The Last Works of Henri Matisse: Large Cut Gouaches

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INDEX OF COLOR PLATES
The color reproductions in this volume were made by Fernand Mourlot in Paris. As in those made during the artist's lifetime, the brush strokes visible in the gouache paint of the originals have been omitted, Matisse having conceived the designs in pure flat hues. Dates enclosed in parentheses do not appear on the works of art. All works are in gouache on cut- and-pasted paper unless otherwise noted. In dimensions, height precedes width. M.W.
A Creole Dancer. 1950. Gouache and crayon on cut-and-pasted paper, 6′8¾″ x 47¼″. Museums of the City of Nice, France.
B-C The Swimming Pool. Design for wall ceramic (detail). ( 1952). 7′6½″ x 53′11¾″. Private collection.
D Souvenir of Oceania. 1953. Gouache and crayon on cut-and-pasted paper, 9′4¾″ x 9′4¾″. Private collection.
E Blue Nude,The Frog. ( 1952).55½ x 52¾″. Private collection.
F-G Sorrows of the King. 1952. 9′7¼′ x 12′8″. Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris.
H Standing Blue Nude. ( 1952). 44½ x 29″. Private collection.
I Blue Nude with Flowing Hair. 1952. 42½ x 31½″. Private collection.
J Nuit de Noël. Design for a stained glass window. 1952. 10′7″ x 53½″. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Time Inc.
K Chinese Fish. Design for a stained glass window. 1951. Gouache and crayon on cut-and-pasted paper, 6′3¼″ x 35¾″. Private collection.
L Venus. ( 1952). 39¾ x 30¼″. Private collection.
M Seated Blue Nude, No. 1. 1952. 41¾ x 30¾″. Private collection.
N-O Large Decoration with Masks. Design for wall ceramic (detail). 1953. 11′7¾″ x 32′10¾″. Private collection.
P Woman with Amphora. ( 1952).64½ x 19″. Private collection.

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  • Title Page 3
  • Acknowledgments 5
  • The Last Works of Henri Matisse · Large Cut Gouaches 7
  • Selected Bibliography 44
  • Catalogue of the Exhibition 45
  • Index of Color Plates 47
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