Henri Matisse - Nu bleu I, 1952
|Art Club price (10%)||CHF 4.95|
Art on the fridge
Postcards, invitations, photos, timetables, recipes, shopping lists—fridge doors are home to a regular culture of remembrance. So it is only natural that they should pay homage to art, too. The magnets featuring works from the Beyeler Collection are particularly eye-catching and turn every fridge into a miniature art gallery.
"Nu bleu I" was created t two years before Henri Matisse’s death. In his late work, the artist turned to scissors and paper as a means of further simplifying his pictorial language. He breathed monumental life into complex figures and forms with this highly efficient artistic technique. Indeed, it is in Matisse’s simplest works that his genius, and significance within the history of 20th-century art, can perhaps be seen most clearly.
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|Size||8 x 5.5 cm|