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Henri Matisse: Cut-outs, Drawing With Scissors (Tapa Dura)

Modelo 9783836536295
Fabricante o sello TASCHEN
Peso 3.71 Kg.
Precio:   $4,699.00 $3,959.00
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- Idioma: Ingles
- Formato: Papel -Tapa Dura
- Editorial: Taschen
- ISBN-13: 9783836536295
- Páginas: 334
- Dimensiones: 38.10cm. x 29.21cm. x 3.81cm.
- Peso: 3.71 kg.

- Descripción:
Drawing with scissors: The revolutionary late-period work by Matisse A  Towards the end of his monumental career as a painter, sculptor, and lithographer, an elderly, sickly Matisse was unable to stand and use a paintbrush for a longer period of time. In this late phase of his lifeahe was almost 80 years of ageahe developed the technique of a˜carving into color, creating bright, bold paper cut-outs. Though dismissed by some contemporary critics as the folly of a senile old man, these gouaches decoupees (gouache cut-outs) in fact represented a revolution in modern art, a whole new medium that re-imagined the age-old conflict between color and line. This fresh, standard TASCHEN edition of our original prize-winning XL volume provides a thorough historical context to Matisses cut-outs, tracing their roots in his 1930 trip to Tahiti, through to his final years in Nice. It includes many photos of Matisse, some rare color images, by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Brassai, and the filmmaker Murnau and text from Matisse, Picasso, publisher E. Teriade, the poets Louis Aragon, Henri Michaux, and Pierre Reverdy, and Matisses son-in-law, Georges Duthuit. In their deceptive simplicity, the cut-outs achieved both a sculptural quality and an early minimalist abstraction which would profoundly influence generations of artists to come. Exuberant, multi-hued, and often grand in scale, these works are true pillars of 20th century art, and as bold and innovative to behold today as they were in Matisses lifetime.
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