Henri Charles Manguin (1874 – 1949) was a French painter, associated with the Fauve movement which was characterised by its bold colours, textured brushwork and non-naturalistic depictions.

He studied to the École des Beaux-Arts and his teacher was Gustave Moreau.

He made copies of Renaissance art in the Louvre with his close friends, Henri Matisse and Charles Camoin.

He was influenced by Impressionism and he had his first exhibition in 1902 at the Salon des Indépendants and the Salon d’Automne.

As a Fauve artist Manguin produced numerous paintings of Mediterranean landscapes. Many of his portraits are of his wife and their family.

He traveled throughout Southern Europe and in 1949 was settled in Saint-Tropez.

Woman on a Balcony, or Jeanne with an Orange Ribbon