By: Shannon, Natasha, and Alex
Characteristics: The Wild Beasts• Gained Name Fauvismin 1905• Salon d’Automne• Critic Louis Vauxcelles• Loosely shaped gro...
Characteristics Cont…• Color, Color, Color Pure, intense, shockingBrilliant, vibrant, arbitrary explosive effect• Brushs...
Characteristics Cont…• Short movement Came to an end by 1908• Cubism was the nextmovementAndré Derain, The Trees (1906)Pa...
Influences of Fauvism• Paul Gauguin• Vincent Van Gogh (strokes- Vlaminck)• Gustave Moreau (Teacher)• Cezanne (colors)
Influences of FauvismVision After the Sermon- Paul Gauguin
Mont-Sainte Victoire- Paul Cezanne
Chimera Gustave Moreau
Influences of FauvismPost Impressionism• Vincent Van GoghFauvism• Andre Derain
Vlaminck• 1876-1958• Started painting in1893• Musician- played violin andwas music teacher• Professional cyclist• Wrote no...
At the Bar 1900
Man Smoking a Pipe 1900
Paysage de Banlieue-1906
Tugboat at the Seine- 1906
Portrait of Derain-1905
Potato Pickers-1907
Woman with a Dog-1906
The Circus-1906
The Dancer at Le Rat Mort-1905/06
André Derain• 1880-1954• Middle classeducation– Hated school• Academy Carrière– Matisse• Summer of 1905– Collioure• Matisse
Derain Cont…• Art matured duringtime with Matisse• Landscapes was aspecialty for being afauve• Sculpted• Cézannes works we...
Ships in the Port of Collioure (1905)
Fishing Port at Collioure (1905)
André Derain, HenriMatisse (1905)Henry Matisse, AndréDerain (1905)
The Turning Road, LEstaque (1906)
London bridge (1906)
Pont de Charing Cross, London (1906)Pont de Charing Cross (1906)
Vincent van Gogh, The OliveOrchard (1889)André Derain, Mountains atCollioure (1905)
André Derain, Mountains at Collioure (1905)
Harbor in Provence (Martigues), 1913
Harlequin and Pierrot (1924)
ALL OF THE PIONEERING FAUVISTSWERE BEST FRIENDS!MatisseDerainVlaminckMet at the AcadémieCarrièreMet on a train (both lived...
GEORGES ROUAULT1871-1958• Influenced by his apprenticeshipas a glass painter, the teacherGustave Moreau (soundfamiliar? ☺)...
Christ on the Cross (1936)
L’italienne (The Italian Woman) (1938)
The Old King (1937)
Clown (1912)
Prostitute at Her Mirror (1906)
The Three Judges (1913)
Clown with Monkey (1910)
No. 32, Seigneur, cest vous, je vousreconnais.(Lord, it is you, I know you.), 1927.The Miserere et Guerre Series• Regarded...
Henri Matisse!• 1869-1954• Highly inspired by Cézanne• Studied under Gustave Moreau• Aimed to discover “the essentialchara...
Luxe, Calme, et Volupté (1904)Là, tout nest quordre etbeauté,Luxe, calme et volupté.There all is order andbeauty,Luxury, p...
Bonheur de Vivre (Joy of Life) (1905-06)
Red Studio (1911)
Harmony in Red (1908)
Dance I (1909)
Dance II (1910)
Woman with a Hat (1905)
Green Stripe (1905)
Open Window (1905)
Why was this fauvism stuffimportant???• This movement helped to liberate theuse of color; less restrictive, Fauvismopened ...
Vision After Sermon- http://dart.fine-art.com/art-78817/sandra-frazier/gauguins-Derain- http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/sh...
Henri Matisse http://www.biography.com/imported/images/Biography/Images/Profiles/M/Henri-Matisse-9402564-3-402.jpghttp://w...
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  1. 1. By: Shannon, Natasha, and Alex
  2. 2. Characteristics: The Wild Beasts• Gained Name Fauvismin 1905• Salon d’Automne• Critic Louis Vauxcelles• Loosely shaped groupHenry Matisse, Women Witha Hat (1905)
  3. 3. Characteristics Cont…• Color, Color, Color Pure, intense, shockingBrilliant, vibrant, arbitrary explosive effect• Brushstroke Short, vivid, forceful, vigorous, broken, choppy• Bold thick application• Landscapes, cityscapes• Portrait, still life• Nature
  4. 4. Characteristics Cont…• Short movement Came to an end by 1908• Cubism was the nextmovementAndré Derain, The Trees (1906)Pablo PicassoFactory, Horta de Ebbo (1909)• Fauvism focused on: Expression to thereaction to thesubjects portrayed
  5. 5. Influences of Fauvism• Paul Gauguin• Vincent Van Gogh (strokes- Vlaminck)• Gustave Moreau (Teacher)• Cezanne (colors)
  6. 6. Influences of FauvismVision After the Sermon- Paul Gauguin
  7. 7. Mont-Sainte Victoire- Paul Cezanne
  8. 8. Chimera Gustave Moreau
  9. 9. Influences of FauvismPost Impressionism• Vincent Van GoghFauvism• Andre Derain
  10. 10. Vlaminck• 1876-1958• Started painting in1893• Musician- played violin andwas music teacher• Professional cyclist• Wrote novels• Collector of Africanart, which influenced hispaintings.• “I love Van Gogh betterthan my father!”
  11. 11. At the Bar 1900
  12. 12. Man Smoking a Pipe 1900
  13. 13. Paysage de Banlieue-1906
  14. 14. Tugboat at the Seine- 1906
  15. 15. Portrait of Derain-1905
  16. 16. Potato Pickers-1907
  17. 17. Woman with a Dog-1906
  18. 18. The Circus-1906
  19. 19. The Dancer at Le Rat Mort-1905/06
  20. 20. André Derain• 1880-1954• Middle classeducation– Hated school• Academy Carrière– Matisse• Summer of 1905– Collioure• Matisse
  21. 21. Derain Cont…• Art matured duringtime with Matisse• Landscapes was aspecialty for being afauve• Sculpted• Cézannes works werean influence on his path• Never fully embracedCubism• Visited itally– Traditional– Book illustrations– Stage design
  22. 22. Ships in the Port of Collioure (1905)
  23. 23. Fishing Port at Collioure (1905)
  24. 24. André Derain, HenriMatisse (1905)Henry Matisse, AndréDerain (1905)
  25. 25. The Turning Road, LEstaque (1906)
  26. 26. London bridge (1906)
  27. 27. Pont de Charing Cross, London (1906)Pont de Charing Cross (1906)
  28. 28. Vincent van Gogh, The OliveOrchard (1889)André Derain, Mountains atCollioure (1905)
  29. 29. André Derain, Mountains at Collioure (1905)
  30. 30. Harbor in Provence (Martigues), 1913
  31. 31. Harlequin and Pierrot (1924)
  32. 32. ALL OF THE PIONEERING FAUVISTSWERE BEST FRIENDS!MatisseDerainVlaminckMet at the AcadémieCarrièreMet on a train (both livedin Chatou)Derainintroduced thetwo
  33. 33. GEORGES ROUAULT1871-1958• Influenced by his apprenticeshipas a glass painter, the teacherGustave Moreau (soundfamiliar? ☺) andmedieval/religious art• Accused of “wasting his naturaltalent only to immerse himselfin ugliness” (subject matter wasoften dark, likeclowns/prostitutes/sad people)
  34. 34. Christ on the Cross (1936)
  35. 35. L’italienne (The Italian Woman) (1938)
  36. 36. The Old King (1937)
  37. 37. Clown (1912)
  38. 38. Prostitute at Her Mirror (1906)
  39. 39. The Three Judges (1913)
  40. 40. Clown with Monkey (1910)
  41. 41. No. 32, Seigneur, cest vous, je vousreconnais.(Lord, it is you, I know you.), 1927.The Miserere et Guerre Series• Regarded as one of themost significant 20thCentury works dealingwith WWI• Series of etchings (58 inall) portrayed manycharacters, but there isreoccurring theme ofChristNo. 55, Laveugle parfois a consoléle voyant.(Sometimes the blind havecomforted those that see.), 1927
  42. 42. Henri Matisse!• 1869-1954• Highly inspired by Cézanne• Studied under Gustave Moreau• Aimed to discover “the essentialcharacter of things” and toproduce an art of“balance, purity, and serenity”• Liked to be radical, different, toundermine the illusion of space;though passionate, he wasdeliberate and reserved“Construction by colored surfaces. Search forintensity of color, subject matter beingunimportant. Reaction against the diffusion oflocal tone in light. Light...expressed by aharmony of intensely colored surfaces.”—Matisse
  43. 43. Luxe, Calme, et Volupté (1904)Là, tout nest quordre etbeauté,Luxe, calme et volupté.There all is order andbeauty,Luxury, peace, andpleasureThe paintings title comesfrom the poem LInvitationau voyage, from CharlesBaudelaires volume LesFleurs du mal (TheFlowers of Evil), wherethe poet invites hisbeloved to travel to abeautiful, imagined land
  44. 44. Bonheur de Vivre (Joy of Life) (1905-06)
  45. 45. Red Studio (1911)
  46. 46. Harmony in Red (1908)
  47. 47. Dance I (1909)
  48. 48. Dance II (1910)
  49. 49. Woman with a Hat (1905)
  50. 50. Green Stripe (1905)
  51. 51. Open Window (1905)
  52. 52. Why was this fauvism stuffimportant???• This movement helped to liberate theuse of color; less restrictive, Fauvismopened up more expressive uses ofcolor and brushstrokes!• An intermediate phase for someartists, Fauvism was a way toexperiment with color• Inspired many American artists whovisited Paris, like Paul Burlin• Co-existed and influencedexpressionismApple Orchard
  53. 53. Vision After Sermon- http://dart.fine-art.com/art-78817/sandra-frazier/gauguins-Derain- http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?t=581257Van Gogh- http://www.galanart.com.au/van-gogh-25/van-gogh-set-3/index-6.htmlMoreau- http://www.anninaroescheisen.com/art/modern-art/magical-gustave-moreau/At The Bar-http://www.flickriver.com/photos/tags/mauricedevlaminck/interesting/Man Smoking a Pipe-http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/maurice-de-vlaminck/man-smoking-a-pipe-1900Blue House-http://www.artsmia.org/viewer/detail.php?v=12&id=1415Paysage de Banlieue-http://www.extravaganzi.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/Maurice-de-Vlaminck-Paysage-de-Banlieue.jpgTugboat at the Seine-http://www.nga.gov/feature/artnation/fauve/gallery_1.shtmPortrait of Derain-http://www.writedesignonline.com/Prompts/deVlaminck.htmlDancer- http://www.tuttartpitturasculturapoesiamusica.com/2012/06/maurice-de-vlaminck-1876-1958-french.htmlCircus- http://www.1artclub.com/the-circus-by-maurice-de-vlaminck/Potato- http://www.thecityreview.com/fauvra.htmlWoman with dog- http://arthistory.about.com/od/from_exhibitions/ig/fauvist_instinct/vlaminck_08_05.htm
  54. 54. Henri Matisse http://www.biography.com/imported/images/Biography/Images/Profiles/M/Henri-Matisse-9402564-3-402.jpghttp://www.markowiczfineart.com/images/Derain01m.jpgAndre Derain http://www.biography.com/imported/images/Biography/Images/Profiles/M/Henri-Matisse-9402564-3-402.jpghttp://www.markowiczfineart.com/images/Derain01m.jpgVlaminck http://www.masterworksfineart.com/images/artists_bio/vlaminck.jpgGeorges Rouault: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/jKBXKjSScQY/TiB9f0u_ZJI/AAAAAAAADc0/jwSYVrBJXiA/s1600/CULTUURBERICHT20110125+georges%252520rouault.jpgClown with monkey http://www.moma.org/collection_images/resized/899/w500h420/CRI_219899.jpgThe Three Judges http://www.moma.org/collection_images/resized/026/w500h420/CRI_210026.jpgClown http://www.moma.org/collection_images/resized/195/w500h420/CRI_210195.jpgThe Old King http://www.nhsdesigns.com/images/artwork/georges-rouault_the-old-kin.jpgLord, it is you, I know you. http://www.slu.edu/Images/mocra/Rouault-No32-It-Is-You-365.jpgChrist on the Cross http://jameswoodward.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/rouault.jpgThe Italian Woman http://www.tate.org.uk/art/images/work/N/N05/N05906_10.jpgProstitute at Her Mirror http://72.26.193.6/shopinfo/uploads/1338281440_large-image_georges_rouault_prostitute_at_her_mirror_1906_2003_oil_painting_large.jpgBonheur de Vivre http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/matisse/matisse.bonheur-vivre.jpgRed Studio http://khan.smarthistory.org/assets/images/images/moma4_matisse.jpgHarmony in Red http://faculty.evansville.edu/rl29/art105/img/matisse_redroom.jpgDance I http://khan.smarthistory.org/assets/images/images/matissedance.jpgDance II http://uploads6.wikipaintings.org/images/henri-matisse/dance-ii-1910.jpgWoman With a Hat http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/f/fb/Matisse-Woman-with-a-Hat.jpg/300px-Matisse-Woman-with-a-Hat.jpgGreen Stripe http://aaschorsch.com/images/AE/02_ArtTheory/Elements/Color/matisse_green-stripe.jpgLuxe, Calme, et Volupté http://www.henri-matisse.net/paintings/zk.jpgOpen Window http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-SfY9K6ugElE/UTOT8ecajzI/AAAAAAAAFcE/Rar5eNnht40/s1600/Matisse_OpenWindow.jpgApple Orchard http://www.parsonsart.com/Artists/Burlin_Paul/burlinappleorchard.jpg
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