Magnet Henri Matisse - Tête blanche et rose


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Exhibition Matisse Comme un roman
Artist
Henri Matisse

Description

Henri Matisse (1869-1954)
Tête blanche et rose
1914
Huile sur toile
75 x 47 cm
A confusing canvas, the White and Pink Head is one of Matisse's great portraits. A realistic oil study of a figure in a striped blouse with a black ribbon pendant around his neck seems to have been the starting point for this bust "portrait" with its flat, simplified forms, to which a grid of black lines is superimposed that geometrizes the figure and tends to extend its surface in space.

Descriptions & Features

Characteristics

5,4 X 7,9 cm

Publisher
Éditions du Centre Pompidou

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