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When he painted Cassis in 1907, André Derain was exploring a locale that had already been painted by his older colleague Paul Signac. While the Pointillist had concentrated on the bay and the sea, Derain showed the periphery of the town and bordered it with Signac’s motif of the red cliffs and the bay with pine trees. Derain increased the contrast by means of the black-blue and black-green surfaces of the trees. Their trunks simultaneously frame and fragment the scene, and the eye of the beholder jumps back and forth between the dark and light areas of the composition.

Landscape Near Cassis - Andre Derain

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When he painted Cassis in 1907, André Derain was exploring a locale that had already been painted by his older colleague Paul Signac. While the Pointillist had concentrated on the bay and the sea, Derain showed the periphery of the town and bordered it with Signac’s motif of the red cliffs and the bay with pine trees. Derain increased the contrast by means of the black-blue and black-green surfaces of the trees. Their trunks simultaneously frame and fragment the scene, and the eye of the beholder jumps back and forth between the dark and light areas of the composition.

French artist, painter and sculptor Andre Derain (1880-1954) had a major role in the development of two of the most significant artistic movements of the early twentieth century.   André Derain, Henri Matisse, and Maurice de Vlaminck were responsible for generating works with a totally new style which would become Fauvism. André's association with Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque was integral to early Cubism.

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