About the Art
This is an original lithograph that was featured in a special edition of the literary magazine Verve dedicated to the last works of Henri Matisse. As his health declined, Matisse began creating cut-outs, works of art made by cutting and assembling paper. These works reflect a deep commitment to the possibility of color and form and challenge the traditional definition of art. This work shows two women bordered by monkeys and surrounded by fruit. The piece showcases Matisse’s ability to convey a sense of movement within a still image.
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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