André Derain, from Fauvism to Classicism
For January 2020, Stoppenbach & Delestre is pleased to present a new exhibition entitled ‘From Fauvism to Classicism throughout the career of Modern French artist, André Derain’ – the first in the UK to be dedicated to the painter for over 15 years.
Since its establishment in 1982, Stoppenbach & Delestre has remained closely associated with the promotion of Derain’s practice, working to consolidate the extensive research demonstrating his pivotal role in the development of Modern Art.
The primary objective of the exhibition is to bring Derain’s significant aesthetic research to light – examining the connection between the development of his career and the evolution of Modern Art practice in the early 20th century.
André DerainLe port de Collioure, 1905Oil on canvas33 x 40.6 cm
13 x 16 inchesSigned lower left aderain
André DerainLes trois Grâces, c. 1906Watercolour on paper47.7 x 60.5 cm
18 13/16 x 23 13/16 inchesSigned lower right a.derain Watermark Bristol lower left
André DerainLe verre de vin, 1911Oil on panel27 x 19 cm
10 5/8 x 7 3/8 inchesSigned on the reverse
André DerainNature morte, c. 1904Pen and black ink on paper38 x 32.1 cm
15 x 12 5/8 inchesStamped lower right a.derain
André DerainUne maison à Chatou, c. 1900Pen and ink35.5 x 37.5 cm
14 x 14¾ inches
André DerainVue de la Madrague, 1922Oil on canvas45.6 x 54.9 cm
18 x 21 5/8 inchesSigned lower right
André DerainCavaliers, 1946-1950Oil on canvas
16.8 x 32.5 cm
6 5/8 x 12 3/4 inchesSigned lower left