Andre Derain

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French painter and exponent of fauvism (1880-1954)


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Collioure is a picturesque old fishing village, seaside resort and artists' colony which attracted the Fauvism movement's leaders Henri Matisse and Andre Derain. Their legacy is still apparent with vibrant galleries and shops - and the bars they frequented are still as popular as ever.
Show students the Art Print and lead a discussion about how the work is "modern." Have students do research of the following movements that shaped her style: Cloisonnism, Fauvism, expressionism, and symbolism, as well as the artists Paul Gauguin, Andre Derain, Pierre Bonnard, and Henri Matisse.
As Leighten argues, in this matrix, which can be traced in part to Alfred Barr's influence, 'an apolitical Henri Matisse comes to overshadow the politicised Vlaminck, Andre Derain, and Van Dongen, and fauvism is drained of its socially critical dimensions; Picasso--seen by many as the only "true cubist"--comes to lead even Georges Braque, while the remaining cubists are dismissed as more [...] or less [...] interesting strangers' (p 2).
It's where Matisse used to paint, and Andre Derain. It's always about 70 degrees.
The painter Andre Derain took one look and said: "This can only end in suicide.
Each painting is rendered in its own unique style, going back to the work of Matisse, Pierre Bonnard and Andre Derain, with Laguionie playing throughout with depth (often created using overlapping surfaces instead of light).
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.
Other artists' masterpieces, including Claude Monet, Maurice Denis, Pablo Picasso, Odilon Redon, Paul Gauguin and Andre Derain's works were also displayed along with Emdadian's child models.Davoud Emdadian was born in 1944 in Tabriz, Iran.
Records were set for Andre Derain, with "Barques au port de Collioure" fetching $14,082,500, roughly twice the pre-sale estimate, and for Kees Van Dongen with "Jeune Arabe," which sold for $13,802,500.
It seemed apparent that this emphasis on decor (a ballet by Pablo Picasso or by Andre Derain, indeed!) had led to the encroaching decadence of the Ballets Russes after World War I, and to a dance culture of fashion and a decline of interest in dance as dance.
As far as oil paintings are concerned, there's a quasi-Cubist painting by Andre Derain from around 1910 and a painting by Vlaminck which is too late in the artists' career to be of much interest.
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.
For a while, the newly arrived works by Renoir, Cezanne, Picasso, Matisse, Modigliani, Andre Derain and Chaim Soutine became the stars of the museum.
The caravan rolled on to Gaujac, south of Toulouse, where they stayed with Andre Derain's cousin, within sight of the Pyrenees.