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 (do͞o-fē′, dü-), Raoul 1877-1953.
French painter noted for his brightly colored scenes of racing and the seaside and for the panel La Fée Électricité (1937).
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Dufy

(French dyfi)
n
(Biography) Raoul (raul). 1877–1953, French painter and designer whose style is characterized by swift calligraphic draughtsmanship and bright colouring
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Du•fy

(düˈfi)

n.
Raoul, 1877–1953, French painter.
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