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Henri Matisse

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Lindsey Graver

on 2 April 2013

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Henri Matisse 1869-1954 "Self Portrait"
55 x 46 cm
Oil on canvas
Royal Museum of Fine Arts
Copenhagen, Denmark
1906 Born in Cateau-Cambrésis, France
Died in Nice, France Artist Movement: Fauvism - use of strong and pure colors and simple forms Early Life 1887-1889: Studies law in Paris, France Begins to paint while recovering from appendicitis Other Fauvists: André Derain, Maurice de Vlaminck, Albert Marquet, Charles Camoin The Exposition Universelle held in Paris 1891 - Goes to Paris to study art at the Academy Julien 1897 - Paints "The Dinner Table" "The Dinner Table"
100 x 131 cm.
Oil on canvas
Private Collection
1896-1897 1898 - Marries Amélie Noemie Alexandrine Parayre 1904 - Paints "Luxe, Calme, et Volupté" "Luxe, Calme, et Volupté"
98.5 x 118.5 cm.
Oil on canvas
Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
1904-1905 1905 - First Fauvist exhibition held in Paris at Salon d'Automne 1900 - By now has 3 children: Marguerite, Jean Gerard, and Pierre Mid-Life "Woman With A Hat"
81 x 65 cm.
Oil on canvas
Private Collection
1905 1907 - Cubist exhibition held in Paris 1910 -Paints "The Dance" "The Dance"
260 x 389 cm.
Oil on canvas
The Hermitage,
St. Petersburg
1910 1914 - World War I begins 1918 - Exhibits with Picasso at the Paul Guillaume Gallery, Paris/End of World War I 1920 - Matisse's mother dies 1939 - 1922 - Works on a series of lithographs between Paris and Nice Daughter Marguerite arrested for working in the Communist Undergroud Separation from wife Amélie World War II begins "My Room at the Beau-Rivage"
73 x 61 cm.
Oil on canvas
Philadelphia Museum of Art
1918 "The Dream of 1940"
31 7/8 x 25 5/8 in.
Oil on canvas
Paris/Artists Rights Society, New York
1940 "Woman with the Yellow Hair"
100 x 81 cm.
Oil on canvas
Guggenheim Museum, New York
1931 Later Life 1941 - Undergoes surgery for duodenal
cancer; works from bed or wheelchair Cared for by Lydia Delektorskaya until
death 1945 - World War II ends 1948 - Designs the Chapelle de Rosaire in Venice,
France Paints "Large Red Interior" Chapelle de Rosaire
Vence, France "Large Red Interior"
146 x 97 cm.
Oil on canvas
Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
1948 1952 - "The King's Sadness" (paper cut-out) 1954 - "The Sorrows of the King"
292 x 386 cm.
Guache on paper cut-outs
Musée Nazional d'Art Moderne
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
1952 Publishes "Portraits" (collection of 39 portraits) Died November 4th Those Influenced By Matisse Additional Work "Sailor I"
99 x 77.5 cm.
Oil on canvas
Private Collection
1906 "Zorah On A Terrace"
116 x 100 cm.
Oil on canvas
Pusckin Museum, Moscow
1912 Additional Work "La Gerbe"
294 x 350 cm.
Gouache cut-out
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
1953 "Fall of Icarus"
42 x 32 cm.
Gouache cut-out
Museum of Modern Art, New York
1943 Additional Work Lee Krasner was inspired by Matisse's use of various media. "Black, White, and Pink Collage"
29 x 23 in.
Ink and collage on paper
Robert Miller Gallery, New York
1958-74 Color field painters, like Mark Rothko and Kenneth Noland were influenced by his broad fields of bright color. "No. 9"
134.7 x 118.4 cm.
Oil and mixed media on canvas
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
1948 Richard Diebenkorn was influenced by how Matisse created the illusion of space and spatial tension. 2000 - Painting "Odalisque in Red Pants" stolen from Caracas Museum of Contemporary Art "Beasts of the Sea"
295.5 x 154 cm.
Paper collage on canvas
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
1950 Lee Krasner Mark Rothko Pablo Picasso Sources http://www.henri-matisse.net/ http://www.theartstory.org/ http://www.henrimatisse.org/ http://www.matisse-picasso.org/conversations/exchange.lasso "The Snail"
286 x 287 cm.
Gouache on paper
Tate Gallery, London
1953 http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/matisse-the-snail-t00540 One of Last Artworks: "Portrait of Lydia Delectorskaya"
49.7 x 64.1 cm.
Oil on canvas
Hermitage, Saint Petersburg
1947 Lindsey Graver
65 x 50 cm
2013 Art Recreation 1889 - Influenced by the post-Impressionists Paul Cézanne, Gauguin, Van Gogh, and Paul Signac to use color as a crucial element in his paintings
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