Matisse: A Portrait of the Artist and the Man

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ILLUSTRATIONS

COLOUR PLATES
A.Liseuse sur fond noir ( 1939)frontispiece
B.Portrait de Derainfacing page 40
C.Le Luxe ( 1907)64
D.La liseuse distraite ( 1919)96
E.Odalisque à la culotte grise ( 1927)128
F.La robe blanche ( 1946)after page 160
G.La robe jaune et la robe écossaise (Les deux amies) ( 1941)
facing page 172
H.Jazz (Cut paper design from book) ( 1947)192

MONOCHROME PLATES
between pages 80 and 81
1. Notre Dame
2. Nu debout
3. Zulma
4. La Coiffeuse
5. Roses, gueules-de-loup et iris
6. Portrait de l'artiste
7. Le nu bleu (Souvenir de Biskra)
8. Sculpture et vase persan
9. Poissons rouges et sculpture
10. La Danse
11. La femme aux yeux verts
12. Le chasseur de papillons
13. Tête de jeune femme
14. Paysage Marocain: Tanger
15. L'arbre près de l'étang de Trivaux
16. La fenêtre bleue
17. Le peintre et son modèle
18. La fenêtre
19. La leçon de piano
between pages 112 and 113
20. Intérieur: L'étui à violon
21. La ceinture verte
22. Nice: Intérieur: Jeune femme à la fenêtre (Le boudoir)

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Illustrations 9
  • Introduction And Notes on the Illustrations 11
  • Foreword 17
  • I- The Pure Act of Painting 21
  • II- Fauves and Odalisques 57
  • IV- Crystal Light 110
  • V- Black and White 119
  • VI- The Sculptor 138
  • VII- In Search of the Absolute 143
  • VIII- The Road to Paradise 179
  • Index 214
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