Went to NYC for the weekend.

Couldn’t get tickets for the opening night at Alice Tully Hall

and instead visited the Pierre Bonnard exhibit at the Met – Late Interiors.

The book accompanying the exhibit told us that, unlike the paintings of his friend Matisse, Bonnard’s paintings are very difficult to reproduce. Thus, there seemed to be no point buying the book or showing his paintings in this post.

The question is does the internet now, half a century later, promote art to be generally more photogenic or isn’t it that simple?

Next time, I go to Manhattan, I must remember to bring my Faux Leopard coat.