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"Portrait Of Henri Matisse" by Andre Derain, was made during a holiday at the fishing port of Collioure in the south of France in 1905, when Matisse and Derain painted portraits of each other.


Under Matisse’s influence, Derain had begun to use strong, non-naturalistic colours, applied in small separate brushstrokes, to convey the sensations of light and shade. Their radical use of colour led critics described them and their associates as ‘Fauves’ or wild beasts, and ‘Fauvism’ became an important parallel to the rise of Expressionism in Germany.

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"Portrait Of Henri Matisse" by Andre Derain, was made during a holiday at the fishing port of Collioure in the south of France in 1905, when Matisse and Derain painted portraits of each other.Under Matisse’s influence, Derain had begun to use strong, non-naturalistic colours, applied in small separate brushstrokes, to convey the sensations of light and shade. Their radical use of colour led critics described them and their associates as ‘Fauves’ or wild beasts, and ‘Fauvism’ became an important parallel to the rise of Expressionism in Germany.

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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