Maurice de Vlaminck

(movement, 1905-1907)

From the French word fauve , meaning “wild beast .” A style adopted by artists associated with Matisse, c. 1905-08. They painted in a spontaneous manner, using bold colors. Fauvism was accepted as a new art movement in 1905, after the fading of Post-Impressionism. Fauvism officially began with an art exhibition called the Salon d Automne. The artists gathered here to exhibit their newest works.


Artists Fauvism :

  • bra – vla

Braque, Georges
Camoin, Charles
Derain, Andre
Dongen, Kees van
Dufy, Raoul
Friesz, Emile Othon
Gauguin, Paul
Manguin, Henri
Marquet, Albert
Matisse, Henri
Pascin, Jules
Rouault, Georges
Valtat, Louis
Vlaminck, Maurice de


Artists Fauvism :

  • bra – vla

Braque, Georges
Camoin, Charles
Derain, Andre
Dongen, Kees van
Dufy, Raoul
Friesz, Emile Othon
Gauguin, Paul
Manguin, Henri
Marquet, Albert
Matisse, Henri
Pascin, Jules
Rouault, Georges
Valtat, Louis
Vlaminck, Maurice de


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