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Fauvism

  1. 1. Andre Derrain. ‘The Bridge, View on the Water.’ 1905. oil (80.5x101cm)
  2. 2.  Fauve means “wild beasts” in French.  Close group of friends working in France between 1898 and 1908.  The term “fauve” was directed at them as an insult, but they embraced it to celebrate their own sense of creative freedom.
  3. 3. SOME OF THE BIG SHOTS:  Andre Derain (1880—1954),  Kees Van Dongen (1877-1968),  Henri Matisse (1869-1954),  Georges Roualt (1871-1958)  Maurice De Vlaminck (1876-1958)
  4. 4. Andre Derain. ‘Boats at Collioure.’ 1905. oil
  5. 5. Andre Derain. ‘Portrait of Matisse.’ 1905. Oil.
  6. 6. Kees Van Dongen. ‘Le Moulin de La Galette. 1905-1906. Oil (54x65cm)
  7. 7. Kees Van Dongen. ‘A Carousel.’ 1905.Oil (46x55cm).
  8. 8. Henri Matisse. ‘Open Window, Collioure.’ 1905.
  9. 9. Henri Matisse. ‘Promenade Among the Olive Trees.’ 1905-6. Oil (44.5x55.2cm)
  10. 10. Maurice De Vlaminck. ‘The Orchard.’ 1905.
  11. 11. Maurice De Vlaminck. ‘The River Seine at Chatou.’ 1906. Oil (82.6x101.9cm).
  12. 12. CONTEMPORARY FAUVISM Karen Schmidt. ‘Windswept.’ 2011. Oil (6x6”)
  13. 13. Trisha Keiman. ‘Self Portrait.’ Acrylic.
  14. 14. Lucinda Howe.
  15. 15. SO……….  Simplified drawing,  Exaggerated color,  Believed that color should be used to express the artist’s feelings about the subject,  Bold brushwork,  Most areas are flat,  Often warm colors are used, but cool colors are used to add excitement (juxtaposition).
  16. 16. NOW LET’S GET PAINTING YOU WILD BEASTS!!!

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