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The show also presents beautiful floral pochoirs and textile designs by Séguy.
Sonia Delaunay pochoirs prefigure Matisse's later "Jazz" cutouts, while Matisse himself shows up with a "Danse" color lithograph - red dancers on a green and black background - from the January-March 1939 issue of Verve, the magazine from whence the show gets half its subtitle.
And in July 1965 she began collaboration with Jacques Damase (b. 1931) on a book of poems and pochoirs, using documents in her possession from Robert’s collection of poems by his friends.