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  • "His Sharpie phalluses offer a stark contrast to the colorful hues of the ad, with simple lines recalling Henri Matisse's nudes."

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  • PARIS - Three men are being formally investigated over the theft of five famous paintings by artists including Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse from a French museum, the Paris Prosecutor's office said on Saturday, in a heist worth $130 million.

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  • PARIS Reuters - Three men are being formally investigated over the theft of five famous paintings by artists including Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse from a French museum, the Paris Prosecutor's office said on Saturday, in a heist worth $130 million.

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  • It becomes a pastoral landscape of a type familiar in Venetian painting of the Renaissance, as well as in more modern works such as Henri Matisse's "Bonheur de Vivre" (1906) in the Barnes Foundation, a bucolic idyll that seems to recall a golden age, a garden of paradise.

    Frankenthaler's New Way of Making Art

  • Art critics worldwide have compared the quilts from the collective to works of renowned artists such as Henri Matisse and Paul Klee.

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  • Art critics worldwide have compared the quilts from the collective to works of renowned artists such as Henri Matisse and Paul Klee.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Suggestive of Henri Matisse's post-Moroccan period, the roughly four-foot-square "Tree" c. 1973 is inventive, delicate and light-filled.

    Showcasing Fabric of Art

  • A four-way bidding war also erupted over Pablo Picasso's "The Women of Algeria, Version L," a somber, smoky-hued harem scene the artist painted in 1955 as he mourned the death of his artistic foil, Henri Matisse.

    Christie's $156M Sale Falls Short of Forecast

  • His penetrating essays on the nature of perception and the motif of the room with a view would linger largely unchallenged for almost a century until Henri Matisse, in paintings such as "Open Window" 1905, transformed his subject into a threshold for 20th-century modernism.

    At the Threshold Between Art and Nature

  • They met up in Baltimore and then made their mark in Paris, where they acted as patrons to the likes of Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse—and helped change the history of art.

    On Two Coasts, Treasures Of Americans in Paris

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  • another fine worker of art

    June 9, 2011