Sarah Whitfield's Fauvism is a thoroughly researched and fascinating review of
Les Fauves, spontaneously named for their wild use of colour and mark. Examining the artists both as a group and as individuals, the book takes in the work of André Derain, Maurice de Vlaminck, Albert Marquet, Raoul Dufy and Georges Braque, as led by Henri Matisse with his belief that Fauvism is not everything but it is the foundation of everything.
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No. of Pages 216
No. of Illustrations 171 24 in colour
Dimensions 21 x 14.9cm
Fabric & material Paperback
SKU 00062343

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A remarkable, comprehensive achievement
The New York Times Book Review

Fauvism features a select bibliography and chapters include The Path to Colour, In the Face of Nature, Landscape into Fauvism, Dreams of Other Spaces and A New Grand Manner.

216 pages with 171 illustrations, 24 in colour.