Pierre Bonnard

Compotier des Pommes (Bowl of Apples)

Artwork Detail

Pierre Bonnard was a painter, printmaker and photographer. He started painting in Paris in the early 1890s, and was one of the first artists to use pure colour in flat planes, which he then enlivened using decorative linear arabesques. Bonnard worked across a range of media, including paintings, posters, and designs for stained-glass windows and books. His still lifes were influenced by Paul Cézanne. There are four works on paper by Bonnard in Auckland Art Gallery collection.

Compotier des Pommes (Bowl of Apples)
Pierre Bonnard
Production date
circa 1930
oil on canvas
354 x 325 x 21 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, gift of Julian and Josie Robertson through the Auckland Art Gallery Foundation, 2023
Accession no
Other ID
X2009/12/13 Former Exhibition Number
Copyright Expired
International Art
Display status
On display

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