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Maurice De Vlaminck

France (Paris 1876 -  Rueil-la-gadelière 1958 ) Wikipedia® : Maurice De Vlaminck
de VLAMINCK Maurice Environs De Paris

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Feb 28, 2019
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Maurice De Vlaminck - Argenteuil

Maurice De Vlaminck - Argenteuil

Original 1914
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Lot number: 512
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MAURICE DE VLAMINCK Argenteuil. Woodcut on cream laid paper, 1914. 172x237 mm; 6 7/8x9 3/8 inches, full margins. Edition of 30. Signed and numbered "20" in pencil, lower margin. Printed by Paul Birault, Paris. Published by Henri Kahnweiler, Paris. A very good impression of this scarce, early woodcut. Walterskirchen 17.
Maurice De Vlaminck - Environs De Paris

Maurice De Vlaminck - Environs De Paris

Original 1925
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Lot number: 569
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Maurice de Vlaminck (1876-1958) Environs de Paris signed 'Vlaminck' (lower right) oil on canvas 25 3/4 x 32 in. (65.5 x 81.3 cm.) Painted circa 1925 Provenance Leonore S. Gershwin, New York. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, gifted by the above in 1993; sale, Sotheby's, New York, 11 November 1999, lot 448. Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
Maurice De Vlaminck - Featuring A Landscape Scene

Maurice De Vlaminck - Featuring A Landscape Scene

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Maurice de Vlaminck French Fauvist Gouache/Paper Gouache on paper. Featuring a landscape scene. Signed Vlaminck on the lower left corner. Inscribed in pencil MV Y0 on verso. Stamped illegibly on verso. Attributed to Maurice de Vlaminck (French, 1876-1958). 70 x 28 cm (27.6 x 11.0 inches). PROVENANCE: Southern Ontario estate Maurice de Vlaminck (1876-1958) was a French painter best known for his vividly hued landscapes. His The River Seine at Chatou (1906), typifies his early painting style, in which he utilized primary colors and short square brushstrokes to produce a sense of optic vibration. As with the other Fauves, Henri Matisse and André Derain, Vlaminck was influenced by the expressive works of Vincent van Gogh. \“I heightened all the tones, I transposed in an orchestration of pure colors all the feelings I could grasp,\” he once stated. \“I was a tender barbarian filled with violence.\” Born on April 4, 1876 in Paris, France, he pursued other careers to support himself before deciding to become a painter. Though he was mostly self-taught he did take private lessons from a few academic painters between 1888 and 1893. Reputed by many peers as a brash character, he often spoke of how a career in painting saved him from a life of destitution and crime. During World War II, Vlaminck was labeled as a Nazi sympathizer and was largely ostracized after the war. The artist died on October 11, 1958 in Rueil-la-Gadelière, France at the age of 82. Today, Vlaminck\’s works are held in the collections of the Musée d\’Orsay in Paris, the Tate Gallery in London, the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, and The Museum of Modern Art in New York, among others.
Maurice De Vlaminck - Le Pont De Bezons

Maurice De Vlaminck - Le Pont De Bezons

Original 1905
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Maurice de Vlaminck (1876-1958) Le Pont de Bezons signed \‘Vlaminck\’ (lower left); signed again and titled 'Le Pont de Bezons Vlaminck' (on a label on the reverse) oil on canvas 26 1/2 x 31 1/4 in. (67 x 79 cm.) Painted in 1905 Provenance Ambroise Vollard, Paris. Madeleine & Constantin de Galéa, Paris; sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 27 November 1940, lot 127. Jean Metthey, Paris, by whom acquired at the above sale. Private collection, Paris. Galerie Beyeler, Basel (no. 6734), by whom acquired from the above, in February 1971. Private collection, Lisbon, by whom acquired from the above, on 11 March 1972. Galerie Beyeler, Basel (no. 6734), by whom acquired from the above, on 13 April 1981. Acquired from the above by the present owners, on 26 July 1984.
Maurice De Vlaminck - Pêcheurs Près D'un Pont

Maurice De Vlaminck - Pêcheurs Près D'un Pont

Original 1912
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Lot number: 151
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PÊCHEURS PRÈS D'UN PONT Maurice de Vlaminck 1876 - 1958 signedVlaminck(lower right) oil on canvas 73.1 by 92cm., 28 7/8 by 36 1/4 in. Painted circa 1912. This work will be included in the forthcoming Maurice de Vlaminck Digital Database, being prepared under the sponsorship of the Wildenstein Plattner Institute, Inc. Sale: Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 2nd June 1965, lot 42 Stephen Hahn, New York Private Collection, New York (acquired from the above circa 1970) Thence by descent to the present owners Catalogue Note Pecheurs près d'un pont, executed in 1912, depicts a small fishing boat on the river Seine near Châtou, a town located northwest of Paris. Maurice de Vlaminck moved to this region of France when he was sixteen and became deeply attached to the local landscape, striving to render his works with the utmost intensity. To this day, the area around Châtou is known asL'Île des Impressionnistes due to the rich tradition of artists who worked in its surroundings. Indeed, Renoir painted the Châtou Railway Bridge as early as 1881. Moreover, it was in Châtou where two of the leading exponents of Fauvism, Vlaminck and Derain, met by chance and became fast friends, marking a significant moment for the movement of Fauvism that proceeded to come to fruition. The two artists \‘struck up a conversation while walking the rest of the way to Châtou, where they both lived. It turned out that they both painted, and [...] they agreed to meet the next day under the Pont de Châtou [...] with their canvases. So it was, as Vlaminck later said in his typically ocular manner, that the 'School of Châtou was created' (The Fauve Landscape(exhibition catalogue), TheMetropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1990, p. 123). The present work reflects Vlaminck\’s early Fauve œuvre while showing the influence of Cézanne\’s artistic style. The rich palette, consisting of deep greens, browns, oranges and blues, combines with theearth tone hues and contrasts with the black contours, powerfully exhibits Vlaminck's skill in representing the emotion that seized him when he was confronted with this landscape. It was during this period that Vlaminck would go sailing on the Seine with the legendary art leader Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler. The two shared a boat which they took out together on Sundays.While Kahnweiler was selling works by Vlaminck at this stage, the prolific art dealer was a celebrated champion of Cubist painters, including Léger, Braque and Picasso. With this in mind, their friendship denotes a mutual respect between the two individuals but also underlines the development of art at this time. It is known that Vlaminck had difficulty accepting Cubism's rise, citing amongst other qualms what he saw as a narrow intellectualism. Modernism in France was undergoing a delicate transition from Fauvism to Cubism and it is the artist's pointed disassociation from the latter that makes his work of these years so interesting.Pecheurs près d'un pontpresents his direction in a masterful way; a strident individual, Vlaminck created a work that is controlled, learned and true to his character.
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