Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Derain: fauvist
  • noun

Synonyms for Derain

French painter and exponent of fauvism (1880-1954)


References in periodicals archive ?
Michael Werner's donation includes works by Marcel Broodthaers, James Lee Byars, Gaston Chaissac, Andre Derain, Otto Freundlich, Etienne-Martin, Robert Filliou, Antonius Hockelmann, Jorg Immendorff, Per Kirkeby, Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Markus Lupertz, A.
These three giant works by three giants of modern art will be joined by thirty-seven other pieces (mostly paintings) made during the mid-nineteenth through early twentieth centuries by Robert Delaunay, Andre Derain, Natalia Goncharova, Henri Rousseau, and others, all of which, in various ways, revisit Arcadia only to find that the once revered classical nude has become a sorry figure--if not an outright victim--of modern alienation.
His visual references are painting-related: Van Gogh, Matisse, French painting circa 1870-1950s and their ceramics; Derain, Matisse, Picasso, plus figures such as Miguel Barcelo and the Catalan ceramist, Casanovas (although he also acknowledges his place in the still-young history of Irish studio ceramics, tracing a direct line from John French and Grattan Freyer whose work he was familiar with from a young age).
E di poco anteriore e la scoperta della scultura africana da parte di Maurice de Vlaminck, Andre Derain, Henri Matisse--il quale ultimo inizio a essa, secondo Gertrude Stein, Picasso.
In Paris in 1905, he exhibited at the Salon d'Automne (Autumn Salon), where artists, including Matisse, Derain, and Vlaminck, created much controversy and were famously branded the Fauves (Wild Beasts) because of their expressive use of non-naturalistic color.
the famous Swiss artist, to do the decor for Cost fan tutte (1950), and then, together with Alberto Giacometti, convinced Andre Derain to design Die Entfulrung aus dan Serail (1951), and Il barbiere di Siviglia (1953).
Feminist writer Anna Chave finds much amiss, here, much repeating from an old misogyny, but also laughs: the women hit back, with eyes, with angles, with take-no-prisoners, Medusa-headed terror; the clientele, the bordello-johns, the solicited soliciters offered gendered petrifaction, offered anger like a Matisse in his first viewing, or like the tittering of a Derain or Braque, not knowing how much they disclose in their uncomfortable guffaws (Chave, 263, 267, 271).
The 141 paintings, including works by Paul Cezanne, Pablo Picasso and Andre Derain, will finally be sold later in the summer following a dispute over ownership lasting a quarter of a century.
It seemed apparent that this emphasis on decor (a ballet by Pablo Picasso or by Andre Derain, indeed
Carlsberg and Heineken are effectively buying a brand-holding company in S&N," said Hay Group M&A specialist David Derain.
There are only three portraits (Matisse, Derain, Soutine) and these are the only poems that resemble the character studies of Between Here and Now.
Other paintings, drawings and prints on show include two by Andre Derain, an Otto Dix, a Percy Wyndham Lewis, a Paul Cezanne and James McNeill Whistler.
Cocteau attended the opening of the show, as did the French sculptor Maillol and the painters Vlaminck and Derain.
That personality comes alive, by implication, through the works that form the meat of the show: paintings, sculptures, works on paper, graphics, and illustrated books that Vollard bought, sold, owned, or commissioned during his career--he began exhibiting and selling works of art around 1892, at age twenty-six, and died in 1939--not only by the celebrated artists who made his portrait, but also by Edgar Degas, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Maurice Denis, Edouard Vuillard, Henri Rousseau, Henri Matisse, Andre Derain, Maurice de Vlaminck, Aristide Maillol, Raoul Dufy, Odilon Redon, and Georges Rouault.
He came at a time when several painters, particularly Derain and Picasso, were infatuated with primitive African masks and frequented the Ethnographic Museum at the Palais du Trocadero more than the Louvre.