The Girl Cutting an Apple by Andre Derain (1880-1954), French artist, co-founder of Fauvism with Matisse (womeninarthistory)

The Girl Cutting an Apple by Andre Derain (1880-1954), French artist, co-founder of Fauvism with Matisse (womeninarthistory)

Andre Derain - Fauve Landscape  1905

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Andre Derain - Fauve Landscape 1905

Buste de femme - DERAIN                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Buste de femme - DERAIN Plus

"Charing Cross Bridge" by Andre Derain, 1906

"Charing Cross Bridge" by Andre Derain, 1906

Landscape by the Sea- The Côte d’Azur near Agay. Andre Derain

Landscape by the Sea- The Côte d’Azur near Agay. Andre Derain

Cypresses / Andre Derain - 1907

Cypresses / Andre Derain - 1907

DERAIN, André French Fauvist Painter and Sculptor (1880-1954)_Madame Derain in Green 1907

DERAIN, André French Fauvist Painter and Sculptor (1880-1954)_Madame Derain in Green 1907

In pictures: Andre Derain: The London Paintings - Telegraph. A French Fauvist in London...simply fantastic...

In pictures: Andre Derain: The London Paintings

In pictures: Andre Derain: The London Paintings - Telegraph. A French Fauvist in London...simply fantastic...

The Woman with a Shawl, 1908 (oil on canvas), Derain, Andre (1880-1954)

The Woman with a Shawl, 1908 (oil on canvas), Derain, Andre (1880-1954)

Landscape near Chatou - Andre Derain 1904 Fauvism

Landscape near Chatou - Andre Derain 1904 Fauvism

'Martigues', 1913 - Andre Derain                                                                                                                                                     More

Martigues (Harbor in Provence) Poster

'Martigues', 1913 - Andre Derain More

Road in the Mountains Andre Derain - 1907

Road in the Mountains Andre Derain - 1907

Fauvism. Trois Arbres, l'Estaque, 1906 // painting by Andre Derain. "Les Fauves believed that color should be used at its highest pitch to express the artist's feelings about a subject, rather than simply to describe what it looks like. Fauvist paintings have two main characteristics: extremely simplified drawing and intensely exaggerated color. Fauvism was a major influence on German Expressionism" (from www.artyfactory.com)

Fauvism. Trois Arbres, l'Estaque, 1906 // painting by Andre Derain. "Les Fauves believed that color should be used at its highest pitch to express the artist's feelings about a subject, rather than simply to describe what it looks like. Fauvist paintings have two main characteristics: extremely simplified drawing and intensely exaggerated color. Fauvism was a major influence on German Expressionism" (from www.artyfactory.com)

andre derain paintings | André Derain: Pont de Charing Cross, London , ca.1906

andre derain paintings | André Derain: Pont de Charing Cross, London , ca.1906

Artist: Andre Derain Title: At the Suresnes Ball (1903) Museum: Saint Louis Art Museum Dimensions:	Height: 180 cm (70.87 in.), Width: 145 cm (57.09 in.) Medium:	Painting - oil on canvas Found by Hanna Lee in p.g. 63, Chapter 5

Artist: Andre Derain Title: At the Suresnes Ball (1903) Museum: Saint Louis Art Museum Dimensions: Height: 180 cm (70.87 in.), Width: 145 cm (57.09 in.) Medium: Painting - oil on canvas Found by Hanna Lee in p.g. 63, Chapter 5

Andre Derain - Waterloo Bridge, 1906 at Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum Madrid Spain | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Andre Derain - Waterloo Bridge, 1906 at Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum Madrid Spain | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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