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Dufy

Raoul . 1877--1953, French painter and designer whose style is characterized by swift calligraphic draughtsmanship and bright colouring
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Pierre Bonnard, Paul Cezanne, Raoul Dufy, Pablo Picasso, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Felix Vallaton all made images of Vollard, often more than once.
1998; Manila clams, Rditapes philippinarum, Direr & Dufy 1990; Pacific oysters, Crassostrea gigas, Guo 1991, cited by Guo & Allen 1994, Guo et al.
There are works of art by Miles Davies, chairs by Paul Goldman, and textile designs by Raoul Dufy which are estimated at a very reasonable pounds 400-pounds 600.
Mon Docteur le Vin by Gaston Derys and Raoul Dufy (Yale University Press, pounds 12.
Her most recent was on Wolverhampton's all-weather track in June when she romped home by two-and-a-half lengths from Raoul Dufy.
It is a safer bet that the trip will suit Raoul Dufy, who stayed on strongly over a mile at Newcastle last time, but first-time cheekpieces may well have contributed to that improved effort.
At the famous La Colombe d'Or restaurant there's a remarkable collection of Impressionist paintings which the owner acquired after World War I by feeding the likes of Picasso, Matisse, Dufy and Bonnard in exchange for a painting.
Les Montagnes'' by Armand Guillaumin is worth about $125,000 and ``Les Baux de Provence'' by Jean Dufy is worth about $45,000.
Over our lounge fireplace we have a print of a Dufy harvest scene depicting horses in various prime colours in a landscape where light and shade is reversed.
Painting: Interior with Open Window, 1928, Raoul Dufy, Galerie Daniel Malingue, Paris.
In "Midsummer Mobile"--a rather shallow poem of instructions to a would-be painter, she refers to "a sky of Dufy blue," to "Seurat: fleck[ed] schooner," "the mellow palette of Matisse," and "a rare Calder mobile" (Hughes 1981, 324).
This principle was followed with a fair degree of success, and the corporate collection has "mini groupings" of works by Edgar Degas, Pissarro, Matisse, Raoul Dufy, Edouard Vuillard, Braque, Chaim Soutine, Leger, Georges Rouault, Giacometti, Manzu, and Moore.