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Émile Bernard (1868-1941) - Nature morte au pichet et aux oignons - 1926


"Émile Bernard (1868-1941) - Nature morte au pichet et aux oignons - 1926"
Nature morte au pichet et aux oignons
Émile Bernard (1868-1941)
Oil on board
Signed “Emile Bernard” top right in red

References:
Luthi 1982, no. 1190
Luthi et Israel 2014, no. 1307

Collection of Clément Altarriba

Expositions:
“Émile Bernard” Fondation Mona Bismarch, 1991.
“Émile Bernard” Musée Balore, 1993.

By 1926, the year of this still life's creation, Émile Bernard had reinvented himself many times over. He had begun his artistic career as a student at Cormon's studio where he befriended fellow students Louis Anquetin and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. After being expelled from Cormon's studio, Bernard journyed on foot from Paris to Pont-Aven in 1886. In following years, with companions including Van Gogh, Schuffenecker, and Gauguin, Bernard developed the Sythetist style of painting. In 1890, Bernard attended Van Gogh's funeral in Auvers. In 1891, Bernard cut ties with Gauguin. He then moved to Egypt where he would live until 1904. Upon his return to France, Bernard stayed in Aix-en-Provence and spent time working with Paul Cézanne. Toward the end of his career, Bernard turned his attention to classical themes and compositions, adopting and exploring the styles of the great Renaissance masters. Contact for more information.

Museum Holdings:

Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Musée d'Orsay
Norton Simon Museum
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Museum of Fine Arts Boston
The Museum of Fine Arts Houston
The Museum of Modern Art
The Tate
The Van Gogh Museum
Price : $9,500
Artist : Émile Bernard
Period: 20th century
Style: Other Style
Condition : Excellent condition

Material : Oil painting
Length: 45 cm
Width : 35 cm

Reference : 344
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