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 (də-răN′), André 1880-1954.
French artist who was one of the original fauvists but eventually adopted a more conservative style.
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(French dərɛ̃)
(Biography) André (ɑ̃dre). 1880–1954, French painter, noted for his Fauvist pictures (1905–08)
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André, 1880–1954, French painter.
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namely Tomas Orola, Gilray Romeo Torres, Elizabeth Salabas, Juan Orola, Myra Mendoza Doce, John Derick Mendoza, John Adam Derain, Cyril Go, Eliseo Montances, and Customs Broker Lorenz Mangaliman are facing criminal charges for their role in the illegal release of shipments declared as "ship spares in transit" at the Port of Manila through the Informal Entry Division in 2018.
Derain called for the formation of a national salvation government since as he said, "Lebanon is need of a swift rescue operation." He considered that the worsening daily living conditions and the simmering humanitarian, financial and economic situation can only be addressed through an effective government enjoying harmony amongst its ministers.
Next, at 3:30pm, Cecile Lochard, luxury and sustainable development expert, and founder of Citizen Luxury, will moderate a roundtable discussion called "Traceability and Transparency, From Field to Boutique." The speakers include Agathe Derain, CSR director for R&D, Chanel Parfums & Beaute.
It takes as its subject the legendary exhibition of African and Oceanic art staged by the Dada and surrealist poet Tristan Tzara, the dealer Charles Ratton and gallerist Pierre Loeb at the Galerie Pigalle in 1930, with loans from artists such as Picasso and Derain. On display are some 30 pieces from the historic exhibition that have been borrowed from French private collections, alongside archival material including clippings from the largely outraged French press.
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La premiere section intitulee "Naissance du paysage moderne (1900-1914)" met en lumiere des chefs-d'oeuvre de Georges Braque, Andre Derain et Albert Marquet, alors que les "Exotismes (1900-1930)" s'invitent dans la section suivante qui evoque les voyages de differents artistes, notamment ceux du peintre russe Vassily Kandinsky, qui a sejourne en Tunisie, ou d'Henri Matisse en Algerie.
Caption: This enhanced color view of Mercury's Derain Crater highlights the different types of rocks in the volcanic basin.
He sought inspiration in non-European cultures as a source of primitive exoticism, as did Paul Gauguin, Pablo Picasso, Andre Derain and others.
113), and its connections to art negre defined by singer Josephine Baker and appropriated by painters Picasso and Andre Derain. Over the course of three visits to the United States between 1918 and 1926, the composer heard and assimilated live music rather than relying on recordings or written accounts.
Was Derain's encounter with the legacy of Cezanne the kiss of death that subsequent criticism has made it out to be?