Édouard Vuillard

Édouard Vuillard was a French artist whose modestly sized paintings of interiors, married flat patterns with nuanced tonal relationships. Vuillard's work The Album (1895), exemplifies his ability to integrate decorative elements into a naturalistic space. “Nothing is important, save the spiritual state that enables one to subjectify one’s thoughts to a sensation and to think only of the sensation, all the while searching to express it,” the artist once said.


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