The extraordinary significance of the painter and sculptor Henri Matisse in the history of modern art, but also his influence, was no less decisive than that of his main rival, Pablo Picasso. Matisse is widely acknowledged as an artist whose canvases are extremely difficult to reproduce in print. In fact, Matisse' s stylistic liberation actually goes one step further in the pursuit of his own personal goal — the perfect synthesis of line and color — by which he sought revolutionary approaches to the great tradition of French painting by drawing upon its classical aspects. For those who wish to know more about this lodestar of modern art and follow the adventurous path of his creative career, this publication is surely the most comprehensive and informative source available. Lavishly illustrated, its authoritative commentaries trace the artist' s search for balance, purity and serenity, from the chromatic brilliance of his Fauve period, through his travels, the Orient, geometric synthesis (it was he who introduced Picasso to African art by giving him his first mask), and the odalisques to the final triumph when, at the age of eighty, he invented his gouache cut-outs that culminated in his illustrations for Jazz and allowed him to achieve his goal of sculpting in paint just as a sculptor works in stone. With this in mind, each work presented here has been painstakingly compared with the respective original, in close collaboration with the artist' s grandson, Claude Duthuit. The bard of color deserves no less.
|Формат:|| Страниц 256|
твердый переплет + суперобложка
|The Portable Matisse Rizzoli (RCS MediaGroup) Robert H. |
Introducing the paintings is an insightful essay by celebrated art critic Robert Hughes. Henri Matisse' s work, with its unmistakable grace and mastery of brilliant color, continues to command enormous popular interest, inspiring a new blockbuster exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art in New York in 2003. Hand-held in size, this compact collection manages to be affordable and comprehensive guide to the artist' s work. Included are all genres and periods of his work–from the early Fauvist explosions of color and fluid-lined portraits, to the graphic cut-paper collages.
|Henri Matisse Thames & Hudson Lanchner C. |
Written by Carolyn Lanchner, former Curator of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum, these books are excellent resources for readers interested in the stories behind masterpieces of the Modern canon and for those who wish to understand the contributions of individual artists to the history of Modern art.
|Henri Matisse: Rooms with a View Thames&Hudson Blum S.N. |
The distinguished art historian Shirley Blum analyses more than fifty works, from the early painting Studio Under the Eaves (1901-02) to the great stained glass window at the Chapel of the Rosary in Vence (1947-51).
|Matisse. Cut-Outs. Poster Box Taschen |
The prints are packaged in a sturdy cardboard box and are suitable either for framing or as a poster. Curate your home: Print Set Matisse, Cut-Outs This inspiring print set offers sixteen designs to transform a blank wall into a personalized display.
1253 руб -5% 1190 руб
|Matisse Taschen Essers V. |
With vivid blue, amethyst purple, egg-yolk yellow, and many shades beyond he liberated his work from a meticulous representation of reality and sought instead a vital harmony, often referring to music as an inspiration or analogy for his work.
|Сухой корм для стерилизованных кошек и кастрированных котов Farmina "Matisse Neutered", 1,5 кг |
|Matisse in the Studio MFA Publications |
An introduction and five chapters take readers through studies of the object as actor and the studio as theater, the importance of African art in Matisse’s renderings of the human form and his sitters’ inner selves, and the invention and transformation of his own language of signs.
|Matisse - Bonnard: Long Live Painting! Prestel Kramer F. |
Focusing throughout on their creative exchanges, it highlights their respective contributions to the development of modern art, from the beginning of the twentieth century to the end of the Second World War.