Rouault


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Rouault

Georges . 1871--1958, French expressionist artist. His work is deeply religious; it includes much stained glass
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I feel as if in all this I was responding to things, whether it was the Mappa Mundi or Auschwitz or Rouault.
Rouault, an ardent Catholic, gravitated toward dejected prostitutes, tragic clowns, and pitiless judges as frequent subjects of his art.
Reproductions of paintings by artist, Georges Rouault
Del otro lado de Rouault, el mundo de Chagall ignora el pecado, el odio y la discordia, y nos revela la gracia y la alegria; la fraternidad y el amor.
Khumalo H, Gomo ZAR, Moyo VM, Gordeuk VR, Saungweme T, Rouault TA, Gangaidzo IT.
Composed for the "Jeune Public" of the Val de Marne festival, Fort Gambo draws its inspiration from Hollywood cliches; Le Cirque Pandor, despite its mention of Chicago and its multiethnic cast, remains linked to the European tradition of vaudevillian acrobats, clowns, equestrian equilibrists, and gigantic and dwarfish monsters (Toulouse Lautrec, Rouault, Picasso's "Saltimbanques," Mallarme's "Pitre chatie," Laforgue's lunar dreamers).
Fauvism explores early modern art through the vibrant colors, bold distortion and dynamic brushstrokes of Matisse, Rouault, Derain, Vlaminck and others.
At the time it was said to have reflected 'Mr Piper's whimsical enthusiasms': there were works by Georges Rouault, the Bloomsbury Group and Ninian Comper as well as a display about conservation.
Born in a working-class district of Paris, in a basement to which his mother fled from the violence of the Paris Commune in 1871, Rouault brooded throughout his life over the plight of the poor, the indifference of the powerful, and the promise of Christ.
Back in the 1980s Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery attempted to acquire a painting by the 20th century French artist Georges Rouault under the Government scheme which allows gifts to museums to be offset against tax liability.
Maritain's close friendship with Georges Rouault and its influence on his esthetics); and some key French, Latin, and Greek texts have no English translation (which might frustrate non-scholars).