(1868 - 1940)
Edouard (Jean-Édouard) Vuillard was active/lived in France. Edouard Vuillard is known for interior, landscape, figure, portrait and genre painting.
A post-impressionist French painter who was one of the revolutionaries
of the Nabis movement that paved the way for abstraction, Edouard
Vuillard had a long career spanning the late 19th and nearly half of
the 20th Century. His work, often with luminosity, became
increasingly abstract and colorful, which some art historians link to
Henri Matisse and the Fauves. Among his subjects were figures in
interiors, landscapes, portraiture and large-scale decorations, and
methods included drawings, graphics, folding screen painting, theatre-program
designs, ceramics and photographs as well as oil painting.
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