The Corn Poppy
Kees van Dongen was a Dutch painter who was associated with the Fauve Movement. The Corn Poppy represents his popularity as a portraitist of high society women and was a member of an Avant-guard wave of painters that included Henri Rousseau, Robert Delaunay, and Edouard Vuillard. Van Dogen famously remarked, “Painting is the most beautiful of lies”.
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Creator: Kees van Dongen
Date: c. 1919
Original Medium: oil on canvas
Original Size: 21 1/2 x 18 in.
Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
© 2011 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
Approximate Measurements for each:
Paper Size: 8.00" W x 10.00"H, Image Size: 7.00" W x 8.17" H
Paper Size: 11.00" W x 14.00"H, Image Size: 10.00" W x 11.67" H
Paper Size: 16.00" W x 20.00"H, Image Size: 14.00" W x 16.34" H
Paper Size: 22.00" W x 28.00"H, Image Size: 20.00" W x 23.34" H
Paper Size: 32.00" W x 40.00"H, Image Size: 30.00" W x 35.01" H
Paper Size: 40.00" W x 60.00"H, Image Size: 38.00" W x 44.34" H