Maurice de VLAMINCK (1876-1958) French

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Maurice de VLAMINCK (1876-1958) French
Vase de fleurs Signed 'Vlaminck' (lower left corner) Oil on canvas - Huile sur toile 61 x 46,3 cm - 24 x 18.2 in. AED 293,800 - 367,300 Provenance Anon. sale: Christie's, London, Impressionist and Modern Paintings, part II, June 26, 1996, lot 236 Private collection, Europe Certificate The Wildenstein Institute has confirmed the authenticity of this painting Public notes Maurice Vlaminck was renowned for his hasty and aggressive disposition. His experiments with pure, intense colour applied in thick daubs earned him an association with the Fauvism movement; but by 1908 he had turned to painting landscapes and flowers of thickly-applied whites, greys, and deep blues, and his style moved closer to that of Paul Cezanne. In 1915, Vlaminck started developing a personal, strongly stated style that eventually placed him at this point, solidly in the realm of French Expressionism. 'When I get my hands on painting materials, I don't give a damn about other people's painting... Every generation must start again afresh' Maurice de Vlaminck
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