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Henri Matisse:Femme Nue
Femme Nue, 1927
Drawing on paper
Unique, Stamped monogram
33 x 23.5 cm (13 x 9 1/4 cm)

Matisse's 'Femme Nue' (1927), is a unique drawing in which the fluidity and boldness of the line is a prelude to his famous Nude Cut-Outs, recently shown at the Tate Modern.

Previously included in Madame Jean Matisse’s own private collection, this work displays Matisse’s typical and highly attractive, sensual style.

Matisse’s Nudes also echo his encounters with Picasso as parallels can certainly be seen between the styles of the two artists in the depiction of the female body.

The founder of Fauvism, Matisse's works are frequently the subject of exhibitions, and can be found in public art museums worldwide.

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