Matisse, Christmas Roses
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Matisse, Christmas Roses

$399.00
Est. Arrival: May 24 - Jun 03
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Why we love this
A stunning rare First Edition period offset lithograph after the still life painting "Christmas Roses and Oysters" (1940) by Henri Matisse. From a first, limited edition folio of the artist, published by Editions du Chene in Paris, 1946. Edition N282. Information regarding the original artwork, in French, will be found by lifting the piece. Numbered: III. Hand tipped on a board of heavy paper. Excellent condition - minor edge wear on the board, never framed. Image, 10.70"W x 8.60"H.
Color: ruby red/brown/green/yellow/mauve/multi
Condition: Excellent
Dimensions: 14.8" W x 10.8" H
Era: Vintage: 1910-1950
Made In: France
Made Of: ink on paper
SKU: 77551296
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: May 24 - Jun 03
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As an antiques and art dealer, interior design consultant, buyer, photographer, graphic designer, and translator, Mira Parker has more than 12 years of experience in the antiques and design industry. She runs a gallery in Dallas.
Why we love this
A stunning rare First Edition period offset lithograph after the still life painting "Christmas Roses and Oysters" (1940) by Henri Matisse. From a first, limited edition folio of the artist, published by Editions du Chene in Paris, 1946. Edition N282. Information regarding the original artwork, in French, will be found by lifting the piece. Numbered: III. Hand tipped on a board of heavy paper. Excellent condition - minor edge wear on the board, never framed. Image, 10.70"W x 8.60"H.
About the Seller
As an antiques and art dealer, interior design consultant, buyer, photographer, graphic designer, and translator, Mira Parker has more than 12 years of experience in the antiques and design industry. She runs a gallery in Dallas.