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 Used intense color to emphasize light & space; showartists emotional state. Favored traditional subjects. One of the f...
 Lasted from 1903-1907ish Became evident at Salon d’Automne of 1905 “Fauves” translates directly to “wild beasts” Grew...
“He did not send us on the right road, but off theroads”-Henri Matisse Fauvist painter5
 Known for his strange and mystical works Parents were both artists Began studies with Neoclassicism Attended L’Ecole ...
“Fauve art isn’t everything, but it is the foundation ofeverything”-Henri Matisse7
 Pointillism led Matisse to develop color structure Studied at L’Ecole des Beaux-Arts Goal was to create his own langua...
“In art, theories are as useful as a doctor’s prescription; onebe sick to believe [the other].”-Maurice de Vlaminck9
 Born in Paris from two musical parents Didn’t get to have “the best” education› Still very curious and emotionally fear...
“I used color as means of expressing my emotion and not atranscription of nature”- Andre Derain11
 Studied with de Vlaminck in Paris Met Matisse in 1899 and began to work together Can see a lot of Impressionist subjec...
“My only objective is to paint a Christ so moving thatthose who see him will be converted.”-Georges Rouault13
 Cubism, expressionism, and fauvism all part of hiswork; but never wanted to be tied to a specificmovement Very religiou...
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 Influences for Fauvism› Represented the break of ordinary things in natureto artist’s interpertation› Post-Impressionism...
 Influences from Fauvism› Modernism: reject normal connections and committed tonew ideas› Experimentation, discovery, sea...
Max BeckmannOskar Kokoschka21
Egon SchieleGeorge Baseelitz22
 Exhibition at Salon d’Automne 1905 shocked manypeople› Where critic Louis Vauxcelles gave them their name All of the wo...
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    3. 3.  Used intense color to emphasize light & space; showartists emotional state. Favored traditional subjects. One of the first modernist movements. Rejected natural perspective Used ordinary subject matter in own expressiveways. Juxtaposing colors to create new tones and looks3
    4. 4.  Lasted from 1903-1907ish Became evident at Salon d’Automne of 1905 “Fauves” translates directly to “wild beasts” Grew from works of several acquaintancesinterested in the same technique› pupils of Gustave Moreau Artists used the unique light of the south ofFrance to inspire new color pallets.› The city of Chatou4
    5. 5. “He did not send us on the right road, but off theroads”-Henri Matisse Fauvist painter5
    6. 6.  Known for his strange and mystical works Parents were both artists Began studies with Neoclassicism Attended L’Ecole des Beaux-Arts Learned to love exotic romanticism, dramaticlighting and bright colors Inspired a lot of symbolist painters, poets andwriters Became professor at L’Ecole des Beaux-Arts6
    7. 7. “Fauve art isn’t everything, but it is the foundation ofeverything”-Henri Matisse7
    8. 8.  Pointillism led Matisse to develop color structure Studied at L’Ecole des Beaux-Arts Goal was to create his own language throughworks Studied under Gustave Moreau Basically the founder of Fauvism Only artist who really stuck with it his whole life Inspired many young painters Liked to paint with the female figure8
    9. 9. “In art, theories are as useful as a doctor’s prescription; onebe sick to believe [the other].”-Maurice de Vlaminck9
    10. 10.  Born in Paris from two musical parents Didn’t get to have “the best” education› Still very curious and emotionally fearless Seen in his works that he was not afraid of how thepublic would react› Rebellion, roughness, and disorder Met Derain on a train; shared a studio in the cityChatou After fauvism, turned toward more conservedpaintings10
    11. 11. “I used color as means of expressing my emotion and not atranscription of nature”- Andre Derain11
    12. 12.  Studied with de Vlaminck in Paris Met Matisse in 1899 and began to work together Can see a lot of Impressionist subjects in his work› Landscapes› Cities Was drafted into the war from 1901-1904 and artstudies intrupted When he returned, jumped right into Fauvism withhis old friends12
    13. 13. “My only objective is to paint a Christ so moving thatthose who see him will be converted.”-Georges Rouault13
    14. 14.  Cubism, expressionism, and fauvism all part of hiswork; but never wanted to be tied to a specificmovement Very religious, aimed to show life in “best light” Paintings sought to reveal society’s imperfections Paintings showed this by using violent colors andsharp strokes Also studied at L’Ecole de Beaux Arts underMoreau14
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    19. 19.  Influences for Fauvism› Represented the break of ordinary things in natureto artist’s interpertation› Post-Impressionism: the bright and vibrant colors &crazy brushstrokes› The pure, bright colors with which Vincent Van Goghwill forever remain associated› Futurism: broke away from Romanticism› Futurism and Fauvism worked together› Naturism: cultural and political movementpromoting public nudity19
    20. 20.  Influences from Fauvism› Modernism: reject normal connections and committed tonew ideas› Experimentation, discovery, searching were used todefine art› Abstractionism› Began to ignore “social realities”› Bold colorization was a formative influence on countlessartists, including Max Beckmann, Oskar Kokoschka, EgonSchiele, and George Baselitz› Context of being first modernism movement highlyinfluenced Katherine Mansfield Writer for a journal that used “raw” qualities of Fauvistmovement20
    21. 21. Max BeckmannOskar Kokoschka21
    22. 22. Egon SchieleGeorge Baseelitz22
    23. 23.  Exhibition at Salon d’Automne 1905 shocked manypeople› Where critic Louis Vauxcelles gave them their name All of the works put in a room with a renaissance statueput in the middle of them all Some saw as political statement since colors challengednormal aesthetics of traditional art Judges of Salon asked Fauves to stop painting “out ofrespect” Positive critics said paintings were “flat”; considered awindow to the world23
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