Fauvism
(An artistic movement)

This movement is a subcategory of Expressionism

Dates: 1904-1912

French artists who painted with wild brush work and colours, hence their name. Can be considered as the French branch of early Expressionism.
People associated with this movement
Alice BaillySwiss, 1872-1938122 artworks
Georges BraqueFrench, 1882-1963366 artworks
Charles CamoinFrench, 1879-1965165 artworks
André DerainFrench, 1880-1954316 artworks
Raoul DufyFrench, 1877-1953951 artworks
Henri-Jacques EvenepoelBelgian, 1872-18998 artworks
Achille Emile-Othon FrieszFrench, 1879-1949298 artworks
Maggie LaubserSouth African, 1886-19730 artworks
Henri ManguinFrench, 1874-1949166 artworks
Albert MarquetFrench, 1875-1947457 artworks
Henri MatisseFrench, 1869-1954773 artworks
Jean MetzingerFrench, 1883-1956154 artworks
Jean PuyFrench, 1876-196020 artworks
Georges RouaultFrench, 1871-1958404 artworks
Louis ValtatFrench, 1869-1952560 artworks
Kees Van DongenDutch, 1877-1968494 artworks
Maurice de VlaminckFrench, 1876-1958885 artworks
Random artworks by artists related to this movement

Martigues
André Derain

Still Life with Fruit
Maurice de Vlaminck

Cubist Design
Georges Braque

On the River
Louis Valtat

Man with a Guitar
Georges Braque

Village Street in the Snow
Maurice de Vlaminck

The Docks at Antwerp
Achille Emile-Othon Friesz

Panorama at L'Estaque
Albert Marquet

The White Boat
Georges Braque

Still Life with Knife
Maurice de Vlaminck

Reclining Female Nude
Kees Van Dongen

The Seashore
Jean Metzinger

Nude with Medalion
Kees Van Dongen

Vase of Flowers
Maurice de Vlaminck

House at Saint-Tropez
Albert Marquet

Vase of Dahlias
Louis Valtat
Important dates
Founding date:  1904
Why 1904?: First exhibition in the Salon d'Automne of 1905.

End date:  1912
Why 1912?: Most of important Fauvists abandoned the style at the beginning of the decade.