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Henri Matisse

Author : Henri Matisse
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This book is an abridged version of the German edition, Henri Matisse: Zeichnungen und Skulpturen, published to accompany the exhibition of the same name at the Saarland Museum, Saarbrüken, Germany, 12 May - 7 July 1991.

Henri Matisse

Author : Catherine Bock-Weiss
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Twenty-nine collected essays represent a critical history of Shakespeare's play as text and as theater, beginning with Samuel Johnson in 1765, and ending with a review of the Royal Shakespeare Company production in 1991. The criticism centers on three aspects of the play: the love/friendship debate.

Matisse Portraits

Author : John Klein
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An account of Henri Matisse's activity as a maker of portraits and self-portraits. The author considers the transaction that produces a portrait - a transaction between the artist and the sitter that is social as much as artistic - and investigates the social contexts of Matisse's sitters.

Henri Matisse

Author : Roger Benjamin
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The Cut outs of Henri Matisse

Author : Henri Matisse
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A study of the art form developed by Matisse after an operation drained him of the strength to continue his oil painting, focusing on the elements of color and design that characterize his prints, paper cut-outs, and paper cut-out maquettes

Matisse on Art

Author : Henri Matisse
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Ed : Brooklyn College and City University of New York, Revised edition, Includesnew texts, introduction, biography, overview.

Intimate Matisse

Author : Henri Matisse
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Henri Matisse (1869-1954) considered his drawing to be a very intimate means of expression - the "purest" and "most direct." His method of execution varied from charcoal, pencil, crayon, etcher's burin, lithographic tusche, to paper cut. Frequently his composition was of the female form. This small book reproduces drawings from late in the artist's career, when he created series of drawings in the great French tradition of the artist's book (livre de peintre), where original prints are combined with carefully selected texts. Included are illustrations from Jazz and other works.

Henri Matisse

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Henri Matisse

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Text by Sarah Wilson.

Henri Matisse

Author : Markus Müller
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German text: Henri Matisse created an oeuvre whose radiance and originality are incomparable. His brilliantly colourful pictures are a pure avowal of joie-de-vivre, lightness of being and sensitivity.

Henri Matisse

Author : Jane O'Connor
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Presents the life and work of Henri Matisse in the form of a child's school report, where Keesia learns that over his long career, Matisse made paintings, sculpture, books, costumes, and cut-outs. Simultaneous.

Henri Matisse

Author : Catherine C. Bock Weiss
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First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Matisse

Author : Ellen Sturm
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Discusses the life, works, and lasting influence of Henri Matisse.

Matisse from color to architecture

Author : René Percheron
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Traces the development of Matisse's art throughout the course of his sixty-year career, bringing together in a single volume both famous works and lesser-known pieces from the archives of his estate, in a study complemented by firsthand accounts by numerous participants in his Chapel of the Rosary and Le Cateau-Cambrésis projects. 10,000 first printing.

Henri Matisse

Author : Carolyn Lanchner
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Henri Matisse was a founding figure of modern painting and one of the most celebrated artists of the twentieth century. This book, part of the MoMA Artist Series, features eleven paintings, sculptures, and works on paper by Matisse selected from The Museum of Modern Art’s substantial collection of his work. His breakthrough Fauvist painting La Japonaise is here, along with such well-known works as Dance (I), The Red Studio, and The Piano Lesson. Important examples of Matisse’s sculpture are included among the paintings, leading to the paper cutouts of his final years. Vivid images and a lively essay accompany each work, illuminating its significance and placing it in its historical moment and in the development of modern art and in Matisse’s own life.

Erotische Skizzen

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For Henri Matisse, drawing was an exercise as personal as it was essential to his art. Reproduced on elegant paper stock, these black and white and gently coloured sketches allow the viewer to appreciate the quality of Matisse's lines, their confidence and ease, as well as the intense relationship between artist and model. Matisse's joie de vivre, his love of beauty and his fascination with the human body are clearly in evidence in this lovely book that is a pleasure to hold.

Chatting with Henri Matisse

Author : Henri Matisse
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In 1941 the Swiss art critic Pierre Courthion interviewed Henri Matisse while the artist was in bed recovering from a serious operation. It was an extensive interview, seen at the time as a vital assessment of Matisse's career and set to be published by Albert Skira's then newly established Swiss press. After months of complicated discussions between Courthion and Matisse, and just weeks before the book was to come out--the artist even had approved the cover design--Matisse suddenly refused its publication. A typescript of the interview now resides in Courthion's papers at the Getty Research Institute. This rich conversation, conducted during the Nazi occupation of France, is published for the first time in this volume, where it appears both in English translation and in the original French version. Matisse unravels memories of his youth and his life as a bohemian student in Gustave Moreau's atelier. He recounts his experience with collectors, including Albert C. Barnes. He discusses fame, writers, musicians, politicians, and, most fascinatingly, his travels. Chatting with Henri Matisse, introduced by Serge Guilbaut, contains a preface by Claude Duthuit, Matisse's grandson, and essays by Yve-Alain Bois and Laurence Bertrand Dorl�ac. The book includes unpublished correspondence and other original documents related to Courthion's interview and abounds with details about avant-garde life, tactics, and artistic creativity in the first half of the twentieth century.

Matisse

Author : Henri Matisse
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More than one hundred color plates, accompanied by reactions and comments from critics and contemporaries, record the career of the French sculptor, cut-out artist, and painter of exotic, brightly colored nudes.

Art Masterpiece Goldfish by Henri Matisse

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Awaken in students an interest in well-known artists throughout time. By studying famous paintings by well-known artists, students can learn techniques and styles and how they can be used effectively in the students' own works of art.

Art Masterpiece Beasts of the Sea by Henri Matisse

Author : Jennifer Thomas
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Awaken in students an interest in well-known artists throughout time. By studying famous paintings by well-known artists, students can learn techniques and styles and how they can be used effectively in the students' own works of art.