Fauvism /ˈfoʊvɪzm̩/ is the style of les Fauves (French for "the wild beasts"), a group of early 20th-century modern artists whose works emphasized painterly qualities and strong color over the representational or realistic values retained by Impressionism.
Les Fauves (French for The Wild Beasts) was the name of a modern art movement in the early 20th century, led by the painters Henri Matisse and André Derain. The Fauves were a group of French painters who were influenced by the bright colours used by the Post-Impressionists Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin.
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On en-wiki, shouldn't this article be listed under the English Fauvism rather than the French Les Fauves. -- Solipsist19:15, 16 Aug 2004 (UTC) 1. Now moved, with help from User:Angela -- Solipsist12:34, 3 Sep 2004 (UTC)
I think its a bit much to say that, I've seen fauvist pantings painted recently. --Syr010:18, 1 November 2006 (UTC) It's a really crazy statement, particularly since there was a revival of the movement in the 60s. Gingermint (talk) 22:04, 15 March 2010 (UTC)
They put in the wrong type of picture!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!this was very annoying because i got an E5 because i listened to this page!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 11:02, 3 March 2007 (UTC). also, they misspelt colour! 1. -Color can be spelled both ways...look it up. Also Fauvism is alive today. hi, I'm a brazilian painter, my name is Emerson Morais and I not agree with wiki, cause I've been seen recently in a class of our School of Fine Arts (Escola de Belas Artes) in Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (EBA-UFRJ), a painting in a style of fauvs, and, inspired for all these wonderful paintings, I'm decided to produce a watercolor inside the fauvs principles. So, the fauvism movement live inside all sensible artists, in idea or action, in their minds and hearts! fauvs forever! —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 23:09, 27 September 2007 (UTC) I think this article could still (2010) use a nic...
There are some recent back-and-forth edits about spelling. There was even a commented note added at the beginning: "DO NOT CHANGE SPELLING FROM UK TO US. 'COLOUR' IS CORRECT. SEE WP:ENGVAR." I come to the article to find a mix of AE and BE spellings, beginning with the first sentence ("emphasized" and "colour"). Per the cited guideline, where (as here) the subject has no particular tie to any one English-speaking country, we achieve consistency by defaulting to the first variant used. Here, the first version of the article used AE spelling ("This brief, shining moment of in early Modernism emphasized paint itself and the use of deep color...."). Accordingly, I'm removing the commented noted and making the spelling consistent at AE throughout. Per the MoS, however, there's an exception for the quotation; it's presumably a translation from French, but the person giving the translation was English and the transcript was done for an Australian source, so our source uses "colour" and I'v...
Nadežda Petrović died of typhus and cholera in 1915 serving as a nurse in Serbian military hospital. She had not been influenced by Fauvism, because she had studied in Munich and had traveled to Paris only once, in 1910, to visit her friend Ivan Meštrović. By her style, she was the fauvist before les Fauves themselves. i.e. Salon d'Automne 1905. If the article is about a group of Parisiene artists called les Fauves, than it should not be titled Fauvism, but The Fauvists or Fauvism, the Movement. If it is considered a style, than there were more painters in Europe that belonged to it besides the proclaimed artists in Paris. Slobodan Grasic 1. @Slobodan Grasic: This article is about Fauvism, the art movement. Just as the article about Cubism is about the movement. Or, just as the article Impressionism is about the movement. (And so on...). Certainly, many art movements inspire a wide range of artists from a wide range of countries. Not all can, or should, be included in these articles...
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Fauvismul (un franțuzism care se citește [ pron. fo-v i sm ]) a fost un curent formalist în pictura franceză de la începutul secolului al XX-lea, care reprezenta lumea concretă în culori violente, folosind tonuri pure și renunțând la perspectivă.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Neo-Fauvism was a poetic style of painting from the mid-1920s proposed as a challenge to Surrealism.
Fauvism var en europeisk strömning inom måleriet under tidigt 1900-tal, där färgen var konstverkets viktigaste beståndsdel. I boken Fauvismen och expressionismen beskriver författaren Bernard Denvir fauvismen, med dess karakteristiska frigörelse av färg och form, som expressionismens första framträdande inom den moderna bildkonsten.
Fauvism was the first avant garde art movement of the 20th Century. Spearheaded by a trio of young painters from Paris – Henri Matisse, André Derain and Maurice de Vlaminck – it was characterised by intense, expressive, unnatural colour, along with loose brushwork and simplified forms.
Favism is a hemolytic response to the consumption of fava beans, also known as broad beans. Though all individuals with favism show G6PD deficiency, not all individuals with G6PD deficiency show favism. The condition is known to be more prevalent in infants and children, and G6PD genetic variant can influence chemical sensitivity.