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Synonyms for Fauve

a member of a group of French painters who followed fauvism


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Fields and President Chung Leik Kok of Fauve Intertrade Corporation (right) sign energy contract with Chairman Yu Dongming (left) of United China Petroleum and Chemical Co.
3) Regardless of any stylistic connections the 1914 painting does or does not have with other canvases made by the artist around this time, it is appropriate that Matisse replaced the extreme Fauve color and line variation found in the center of the 1905 Window with uniform black.
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Frost & Reed (2-4 King Street, London; +44 (0)20 7839 4645) are staging 'The Impressionist Effect', a selection of mostly 20th-century French and European artists whose work has been influenced by Impressionism, including Forain, Blanche, Darien and Lebasque, and Fauve movement artists: Mangnin, Marquet, Duly and Derain (3 February-13 March).
In June and July of 1931, Matisse was accorded a major overview at the Galeries Georges Petit, a survey that included too much of the egregiously weak Nice material of the 1920s and too few significant Fauve paintings, let alone his even more consequential works revealing his struggle with Cubism between 1912 and 1917.
Drawing With Scissors is a show exploring the later years in the life of Matisse, the founding father of the Fauve group.
Pick of the bunch is the Palette Fauve, pounds 32, a gold compact with three vibrant face powders in a leopard print pattern.
The ladies had an equally tense final with the experience of Alison Hurry versus the youth of Fauve Birch, aged 17.
In the midst of worries about the climate, economic and environmental, a bit of colour therapy cannot come amiss and who better to give it than the fauve Vlaminck of the early 1900s?
Matisse had been the principal artist in the Fauve group, a collection of artists who used distortions, flat patterns and vibrant colours.
Now Greville meets Rhuddlan's Rebecca Ogden and Lockett faces Jordan Ryan of Newport, who put out Glamorgan champion Fauve Birch.
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His early works have featured in numerous Fauve exhibitions and displays but ultimately, as the 18 years since his last retrospective indicate, his work has attracted little attention.