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Henri MatisseLa corde à sauter

Legendary artist
From a limited edition of 200
49 W x 69 H cm
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Limited edition of 200
49 W x 69 H cm
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Original lithograph after "La corde à sauter" (1952)

Signed in the plate lower left "H.Matisse 52" with notarial documents.

Sheet 49 × 69 cm on art paper pressed in 1979 by Studio d'Arte Perna, Milan.

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

This lithograph is part of a group of works that remained unpublished at Matisse's death.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

It is part of the subjects of the famous series of Blue Nudes. At the end of the 1940s, Matisse experimented with the technique of cutting: using scraps of paper, he created essential and harmonious figures that reflected his poetic and artistic research.

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Henri Matisse
Legendary artist

8 works

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

Unanimously considered as one of the greatest artists of the 20th century, Henri Matisse escapes any classification. He is one of the promoters of Fauvism, but, from this revolt of color, his art is a reflection on the line, on the balance, on the synthesis of forms.

Throughout his career, the same themes impose themselves: open windows, indolent women, a universe of laziness totally antithetical to its creator and, above all, a pretext for the exploration of the artistic field. "Work cures everything" said Matisse. The work of the painter, of an apparent simplicity, "this fruit of bright light" loved by Apollinaire, is born of a relentless work, which always seeks to testify of the unspeakable sensation of which one of his last paintings carries the title: the inhabited Silence of the houses.

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