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#1 – Matisse and Fauves


Henri Matisse (1869 – 1954)

  Henri MATISSE  (1869–1954).

Carmeline.

1903.

Boston: Museum of Fine Arts.


  Henri MATISSE  (1869–1954).

Male Nude.

1903.

Private collection.


  Henri MATISSE  (1869–1954).

Luxe, Calme et Volupte.

1904–05.

Private collection, Paris.


  Henri MATISSE  (1869–1954).

Joy of Life.

1905–06.

Merion County, Pa.: Barnes Foundation.


  Henri MATISSE  (1869–1954).

Joy of Life Sketch.

1903.

Copenhagen.


  Henri MATISSE  (1869–1954).

Open Window at Collioure.

1905.

Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art.


  Henri MATISSE  (1869–1954).

Woman with Green Stripe.

1905.

Copenhagen.


  Henri MATISSE  (1869–1954).

Woman with Hat.

1905.

Private collection.


André Derain (1880 – 1954)

  André DERAIN  (1880–1954).

Boats in the Port of Collioure.

1905.

Bern.


  André DERAIN  (1880–1954).

Animated Landscape.

1904.

Location unknown.


  André DERAIN  (1880–1954).

London Bridge.

1906.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


Maurice de Vlaminck (1867 – 1958)

  Maurice de VLAMINCK  (1867–1958).

Man with a Pipe.

1905.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Maurice de VLAMINCK  (1867–1958).

Red Trees.

1906.

Private collection.


  Maurice de VLAMINCK  (1867–1958).

Boat Wash Houses.

1906.

Private collection.


George Rouault (1871 – 1957)

  George ROUAULT  (1871–1957).

The Old King.

1916–36.

Pittsburgh: Carnegie Institute.


Matisse after Fauvism

  Henri MATISSE  (1869–1954).

Le Luxe I.

1907.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Henri MATISSE  (1869–1954).

Le Luxe II.

1907–08.

Copenhagen.


  Henri MATISSE  (1869–1954).

Music.

1907.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Henri MATISSE  (1869–1954).

Dance.

1909.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Henri MATISSE  (1869–1954).

Red Studio.

1911.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


 
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