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NOUN   fauvism | -
фовизам {м}
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Translation for 'fauvism' from English to Serbian

фовизам {м}ум.
Usage Examples English
  • "Facial-Maschera" is a fauvism painting by Henri Matisse.
  • Among the very numerous art movements that embody partial abstraction would be for instance fauvism in which color is conspicuously and deliberately altered vis-a-vis reality, and cubism, which alters the forms of the real-life entities depicted.
  • Matisse created many Odalisque paintings in the nineteen-twenties, when Henriette Darricarrière was his main model, and when he was still working loosely under the style of fauvism.
  • He also was influenced by fauvism and cubism. Later, not unlike another Jack of Diamonds, Robert Falk he was inspired with the experiments with the colors.
  • His bold use of stroke and color has been described variously as post-Impressionism, expressionism and fauvism.
  • While in Paris exhibiting her wood engravings, she became interested in Fauvism.
  • Her works belong to the currents of secession, symbolism, impressionism and fauvism.
  • Emile Claus's work is still close to that of the great French impressionists, especially Claude Monet, whereas Dutch luminism, characterized by the use of large color patches, is closer to fauvism.
  • He dealt with the impulses of French fauvism in his early years, but soon found his own painting expression, based on sensual realism.
  • Nikolai Kuzmin's painting is not far from expressionism and fauvism.
  • Later influences include fauvism, cubism and German Expressionism, before he became one of the founders of the so-called Flemish expressionism.
  • Osipow’s exhibitions in the 1990s revealed his gradual movement away from a pure geometric expression to one more painterly and unrestricted, inspired by the pioneers of modern painting and with extensive samplings from late impressionism, cubism and fauvism.
  • Alisa is working in a minimalist expressionism style, with elements of fauvism.
  • She moved to New Mexico in 1962 and began painting in 1973, specializing in boldly colored landscape paintings influenced by fauvism and German expressionism.
  • He was one of The Eight (1909–1918), who first exhibited under that name in Budapest in 1911 and were influential in introducing cubism, fauvism and expressionism into Hungarian art.
  • At that time her artistic style became a mixture of fauvism and neo-impressionism.
  • His style was initially influenced by cubism and fauvism, and he later formed realistic oil paintings, showing the effect of Neo-Classicism.
  • Her first paintings show an influence of impressionism and of fauvism. After 1975 she returned to realism and to old techniques used in 17th-century paintings, such as glaze, pâtes or demi-pâtes.
  • Similarly her style of painting varied, showing visibly the influence of different contemporary European movements; from the vivid colours of fauvism to the incisive strokes of German expressionism.
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