Maurice de Vlaminck (1876-1958) was a French Fauvist painter.
Maurice de Vlaminck Summary:
- He was self-taught and publicly shunned academic training.
- Vlaminck was inspired by Van Gogh’s use of intense color.
- He was one of the artists who participated in the controversial group show at the Salon d’Automne in 1905.
- He moved to the countryside after World War I.
- Vlaminck also wrote poetry and fiction and provided illustrations for several books.
Maurice de Vlaminck Famous Paintings:
- The River Seine at Chatou (1906)
- Portrait of Derain (1905)
- Le bassin à Chatou (White Sailboat at Chatou) (1907)
- Town on the Bank of a Lake (ca. 1909)
- Le pont de Poissy (ca. 1910)
- Landscape near Martigues (1913)