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1994 Henri Matisse French Lithograph Pt 1. Printed in France on thick matte lightly textured paper. Sleek and timeless minimal design featuring female face. Printed by Succession. Note - signature is not hand signed by artist themselves, but rather by the print house. This is a high quality reproduction lithograph, officially licensed to be reproduced by Matisse's estate.


Note - Two variations of this design are listed by the same artist online. Can be applied as a diptych. 


Size: 23.6”H x 17.7”W.


Condition: Excellent condition.


About the Artist - Henri Matisse

Henri Matisse (1869-1954) was a revolutionary French artist known for his vivid use of color and innovative approaches to form. Born in Le Cateau-Cambrésis, France, he initially studied law but eventually turned to art, attending the Académie Julian in Paris. Matisse co-founded the Fauvist movement, characterized by its bold color palette and simplified forms.


Later in life, due to health issues, Matisse began creating "cut-outs," a technique involving large, colorful paper shapes. His famous work "The Snail" is a prime example. This period was a testament to his adaptability and creativity.


One of the most intriguing aspects of Matisse's life was his friendship and artistic rivalry with Pablo Picasso. They inspired and influenced each other, even though their styles differed greatly. Matisse's oeuvre encompasses paintings, sculptures, and illustrations, leaving an indelible mark on the art world. His legacy endures as a testament to his innovative spirit and mastery of color and design.

1994 Henri Matisse French Lithograph Pt 1

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