(1877-1953) French painter, illustrator, and decorator. After meeting Matisse he abandoned his early impressionist style and turned c.1905 to the more spontaneous expression of fauvism. Using swift, stenographic brushstrokes, he developed a remarkable linear virtuosity and brilliant color. From encyclopedia.com
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The Art Institute of Chicago
Displays a list of artworks done by the French artist.
Artcyclopedia: Raoul Dufy
Links to works in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.
ArtNet: Raoul Dufy
Sample work provided.
The Athenaeum: Raoul Dufy
Provides 26 artworks done by the French artist born in Le Havre.
Collection Tate: Raoul Dufy
Background information on each painting displayed.
The Grave of Raoul Dufy
Location and pictures of his grave.
Humanities Web: Raoul Dufy
Features a biography as well as a list of his selected works and chronological events.
Mark Harden's Artchive: Raoul Dufy
Images, profile, and links.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Analysis on Dufy's artwork explaining the influence of abstracted shapes of Cubism on his work.
MoMA Collection: Raoul Dufy
NGA: Raoul Dufy
Presents a list of his paintings, drawings and prints.
Raoul Dufy Paintings
Image gallery of paintings.
Raoul Dufy's Ambient Light
Article focused on the artist's experiments with colors.
Wally Findlay Galleries - Raoul Dufy
Wikipedia: Raoul Dufy
Article showing a brief biography regarding the French Fauvist painter, including a list of his works.
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