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One Thousand and One Nights (triptych) Fine-Art Print
One Thousand and One Nights (triptych)
87" x 23"
Price: $83.99
Sale: $41.99
Creole Dancer Fine-Art Print
Creole Dancer
32" x 47"
Price: $43.99
Sale: $21.99
Dance Fine-Art Print
36" x 28"
Price: $35.99
Sale: $17.99
Panel with Mask, 1947 Fine-Art Print
Panel with Mask, 1947
20" x 40"
Price: $64.99
Sale: $32.49
La Robe Violette et Anemones Fine-Art Print
La Robe Violette et Anemones
20" x 28"
Price: $55.99
Sale: $27.99
Large Composition with Masks (triptych) Fine-Art Print
Large Composition with Masks (triptych)
29" x 23"
Price: $83.99
Sale: $41.99
The Codomas, 1947 Fine-Art Print
The Codomas, 1947
36" x 24"
Price: $70.99
Sale: $35.49
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Henri-Émile-Benoît Matisse (31 December 1869 – 3 November 1954) was born in the year the Cutty Sark was launched, and died the year the first hydrogen bomb exploded at Bikini Atoll. Not only did he live on, literally, from one world into another; he lived through some of the most traumatic political events in recorded history, the worst wars, the greatest slaughters, the most demented rivalries of ideology, without, it seems, turning a hair. Matisse never made a didactic painting or signed a manifesto, and there is scarcely one reference to a political event - let alone an expression of political opinion - to be found anywhere in his writings. He certainly suffered from fear and loathing like the rest of us, but there is no trace of them in his work. His studio was a world within the world: a place of equilibrium that, for sixty continuous years, produced images of comfort, refuge, and balanced satisfaction. Nowhere in Matisse's work does one feel a trace of the alienation and conflict which modernism, the mirror of our century, has so often reflected.
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