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Fauvism: The Artwork of Matisse and Derain

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A slideshow showcasing the artwork of Matisse & Derain and the Fauvism movement.

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Fauvism: The Artwork of Matisse and Derain

  1. 1. Fauvism:the artwork of Matisse & Derain c. 1905
  2. 2. Van Gogh, Starry Night, 1889 Fauvism came after Post-Impressionism.
  3. 3. Matisse “The Dessert: Harmony in Red” 1908 The Fauves believed color should be used to express feelings about a subject, instead of simply describing what it looks like.
  4. 4. Andre Derain “Dancer at Le Rat Mort” Fauvist paintings have a simplified drawing and an exaggerated use of color.
  5. 5. Look at the following examples paying attention to the use of colour and brush work.
  6. 6. Henri Matisse “Portrait of Madame Matisse (The Green Stripe)” 1906
  7. 7. Henri Matisse “Woman with a Hat” 1905
  8. 8. Henri Matisse “Luxe, Calme etVolupté” 1904
  9. 9. Henri Matisse “Les toits de Collioure” 1905
  10. 10. Henri Matisse “OpenWindow, Collioure” 1905
  11. 11. André Derain, 1905, Le séchage des voiles (The Drying Sails), 1905
  12. 12. André Derain, Charing Cross Bridge, London, 1906
  13. 13. Henri Matisse “Self-Portrait in a StripedT-shirt” 1906
  14. 14. Andre Derain “Landscape Near Chatou” 1904
  15. 15. Andre Derain “London Brisge” 1906
  16. 16. Andre Derain “Charing Cross Bridge” 1906
  17. 17. Andre Derain “Self-Portrait with a Cap” 1904
  18. 18. Andre Derain “Portrait of Matisse” 1905
  19. 19. Andre Derain “The Trees” 1906
  20. 20. Andre Derain “Landscape” 1907
  21. 21. Emil Nolde: "The Prophet" 1912 Erich Heckel: "Portrait Of A Man" 1919 The Fauves were a big influence on the German Expressionism. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Street, Dresden Date: 1908 (reworked 1919; dated on painting 1907)

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