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Penguin Random House, Inc.
Throughout his many years as a painter, Henri Matisse kept returning to one particular subject: the windowed interior. This volume explores in depth, for the first time, the full significance of the window in Matisse’s thinking about interior and exterior space. Distinguished art historian Shirley Neilsen Blum analyzes more than 50 paintings, revealing not only the key role of the windowed interior in Matisse’s oeuvre but also presenting an overview of the artist’s remarkable and varied career.