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  1. 1. Grid Drawing in the Negative (Unnatural Colors) Fauvism
  2. 2. Fauvism Les Fauves (French for the Wild Beasts) Fauvism was the first of the avant-garde movements that flourished in France in the early 20th century Avant-garde: New/unusual/experimental ideas Developed after Impressionism and Post- Impressionism Very inspired by van Gogh and Seurat: Sometimes included components of Post-Impressionism, a melting pot of the techniques of Vincent van Gogh (squeezing paint right onto the canvas from the tube) and Georges Seurat (Pointillism)
  3. 3. Vincent van Gogh, 1872, Age 19
  4. 4. Vincent van Gogh; The Starry Night; 1889; Post- Impressionism; Oil on Canvas
  5. 5. Georges Seurat
  6. 6. Georges Seurat, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of la Grande Jatte, 1884-1886 (have you ever seen Ferris Buellers Day Off?)
  7. 7. Fauvism Only lasted a few years (1904-1908) This movement was more of a transitional learning stage for artists Eventually led to a regression back to the origins of Cubism of Paul Czanne, which led to THE Cubist movement (Picasso, etc.) Revived interest in Paul Czannes order/structured vision of nature led artists to reject the turbulent emotionalism of Fauvism in favor of the logic of Cubism
  8. 8. Paul Czanne
  9. 9. Paul Czanne; Maison Maria on the way to the ChEteau Noir; c. 1895; Post-Impressionism; Oil on Canvas
  10. 10. Pablo Picasso
  11. 11. Pablo Picasso, Weeping Woman with Handkerchief; 1937; Analytic Cubism; Oil on Canvas
  12. 12. Fauvism Wild brush strokes Could see them, they werent hidden Wild colors/Bold colors/Unnatural colors Often applied directly out of the tube/not mixed with other colors = pure color Simplification/abstraction of subject Subjective response to nature
  13. 13. Fauvism Leaders of the movement: Henri Matisse (considered the more controlled Fauve) Andr Derain Other Fauvists: Kees van Dongen Maurice de Vlaminck (considered a true Fauve in personality and painting) Charles Camoin Jean Metzinger Georges Braque (also became the cofounder of Cubism with Picasso)
  14. 14. Henri Matisse
  15. 15. Portrait of Madame Matisse (The Green Line); Henri Matisse; 1905; Fauvism; Oil and Tempera on Canvas
  16. 16. The Red Room; Henri Matisse; 1908; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
  17. 17. Woman with a Hat, Henri Matisse, 1905, Fauvism, Oil on Canvas
  18. 18. Luxembourg Gardens; Henri Matisse; 1902-1903; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
  19. 19. Open Window, Collioure; Henri Matisse; 1905; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
  20. 20. Andr Derain
  21. 21. Bridge over the Riou; Andre Derain; 1906; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
  22. 22. Charing Cross Bridge, London; Andre Derain; 1906; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
  23. 23. Henri Matisse; Andre Derain; 1905; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
  24. 24. Landscape Near Chatou; Andre Derain; 1904-1905; Fauvism; Oil on Board
  25. 25. Mountains at Collioure; Andre Derain; 1905; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
  26. 26. The Turning Road, L'Estaque; Andre Derain; 1906; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
  27. 27. Kees van Dongen
  28. 28. Gisele; Kees van Dongen; 1908; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
  29. 29. In the Plaza/Woman at the Balustrade; Kees van Dongen; 1911; Fauvism; Oil
  30. 30. La Parisienne de Montmartre; Kees van Dongen; 1911; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
  31. 31. Le Coquelicot, "The Corn Poppy"; Kees van Dongen; c. 1919; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
  32. 32. Portrait of a Woman; Kees van Dongen; 1909; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
  33. 33. Portrait of a Woman; Kees van Dongen; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
  34. 34. Maurice de Vlaminck
  35. 35. Restaurant de la Machine a Bougival; Maurice de Vlaminck; c. 1905; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
  36. 36. The River Seine at Chatou; Maurice de Vlaminck; 1906; Fauvism; Oil Canvas
  37. 37. Charles Camoin
  38. 38. Quai du port de Cassis; Charles Camoin; 1903; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
  39. 39. Jean Metzinger
  40. 40. Jean Metzinger, c.1906, Femme au Chapeau (Woman with a Hat), Oil on Canvas
  41. 41. Jean Metzinger, 1913, La Femme l'ventail (Woman with a Fan), Oil on Canvas
  42. 42. Country Village; Jean Metzinger; 1916; Analytic Cubism; Watercolor
  43. 43. Georges Braque
  44. 44. Georges Braque, La Calanque, temps gris, 1907, Oil on Canvas
  45. 45. Houses at L'Estaque; Georges Braque; 1908; Analytic Cubism; Oil on Canvas
  46. 46. Assignment Select a person to portray in your grid drawing Instead of doing a positive portrayal, you will do a negative image, meaning that: In the dark areas, you will use light colors In the light areas, you will use dark colors Medium: Colored Pencil Layer colors using cross hatching Use colors, not just black and white! This assignment will help you to understand the difference between light colors and dark colors, and that ANY COLOR CAN BE EITHER DARK OR LIGHT!!! Consider choosing a person who is known for having both positive and negative attention from the public as a metaphor for drawing them in the negative
  47. 47. Example of what negative looks like
  48. 48. Example of what negative looks like
  49. 49. Example of what negative looks like
  50. 50. Example of what negative looks like
  51. 51. OTMS Student Example: Negative vs. Positive
  52. 52. OTMS Student Example: Negative vs. Positive
  53. 53. OTMS Student Example: Negative vs. Positive
  54. 54. OTMS Student Example: Negative vs. Positive
  55. 55. OTMS Student Example: Negative vs. Positive
  56. 56. My Example
  57. 57. My Example + Color Inversion