Citations with the tag: DUFY, Raoul

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  • Dufy retrospective in London.
     // Art in America; Mar1984, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p120 

    A recent retrospective in London revealed Dufy as more than just a chronicler of regattas and racetracks by emphasizing the bleaker side of his paintings as well as his often overlooked works in ceramics and textile design.

  • Color with a French accent.
    Boodro, Michael; Story, Richard David // Vogue; Apr99, Vol. 189 Issue 4, p232 

    Highlights the exhibition `Raoul Dufy: Last of the Fauves' at the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Florida. Brief background on French painter, Raoul Dufy's career.

  • DUFY REMEMBERED.
    Bowes, Catherine // Modern Painters; Winter90/91, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p56 

    A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of meeting artist Raoul Dufy on March 20, 1941.

  • Raoul Dufy: Last of the Fauves.
    Bailey, W. Scott // USA Today Magazine; Jan2000, Vol. 128 Issue 2656, p44 

    Features Raoul Dufy, an artist who adapted the use of color and drawing exemplified by Henri Matisse and the Fauve movement. His own theory of heightened ambient color/light; His experimentation with Cubism; Number of Dufy's works on paper, fabric designs and ceramics; Schedule of the exhibition...

  • art buzz...: PARIS.
    Bailey, W. Scott // Art Business News; Oct2001, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p94 

    Focuses on the decision of museum officials at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris, France to remove the asbestos covering of the back of the `La fee electricite' masterpiece of artist Raoul Dufy. Length of time when the process is expected to be completed; Estimated cost of the project.

  • ESSAYS, SPEECHES, NOTES: RAOUL DUFY.
    Stevens, Wallace // Opus Posthumous; 1989, p281 

    The article features a collection of litographs of French painter Raoul Dufy which he completed before his death in March 1953. The collection was considered far advanced toward its appearance and was based on his largest and most significant fresco. The lithographs are all original works of the...

  • Glorious gouaches.
    Stevens, Wallace // Architectural Digest; Nov96, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p248 

    Mentions the lesser-known textile design by artist Raoul Dufy. His reputation as a painter; The sale of his textiles by London dealer Marina Henderson; Prices.

  • Footnotes.
    Stevens, Wallace // American Artist; Mar1951, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p14 

    This section offers news briefs on issues related to art in the U.S. or American art. French painter Raoul Dufy had an exhibition in New York. Writer Gilbert Chesterton has remarked that the Times Square in New York City is a wonderful place for a man who cannot read, with its illuminated...

  • EXHIBITIONS: FRANCE.
    Stevens, Wallace // Beaux Arts Magazine; nov2008, Issue 293, p200 

    A calendar of exhibitions held in France in the month of November 2008 is presented, which includes "Babar, Harry Potter et compagnie," held through April 11, 2009 at the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris, "Jeff Koons Versailles," held through December 14, 2008 in Versailles, and...

  • Intoxicating Heresies.
    Perl, Jed // New Republic; 10/11/99, Vol. 221 Issue 15, p38 

    Reviews the art exhibition "Raoul Dufy: Last of the Fauves."

  • Overdue Ode.
    RAFFERTY, JEAN BOND // Art + Auction; Oct2008, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p74 

    The article features the art show "Raoul Dufy, le Plaisir" being held at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (MAM) from October 17, 2008 to January 11, 2009. Dufy was born in Normandy, France and his works were considered by the French as lightweight. The art show consists of Dufy's...

  • The Happy Genius: RAOUL DUFY Whose Art was Exuberant.
    WERNER, ALFRED // American Artist; Dec1968, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p60 

    The article features the works of Raoul Dufy, whom the author describes as one of the greatest modern painters, printmakers and designers. It features several of Dufy's works including "Chateaux and Horses," "Social Gathering," and "The Yellow Violin." The author also describes Dufy as a...

  • THE PAINTER AND THE DOCTOR.
    WERNER, ALFRED // Ebony; Sep1951, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p29 

    The article reports on the friendship that was formed between African American Doctor Charles Bonner and French painter Raoul Dufy, one of the world's greatest painters, when Dufy was treated at the Jewish Memorial Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts due to rheumatoid arthritis.

  • BONNER NOTES RECORD SWIFT RECOVERY OF GREAT PAINTER.
    WERNER, ALFRED // Ebony; Sep1951, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p30 

    The article reports on the swift recovery of French painter Raoul Dufy from extreme arthritis at the Jewish Memorial Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts as recorded by African American Doctor Charles Bonner.

  • We may not know art, but we know when we're going to hurl.
    Banashek, Mary-Ellen // Psychology Today; Mar/Apr97, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p88 

    Reports on the art student from Toronto who embarked on an artistic statement about the red and blue matter on works of Raoul Dufy and Piet Mondrian in two museums.

  • DUFY'S REGATTAS.
    Banashek, Mary-Ellen // Sports Illustrated; 08/29/1955, Vol. 3 Issue 9, p34 

    The article features the late Raoul Dufy and his regatta paintings. His fascination with boats is attributed to his childhood in Le Havre, France. French artist Henri Matisse has inspired Dufy to shift from Impressionism to the free use of color and imaginative distortions. Also described are...

  • Like the Originals.
    Banashek, Mary-Ellen // Time; 2/13/1950, Vol. 55 Issue 7, p62 

    The article reviews the exhibition of facsimile copies of works by cubist painters like Georges Braque, Pablo Picasso and Raoul Dufy, held at a gallery in Paris, France in February 1950.

  • RAOUL DUFY REJOINT SA FÉE: «Plaisir» solitaire ou partagé?
    Goldberg, Itzhak // Beaux Arts Magazine; dec2008, Issue 294, p136 

    This article reviews an art exhibition entitled "Raoul Dufy -- Le plaisir," at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in Paris, France.

  • Sticking to One's Last.
    Coates, Robert M. // New Yorker; 1/27/1962, Vol. 37 Issue 50, p97 

    The article reviews two exhibitions by Raoul Dufy and Joaquin Torres-Garcia at the Wildenstein and Marks Gallery in New York City.

  • THE POWER OF POIRET.
    Collins, Amy Fine // Vanity Fair; Apr2007, Issue 560, p232 

    The article focuses on an exhibit of the work of French fashion designer Paul Poiret, "Poiret: King of Fashion," which will open at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute in New York City in May 2007. The exhibit features a cloak called "La Perse," made for Poiret's wife Denise, with...

  • EN BREF.
    Collins, Amy Fine // Beaux Arts Magazine; avr2009, Issue 298, p118 

    The article discusses art collections that are on sale at auction houses during the month of April, 2009. The Collection of Gérard Oury, including works of Raoul Dufy, is on sale at Artcurial in Paris, France. The Dutch Design sale features works of Dutch artists including Gerrit Thomas...

  • Minstrel of Joy.
    Gardner, James // Magazine Antiques; Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 181 Issue 1, p182 

    The article examines the life and work of the French artist Raoul Dufy. Particular focus is given to the value of his work amongst art collectors as of 2014. Additional topics discussed include how he was influenced by impressionism, his work in watercolor and oil painting and his use of color...

  • What's Next: Our Big Book: It's All In The Frame.
    Gardner, James // Conde Nast Traveler; Mar2010, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p62 

    The author reflects on hotel rooms with a view. He states the importance of photographs that show not only the view of the sights outside a hotel room, but also a bit of the room itself. He draws reference to new art masters like Henri Matisse and Raoul Dufy, who, unlike the old masters, also...

  • Artistic Homage.
    Hubbard, Guy // Arts & Activities; Jun2003, Vol. 133 Issue 5, p24 

    Features several artists and their artistic homage to a variety of subjects. Raoul Dufy and his 'Homage to Mozart'; Herbert Ferber and his 'Homage to Piranesi, I'; Jose de Rivera and his 'Construction #1, Homage to the World of Monkowski'; Josef Albers and his 'Homage to the Square: Apparition.'

  • Contemplating The Bestiary.
    Hubbard, Guy // Faux Titre; 2010, Vol. 355, p15 

    A literary criticism of the book "Le Bestiaire Ou Cortege D'Orphee" by Guillaume Apollinaire is presented. It discusses syntax of poems along with woodcuts presented by the artist Raoul Dufy which depict twenty-six animals including the Horse, the Serpent, and the Ox. It explores style of poems...

  • Pro and Con.
    Coates, Robert M. // New Yorker; 3/28/1959, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p114 

    The article features various paintings done by painters in Paris, France. Some of these paintings include "Paysage de Falaise," "Le Vestibule aux Vitraux," and "Nature Morte aux Fruits," by Raoul Dufy. Also included are "La Maison Entre Bois et Eau," by Camille Bombois, "L'Orage," by Maurice...

  • Women at Work.
    Coates, Robert M. // Time; 1/29/1951, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p44 

    The article presents news on several notable people from around the world. In London, England, Lady Astor praised the power of protesting as an English custom. Actress Ingrid Bergman is dubbing in her own voice in Italian for the local version of her husband's "Stromboli." French artist Raoul...

  • Raoul Dufy, Pierre Alechinsky and Jim Dine: Depicting the Arts in Guillaume Apollinaire's 'Le Poète Assassiné'.
    Coates, Robert M. // Nottingham French Studies; Dec2012, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p232 

    This article focuses on Guillaume Apollinaire's loosely autobiographical novel, 'Le Poète assassiné' (1916), challenging accepted readings of it as a straightforward roman à clef. The ways in which the novel itself deals with art and the relationships between poetry, painting and...

  • Drawing the Line: The Role of Drawing in Alternative Media.
    Procter, Kenneth J. // American Artist: Drawing; Summer2010, Vol. 7 Issue 26, p60 

    The article discusses the value of line in the act of drawing in relation to alternative art media, such as watercolor and paint. It states that line is considered as a basic and fundamental element in the art of drawing which reveals the art with a remarkable variety of effects. It notes that...

  • Stroking Those Wild Beasts.
    HUGHES, ROBERT // Time; 3/29/1976, Vol. 107 Issue 13, p60 

    The article discusses the characteristics of Fauvism. It explores the origin of the art movement in which paintings are characterized by bright and dissonant colors with distorted drawings as seen in the works of various painters such as Henri Matisse, Maurice de Vlaminck and Raoul Dufy. Even...

  • Home From Home.
    Powers, Alan // History Today; May2011, Vol. 61 Issue 5, p51 

    The article presents information on British artist John Piper and his mural "The Englishman's Home," which he produced for the 1951 Festival of Britain. It discusses Piper's involvement in, and appreciation for, the architectural community and examines how his work for the festival attempted to...

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