Maurice de Vlaminck (1876-1958) France

Maurice de Vlaminck was a French painter and graphic artist. De Vlamnick belonged to the inner core of Fauvist painters. He developed a spontaneous and temperamental style of painting, creating dynamic, exuberant patterns with his brush strokes. In the 1910s, his color palettes softened and his paintings shifted toward a more romantic and realist style.

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Matisse: Master of the Fauves

A major figure in 20th-century painting, Henri Matisse has influenced many renowned artists. With humble beginnings as a notary’s clerk from Saint-Quentin, Matisse went on to become one of the best-rated French painters and sculptors in the world, a label that still stands today.

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