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an art movement launched in 1905 whose work was characterized by bright and nonnatural colors and simple forms

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Fauvism does not consist simply of the use of arbitrary colours but is created by the painter's realization that a harmony of colours unconnected with reality expresses the relationship between his ego and the world'.
Ultimately, it appears that in his early works, William did not slavishly follow the dictates of any single movement, be it Cubism, Fauvism or Futurism, whose styles he was fully aware of and had experimented with.
Ever dissatisfied during the early years, when he tried on various styles like hats (Divisionism, Cezann-ism, "Synthetism," Fauvism, etc.
Fauvism clinched the opening race of the day, with a massive drive from the back to beat La Pampita almost at the post.
Matisse was kin as the outstanding representative of Fauvism with its bold distortions.
Armed with watercolor sketches from nature, he moved the studio indoors and used mosaic-like squares of pure color to compose large scenes that would influence the works of van Gogh and Gauguin, inspire Matisse, and affect the evolution of future art movements, from fauvism to cubism.
Her work channels Cubism and is infused by shocking bright colours that evoke Fauvism.
Her embrace of warm colors and simplified characters suggests some characteristics of Fauvism.
Incorporating Henri Matisse and Fauvism is a natural extension of teaching color theory.
Works featured in the exhibition include Picasso's Cubist influenced collage Bottle of Vieux Marc, Glass, Guitar and Newspaper (1913); Vanessa Bell's painting Still Life on Corner of Mantlepiece (1914) and Fauvism.
I have taken influence from Fauvism and have explored this through physical computing, capturing the wild and intense primeval atmosphere of Dance II.
Fauvism, German Expressionism, Cubism, Orphism, Purism, Non-Objective Art, Dadaism, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, Op Art, Minimalism, Photo-Realism, Feminist Art, Neo-Expressionism, Post-Modernism, and Neo-Geo have all played out in the drama of conflicting styles and ambitions in the course of the century.
Many have a coloration resembling fauvism, though the human forms and familiar settings temper this.
Both Impressionism and Fauvism had a strong influence on his art.
Modern Art In the 20th century, experimentation became more radical, and movements such as fauvism, surrealism, cubism, expressionism, and abstract painting grew and grew.