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Vlaminck

Maurice de . 1876--1958, French painter of the Fauve school
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The newspaper reported Vlaminck owned up she wanted all the stars and was "fully aware" during the time she was getting tattooed.
DEFACED Kimberley Vlaminck shows off the tattoo of 56 stars that she says has ruined her life
In 1906 and 1907, he sent a number of his artists, including Matisse, Derain, Vlaminck, and Rousseau, to work with the master ceramicist Andre Metthey in Asnieres, on the Seine, where the Impressionists had painted.
Her advice on how to run a life involving a big-city apartment, a bigger country home, dinner parties for celebrities, and flowers that complement your new Vlaminck painting has a remarkably limited audience, and women who face the same problems want to do it their own way.
Liman, who says her primary influences include Cezanne and Vlaminck, calls her skyline paintings "colorful and textured, but not literal.
The trio's centerpiece, a post-impressionist piece by Maurice de Vlaminck, ``La Ferme de la Haute-Folie,'' alone is worth about $300,000, university officials said.
Matisse hit his stride in the avant-garde art world around 1905, working with a group of artists that included Andre Derain, Albert Marquet, and Maurice Vlaminck, who came to be known as les fauves (the wild beasts).
BELGIUM - Gillet, Theunis, Hayen, Vandenbrock, Vlaminck, Vranken, Van Dessel, Dufer, Smolders, Soetaers, Chatelle.
The group included Maurice Vlaminck, Jean Cocteau, Louis Hautecoeur, and Auguste Perret.
He collaborated with filmmakers Bu[tilde{n}]el, Chabrol, Cl[acute{e}]ment, and Resnais, and wrote on painters such as Dubuffet and Vlaminck.
Eyewitness accounts tell of laughter emanating from Room VII, where audiences saw this painting and similar works by Matisse, Derain, their friend Maurice de Vlaminck, and others.
The show juxtaposed the work of artists as different as Corot and Cezanne, Seurat and Vlaminck, Monet and Gauguin, revealing the crucial influence of one generation on another and stimulating new comparisons between them.