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Petit Bol I, c.1914 15
By Henri Matisse

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Also known as silk screening, serigraphy is a process by which multiple layers of ink are manually pressed through fine screens, resulting in a bold and vibrant paint-like layer of ink on an art print of gallery quality.
19" x 23" Serigraph
10" x 14" without border
$64.99
$51.99
Ships in 2-3 days
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Also known as silk screening, serigraphy is a process by which multiple layers of ink are manually pressed through fine screens, resulting in a bold and vibrant paint-like layer of ink on an art print of gallery quality.

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Henri Matisse (1869 – 1954), considered to be the 20th century’s most important French painter, communicated joy with expressive colors, striking ornamentation and bold patterns. Matisse, whose mother gave him his first art supplies while he was recovering from an illness, described his discovery of art as “a kind of paradise.” He was originally viewed as a Fauvist, and his early works were exceptionally mature. Influenced by Impressionism and Japanese art, Matisse made color a crucial element of his work, and also experimented with expressive abstraction. When he was nearly 80, Matisse volunteered to decorate the Dominican nuns' chapel at Vence, France. Suffering from anxiety, Matisse found serenity in painting.

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Also known as silk screening, serigraphy is a process by which multiple layers of ink are manually pressed through fine screens, resulting in a bold and vibrant paint-like layer of ink on an art print of gallery quality.

About the Art

Henri Matisse (1869 – 1954), considered to be the 20th century’s most important French painter, communicated joy with expressive colors, striking ornamentation and bold patterns. Matisse, whose mother gave him his first art supplies while he was recovering from an illness, described his discovery of art as “a kind of paradise.” He was originally viewed as a Fauvist, and his early works were exceptionally mature. Influenced by Impressionism and Japanese art, Matisse made color a crucial element of his work, and also experimented with expressive abstraction. When he was nearly 80, Matisse volunteered to decorate the Dominican nuns' chapel at Vence, France. Suffering from anxiety, Matisse found serenity in painting.

Item# 10298978A

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Petit Bol I, c.1914 15
 
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5.0

Minimal Matisse

By MFool

from Seattle

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  • Perfect Size
  • Visually Appealing

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    Purchase Reason

    • Accent Piece

    Comments:

    We've redone kitchen and dining room, shifted furniture, 'minimalized' a bit, cleaned up the look. This Matisse has a simplicity that fits.

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    • 65 or older
    • Gender:
    • Male
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    • Dining Room

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    Petit Bol I, c.1914 15
    By Henri Matisse
    19" x 23" Serigraph
    10" x 14" without border
    $64.99
    $51.99
    Ships in 2-3 days
    ADD TO CART