Blue Nude II (Henri Matisse)
Blue Nudes II is part of a series of Blue Nudes by Henri Matisse produced in 1952 and kept in Paris at the National Museum of Modern Art.
The Blue Nudes is a series of color lithographs by Henri Matisse made from cut-outs depicting nude figures in various positions.
Restricted by his physical condition after his surgery for stomach cancer, Matisse began creating art by cutting and painting sheets of paper by hand and supervised the creation of the lithographs until his death in 1954.
Henri Matisse’s Blue Nudes is a series of four lithographs of nude female figures made using his cut-out technique in blue painted paper.
The Blue Nudes exemplify the last stage of Matisse’s life and the culmination of his life-long artistic quest.
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- Printed on 300 gr matt coated paper.
- The design is surrounded by a white border.
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