Henri Matisse (1869-1954) is without doubt, the most important twentieth-century French artist, and one of the main ones in the history working with color. Matisse's work utterly refutes the notion that the great discoveries of modernism were made by violently rejecting the past. His work was grounded in tradition and in a much less restless and ironic approach to it than Picasso's. 

Henri Matisse

Sarah Wilson
96pp./ 83il./ 28 x 20 cm./ Hardcover with jacket

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