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"Fauve painting is not everything," said Matisse, "but it is the foundation of everything." The key period of Fauvism, from 1904-1908, saw a revolution in the role of colour in art, that still echoes in the art of today. This section contains work by the original Fauves: Henri Matisse, André Derain, Raoul Dufy, Othon Friesz, Albert Marquet, Henri Manguin, Maurice de Vlaminck, and Charles Camoin. As Fauvism, like Impressionism, had an international impact, we also include some Fauve artists from outside France, such as the Belgians Armand Apol and Auguste Oleffe. For post-WWII colourist and intimiste artists influenced by the Nabis and the Fauves, see Post-war Colourists.

 
RAOUL DUFY
Fruit bowl, 1920
Lithograph
 
HENRI MATISSE
Fruits, 1964 (posthumous first publication)
Lithograph
 
ALBERT MARQUET
Girl with a plate of fruit, 1947
Engraving
 
OTHON FRIESZ
Group of revellers, 1948
Lithograph
 
OTHON FRIESZ
Group of revellers II, 1948
Lithograph
 
OTHON FRIESZ
Group of revellers III, 1948
 
OTHON FRIESZ
Hand, 1948
Lithograph
 
MAURICE DE VLAMINCK
Haute-Folie, 1958
Lithograph
 
OTHON FRIESZ
Head of a girl, 1949
Lithograph
 
ALBERT MARQUET
Head of a girl, 1947
Engraving
 
HENRI MATISSE
Head of a woman, 1939
Lithograph [sold]
 
MAURICE DE VLAMINCK
Hills at Chatou, 1958
Lithograph

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