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    Fauvism

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    art history. All students were assigned a topic and had to do a research paper on their topic. The topic I was given was fauvism. Fauvism is a style of painting with vivid expressionistic and non-naturalistic use of color that flourished in Paris from 1905. In the following paragraphs I’m going to define the artistic values from this time/group of artists. Also what did Fauvism looked like, why it looked the way it did, and what medium was in (painting, sculpture drawing etc.) Next, I’ll be explaining

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    Fauvism and Orientalism

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    through many art styles in his life, from neo impressionism to pointillism, he had his fingers in many pies. In 1905 Matisse created fauvism, or the wild beasts. From then on his paintings would never be the same. He became the king of color (Cumming 99). In the 1910’s he started Orientalism. The odalisques were of a much different pattern (Abrams/Cameo 28). Fauvism and Orientalism are very different, but still alike in other ways. They can be compared on the backgrounds, colors, subjects, structure

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    The Fauvism Art Movement

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    come up with each day and it’s all just someone, one person expressing how they feel or what they believe. One form of art that I find very interesting particular is Fauvism. Fauvism is an expressionism that is expressed by art, music literature. This type of art is the spiritually and emotional vision of the world in Artist eyes. Fauvism was a short-lived movement; it lasted only from the time period of 1905-1908. In my opinion based off of how appealing it was it could have been longer. It originated

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    Fauvism - Influenced by Mental Illness

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    credited with influencing and shaping the movement known as Fauvism. Undisputed documentation that mental illness influenced the Fauves is scarce and quite possibly does not exist. One only has to look then to Vincent van Gogh, whose name comes up frequently when exploring this, to see the connection and how his work may have influenced the Fauvist movement. I found myself fixated with trying to find an irrefutable connection with Fauvism and mental illness. This was not an easy or totally successful

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    Henri Matisse

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    Henri Matisse Henri Matisse was born December 31st, 1869 to two storeowners, Emile and Heloise Matisse. His father wanted him to be a lawyer, so later on in life he could takeover the family business. They sent him to Henri Martin Grammar School where he studied to be a lawyer. There was a hint of artist in Henri because while working as a lawyer’s assistant he took up a drawing course (Essers 7). It was for curtain design but it seemed to be destiny for a lawyer’s assistant to take up such a

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    First 15 years of the 20th century show the changes in the theory, and practice art, among the modern artiest in western world. First 15 years were remarkable, they compare with great and advance science and technology of same time. It was time of growing instance in western culture, and continued rapid industrial of imperial aboard, and rivalry in the Europe. During the 20th century Paris was focus of modernism. In the 19th century scientist discover the theory, which were not just question of our

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    Postimpressionism Postimpressionism was a movement in late-19th-century French painting that emphasized the artist's personal response to a subject. Postimpressionism takes its name from an art movement that immediately preceded it: Impressionism. But whereas impressionist painters concentrated on the depiction of a subject's immediate appearance, postimpressionists focused on emotional or spiritual meanings that the subject might convey. Although impressionist artists interpreted what they saw

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    Modernized Art Forms and Styles

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    on the Arts and Architecture. Gone was the old romanticism and symbolism that had dominated the 19th-entury earlier. Instead, Artists around the world started to incorporate the emerging geometrics of technology into their art. Cubism, Futurism, Fauvism, Nonobjective art, and the International Style are all examples of art forms and styles that adapted the abstract geometrics that technology offered. Cubism is an art form movement that helped shape early 20th century art and the Modernist era

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    Pablo Picasso's Head of a Woman

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    be different, but at the same time also beautiful. However, not everyone back in their time thought it was beautiful. In their works they both used women to show their different style. Picasso used the method of Cubism and Dufy used the method of Fauvism. They both wanted to show how they thought that a woman should look to portray their different visions. These two works of art are both very different because, Picasso made his woman dark and exaggerated and not so pleasing to the eye. Meanwhile Dufy

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    He was able to use the initial ideas created in the Fauve movement and advance them beyond what any other artist in the period had done previously or after. In fact, one might say that Matisse was the artist who ensured the lasting impression of Fauvism on artistic expression and that it would not be what it is today without his influence.

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