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Me parece que Matisse y los cappus se podrían llevar bien. #matisse #latteart #barista

4 0 Sep 24, 2018

• Matisse at work in his studio. • #matisse #artiststudio

7 0 Sep 24, 2018

Art 1 students kicked the year off by creating balanced compositions using techniques inspired by early 20th century artist, Henri Matisse. Check out that color! . . . . . #WeAreJR #rapidpride #highschoolvisualarts #art1 #studioart #matisse

1 0 Sep 24, 2018

“𝑻𝒉𝒆 𝑷𝒆𝒓𝒇𝒆𝒄𝒕 𝒊𝒎𝒑𝒆𝒓𝒇𝒆𝒄𝒕𝒊𝒐𝒏𝒔” 3’ X 4’ Oil/acrylic on canvas.

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10 1 Sep 24, 2018

Chi è il gatto più bello e simpatico del mondo? #matisse #cats #catstagram #siberiancat #love #funny #game #playing #happyness #beauty

5 0 Sep 24, 2018

Tenemos todo para que tu escritorio sea el más lindo e inspirador ...cuadernos #asamblea , clips y cuadernos glitter #moovingarg, set de escritorio #matisse . . . . #moovingarg #asamblea #matisse #glitter #notbooks #inspiration #escritorio #desk

6 0 Sep 24, 2018

🖼🎨🇷🇺 Henri Matisse - Portrait de Lydia Delectorskaya - 1933

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5 1 Sep 24, 2018

Auguri al nostro Matisse!! 5 anni di Amore!🎂 #torino #porcocanetorino #cake #birthdaycake #matisse #5 #dog #dogparty

17 1 Sep 24, 2018

Teresa Pollak This little #HenriMatisse print hangs in my bedroom. It was a gift from Theresa Pollak, an artist and early educator at #VCU. She began teaching in 1928 and taught at #VCU before it was known as VCU.She’s also the founder of the VCU School Of The Arts, currently ranked as the number one public arts college in America. vcuarts. While I have an art degree, it’s from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design. mcadedu Why did Theresa give this little print to me since I wasn’t one of her students? Well, it was her way of thanking me for my friendship and perhaps because I’d just started a school at VCU, too? We were like-minded, strong women who were educators and artists. I’ve wondered about this print. My first guess was that she brought the print back with her from her time studying in France. Today, I learned that this guess was wrong. According to Wikipedia, she says that she was most influenced by Henri Matisse and first encountered his work in a NY gallery in the 40’s. I suspect that she came home with it then. Here’s a little background from her #Wikipedia Page: Teresa Pollak, August 13, 1899 – September 18, 2002) was an American artist and art educator born in Richmond, Virginia. She was a nationally known painter, and she is largely credited with the founding of Virginia Commonwealth University's School of the Arts. She was a teacher at VCU's School of the Arts between 1928 and 1969. Her art has been exhibited in the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the Boston Museum of Fine Art, and the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, D.C. She died at the age of 103 on September 18, 2002 and was given a memorial exhibition at Anderson Gallery of Virginia Commonwealth University. She was most influenced by French post-Impressionists such as Henri Matisse whose work she first encountered at a private gallery exhibition in New York in the 1940s. “That my painting shall be moving in form, vibrantly alive, expressive of myself and of the age in which I live," was the objective of her works. She was a tireless advocate of modern art and the power of artistic expression, writing an article in defense of the exhibition of contemporary American a

3 1 Sep 24, 2018

♥️🧡♥️🧡♥️🧡♥️ abdias.castro.romero #matisse

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