Fauvism - World of Art (Paperback)
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Fauvism - World of Art (Paperback)

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Paperback 216 Pages / Published: 17/06/1991
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Les Fauves (the wild beasts) was the nickname given in 1905 to a group of painters led by Henri Matisse. Today, their paintings are among the most popular of all twentieth-century art. Yet when Matisse and his friends - Derain, Vlaminck, Marquet, Dufy and Braque among them - first exhibited their work, the reaction of public and critics was astonishment and often hostility. Using strong, even strident, colours, applied in a manner deriving from Cezanne, Gauguin and Van Gogh, the Fauves took painting back to its basic principles, inspired by primitive art, popular prints and children's paintings, and paved the way to Cubism. The artists, their work, their relationship, their achievements and the critical and commercial response to their work are all discussed in this absorbing book.

Publisher: Thames & Hudson Ltd
ISBN: 9780500202272
Number of pages: 216
Weight: 420 g
Dimensions: 209 x 148 x 14 mm

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Despite only 27 of the 100 plus illustration being in colour, Sarah Whitfield's descriptive powers are sufficient to relay the power of the works (Many of which can be accessed in colour through a simple Google... More

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