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"Published on the occasion of the reopening of the Cone Collection, April 22, 2001."
Includes bibliographical references (pages )
Foreword -- The poetics of vision / Jack Flam -- Looking at Matisse -- Early works -- Blue Nude and related sculptures -- The early years in Nice -- Matisse's late style.
"Matisse in The Cone Collection: The Poetics of Vision is an exploration of the artist's work through the rich holdings of The Baltimore Museum of Art - one of the most comprehensive collections of Matisse's art in the world. The Cone sisters, Claribel and Etta, acquired their first works by Henri Matisse in 1906 and, over the next four decades, went on to collect major examples from almost every phase of his long career. Although best known for his vibrant paintings of exotically dressed young models and lush interiors, Matisse also worked in sculpture and drawing, often using these mediums to explore a single artistic idea in various ways. As revealed in The Cone Collection, Matisse expressed his love of color, texture, and pattern throughout a career that spanned many styles, from Impressionism to near abstraction."--Jacket.