French, 1867–1947. Pierre Bonnard was a French artist whose paintings depicted nudes, interiors and still life. His works were uniquely characterized by the intensity of the colors that flooded them, drawing influences from artists like Claude Monet and Henri Matisse. Bonnard mastered the ability to infuse his compositions with light, where he would combine colors, to either create a sense of sunlight outdoors or illuminate indoors with artificial lighting. Known as an Intimist in his earlier years, he was fond of capturing unconventional aspects of daily life set in domestic interiors. Bonnard is also particularly famous for his nudes, in which he would illustrate situations borrowed from his partner's daily bath ritual. He was also a central member of the Post-Impressionists' group, Nabis.