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FELIX VALLOTTON (1865 - 1925)


Nu couché au tapis rouge, Felix Vallotton, Huile sur toile, 1909


Yesteday, I went to the new exhibition opening at the Grand Palais of Paris, a retrospective about Félix Vallotton’s works. I have been particularly impressed by his woodcuts series called ‘Intimités’ (Intimacies). First published in 1898 by the Revue Blanche, it is composed of ten bourgeois interiors and finely highlights tension between men and women.


I went to MITSUBISHI ART MUSEUM on Friday.

*Felix Vallotton(1865~1925)*


Interior (Woman in Blue Searching in a Cupboard) - Félix Vallotton, 1903


The Ball - Félix Vallotton, 1899

From the Musée d’Orsay:

The Ball is one of the best known paintings by Félix Vallotton, a Swiss painter who was in close touch with the Nabis from 1891. This bird’s-eye view figures a park or public garden, places often painted by Bonnard or Vuillard. Against the broad ochre stretch of ground and the deep shade of the trees, pierced by a pale area, the running child makes a bright splash of light preceded by a dark shadow. He is wearing a yellow hat with a red ribbon, a sort of broad-brimmed boater, and a mop of blond hair escapes from under the brim. His little boots are a dull orange colour, his white smock is buttoned at the back and floats behind him in the wind. The ball he is chasing is red. Echoing the pale mass of the child are two equally pale figures standing side by side, one blue and one white. The diminutive size of the two women suggests that they are located in the far background, yet the space seems to be flat and frontal.


Félix Vallotton
La visite


The Dinner, 1899, Felix Vallotton

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The White Beach, 1913, Private Collection  

Felix Vallotton 

See archive for more:  HERE 


The Ray by Felix Vallotton


Felix Vallotton
Chaste Suzanne, 1922


Félix Vallotton - Box Seats at the Theater, the Gentleman and the Lady (1909)


 Felix Valotton - Nu au Fauteuil Rouge, 1897