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A beam of light passed through a prism breaks into bands of color—the colors of the spectrum.
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Colors of the Spectrum : Red Orange Complementary Colors : Yellow • Red & Green Green • Yellow & Purple Blue • Blue & Orange Indigo (Note : Indigo + Violet Violet = Purple) Color Wheel : Neutral Colors : Black, White, Gray Primary Colors : Red, Yellow, Blue Secondary Colors : Orange, Green, Purple R G O Y B P
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Matisse, Woman with a Hat , 1905 FAUVISM The first new movement of 20th- century art. Derives from the French word fauve , meaning “wild beast.” Originally applied in a derogatory sense to a group of artists, led by Matisse, who exhibited together in 1905.
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Matisse, Woman with a Hat , 1905 FAUVISM Initial reviews of the first Fauvist exhibition referred to “color madness,” to “unspeakable fantasies,” to “the barbaric and naïve sport of a child who plays with a box of crayons he just got as a Christmas present.”
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Matisse, Woman with a Hat , 1905 Gauguin, Self-Portrait, 1889 Post-Impressionist roots of Fauvism
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Matisse, Woman with a Hat , 1905 Van Gogh, Self-Portrait, 1889 Post-Impressionist roots of Fauvism
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Matisse, Woman with a Hat Frans Hals, Portrait of a Man
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Matisse, Woman with a Hat Rubens, Portrait of His Wife
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Matisse, The Joy of Life ( Le Bonheur de Vivre ), 1905-06
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Matisse, The Joy of Life , 1905-06
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