Henri Matisse

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Noun1.Henri Matisse - French painter and sculptor; leading figure of fauvism (1869-1954)
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You will hear about when Theofor Pallady, a Romanian painter, gave Henry Matisse a collection of traditional Romanian blouses as a gift in 1939, and how these inspired the French artist to create a series of paintings currently on show in Paris, at the National Museum of Modern Art.
Highlights include Le Lagoon II (1947) by Henry Matisse, part of a series of cut-outs included in the artist's book Jazz, at A & D Martinez, Paris; Bridget Riley's optical illusions at Karsten Schubert; Yayoi Kusama at Marlborough Graphics (Fig.
The death of his parents and sister were less painful to him than the loss of the 1,406 paintings, prints and drawings by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Henry Matisse and Max Liebermann that authorities hauled out of his apartment last year, he told the magazine.