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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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An early and influential champion of cubism, the friend of Braque, Picasso, Dufy, Rousseau and Marie Laurencin (who became his mistress), Apollinaire was a seminal figure in the revolutionary art style known as "Surrealism," a term that he coined some seven years before Breton formally founded the movement.
Since the turn of the 20th Century, under the stewardship of Wally Findlay, the focus has been on Impressionists, Post-Impressionists, School of Rouen painters, School of Paris painters including Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Gustave Loiseau, Jean Dufy, Marc Chagall, and the Findlay School of painters including Le Pho, AndrA(c) Hambourg, Vu Cao Dam, Nicola Simbari, Constantin Kluge, and Gaston SA(c)bire.
Brigitte Leal discusses the important 'Fauve' works the artist created after her studies with Ludwig Schmid-Reutte in Karlsruhe, Germany, in 1904, her studies with Rudolf Grossmann in Paris in 1907, and her introduction to the art of Braque, Picasso, Derain, Dufy, Metzinger, Pascin, and her future husband, Robert Delaunay (they married in 1910).
Bernard Villemot, the last great commercial/poster artist, lived in Paris his entire life (no surprise), drew inspiration from Henri Matisse, Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, and other fine artists of his time (early-mid twentieth century), and left an immeasurable mark on modern advertising and graphic art.
It gained acceptance toward the end of the century, and while Georges Braque, Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Fernand Leger, Henri Matisse, Joan Miro and Pablo Picasso all eventually adopted the process, French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is probably the artist with the highest profile of those interested in lithography at the time.
Early works by Die Briicke artists Kirchner, Heckel, and Schmidt-Rottluff, shown alongside Fauve works by Derain, Dufy, Braque, and Matisse, highlight how these contemporary German and French groups were concurrently inspired by the Neo-Impressionists, from Gauguin to Van Gogh.