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Rêver à trois aubergines... | Writings
Rêver à trois aubergines... | Writings

Rêver à trois aubergines... | Writings

9782844265593 €10.50

Summary

A captivating text which explores Matisse's personality and work.

The book belongs to the collection of essays published by the Centre Pompidou, essential to understand the most important artists of the modern and contemporary art.

Description

An essential text to discover how much Intérieur aux aubergines is a key to understand the revolutionary side of the painter's work.

Of all the works by Matisse which are still in France, Intérieur aux aubergines is without doubt one of the most important. It was in the autumn of 1911 that the artist painted the interior of his studio, with its view of the mountain at Collioure. It is a dazzling painting of unbelievable modernity.

Dominique Fourcade, poet of sensitivity and conaisseur of the work, tells the unusual story of this painting, bought by the Steins, then bought back by the artist to donate to the Musée de Grenoble.

Characteristics

Binding : softcover
Language : French

EAN
9782844265593
Number of pages
52
Number of illustrations
1
Publication date
Dimensions
130 mm x 18,5 cm x 6 mm
Author
Publisher
Centre Pompidou
Categories
Books, Writings - Anthologies
Topics
Essays on art
Artist
Henri Matisse