Henri Matisse Lithograph “Nude on a Little African Rug”
A thoughtful, barebones figurative lithograph after a quill and ink on wove paper titled “Nu allonge sur le ventre, petit tapis African” made by Henri Matisse in 1935.
Estate of Henri Matisse Editions George Pompidou and printed by SNIML in 1992.
Matisse name is embossed on the left side.
Henri Matisse is often regarded as the most important French painter of the 20th century. He was the leader of the Fauvist movement about 1900, and he pursued the expressiveness of color throughout his career. His subjects were largely domestic or figurative.
He is also known for his very sleek drawing.
|Country of Origin||France|