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Avant-Garde European Art, Henri Matisse French [1869-1954] 

Color Giclees, limited edition, numbered & certified,  framed finished size 20x24" 

Cézanne

Chagall

Degas

Gauguin

Kandinsky

Klimt

Lautrec

Miro

Matisse

Modigliani

Monet

Picasso

Renoir

Schiele

Violet robe With Buttercups, 1937    
Violet robe w/ Buttercups Violinist at the window Goldfish and sculpture The open window
  Lady in blue, 1937    
Nude with a white scarf Lady in blue Harmony in red
 
Blue nude souvenir de Biskra 
 
Marguerite Gray nude with bracelet View of Notre Dame Back view of nude with necklace
 

Biography:

Henri Émile Matisse [1869-1954] French, born on December 31 in Le Cateau-Cambrésis north of France, from a middle-class family, he studied and practiced law then gave up his law career to practice painting, studied more contemporary art & the impressionists, made copies after the old masters, was influenced by Gauguin, Cezanne & van Gogh. 

Matisse is a master of the use of color & form to convey emotional expression, his early style was a conventional form of naturalism, leader of the Fauve group, he is one of the great formative figures in 20th-century art, exhibited his paintings, his bronze sculptures, along with Andre Derain and Maurice de Vlaminck. Matisse lived from the 1920s until his death on November 3, 1954 in Nice south of France.