About the Art
This is an original lithograph made for a special edition of the literary magazine Verve. The lithograph was made after a paper-cut out created by Matisse. In the 1940s when the artist was confined to a wheelchair, he began hand-painting and cutting pieces of paper and directing his assistants on where to put them on large sheets of paper. This work is simple, yet striking. The bright colors of the forms stand out against the white background.
Henri Matisse is well-regarded as the master of color of the 20th century. He was a versatile artist who created paintings, sculptures, and works on paper.
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