Fauvism, Cubism and German Expressionism
The mystique of "The Primitive" was a very significant influence on early Twentieth Century art movements, especially Fauvism and Cubism. Artists were beginning to reject traditional painting styles, and the death of Queen Victoria was extremely significant. The invention of the camera meant that people were now able to take photographs. This meant that artists would not necessarily need to be employed in order to paint rich people's portraits.
The term "Fauvism" was coined by art critic, Louis Vauxcelles, who after seeing the 1905 Salon d'Automne exhibition in Paris, described the art…
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