A giclée print of the original drawing by Matisse, set in a handsome black frame. Henri Matisse was a virtuoso, moving from cut-outs and sculpture to painting. The principal founder of Fauvism, he used expressive color, often giving his works a rich surface design. He was also a masterful draftsman. Educated and trained in Paris, Matisse spent most of his life in the South of France.
A prized art resource for interior designers for more than half a century, Soicher Marin lures an avid and growing repeat clientele year after year with its sophisticated boutique perspective on wall decor. Here, beautifully framed and ready to fascinate, a curated selection of striking giclée reproductions of vintage prints.