- Au Palais des Beaux-Arts. Notes sur la peinture
- Le Moderniste I/14, 27 July 1889, pp. 108 and 110
- Paul Cézanne
- Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui, no. 387
- Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui, no. 390, (1891)
- reprinted in: Lettres & Recueil (1911), pp. 65–69
- La Plume III/57, 1 September 1891, pp. 300–301
- Charles Filliger (!)
- La Plume III/64, 15 December 1891, p. 447
- Vincent van Gogh
- Mercure de France VII/40, April 1893, pp. 324–330
- reprinted in: Lettres & Recueil (1911), pp. 45–52
- Mercure de France VII/44, August 1893, pp. 303–305
- reprinted in: Lettres & Recueil (1911), pp. 53–57
- Avant-propos pour le premier volume de la correspondance de Vincent
- dated 10 June 1895
- first published in: Lettres & Recueil (1911), pp. 59–63
- Notes sur l'école dite de "Pont-Aven"
- Mercure de France XLVIII, December 1903, pp. 675–682
- Julien Tanguy dit le "Père Tanguy"
- Mercure de France LXXVI/276, 16 December 1908, pp. 600–616
- Lettres de Vincent van Gogh à Émile Bernard & Recueil des publications sur Vincent van Gogh faites depuis son déces par Émile Bernard, précédées d'une preface nouvelle par le même auteur, Ambroise Vollard, éditeur, Paris, 1911, pp. 1–43
- La méthode de Paul Cézanne. Exposé critique
- Mercure de France CXXXVIII/521, 1 March 1920, pp. 289–318
- Une conversation avec Cézanne
- Mercure de France CXLVIII/551, 1 June 1921, pp. 372–397
- Souvenirs sur Van Gogh
- L'Amour de l'Art, December 1924, pp. 393–400
- Souvenirs sur Paul Cézanne: une conversation avec Cézanne, la méthode de Cézanne. Paris: Chez Michel, 1925.
- Louis Anquetin
- Gazette des Beaux-Arts VI/11, February 1934, pp. 108–121
- Le Symbolisme pictural, 1886–1936
- Mercure de France CCLXVIII/912, 15 June 1936, pp. 514–530
- Souvenirs inédits sur l'artiste peintre Paul Gauguin et ses compagnons lors de leur séjour à Pont-Aven et au Pouldu
- Nouvelliste du Morbihan, Lorient, (1939)
- Note relative au Symbolisme pictural de 1888–1890
- first published in:
- reprinted in: Lettres à Émile Bernard, Editions de la Nouvelle Revue Belgique, Brussels 1942, pp. 241–257
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