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Henri Matisse, "Horse" 1937, Lithograph

Edie O'Rourke

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Henri Matisse, "Horse" 1937, Lithograph

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Artist:

Henri Matisse (1869 - 1954)

Dimensions:

24"W x 15"H x 1"D

Frame details:

wood/glass

Materials:

offset lithograph on paper, plate signed

Why We Love This

A colored offset lithograph, signed in the plate and framed, from the art revue Verve. Founded in 1937 by Henri Matisse’s friend E. Teriade, Verve was a lavish publication on the arts. The magazine showcased original lithographs by the leading artists of the day.

Why We Love This

A colored offset lithograph, signed in the plate and framed, from the art revue Verve. Founded in 1937 by Henri Matisse’s friend E. Teriade, Verve was a lavish publication on the arts. The magazine showcased original lithographs by the leading artists of the day.

About Edie O'Rourke

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.