In the history of twentieth century Modernism, Henri Matisse was a calm and unstoppable revolution of creative genius. Trained originally in the French Classical Style, he was inspired by the Impressionists and Cézanne to create in a style that brought out the beauty of colour, form and line by reducing them to their essentials. While considered a leader of the Fauves and an inspiration to most of the great figures in modern art, he wasn't particularly interested in being associated with any particular school or trend. A family man who worked 'office hours' in his studio, he defies the image of the artist as "enfant terrible" or a tortured soul.
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Author: Catherine Ingram And Agnes Decourchelle
Imprints: Laurence King
Binding: Hard Bound
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