Yellow harmonium with violin by Raoul Dufy

In the 1940s, Dufy increasingly refuses in his works from the perspective and simplifies the palette, limiting it to two or three basic colors. Such a minimization of expressive means

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Ascot by Raoul Dufy

The painting was written in a manner characteristic of the late Dufi. Calligraphically accurate lines and transparent, “cloudless” tones convey the atmosphere of joyful animation and the expectation of an

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Trees in Estaca by Raul Dufy

This picture Duffy wrote during the trip, along with Georges Braque “in the footsteps of Cezanne.” Muted, “heavy” tone paintings, distorted forms. – all this he borrowed from the famous

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Orchestras by Raúl Dufy

Basics of painting Raul Dufy studied for eight years – four years in Le Havre and four years in Paris. Both of his teachers were academic artists, and they both

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Regatta in Henley by Raul Dufy

In 1933-34, Duffy spent several months in England. Here he continued to write his favorite subjects – holidays and high-society entertainment. The artist admires these bright, joyful eyes for the

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The Orchestra by Raoul Dufy

This work is similar to a quick sketch made right during the concert. The quick, impetuous strokes outline the instruments and figures of the musicians. A careless brush strokes painted

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The pier in Colbert by Raul Dufy

Impressionists made a great impression on the young, just arrived in Paris from the province of Dufy. He contracted the manner of Manet and Pissarro, literally copied their smear. In

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Anemones by Raoul Dufy

Many modern Dufy artists avoided depicting flowers and even laughed at those who still wrote them. Only Marc Chagall and Oskar Kokotka can be considered rare exceptions in this series.

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