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Derain

Andr? . 1880--1954, French painter, noted for his Fauvist pictures (1905--08)
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The gift consists of a number of works by the artists Michael Werner has represented through the years, as well as a group of modern works by artists such as Lehmbruck, Freundlich, Derain and others.
COLOURFUL 'Arbres a Collioure' by Andre Derain 1905, part of the collection of art to be sold off
Inspired by Monet's paintings of London, for example, Vollard suggested that Derain see what he could make of the city, prompting a series of exciting paintings from 1906 to 1907 that remain among the artist's most potent Fauvist works.
This catalog was created to accompany an exhibition by the same name held at the Courtauld Institute of Art Gallery in London, from October 2005 to January 2006--the first exhibition devoted to the paintings of London produced by Derain between 1906 and 1907.
A tour of several Japanese cities followed in 2001, as did the 2005 show Masters of Color from Derain to Kandinsky at the Royal Academy of Art in London.
14) Norbert Lynton, "Masters of Color: Derain to Kandinsky.
Caption(s): 1 John Derain Haute Tote / 2 Rafe Haute Tote / 3 Kath Kidstons Haute Tote / Joe Lagani of House & Garden / Teril Turner of Henri Bendel / Katherine Habel of Habel Construction / Designer John Derian / Lisa Gorrivan / Liz Dueland of Perrier Jouet / Designer Dylan Lauren / Designer Mindy Lam
The portrait is considered to be one of the very best works of Derain, born in 1880.
As a culturally sophisticated widely-read artist, Cleaver drew inspiration from the artist-illustrated books of the early twentieth century, naming Bonnard, Picasso, Matisse, Derain, Duffy, Miro, Braque, Chagall, and Calder as artists who "brought many new concepts to book illustration and many different mediums: woodcut, linocut, etching, lithography.
He leans back, breaks off one flower tip and muses about the artist Derain who, on his deathbed, said 'some red, show me some red.
The Musee de l'Annonciade, housed in a medieval chapel, contains - in a space no larger than a parish church - a stunning collection of paintings by Matisse, Bonnard, Signac, Derain and many others, not to mention Picasso.