Henri Matisse, French - Geraniums, 1915 Painting Oil on canvas sight: x cm x 19 in.) framed: x x cm x 26 x 2 in.) Harvard Art Museum/Fogg Museum, Bequest from the Collection of Maurice Wertheim, Class of
Work: Henri Matisse – "Les Pivoines", From Matisse's Fauvist period, the work is a still-life with vivid colors depicting a pot of flowers. It was painted two years after Matisse and André Derain began working with bright and bold forms and colors.
Interior with a Young Girl (Girl Reading), Henri Matisse (French, Oil on canvas. // Matisse’s daughter Marguerite sits quietly, absorbed in a book—depicted with bold marks and vivid, planes of opposing and often complementary colors.