Fauvism

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Fauvism

  1. 1. FAUVISM (1904-1908)
  2. 2. Background• Short movement (1904-1908)• Branch from Impressionist Movement – Van Gogh• Complementary colors to express emotion• Painted the “feelings” and not intended to be accurate.• Painting done right out of paint tubes
  3. 3. The Godfather of Fauvism: Henri Matisse
  4. 4. Henri Matisse• Grew up in boring place (like Canton)…• Discovered painting as passion• Traveled to Southern France• Experienced intense color• Began painting aggressively in blocks of wild color.
  5. 5. Used the Color Wheel
  6. 6. Change1897 1906
  7. 7. Art Community Reacts!• Thought Matisse was crazy!• Deviated from the post and past art too greatly.
  8. 8. Matisse, Vlaminck and Derain• Joined by Maurice de Vlaminck and Andre Derain• Display art in Salon DAutomne art exhibition• Art described as “wild beasts” or fauves in French.• Paved the way for other artists.
  9. 9. Andre Derain - "Turning Road at LEstaque"
  10. 10. Andre Derain – The Pool of London
  11. 11. Maurice de Vlaminck - Restaurant de la Machine a Bougival
  12. 12. Maurice de Vlaminck – Landscape with Red Trees
  13. 13. Luxe, calme et volupteCircus Sideshow Henri MatisseGeorges Seurat 19041889
  14. 14. Madame Matisse, The Green LineHenri Matisse1905
  15. 15. The WindowHenri Matisse1905
  16. 16. Harmony in RedHenri Matisse1908
  17. 17. The Red StudioHenri Matisse1911
  18. 18. Interior with a GirlHenri Matisse1905-1906
  19. 19. Gulf of Marseilles Seen fromL’Estaque Sea at ColliourePaul Cezanne Henri Matisse1883-1885 1906
  20. 20. Interior at CollioureHenri Matisse1905
  21. 21. The Bathers Le bonheur de vivrePaul Cezanne Henri Matisse1898-1903 1905-1906
  22. 22. Nude in Sunlit LandscapeHenri Matisse1909
  23. 23. View of CollioureHenri Matisse1906
  24. 24. Charing Cross Bridge, LondonAndre Derain1906
  25. 25. The Olive Trees Mountains at CollioureVincent van Gogh Andre Derain1889 1905
  26. 26. Tugboat on the Seine,Oarsmen at Chatou ChatouAuguste Renoir Maurice de Vlaminck1879 1906
  27. 27. Andre DerainMaurice de Vlaminck1906
  28. 28. Conclusion• Broke from the norms and used color in wild ways.• Lead to many other artists using similar techniques.• Color use seen in future art movements, such as Cubism

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