Monday, 12 December 2011

Édouard Vuillard - part 2

This is part 2 of a 3-part post looking at the works of French artist and member of Les Nabis, Édouard Vuillard. For biographical notes on Vuillard see part 1. Part 3 will feature his very contemporary-looking prints. An interesting contrast between part 1 and part 2 - I think these later works are far more assured and confidant - some have a very contemporary look.


1895 Lady in Blue 
oil on cardboard

1895 Woman in a Striped Dress 
oil on canvas

c1895-1900 Madame Bonnard 
oil on cardboard

c1895 Old Woman in front of the Fireplace 
oil on cardboard

1898 Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec at Villeneuve sur Yonne 
oil on cardboard

1898 Repast in the Garden 
oil on cardboard

1898 The Artist's Paint Box and Moss Roses 
oil on cardboard

1899 Interior, Sitting Room with Three Lamps, Saint-Florentin Street 
oil on paper

1899 Landscape, Window Overlooking the Woods

1899 The Woman 
oil on board

1900-01 The First Steps 
oil on canvas 
© Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris 

c1900 After the Meal 
oil on board 
© ADAGP - photo musée d'Orsay / rmn

c1900 Annette Roussel with a Broken Chair 
© Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

1901 Wife and Child 
oil on cardboard

1902 Interior 
oil on cardboard

1905 Sewing 
oil on board

1905 Still Life, Hydrangeas 
oil on cardboard 
© Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

1907-8 La Meule 
glue on canvas 
© ADAGP - photo musée d'Orsay / rmn

c1907 On the Beach 
glue on canvas

c1910 The Boulevard of Batignolles 
oil on paper

1912 A Child wearing Blue Overalls 
oil on canvas

1914 Dr. Georges Viau in His Office Treating Annette Roussel

1927 Portrait of the actress Jane Redouart

1931 The Visit 
mixed media on canvas

1932 Countess Jean de Polignac

c1932-5 Flowers on a Mantlepiece in Clayes

1937 Morning In the Garden at Vauxcresson

2 comments:

  1. so many Vuillards here I wasn't familiar with, what a feast.

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