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The Blue House, 1906

Oil on canvasexpand_more

Bequest of Putnam Dana McMillanexpand_more  61.36.17

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Of the three founders of the Fauve movement (the other two being Henri Matisse and André Derain), Vlaminck was certainly the most flamboyant. Rough and muscular, his career path (professional bicycle racer, gypsy violinist, and pulp novelist) had been as unorthodox as his approach to art. Taking van Gogh as his inspiration, Vlaminck squeezed brilliant colors out of tubes directly onto the canvas. This sensitivity to the physical qualities of paint and a love of the landscape are typical of the artist's paintings from this period.

Details
Title
The Blue House
Artist Life
1876 - 1958
Role
Artist
Accession Number
61.36.17
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