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By Nathalia Brodskaia

Born on the sunrise of the 20 th century, Fauvism burst in 1905 Salon d'Automne with a powerful scandal. It used to be like throwing shades on the face of the educational paintings entangled in its ancestral conventions. Then numerous artists, like Matisse, Derain or Vlaminck, looked for a brand new chromatic language by means of diverting the colour from its signified. free of any connotation, utilized in flat tints, the colour, they claimed as their in basic terms typical, impregnated their attractive work. the writer invitations us to this ball of bright and impressive shades, and indicates us how the violence of the Fauves left its mark at the route to modernity.

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Ninety five. fifty six Quoted from: Ch. Chassé, Les Fauves et leur temps, Lausanne-Paris, 1963, p. ninety six. fifty seven Quoted from: P. Cabanne, Manguin, Paris, Neuchâtel, 1964, p. sixty five. fifty eight Quoted from: P. Cabanne, Ibid. , p. 50. fifty nine Quoted from: P. Cabanne, Ibid. , p. forty eight. 60 Quoted from: P. Cabanne, Ibid. , p. 50. sixty one Quoted from: L. Chaumeil, Van Dongen, Genève, 1967, p. ninety. sixty two Quoted from: L. Chaumeil, Ibid. , p. forty three. sixty three Quoted from: J. P. Crespelle, Montmartre vivant, Paris, 1964, p. sixty nine. sixty four Quoted from: L. Chaumeil, Van Dongen, Genève, 1967, p. 87. sixty five A. Salmon, L’Air de l. a. butte, Paris, 1945, p. 156. sixty six B. Dorival, Les Étapes de l. a. peinture française contemporaine, Paris, 1944. vol. 2, 1905-1911, p. fifty five. sixty seven Quoted from: J. P. Crespelle, Vlaminck fauve de los angeles peinture, Paris, 1958, p. 230. sixty eight B. Dorival, Les Étapes de l. a. peinture française contemporaine, Paris, 1944, vol. 2, p. 133. sixty nine Quoted from: M. Puy, Jean Puy, Paris, 1920, p. 14. 70 Quoted from: F. X. Staub, « Jean Puy », info d’histoire de l’art, 1968, n°1, p. 33. seventy one R. Huyghe, Les Contemporains, Paris, 1939 ; B. Dorival, Les Étapes de l. a. peinture française contemporaine, Paris, 1944, vol. 2; Ch. Chassé, Les Fauves et leur temps, Lausanne-Paris, 1963; Ch. Chassé, « L’Histoire du Fauvisme revue et corrigée », Connaissance des arts, oct. 1962 ; F. Cachin, « Des XXe à l’Europe », artwork de France, 1963. seventy two Quoted from: M. Giry, « Le Salon des indépendants de 1905 », L’Information d’histoire de l’art, 1970, n°1, p. 112. seventy three Quoted from: Louis Valtat. Musée Galliera, Paris, 1956, p. three. seventy four Quoted from: Ch. Mauron, J. Tourette, Seyssaud, Marseille, p. forty six. seventy five I. Silvestre, Seyssaud, records et souvenirs, Saint-Chamas, n. d. , p. 126. seventy six Quoted from: Ch. Chassé, Les Fauves et leur temps, Lausanne-Paris, p. forty six. seventy seven Quoted from: Ibid. , p. forty nine. seventy eight Quoted from: Ch. Mauron, J. Tourette, Seyssaud, Marseille, n. d. seventy nine A. Chabaud, Ibid. , p. 10. eighty Quoted from: A. Chabaud, Dans les Collections privées, Marseille, January-February 1959, p. four. eighty one Auguste Chabaud, Musee des Beaux-Arts d’Orleans, 1986. p. 114. eighty two G. Apollinaire, Les Peintres cubistes, Paris, 1913, p. 22. eighty three Auguste Chabaud. Musée des beaux-arts d’Orléans, 1986, p. 114. eighty four Ch. Chassé, Les Fauves et leur temps, Lausanne-Paris, 1963, p. 168. eighty five B. Dorival, Les Étapes de l. a. peinture française contemporaine, Paris, 1944, vol. 2, p. 187. 86 A. Salmon, L’Art vivant, Paris, 1920, p. fifty three. 87 A. Warnod, Fils de Montmartre. Souvenirs, Paris, 1955, p. 50. 88 Voir : M. Giry, « Le Salon d’automne de 1905 ». L’Information d’histoire de l’art, 1968, n°1, p. 20. 89 A. Salmon, L’Art vivant, Paris, 1920, p. fifty four. ninety Ch. Morice, « Le Septième Salon d’automne », Mercure de France, November-December 1909, vol. 2, p. 149. 195 INDEX Unknown Artist Albert Marquet, picture André Derain, picture Georges Rouault, photo Henri Le Fauconnier, caricature Henri Manguin, photo Henri Matisse, picture Jean Puy, comic strip Kees Van Dongen, photo Louis Valtat, picture Maurice de Vlaminck, photo Othon Friesz, photo Raoul Dufy, picture René Seyssaud, picture C D Chabaud, Auguste Village panorama, 1910 187 Derain, André The fort or the recent fort in l. a. Roche Guyon, c.

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