Vuillard's self Image

Edouard Vuillard (1868-1940) Inspired by the synthetism of Paul Gauguin, Vuillard, along with Pierre Bonnard, Paul Serusier, and Maurice Denis, established the Nabis Movement. Vuillard's images of everyday life have a robust, and decorative surface. His self portraits reveal a man willing to expose his inner ambivalence. Sometimes brooding, sometimes humorous, Vuillard's evolving image is often shown within a mirror's frame, reminding us of the private nature of his self analysis.

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