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n. - A member of a group of French painters who followed an art movement launched in 1905 whose work was characterized by bright and non-natural colors and simple forms.

Usage examples (14)
  • The exhibit features a dozen of Singh's emotionally upbeat, "fauvist" paintings.
  • I call him a painter; Wikipedia calls him a “fauvist painter and sculpter.”
  • She smiles, hm, kind of has a nice fauvist quality to it, Canadian fauve … she nibbles a bit more croissant.
  • She smiled and her attention was caught by a striking painting of calla lilies down in the fauvist style in bright colors. for more
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