A giclée print of a depiction of a kinetic female form, with one arm arched over her head while the other clasps a bracelet. The white lines illuminate the figure against the black background. Henri Matisse was the principal founder of Fauvism. Throughout his career, the French-born artist rigorously demonstrated that color could be as rich and expressive as line. Alongside Picasso, he is one of the most influential figures of modern art; indeed, the Museum of Modern Art's seminal 2003 exhibition "Matisse Picasso," which assembled numerous masterpieces by the two artists, was a celebration of "the lifelong dialogue between two of the most important artists of the twentieth century."