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Henri MatisseApollon

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48 W x 34 H cm
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Limited edition of 200
48 W x 34 H cm
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Original lithograph after "Apollo" (1953)

Signed in the plate lower left "Matisse 53" with notarial documents.

Sheet 48 × 34 cm on vellum paper pressed in 1979 by Studio d'Arte Perna, Milan.

Numbered on 200 copies (/ CC) with certificate of the publisher.

Original lithograph after "Apollo" (1953), this lithograph is part of a group of works that remained unpublished at the death of Matisse. The Matisse Estate has taken the initiative to produce a high quality lithograph edition of the most beautiful works in this series with Studio d'Arte Perna (Art and Author Collection since 1958).

Extract from the general catalog of the publisher dating from 1979:

All copies are numbered and provided with a Certificate of Guarantee with stamp and handwritten signature of the publisher, as well as a legal document from a notary, attesting to the authenticity of the signature, edition and numbering.

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Henri Matisse
Legendary artist
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Unanimously considered as one of the greatest artists of the twentieth century, Henri Matisse escapes any classification. He is one of the promoters of Fauvism, but, from a revolt of color, his art is a reflection on the line, balance, and synthesis of forms.

Artist By Accident

Henri Émile Benoît Matisse, French painter, draughtsman and sculptor, was born on December 31, 1869 in Cateau-Cambrésis and died in Nice on November 3, 1954.

Destined to become a notary's clerk, it was during a long recovery due to an appendicitis that Matisse began painting.

He once said, "[...] For me it was the paradise found in which I was completely free, tranquil, confident while I was always a little anxious, bored and worried in the different things I was made to do."

Matisse painted his first picture in 1890, at the age of 21. Two years later, he went to Paris to study at the École des Beaux-Arts, in the studio of Gustave Moreau.

In Search Of Simplicity 

From his very first classes with Moreau, Matisse embarked on an insatiable quest for simplicity, both aesthetically and philosophically.

Throughout his career, the same themes can be found in his work: open windows, lounging women, his universe is one of laziness that is totally antithetical to its creator and, above all, a pretext for exploring the artistic field. "Work cures all" said Matisse.

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