André Derain was the prestigious French artist, painters and sculptors who started Fauvism together with Henri Matisse and Maurice de Vlaminck. With unnaturally bright colors, they portrayed the local scenery of Collioure, the Mediterranean French, in the summer of 1905. The name “Fauvism,” meaning wild beast in French, was to refer the uncontrollable colors in their paintings. Derain used to share studio with Vlaminck, they created the new atmosphere with their paintings from the nature of the neighborhood. After 1906, he began to work with Cubism to express the with the new forms. He was awarded the Carnegie Prize in 1928.