Matisse: A Portrait of the Artist and the Man

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INDEX

M. stands for Matisse, Henri
(a) GENERAL
Absolute, M.'s quest for (Denis quoted), 43
Abstract art, M.'s attitude toward, 196
Académie Matisse, 76-8; at rue de Sévres convent, 72-3
Académies, Ateliers, generally: d'Art Sacré, 197; Bonnat, 42; Cabanel, 65; Camillo, 32; Gustave Moreau, 32, 35, 41; Julian, 26-9, 42; see Carrière
Agutte, Georgette (Mme M. Sembat), 68n, 146
Aix-en-Provence, Cézanne at, 40
Ajaccio, M. at, 40, 41
Albert D. Lasker Collection, New York, 153
Albi Museum, 159
Alcoforado, Marianne ('la religieuse portugaise'), 133
Algeria, Algiers, M. in, 12, 64, 78, 87, 98
Altamira, Ariège, and other caves, M.'s interest in, 195-6
Aman-Jean, Edmond, 57
America, M.'s three visits to, 12, 143; M. on museums of, 143
André, Albert, 207
Antibes, Bonnard at, 101
Antoinette (model), 13, 152; Pl. 21, Pl. 30, Pl. 29
Apollinaire, Guillaume, 46, 61, 70, 77, 171, 209; on the classical elements in M., 71-2
Apollo (of Tenea), 142
Arabesques as element of M.'s style, 34, 38, 43, 70, 85, 102, 114, 126, 141, 142, 173; in pottery of the Moghreb, 105
Aragon, Louis, on M., 23, 77, 96, 130, 132, 133, 141, 142, 156, 159, 170, 171, 196-7, 198, 204-5, 208, 211; on M.'s 'Celtic eye', 23; on M. as sculptor, 141, 142
Armchairs, M.'s paintings of, 159
Arras, M. visits museums of, 24
'Artistes Français, Les', attitude of to Salon d' Automne, 59
Ascher hangings, M. designs, 179
Assisi, St. Damien Chapel at, 201
Assy, Notre Dame de Toute Grace at, 197, 200
Austere painting, examples of M.'s, 14, 15
Aviaries, M.'s liking for, 12, 166, 171-2
Bagnols Museum, 207
Baignères, Paul, 30
Baltimore Art Museum, 43, 93, 153, 155, 191
'Bande Noire' painters, 36
Banyuls, Maillol at, 64-5, 77n
Barnes, Dr., 47, 152
Barnes Foundation (Merion), 12, 35, 43, 64, 65, 70, 80, 94, 113, 143, 146, 148, 193 seqq.
Barr, Alfred H., Jr., 43, 74, 77, 91, 148, 152, 203, 204
Barrès, Maurice133
Barry, Joseph, A., 205
Barye, Antoine Louis: 'Jaguar devouring hare', 46; 'Tiger', 141
Baudelaire, Charles, 46, 87, 131, 132
Beauvais, 15, 179
Beaux-Arts teaching, 27, 28, 39n
Belivacque (model), 73
Belle-Isle, Brittany, 36, 37
Bénédite, Léonce, 39n
Béraud, Jean, 39n
Berenson, 64
Bergson, M. takes to reading, 187, 188
Berlin, M. shows in (G. Stein's account), 78-9; the 1913 Secession, 110; Kronprinzin Palast, 1926, 110
Bernard, Emile, 36, 37, 39, 173
Bernheim, Gaston, 49, 51, 52, 102
Bernheim, Josse, 51, 52
Bernheim Galleries, 25n, 104, 119; M.'s contract with, 52, 78; exhibition of M.'s Moroccan pictures, 89
Bertin, Celia, 77
Besnard, M. and Mme Albert, 57
Besson, George, 77, 98, 99, 99n, 100, 101, 145, 149, 181
Biette, 42
Biskra, M.'s 1906 visit to, 12, 77, 86
Blanche, Jacques-Emile, 28, 36, 57, 77, 118; on M.'s 'technique of suppression', 93; on M.'s painting generally, 116
Blue, M.'s great liking for, 43, 49
'Blue nude' burnt in effigy, New York, 1913, 43
Blum, Léon, 57
Blum, René, 194
Bohain, Matisse family at, 24, 49, 86n
'Boldini hats', 44
Bompard, Mme Juliette, 203
Bonington, R. P., 30
Bonnard, Pierre, 26, 101, 126, 129, 160, 179, 197
Bonnat, Léon, 25, 27
Bordeaux Museum, 160

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  • 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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