After lunch in the 16th we headed over to the newly refurbished and re-opened Musée d’Art Moderne to check out the Pierre Bonnard Retrospective. The exhibit did an excellent job of presenting the beauty that Bonnard found in familiar figures and daily rituals. He showed us the unchanging pattern of his beloved nude Marthe in every shade of light in the bathtub, at the sink, in front of the mirror, washing, drying, primping, brushing, standing, lying down, bending over, sometimes with her dog laying on the floor, such as in Le Bain. We also got to see into the rooms of his house where the colorful interiors were shared with glimpses of the outdoors seen through the large windows, such as in La Salle à Manger sur le Jardin. As the title says, the exhibit was a fine example of "l’œuvre d’art, un arrêt du temps" (the work of art, a suspension of time).