Edouard Vuillard: Deux Femmes dans Interieur (1892)

vuillard - deux femmes en interieur 1892 Berkshire Museum
Deux Femmes dans Interieur
Édouard Vuillard 1892

From the collection of

Berkshire Museum

Edouard Vuillard, “Two women in an interior”. Watercolor over pencil and paper. Not dated.Christies, “A very rare Nabis watercolor is very complete, in very good condition and is a desirable subject for Vuillard’s early years (his mother and his sister).

Signed and indistinctly dedicated lower right.

 

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Deux Femmes dans Interieur – Edouard Vuillard – Google Arts & Culture

4 Comments Add yours

  1. JMN says:

    I hadn’t see a watercolor by Vuillard. Your post has led me to look up “Nabis” (singular Nabi). I’m happy to find out what the term means and the group of artists it applies to. I studied Arabic, and it means “prophet” there, too. Is it kosher to cite your blog in a post of mine?

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    1. Very interesting about “prophet”. I seem to favor all of their work, so would like to know the story behind the name. Kosher? I am a poor learner of all these unwritten rules of blogging, so feel free to post in any manner that pleases you. 🙂

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      1. JMN says:

        Kosher might not have been the best word! 🙂 Like you, I respond greatly to these painters. I want to do a follow-up post on what I learn about the Nabi school, and indeed, why they’re called that. Hope you will find it interesting!

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      2. I will be looking forward to learning more! 🙂

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