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Wassily Kandinsky. Russian painter and art theorist. 1866-1944

Wassily Kandinsky - Interior (My Dining Room), 1909 at Lenbachhaus Art Gallery Munich Germany One of my favorite painters!

Henri Matisse  ~  The three sisters, 1916-14

French), Les Trois Sœurs (The Three Sisters), Oil on canvas, H: 92 cm. by Henri Matisse. Museums: Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris;

Henri Matisse, Bay of Nice, 1918

Henri Matisse (French, The Bay of Nice, 1916 Oil on canvas; 35 x 28 in. x cm) Private collection © 2012 Succession H. Matisse / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Henri Matisse (1869 - 1954) | Impressionism | Olive Trees - 1898

Henri Matisse - Olive Trees, 1898 - Pushkin Museum of Fine Art, Moscow

Henri MATISSE (1869-1954), La porte de la Casbah, 1912-1913, huile sur toile, musée Pouchkine, Moscou.

Henri Matisse, Entrance to the Kasbah, 1912 I just read Chasing Matisse. wonder if this is the Kasbah entrance he found from in his search.

Henri Matisse: Painted at Collioure in late spring 1907, Les Pivoines combines the gestural brushwork of Fauvism with the abstract, intangible space of Matisse's revolutionary decorative mode. Within weeks of its creation, Les Pivoines was acquired for the Galerie Bernheim-Jeune by the critic Félix Fénéon, said to possess the most discerning eye for modern art in all of Paris

Work: Henri Matisse – "Les Pivoines", From Matisse's Fauvist period, the work is a still-life with vivid colors depicting a pot of flowers. It was painted two years after Matisse and André Derain began working with bright and bold forms and colors.


Matisse' paintings are always an inspiration for me for Interesting Colorways, Home."Interior with Phonograph", 1924 Henri Matisse

Henri Matisse, Interior with a Dog (The Magnolia Branch) on ArtStack #henri-matisse #art

bofransson: “ Interior with a Dog (also known as The Magnolia Branch) Henri Matisse - 1934 ”