Derain



André
[ahn-drey] /ɑ̃ˈdreɪ/ (Show IPA), 1880–1954, French painter.
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Derain is the chief of the new French school—a school destined manifestly to be less cosmopolitan than its predecessor.
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The man who influenced Derain, and to some extent Picasso, is not likely to have been less.
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These are, in fact, the protests of Derain’s genius against his talent, and whether they are good or not I cannot say.
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Derain’s problem is different, and perhaps more exacting still.
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Even the fun of Derain is not the essentially modern fun of Massine.
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Derain is neither flippant nor exasperated; he is humorous, and tragic sometimes.
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Sooner or later the critic who wishes to be taken seriously must say his word about Derain.
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Derain is now the greatest power amongst young French painters.
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noun
André (ɑ̃dre). 1880–1954, French painter, noted for his Fauvist pictures (1905–08)

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