Pierre Bonnard

Cleveland Museum of Art receives art gifts valued at more than $100m

Works donated by a collecting couple include paintings by Bonnard, Vuilliard, Matisse, Braque, Caillebotte and many others

Big but bland Impressionists lead Christie's sale, with new records for a peachy Cézanne and feline-filled Bonnard

Fresh material from big collections led the $399m New York auction, while mid-tier Monets primed the market for his $55m haystacks work at Sotheby's tonight

Lawnews

Wildenstein & Co sued for the 1985 sale of an alleged fake Bonnard painting

The collectors are seeking more than $300,000 in damages after the painting failed to be authenticated before heading to auction last year

In pictures: first look at Damien Hirst's new blossom paintings

"I remember my mum painting cherry blossoms in the garden, when I was five or six—I think I ate some paint."

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From imperturbable colourful calm at White Cube Bermondsey to Mandy El-Sayegh's information overload at the Chisenhale Gallery

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From Pierre Bonnard's colours-turned-up-to-11 at Tate Modern to Bill Viola's dust up with Michelangelo at the Royal Academy of Arts

Tate Modern takes a ‘slow look’ at Pierre Bonnard’s fleeting moments

Exhibition aims to reassess French artist’s reputation and revel in depth and detail of his work

French relent over Rosenberg war loot claims

A Monet returned; a Bonnard, Léger and Matisse still claimed

Bonnard at the Tate Gallery: The wings of a butterfly

This exhibition shows Bonnard as a painter wholly in touch with the twentieth century and examines the relationship of his work to his wife and model, Marthe

Bonnard's modern mindset on show at the Tate

Exhibition opens 12th February with around 300 works on view