Vuillard is usually overlooked for flashier peacocks, but his pieces are so lightly but fully packed with awareness of the most subtle kind. He hung out with other painters just a little, but mostly kept rather to himself, at home with his mother and aunts and sisters. What he can do with just a simple smudge of three greys...

Flowered Dress, 1891

La Place Vintimille, 1911

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