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Portrait de sa Fille

Item Code: HM-2-1-s
Medium
Etching
Date of Work
1920
Edition Number
149
Edition Size
1000
Signed
Signed
Height (cm)
14.1
Width (cm)
10
Base price $9,254
Includes free standard framing and uk delivery
Matisse made more portraits of his daughter, Marguerite, than of all the other members of his family combined. Matisse approached these portraits of Marguerite with an intimacy that is not necessarily seen in his other works.

Signed original etching on chine-colle.

From the suite Cinquate Dessins par Henri Matisse.

Printed in an edition of 1000.

Printed by Victor Jacquemin master etcher and printer.

Henri Matisse PortraitMatisse was born in 1869 in Northern France. By 1891 he had abandoned his law degree and started to paint. In Paris, Matisse studied art briefly at the Académie Julian and the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. He embraced a new range of influences, abandoning the Impressionistic palette and establishing his own style with brilliant colour and fluid line. His subjects were primarily women, interiors, and still lifes.

From the early 1920s until 1939, Matisse divided his time between the South of France and Paris. While recuperating from two major operations in 1941 and 1942, he concentrated on a technique he had devised earlier, ‘papiers découpés’ (paper cutouts), which would prove hugely influential, and was one of the first painters to take an interest in “primitive” art. He died on November 3, 1954, in Nice.
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