Read about Henri Matisse’s stunning, unknown work: the colourful paper cut-outs, which signalled a departure from his signature Fauvist style of painting.
Matisse used only scissors, paper and pins to free himself from the misery of old age and illness. His cut-out art, now showcased in a joyous new show at Tate Modern, is rich in colour and life
The Tate Modern’s incredible new exhibition brings together more than 130 works by the French artist from public and private collections worldwide. It is a once in a lifetime show that focuses on Matisse’s…
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Picture it now: the year is 1953 and the place is Cimiez, a hilltop suburb of Nice in the south of France, studded with palm trees. As Henri Matisse’s cut-outs arrive at Tate Modern, we invite you to step back into the artist's studio
This spectacular exhibition is the largest and most extensive presentation of the artist's cut-outs ever assembled. Learn about Matisse's artistic process, explore his studios, and see the conservation effort for one of his major cut-outs.
Françoise Gilot Reminisces About Henri Matisse - WSJ
Henry Matisse The Snail. My absolute favourite piece of art.