Card Game | Matisse

On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the birth of Henri Matisse (1869-1954), the Centre Pompidou is paying tribute to him through an exhibition of must-see works that explore the text/image entanglement within his work and offer a singular reading of his creation.

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Henri Matisse


French painter, draftsman and sculptor, Henri Matisse (1869 - 1954) is a major figure of the twentieth century. With his acute sense of color, shapes and drawing, he constantly evolves his work until it reaches its peak with paper cut-outs.
The work :
La Blouse roumaine, 1940
(Jeune fille : la blouse roumaine ; La Blouse paysanne ; La Blouse paysanne roumaine, fond rouge)
Oil on canvas, 92 × 73 cm

Descriptions & Features


52 cards
Printed in Belgium

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