Henri Matisse Movement, Style, School or Type of Art: Fauvism Date and Place of Birth: December 31, 1869, Le Cateau–Cambr©sis, France Life: His works are

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Henri Matisse Movement, Style, School or Type of Art: Fauvism Date and Place of Birth: December 31, 1869, Le CateauCambrsis, France Life: His works are characterized by big blocks of bold, vibrant colors and a deceptive simplicity. He and Picasso are probably the two artists who had the greatest influence on the course of 20th century art. Important Works: Madame Matisse ("The Green Line"), 1905 La Joie de Vivre, 1905-06 The Dance, 1910 The Red Studio, 1911 Icarus, 1947 Date and Place of Death: November 3, 1954, Nice, France Slide 2 Les Fauves French for The Wild Beasts A short-lived and loose grouping of early 20th century Modern artists Works emphasized painterly qualities and strong color over the representational or realistic values retained by Impressionism Fauvism as a style began around 1900 and continued beyond 1910 The movement lasted only three years, 19051907, and had three exhibitions The leaders of the movement were Henri Matisse and Andr Derain Slide 3 Woman Reading 1894 Slide 4 Woman with the Hat 1904 Slide 5 Portrait of Madame Matisse (The green line) 1905 Slide 6 Red Bedroom, 1908 Slide 7 Goldfish, 1912 Slide 8 Le Rifain assis (Seated Riffian) Late 1912 or early 1913 Slide 9 La leon de musique (The Music Lesson) 1917 Slide 10 Robe violette et Anemones 1937 Slide 11 La Musique 1939 Slide 12 Les Velours 1947 Slide 13 Icarus, 1947 Slide 14 Mille et une Nuits, 1950 Slide 15 Les Vgtaux, 1952 Slide 16 King's Sadness, 1952 Slide 17 Blue Nude II, 1952 Slide 18 La Ngresse, 1952 Slide 19 La Gerbe, 1953 Slide 20 The Snail 1953