Émile Bernard  

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Émile Henri Bernard (April 28, 1868April 16, 1941) is best known as a Post-Impressionist painter who maintained close relations to Van Gogh and Gauguin and, at a later time, to Cézanne. Most of his notable work was accomplished at a young age, in the years 1886 through 1897. Less known is Bernard's literary work, comprising plays, poetry, and art critical as well as art historical statements that contain first hand information on the crucial period of modern art to which Bernard had contributed.




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