“Portrait of Mme. Matisse” by Henri Matisse (1913)
The Happy Place in New York is the Matisse Cutouts Show at the Modern, running through February.
I left happier than I was when I walked in.
Also: that man could draw his ass off.
[Photo Credit: Waldemar Januszczak]
“Interior with Violin” By Henri Matisse (1918)
“The Window” by Henri Matisse (1916)
“Landscape Viewed from a Window” By Henri Matisse (1912)
“The Piano Lesson” by Henri Matisse (1916)
“Conversation” by Henri Matisse (1909)
“Seated Pink Nude” By Henri Matisse (1935-36)
“Flowers and Ceramic Plate” by Henri Matisse.
“Anemones with a Black Mirror” by Henri Matisse (1918-19)
“Sketch for Ulysses” by Henri Matisse.
Matisse at age 83, 1953.
[Photograph by: Hélène Adant/Rapho]
“Studio Interior, Detail,” by Henri Matisse (1903-04)
Since we’re talking literature, check out this recent piece on James Joyce by Louis Menand in the New Yorker.
Even better, dig these rare illustrations Henri Matisse did for a 1935 edition of “Ulysses.”
“Still Life with Black Knife,” By Henri Matisse (1896)
Matisse at work.
“View of Notre-Dame,” By Henri Matisse (1914)
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