Henri matisse the blue nude

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Henri Matisse Artworks

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Blue Nude (Souvenir de Biskra) - Wikipedia

Henri Matisse was a French artist, renowned as a draftsman, printmaker, sculptor and painter. Matisse was born in Northern France and was the oldest son of a wealthy grain merchant. He grew up in Picardie and in moved to Paris to study law and worked as a court administrator in Le Cateau-Cambresis. He began to paint in after his mother bought him art supplies to entertain him while he was recovering from appendicitis. Matisse studied at the Academie Julian in Paris from and was a student of Bouguereau and Moreau.
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Henri Matisse

The Blue Nudes is a series of color lithographs by Henri Matisse made from cut-outs depicting nude figures in various positions. Restricted by his physical condition after his surgery for stomach cancer, Matisse began creating art by cutting and painting sheets of paper by hand and supervised the creation of the lithographs until his death in Blue Nude IV , the first of the four nudes, took a notebook of studies and two weeks' work of cutting-and-arranging before the resulting artefact satisfied him. In the event, Matisse finally arrived at his favorite pose, for all four works—intertwining legs and an arm stretching behind the neck. The posture of the nude woman is like the posture of a number of seated nudes made in the first years of the s, ultimately, the posture derives from the reposed figures of Le bonheur de vivre.
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The title of this painting is taken from the refrain of Charles Baudelaire's poem, Invitation to a Voyage , in which a man invites his lover to travel with him to paradise. The landscape is likely based on the view from Paul Signac's house in Saint-Tropez, where Matisse was vacationing. Most of the women are nude in the manner of a traditional classical idyll , but one woman - thought to represent the painter's wife - wears contemporary dress. This is Matisse's only major painting in the Neo-Impressionist mode, and its technique was inspired by the Pointillism of Paul Signac and Georges Seurat. He differs from the approach of those painters, however, in the way in which he outlines figures to give them emphasis.
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