Henri Matisse: Beasts of the Sea, Poster

About the Artist

Henri Matisse (1869–1954) was a revolutionary French painter, printmaker, draftsman, and sculptor. He is widely recognized as the leader of fauvism, a modern art movement characterized by the use of strong color and bold, expressive brushstrokes. He drew and painted from nature, frequently depicting still-life scenes and placing figures of women in fully realized interiors. Later, Matisse created cut-paper collages using a technique he referred to as “painting with scissors.”

Henri Matisse: Beasts of the Sea, Poster

# 6477

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Featuring Henri Matisse's Beasts of the Sea (1950) from the National Gallery of Art's permanent collection, this poster will be a colorful addition to your home or office.

  • 19 × 38 inches

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