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Presumed Portrait of the Marchesa Geromi Le Pont de I-Europe,Gate Sate Saint-Laza Study of the trunk of an elm tree The sun in the park Walsenburg Le Velocipede -40- Bonaparte as First Consul The fem hold the bottle van gogh museum amsterdam Xizi William Henry Shelton Gageslake Clara -san40- Crystallawns Two Hands -nn04- The Duc de Berry between his parron sain Isabel Carnes Church Boys Eating Fruit -Grape and Melon Eater Self-Portrait with Worker near the Steam Bouse Aqueduct near Rome Lumpkin Details of Der Hl.Franziskeus verzichtet Venice The Teacups -09- Pieter cornelisz van ryck Kitchen Scene Mrs Samuel Quincy City-gate of Paris Ortiz, Francisco Pradilla the art of war Thomas Doughty Stmarys monet giverny William Maw Egley Quinhagak Carnations and Clematis in a Crystal Vas Ernest Bruce Nelson A Rider Conversing with a Peasant The Winged Man Birch, Thomas
Dufy Raoul:
Le Havre 1877-Forcalquier 1953 was a French Fauvist painter. He developed a colourful, decorative style that became fashionable for designs for ceramics, textiles and decorative schemes for public buildings. He is noted for scenes of open-air social events. Raoul Dufy was born at Le Havre, in Normandy, one of a family of nine members. He left school at the age of 14 to work in a coffee importing company. In 1895 when he was 18, he started evening classes in art at Le Havre Ecole des Beaux-Arts. He and Othon Friesz, a school friend, studied the works of Eug??ne Boudin in the museum in Le Havre. Raoul Dufy, Regatta at Cowes, (1934), Washington D.C. National Gallery of Art.In 1900, after a year of military service, Raoul won a scholarship enabling him to attend the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts in Paris, where he was a fellow student with Georges Braque. The impressionist landscapists, such as Claude Monet and Camille Pissarro, influenced him. Introduced to Berthe Weill in 1902, she showed his work in her gallery. Henri Matisse's Luxe, Calme et Volupte, which Dufy saw at the Salon des Independants in 1905, was a revelation to the young artist and directed his interest towards Fauvism. Les Fauves (wild beasts) emphasised bright colour and rich bold contours in their work, and Dufy's painting reflects this approach until about 1909, when contact with the work of Paul Cezanne led him to adopt a somewhat subtler technique.








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