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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Vlaminck, Maurice de 1876-1958. French artist. A leading exponent of fauvism, he is noted for his stormy, aggressive landscapes.

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  • n. French painter and exponent of fauvism (1876-1958)

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  • And artsy eggs to boot, like this "Vlaminck" painted egg ...

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  • Christie's Maurice de Vlaminck 'Paysage de banlieue' Oil on canvas, 25 1/2 x 32 in.

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  • "Vlaminck — A Fauvist Instinct" examines works from the period 1900-1915 by Fauve artist Maurice de Vlaminck (1876-1958).

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  • And speaking of fauves, the National Gallery's feature exhibition, "Hungarian Fauves From Paris to Nagybánya, 1904-1914" gives you a great chance (through July 30) to compare directly the likes of Róbert Berény and Géza Bornemisza with Matisse, Dufy and Vlaminck.

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  • The unidentified bidder, with paddle number LO22, secured three of the top five lots at the sale, classic works by Signac, Gauguin and Vlaminck.

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  • So we waited, and as we waited we looked at the van Gogh, the Utrillo, the Vlaminck, and the Augustus John.

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  • “Gollan came to see me again … One day, he announced that he had found the artist who had forged the Van Gogh … He said he was a pleasant young man, who claimed to be able to imitate, equally convincingly, the style of Manet, Renoir, or Vlaminck.”

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  • About the best known of Matisse's companions -- for they were in no sense his disciples -- were, I should say, Friesz, Vlaminck, Laprade, Chabaud,

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  • Vlaminck, Lhote, de Segonzac, Bracque and Modigliani, I am not yet prepared to class him with Matisse, Picasso, Derain, and Bonnard.

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  • Derain, Matisse, and Vlaminck began picking up such pieces as they could find in old curiosity and pawn shops; with Guillaume Apollinaire, literary apostle, following apostolically at their heels.

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