Lithograph printed by Mourlot for an exhibition of Matisse's Sculptures at the Tate Gallery.
Exhibition posters are a great way to collect a piece of art history. Many artists, including Henri Matisse, are famous for designing their own exhibition posters, seeing these prints as an extension of gallery and museum exhibitions.
Henri Matisse's vivid color palettes, expressive brushstrokes and flat graphic forms helped define the aesthetics of Fauvism and the goals of Modernism itself. The French artist worked in painting, drawing, printmaking, collage and sculpture, often focusing on simplified human figures and floral motifs.
Exhibition - Sculpture - Impressionism
The Tate Gallery
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