Maurice de Vlaminck, ‘Le Village d'Hérouville after de Vlaminck, by Villon’, ca. 1924, Print, Color aquatint, Heather James Fine Art
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Maurice de Vlaminck

Le Village d'Hérouville after de Vlaminck, by Villon, ca. 1924

Color aquatint
18 1/2 × 23 3/4 in
47 × 60.3 cm
Edition of 200
.
$15,000
Location
Palm Desert, Jackson Hole, New York, San Francisco, Montecito
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Provenance
Heather James Fine Art
Palm Desert, Jackson Hole, +3 more

image: 18 1/2 x 23 3/4 in. sheet: 22 1/4 x 29 in.

Medium
Maurice de Vlaminck
French, 1876–1958
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Maurice de Vlaminck is closely associated with the Fauves, a turn-of-the-century group of painters known for adopting a radically new, vibrant palette and applying large areas of pure, flat color. Most strongly identified with Henri Matisse, this style is evident in de Vlaminck’s well-known works Bateaux-Lavoirs and Portrait of Derain (both 1905), featuring van Gogh-inspired coloration and expression. Shortly thereafter, de Vlaminck grew more concerned with compositional structure, creating dramatic landscapes inspired by Paul Cézanne. As his style continued to develop, he adopted a more severe palette and became known for his depictions of violet-hued, stormy skies reigning over the windswept French countryside.

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Heather James Fine Art
Palm Desert, Jackson Hole, +3 more

image: 18 1/2 x 23 3/4 in. sheet: 22 1/4 x 29 in.

Medium
Maurice de Vlaminck
French, 1876–1958
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Maurice de Vlaminck is closely associated with the Fauves, a turn-of-the-century group of painters known for adopting a radically new, vibrant palette and applying large areas of pure, flat color. Most strongly identified with Henri Matisse, this style is evident in de Vlaminck’s well-known works Bateaux-Lavoirs and Portrait of Derain (both 1905), featuring van Gogh-inspired coloration and expression. Shortly thereafter, de Vlaminck grew more concerned with compositional structure, creating dramatic landscapes inspired by Paul Cézanne. As his style continued to develop, he adopted a more severe palette and became known for his depictions of violet-hued, stormy skies reigning over the windswept French countryside.

Maurice de Vlaminck

Le Village d'Hérouville after de Vlaminck, by Villon, ca. 1924

Color aquatint
18 1/2 × 23 3/4 in
47 × 60.3 cm
Edition of 200
.
$15,000
Location
Palm Desert, Jackson Hole, New York, San Francisco, Montecito
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