They are also serious art collectors—works by Vuillard, Bonnard, and Denis decorate their red-brick colonial Georgetown home.
Then Morange arrives, flies into a temper, and goes down in his turn, exasperated at receiving no answer to his calls for Bonnard.
The craftsman was one of the most cunning goldsmiths of the city, Bonnard.
Bonnard's pictures grow not as trees; they float as water-lilies.
They are free and various; and Bonnard is one of the greatest painters alive.
The accountant again approached the hole, and shouted down it in a fury: "Bonnard!"
A picture by Bonnard, for all its fascinating overtones, has a life entirely of its own.
Of Bonnard he has written with a delicacy of understanding hardly to be matched in contemporary criticism.
A picture by Bonnard escapes from its subject, and from its author, too.
Like Bonnard he uses greys of dry and mat colour, but his harmonies are slighter and of lighter tonality than those of Bonnard.