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- adj. Of or pertaining to fauvism
- n. An artist who used this style
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- n. a member of a group of French painters who followed fauvism
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The exhibit features a dozen of Singh's emotionally upbeat, "fauvist" paintings.
From there it is a short drive to Spain, but please don't miss Collioure collioure.com, just before the border, a favourite haunt of the fauvist artists and famous for its anchovies.
Artist James Barnett has created a series of well-executed "fauxvist" oil paintings (from the French fauvist) that look like something you might encounter in any fine gallery.
She smiled and her attention was caught by a striking painting of calla lilies down in the fauvist style in bright colors.
She smiles, hm, kind of has a nice fauvist quality to it, Canadian fauve … she nibbles a bit more croissant.
I call him a painter; Wikipedia calls him a “fauvist painter and sculpter.”
There follows the entire Wikipedia entry for Rik Wouters: “Rik Wouters (August 21, 1882, Mechelen — July 11, 1916, Amsterdam) was a Belgian fauvist painter and sculptor.”
At that time, Mondrian himself had progressed from delicately gray river scenes to flattened, fauvist paintings of dunes by the sea.
Somewhat brainier than the average British indie band - their fauvist-inspired name being only the tip of their intellectual iceberg - Lakeland lads Wild Beasts nevertheless began translating chin-stroker esteem into actual popularity with this superb second album.
Atkinson Grimshaw nocturne, or local shops, especially Asian-owned ones, where the colour seems almost fauvist.
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