Lanyon, and others.