Outside of the pervasive Picasso, few other artists have influenced the world of modern art more than Henri Matisse (1869-1954). After realizing an interest in art at age 21, Matisse explored styles ranging from traditional impressionism to pointillism and Fauvism, in which he would create a series of gouaches découpées using solid swaths of gouache-stained paper. Signifying distance and volume, Matisse’s use of blue became a hallmark of his later work, of which this digital print is a wonderful example.
Jacques Blanc launched Nouvelles Images in 1957 with postcards depicting work of then-contemporary artists. Today the brand aims to inject personality into your space with new and iconic prints and illustrations in the form of posters, cards, calendars, and decals. Its most recognizable products are reproductions of works by Keith Haring and Roy Lichtenstein.
Print comes unframed. Open edition.