MATISSE: Tate Introductions


MATISSE: Tate Introductions

JULIETTE RIZZI    Book Number: 79535    Product format: Paperback

Henri Matisse is considered one of the leaders of the Fauvist movement and developed his interest in the decorative and experimented with flatness of colour. He created a large and diverse body of work encompassing drawing, painting, sculpture and ceramics. After 1948 he was prevented from painting by ill health, but although confined to bed, he produced one of his most powerful bodies of work, the 'Cut-Outs', made by cutting or tearing shapes from painted paper. Extensively illustrated and covering the full span of his long career, this is the perfect introduction to his modern master. 80 page paperback, full page colour plates and excellent text from the Tate Gallery.
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