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May 28, 1853–January 22, 1919. Swedish painter.
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ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
45792 Undergrowth,Bois de Boulogne Felix Vallotton Undergrowth,Bois de Boulogne mk185 1925 Oil on canvas 73x60cm
65669 view of a paris street Felix Vallotton view of a paris street mk287 1895 gouavhe on cardboard the metropolian museum of art new york
45722 Waiting Felix Vallotton Waiting mk185 Tempera on cardboard 35x50cm
29276 Woman at the Piano Felix Vallotton Woman at the Piano mk65 Oil on canvas 17x22 1/2"
45723 Woman combing her hair in the bathroom Felix Vallotton Woman combing her hair in the bathroom mk185 1897 Tempera on cardboard 59x36cm
32558 Woman in a Black Hat Felix Vallotton Woman in a Black Hat mk79 1908
65670 woman in the street Felix Vallotton woman in the street mk287 1895 oil on cardboard private collection
45765 Woman Playing solitaire,green room Felix Vallotton Woman Playing solitaire,green room mk185 1912 Oil on canvas 73x92cm
45745 Woman Reading Felix Vallotton Woman Reading mk185 1906 Oil on canvas 90x116cm
65668 woman rummaging Felix Vallotton woman rummaging mk287 in cupboard 1900 oil on canvas private collection
45731 Woman Searching through a cupboard Felix Vallotton Woman Searching through a cupboard mk185 1901 oil on canvas 78x40cm
45730 Woman Undressing Felix Vallotton Woman Undressing mk186 Oil on cardboard 55x30.5cm Musee d'Orsay,Paris

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Felix Vallotton
1865-1925was a Swiss painter and printmaker associated with Les Nabis. He was an important figure in the development of the modern woodcut. He was born into a conservative middle class family in Lausanne, and there he attended College Cantonal, graduating with a degree in classical studies in 1882. In that year he moved to Paris to study art under Jules Joseph Lefebvre and Gustave Boulanger at the Academie Julian. He spent many hours in the Louvre, where he greatly admired the works of Holbein, Derer and Ingres; these artists would remain exemplars for Vallotton throughout his life.[1] His earliest paintings, such as the Ingresque Portrait of Monsieur Ursenbach (1885), are firmly rooted in the academic tradition, and his self portrait of 1885 (seen at right) received an honorable mention at the Salon des artistes français in 1886. During the following decade Vallotton painted, wrote art criticism and made a number of prints. In 1891 he executed his first woodcut, a portrait of Paul Verlaine. The many woodcuts he produced during the 1890s were widely disseminated in periodicals and books in Europe as well as in the United States, and were recognized as radically innovative in printmaking. They established Vallotton as a leader in the revival of true woodcut as an artistic medium; in the western world, the relief print, in the form of commercial wood engraving, had long been mainly utilized unimaginatively as a medium for the reproduction of drawn or painted images and, latterly, photographs. Vallotton's starkly reductive woodcut style features large masses of undifferentiated black and areas of unmodulated white. While emphasizing outline and flat patterns, Vallotton generally made no use of the gradations and modeling traditionally produced by hatching. The influences of post-Impressionism, symbolism and the Japanese woodcut are apparent; a large exhibition of ukiyo-e prints had been presented at the École des Beaux-Arts in 1890, and Vallotton, like many artists of his era an enthusiast of Japonism, collected these prints. He depicted street crowds and demonstrations including several scenes of police attacking anarchists bathing women, portrait heads, and other subjects which he treated with a sardonic humor. His graphic art reached its highest development in Intimit's (Intimacies), a series of ten interiors published in 1898 by the Revue Blanche, which deal with tension between men and women. Vallotton's prints have been suggested as a significant influence on the graphic art of Edvard Munch, Aubrey Beardsley, and Ernst Ludwig Kirchner .By 1892 he was affiliated with Les Nabis, a group of young artists that included Pierre Bonnard, Ker-Xavier Roussel, Maurice Denis, and Edouard Vuillard, with whom Vallotton was to form a lifelong friendship. During the 1890s, when Vallotton was closely allied with the avant-garde, his paintings reflected the style of his woodcuts, with flat areas of color, hard edges, and simplification of detail.
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