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Matisse Grabador

Author : Henri Matisse
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Henri Matisse is universally known for his painting, but he also worked regularly as an engraver between 1900 and his death in 1954. His engraving work encompasses more than eight hundred pieces that comprise a gigantic visual library, offering a complete document about his working process and his way of transforming what he saw into art.0This book, published as part of the exhibition Matisse. Grabador [Matisse Engraver] at the Fundación Canal de Madrid, includes 63 of his engravings, in which we can identify the same observation process that the artist followed in his drawings.0This is a fascinating work that reveals a different Matisse, one that is more intimate and close, yet each work contains the keys of his universal genius.00Exhibition: Fundación Canal de Madrid, Spain (17.05.-18.08.2019).

Matisse Prints from the Museum of Modern Art

Author : Henri Matisse
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"A world of intense colour comes to mind when we first think of the art of Henri Matisse. Yet, as this book so aptly proves, Matisse's genius also conquered the graphic world of black on white. Here, in 91 prints, we follow his excitement in exploring the various printmaking media, and his delight in pursuing a wide range of themes. This selection consists of works printed in black. It begins with Matisse's first print, a self-portrait carefully constructed of drypoint lines, executed between 1900 and 1903, and it ends with the bold, aquatinted "masks" of 1951-52". -Page 6.

Matisse Prints from the Museum of Modern Art

Author : Henri Matisse
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"A world of intense colour comes to mind when we first think of the art of Henri Matisse. Yet, as this book so aptly proves, Matisse's genius also conquered the graphic world of black on white. Here, in 91 prints, we follow his excitement in exploring the various printmaking media, and his delight in pursuing a wide range of themes. This selection consists of works printed in black. It begins with Matisse's first print, a self-portrait carefully constructed of drypoint lines, executed between 1900 and 1903, and it ends with the bold, aquatinted "masks" of 1951-52". -Page 6.

The Cut outs of Henri Matisse

Author : Henri Matisse
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A study of the art form developed by Matisse after an operation drained him of the strength to continue his oil painting, focusing on the elements of color and design that characterize his prints, paper cut-outs, and paper cut-out maquettes

Minnesota Celebrates Matisse

Author : Henri Matisse
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Matisse s Poets

Author : Kathryn Brown
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Throughout his career, Henri Matisse used imagery as a means of engaging critically with poetry and prose by a diverse range of authors. Kathryn Brown offers a groundbreaking account of Matisse's position in the literary cross-currents of 20th-century France and explores ways in which reading influenced the artist's work in a range of media. This study argues that the livre d'artiste became the privileged means by which Matisse enfolded literature into his own idiom and demonstrated the centrality of his aesthetic to modernist debates about authorship and creativity. By tracing the compositional and interpretive choices that Matisse made as a painter, print maker, and reader in the field of book production, this study offers a new theoretical account of visual art's capacity to function as a form of literary criticism and extends debates about the gendering of 20th-century bibliophilia. Brown also demonstrates the importance of Matisse's self-placement in relation to the French literary canon in the charged political climate of the Second World War and its aftermath. Through a combination of archival resources, art history, and literary criticism, this study offers a new interpretation of Matisse's artist's books and will be of interest to art historians, literary scholars, and researchers in book history and modernism.

Cincinnati Magazine

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Cincinnati Magazine taps into the DNA of the city, exploring shopping, dining, living, and culture and giving readers a ringside seat on the issues shaping the region.

Union List of Artist Names L P

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Matisse

Author : Queensland Art Gallery
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Produced to celebrate an exhibition of Matisse's work that toured Australia in 1995 - The Chapel of the Rosary at Venice - Overview of Matisse's painting - Drawings at an exhibition - Matisse in North Africa - Matisse's sculpture - Matisse's prints and illustrated books.

Catalog of the Library of the Museum of Modern Art New York

Author : Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Library
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Contemporary Prints

Author : Riva Castleman
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Henri Matisse

Author : Catherine C. Bock Weiss
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Robert Parkin's book gives a reading of each of these texts before going on to show their subsequent influence on anthropologists in particular. Hertz's activities as reviewer and phamphleteer are also covered. The introductory biographical chapter drawing on Hertz's surviving papers in the College de France, shows his own ambivalence towards his academic career and it also attempts to clarify the circumstances leading up to his apparently gratuitous death in the First World War. Two further chapters attempt to situate his work in the broader context of Durkheimian sociology."

The Print Collector s Newsletter

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Arts

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Graphic Passion

Author : John Bidwell
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"Recounts the publication history of nearly fifty books illustrated by Henri Matisse, including Lettres portugaises, Mallarmé's Poésies, and Matisse's own Jazz. Explores his illustration methods, typographic precepts, literary sensibilities, and opinions about the role of the artist in the publication process"--Provided by publisher.

Matisse the Graphic Work

Author : Margrit Hahnloser
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Om den franske kunstner Henri Matisses (1869-1854) grafiske værker

Matisse Picasso and Modern Art in Paris

Author : Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
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A New York lawyer with Virginia roots, T. Catesby Jones acquired an extraordinary collection of paintings, drawings, prints, and sculptures by some sixty artists working in Paris during the early twentieth century. Jones's collection of almost three hundred works, divided between two Virginia institutions after his death, is reunited here in an illustrated catalogue with a full-color checklist accompanied by entries on twenty-four of the artists. Some are the best-known figures of this crucial era (Matisse, Picasso, Braque, Masson, Lipchitz); others are now less familiar (Lurcat, Bauchant, Marcoussis). Considered together, they provide a comprehensive view of modern art in Paris up to World War II and bring Jones's legacy to a wide audience for the first time. Distributed for the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

ABM

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Abstracts of journal articles, books, essays, exhibition catalogs, dissertations, and exhibition reviews. The scope of ARTbibliographies Modern extends from artists and movements beginning with Impressionism in the late 19th century, up to the most recent works and trends in the late 20th century. Photography is covered from its invention in 1839 to the present. A particular emphasis is placed upon adding new and lesser-known artists and on the coverage of foreign-language literature. Approximately 13,000 new entries are added each year. Published with title LOMA from 1969-1971.

Matisse

Author : Henri Matisse
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"Published for "Matisse: Drawing Life" an exhibition ... held at the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia, 3 December 2011 - 4 March 2012."

Graphic Art of Henri Matisse

Author : Henri Matisse
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