The images below generally represent his work aside from still lifes. It seems that he didn't actually paint very many strongly Fauvist examples. Prominently featured subjects are his wife Jeanne and Saint-Tropez.
Probably his bride Jeanne at the writing desk.
In the South of France.
Painted about the same time as the previous work, also with an Impressionist feeling.
Probably Jeanne again, but the feeling is a whiff of Cézanne with a touch of Fauvist coloring.
Jeanne amid mild Impressionism and Fauvism.
Background brushwork again suggests Cézanne.
Finally, some hard-core Fauvism, though painted about the same time as previous images.
No date for this, so it might be from the very early 1900s.
South of France again.
The warship in the distance suggests Toulon.
Manguin first visited Saint-Tropez as early as 1904.
Painted the year he died, if the date seen on the Internet is correct. However, the style of the bathing suits seems more 1920s than 1940s -- though I might be mistaken.