|The Port of Saint Tropez, 1905, Albert Marquet, during the height of his |
Fauvist yearnings. Colors almost painful to look at.
|Albert Marquet Self-portrait, 1904.|
Looks like a fun guy.
|Henri Matisse (left), Albert Marquet (right), ca. 1890-92. Can you imagine a sleepless night in a Paris loft, painting and talking art with these two?|
|Life Study At L'Ecole des Beaux Artes,|
1898, Albert Marquet
|The Beach at Saint Adresse, 1906, Albert Marquet|
|The Artist’s Mother, 1905, Albert Marquet.|
Even in painting his mother, the color
remains Fauvist rich.
|Swan Island, 1919, Albert Marquet. Ten years|
later, Fauvist color seems a thing of the past.
|Venise. La Voile Jeune, 1936, Albert Marquet|
|View from the Balcony, 1945, |
Albert Marquet, one of his last paintings.
|The New Bridge at Night, 1935, Albert Marquet. Though painted long after his days |
as a Fauvist, his "New" Bridge (built in 1578) features some of the most
intense color Marquet had used in years.