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The bold simplicity of the human form and bold blocks of color in this work shows the inspiration of Giotto’s frescos, which Matisse would have seen on a trip to Italy in 1907, the same year he created this work. The dark blue sky is reminiscent of the lapis pigment used in most High Renaissance Frescos. The simple, undefined background gives this work a timeless and monumental aura, this monumentality is extended by the large scale of this work. The boy who modeled for this work was Allan Stein, the nephew of Leo and Gertrude Stein. The Steins were important patrons to many modern French painters, such as Picasso, and owned several of Matisse’s works.
SKU: 6756
Creator: Henri Matisse
Date: 1907
Original Medium: oil on canvas
Original Size: 69 3/4 x 45 15/16 in.
Location: Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Artists Rights Society (ARS)

Garçon au filet de papillons

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Garçon au filet de papillons
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The bold simplicity of the human form and bold blocks of color in this work shows the inspiration of Giotto’s frescos, which Matisse would have seen on a trip to Italy in 1907, the same year he created this work. The dark blue sky is reminiscent of the lapis pigment used in most High Renaissance Frescos. The simple, undefined background gives this work a timeless and monumental aura, this monumentality is extended by the large scale of this work. The boy who modeled for this work was Allan Stein, the nephew of Leo and Gertrude Stein. The Steins were important patrons to many modern French painters, such as Picasso, and owned several of Matisse’s works.
SKU: 6756
Creator: Henri Matisse
Date: 1907
Original Medium: oil on canvas
Original Size: 69 3/4 x 45 15/16 in.
Location: Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Artists Rights Society (ARS)

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