Henri Matisse

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Noun1.Henri Matisse - French painter and sculptor; leading figure of fauvism (1869-1954)
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The company, which began selling its hair care and body care products in early 2016, launched the NeverAny campaign with a video featuring Eclair Naturals founder and chief executive officer John Matise, a dermatologist, a beauty editor, and women models hand-painted with plant-based ink by celebrity makeup artist and body painter Joanne Gair.
Rosalynn Carter made a case for frugality when she re-wore a gown designed by Mary Matise for Jimmae to the 1977 inauguration.
Grahn RA, Lemesch BM, Millon LV, Matise T, Rogers QR, Morris JG, Fretwell N, et al.
Finegold DN, Armitage MM, Galiani M, Matise TC, Pandian MR, Perry YM, et al.
That's what I'm trying to do, to pull those two learnings together and program matise a pipeline or pathway that takes teams with an idea and gives them focus to get into a market fast and plan their exits from day one.
Matise TC Chakravarti A Patel PI Lupski JR Nelis E Timmerman V et al.
Peacefully in hospital on 7th June 2012, aged 77 years, Shirley, much loved wife of Thomas Andrew Barton, much loved mam of Pamela and Garry, loving grandma to Matise and Nathan, a dear sister, aunt and great aunt.
Faraone SV, Matise T, Svrakic D, Pepple J, Malaspina D, Suarez B, et al.
Kong X, Murphy K, Raj T, He C, White PS, Matise TC.
SALUTE TO A FALLEN COMRADE: US soldiers in Kuwait mourn the loss of Capt Chris Seifert; Picture: James Matise
Williams of Staten Island [pounds 16 sterling] B John Mush 7 B Nicholas Matise 2 -- B Lewis Morris, Jun.