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Four Female Muses Who Shaped Henri Matisse

Four Female Muses Who Shaped Henri Matisse

The female figure dominated Henri Matisse’s work, and here are four key women whose likenesses were featured in the Rhythm and Meaning exhibition at Johannesburg’s Standard Bank Gallery Amélie (Portrait of Madame Matisse, 1905, oil on canvas, 46cm x 38cm) Henri Matisse met Amélie Parayre

Free Shuttle Service to Matisse Exhibition

Free Shuttle Service to Matisse Exhibition

All roads lead to the Matisse exhibition with a Standard Bank Art sponsored Shuttle Service Henri Matisse: Rhythm and Meaning is the much anticipated Matisse exhibition which opened at Johannesburg’s Standard Bank Gallery recently. Art lovers can experience the genius and versatility of the French modernist master’s first

Henri Matisse: Rhythm and Meaning

Henri Matisse: Rhythm and Meaning

An extract from the catalogue accompanying the exhibition Henri Matisse: Rhythm and Meaning, edited by Federico Freschi and published by the Standard Bank Gallery, 2016. Henri Matisse (1869-1954) is probably one of the best-known and most widely appreciated artists of the 20th century. Even in his own lifetime, Matisse enjoyed

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