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- n. Plural form of fauvist.
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From the cubists he incorporated a perception of multiple perspectives and from the fauvists a new way of perceiving color and the free treatment of form.
Matisse found the charming port back in 1905, after which the town became a meeting point for les fauvists.
Those aspects were present from the oils Matisse presented in 1905 as leader of the fauvists to the vast paper cutouts he created late in his life when arthritis made painting impossible.
Postimpressionists like Paul Cézanne (18391906), Paul Gauguin (18481903), and Vincent van Gogh (185390); expressionists like Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (18801938) and Edvard Munch (18631944); and French fauvists like Henri Matisse (18691954) moved farther away from convention by experimenting with space and color to produce an emotional experience dependent on personal impression, not photographic replication.