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Pierre Bonnard: Paintings from His Mind's Eye
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Pierre Bonnard: Paintings from His Mind's Eye

Pierre Bonnard: Paintings from His Mind's Eye

Pierre Bonnard: Paintings from His Mind's Eye
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Pierre Bonnard preferred to paint from memory, rather than using posed models. As NPR's Susan Stamberg reports for Morning Edition, a new exhibit in Washington, D.C., helps explain why the emotion of remembrance was so important to the French artist.

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