The vibrant work that Matisse built on the walls of his studio allowed him to escape his frail body.
The Daily Pic: In 1913, New Yorker Robert Winthrop Chandler was a successful radical, until he got swamped by Matisse and Duchamp.
In 1913, Matisse returned from Morocco and reestablished himself in Pairs.
Many artists wind down in their twilight years, but not Matisse.
I think of Monet and Matisse and to a lesser extent Cezanne.
That is why he, and not Matisse, is master of the modern movement.
There was a little Hungarian Jew, an ardent follower of Matisse.
He brushes in his landscapes broadly by planes of light and dark, somewhat in the very early manner of Matisse.
And in Matisse there is no trace of the awkward or the stiff.
De Segonzac also uses attenuated colours in a broad manner after Matisse.