Emile Bernard (1868-1941)

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Born in Lille, France, Emile Bernard was a Symbolist painter. Bernard would become a great influence to painters like Gauguin and Van Gogh, and paved the way for the Cloisonnism and Synthesism movements. Some of Bernard’s earliest works are very reminiscent to the style that Gauguin would later develop for his portrayals of Tahitian women, such as this painting by Bernard entitled “Woman with Haystacks, Brittany.”


Woman with Haystacks, Brittany, 1888

Bernard received his artistic training at the Ecole Des Beaux-Arts in Paris, where he befriended Henri Toulouse-Lautrec and Louis Anquetin. It was through their influence and friendship that Bernard began to paint in the style of Cloisonnism; basically, a style of painting inspired by stained-glass art, where bold black lines are used in the composition and filled in with bold color.


Bathers with a Red Cow, 1887

Bernard had a great appreciation for Japanese woodcuts, medieval art and the work of Cezanne and this is highly evident in his work throughout his career.


Les Trois Graces


Country Scene, 1889

In 1884, Bernard joined the Atelier Cormon in Paris, where he was able to experiment with Impressionism and Pointillism. Around this time, he was also suspended from the Ecole Des Beaux-Arts for insubordination.


Deux Personnages dans un Interior, 1884


Scene De Cabaret, 1887

As a Symbolist painter, Bernard often touched down on religion, spirituality and history in his compositions.


Adam and Eve, 1888


Nature Morte, 1900

By 1886, Bernard had joined the school of Pont-Aven, where his style of Cloisonnism grew. One example of this style is Bernard’s painting “Buckwheat Harvesters at the Pont-Aven.”


Buckwheat Harvesters at the Pont-Aven, 1888


Le Eglise du Pont-Aven

While in Pont-Aven, Bernard also worked in woodcuts and sculpture, and also designed furniture and tapestries. He was also a poet, writer and philosopher, which perhaps helped him to develop his Symbolist style of painting.

As time went on, Bernard began to move farther away from Cloisonnism and more toward Symbolism and Impressionism. By the turn of the century, Bernard’s style is an almost complete departure from his earliest work.


Boy with a Hat, 1889


The Three Races, 1898

Bernard was very well-traveled and toured all of Europe, and even eventually settled in Egypt for 10 years from 1894-1904.


Le Cairo, 1898

Because Bernard was so well traveled, many of his paintings serve as a timeline of where he went, portraying the people he met and places he visited.


Vue de Venice, 1925


Venetiennes dans une interior, 1903

Throughout his career, Bernard was a prolific artist and well traveled, which makes the possibilities for unknown works of his surfacing very high. His style was always evolving and in fact, improving, which may have made it difficult for professionals to authenticate his work in the past. Despite the fact that he paved the way for some of the greatest-known artists of the day, Bernard is still a name that is lesser known, but still highly coveted by art collectors.


Self-Portrait, 1901

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