Metropolitan Museum of Art, Pierre Bonnard 'Garden' 36" Square Silk Scarf

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Metropolitan Museum of Art, Pierre Bonnard 'Garden' 36" Square Silk Scarf
This picturesque scene comes from Pierre Bonnard's (French, 1867–1947) Garden (ca. 1935), a lush oil painting in The Met collection. The landscape depicted is possibly a corner of the artist's beloved garden at Le Cannet on the French Riviera.

Gift yourself or a friend an art-inspired floral scarf.


  • 100% silk twill
  • 36" Square
  • Dry clean only
  • Comes in Metropolitan Museum of Art Scarf Box

About the French painter Pierre Bonnard
A French painter and printmaker, Pierre Bonnard (1867 - 1947) was a post-impressionist, and founding member of the avant-garde group Les Nabis.  After 1900, he began spending more time in the countryside between Normandy and Paris, producing a great number of landscapes. Beginning in 1906, Bonnard began his annual one-man exhibitions at an art firm that had exclusive rights to his works, which were traditionally impressionistic, albeit with an enhance color palette. His last painting, The Almond Tree in Flower, was painted a week before his death in 1947. The Museum of Modern Art, in New York, exhibited a posthumous exhibition of his work in 1948, although they had been planning the work since before the artist’s death the year before, as a celebration of his 80th birthday.