This book is gorgeous. It is full of large reproductions of Bonnard's paintings, as well as personal photographs of the artist at work, relaxing in his home, and with friends and family. The sections of the book are categorized by the paintings' subject matter - the street, the garden, the dining room, the bathroom, etc. It's very interesting to see such an abundance of everyday scenery and domestic settings reproduced in so many different unique ways. The colors are just phenomenal, and the book's reproductions are of such high-quality that it is very easy to get lost in the beauty of Bonnard's technique - you could spend all day with this book and not even realize it! The essays within are well-written and interesting, detailing not only Bonnard's life and artistic style, but also the culture of the era. I especially enjoyed Michiko Kono's piece on Paris during the Belle Époque. It's also the most affordable comprehensive Bonnard publication I could find. A great purchase!