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Synonyms for fauvist

a member of a group of French painters who followed fauvism


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I will also apply the Fauvist ideas of art and artist to Mansfield's portrayal of her child artists, given that Mansfield was closely associated with the Rhythm group when the stories in discussion came out, and the strongly Fauve expressiveness in these artists' works may have had an enduring influence in her works, especially when crafting images of children, and seeing via their innocent eye.
Peter Max has been referred to as a Pop icon, Neo Fauvist, Abstract Expressionist and America's "Painter Laureate" -- having painted for the last six U.
Fauvist self-portraits by art teacher Vicky Loughran
Georges Braque's early fauvist landscapes, especially the pair of the beach at L'Estaque, are surprisingly careful and temperate within a supposedly wild style of painting, and foreshadow the cool geometry of his later work.
A fauvist woman, dressed as Matisse's "Lady in Blue," approached me.
His secular spiritual concerns, previously reflected in his Cubist and Fauvist paintings and in his writings, are here channeled into evoking a way of life and a type of person which, until the migrations of Orthodox Jews to America after the Holocaust, were dis-appearing rapidly from the American scene.
Our neo-Googie tropical fantasy room boasted yellow walls and purple carpet; outside, a fauvist swimming pool dominates the motel courtyard.
After these samples had been artificially aged for 500 hours using an UV-lamp, only one sample, from a paint tube belonging to the Flemish Fauvist Rik Wouters (1882-1913), showed significant darkening.
As is characteristic of his best Fauvist work, van Dongen makes use of sharp tonal ,shifts, such as the bright clusters of flowers that contrast beautifully against her stark wardrobe.
The exhibit, which runs until July 18, wraps up with works from Fauvist painters Henri Matisse, Maurice de Vlaminck and Othon Friesz, showing how they, too, were drawn to the Seine before heading for the sunny Mediterranean.
The DalesAAE taste was distinct and a little conservative: They preferred the accessible end of the era of experimentAuPicassoAAEs classical figure studies over his cubism, MatisseAAEs Nice-era nudes over his fauvist improvisations.
The show includes portraits and landscapes in Hoffmeister's Fauvist style, as well as 48 daily studies of the artist's daughter.
And Cotter's fauvist broad strokes here serve to smear the mature and frankly more interesting observations he offers.
The movement lives on in Le Havre via the Musee Des Beaux-Arts Andre Malraux, an exceptional site housing an important collection of Impressionist and Fauvist art.
Inspired by Monet's paintings of London, for example, Vollard suggested that Derain see what he could make of the city, prompting a series of exciting paintings from 1906 to 1907 that remain among the artist's most potent Fauvist works.