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  • n  a member of a group of French painters who followed fauvism

  • But the dealers think early fauve and impressionist paintings are today's price leaders for a simple reason: both periods were of relatively brief duration.
  • One would logically expect that given the tremendous efforts of ! abstraction and integration that had gone into his work from his fauve paintings of 1905-06 to The Moroccans of .
  • The lessons of cubism and fauve color, thinks Minaux, have by now become the unconscious inheritance automatically guiding and correcting the artist's eye and intelligence, thus .
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  • Fauve, Expressionist Masterpieces At Israel Museum
    JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — Beginning July 5, the Israel Museum will showcase Fauve and Expressionist paintings from one of the world’s most notable private collections of Modern art in the exhibition “Color Gone Wild: Fauve and Expressionist Masterworks from the Merzbacher Collection.”
    June 25, 2013 - Antiques and the Arts

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