Matisse - "The Dance" - (first version; 1909)

Movement and Dance There is something so timeless about Matisse's blue period. Henri Matisse, The Dance,, 1910 (MoMA)

Henri Matisse, Nuit de Noël, 1952

Matisse Cutouts - These look like a stained glass window. I painted this on a pillar in the basement with five blue dancing cutouts on the bottom.

Original Design Art Deco Henri Matisse Flowers by RedGateArts, £12.50

Original Design Art Deco Henri Matisse Flowers Poster Print Bauhaus Vouge 1920's Romantic Garden Floral Bird

"There are always flowers for those who want to see them" - Henri Matisse // Flowers Poster Print Bauhaus Vouge Romantic Garden Floral Bird

Matisse~! Def my favorite artist to study in art class! I love the balance of the curved lines and boldness of this piece. Also has such a free, joyful vibe! Creative inspiration! #TopshopPromQueen

Verve - Nu bleu VII

By Henri Matisse Nu bleu/ La danse/ La chevelure, Atelier Mourlot, Paris.

Henri Matisse 'La Danse' 1948

sunflower-mama: “ artimportant: “ Henri Matisse - ‘La Danse’, 1948 ” holy hell, i want this on my body ”

Collage - Henri Matisse 'dibujar con tijeras' - Francia

El Mejor Post de Henri Matisse - El rey del cromatismo

Oil Paintings of 1 Two Dancers Study for Rouge et Noir 1938 Fauvism Modernism Henri Matisse Art for sale by Artists

Henri Matisse; brief analysis of The Dance (1910)

Henri Matisse Biography, Art, and Analysis of Works

Henri Matisse, Nasturtiums with The Dance II,1912 on ArtStack #henri-matisse #art

Henri Matisse, Les Capucines (Nasturtiums with The Dance II), oil on canvas, 193 x 114 cm, Pushkin Museum - Henri Matisse - Wikipedia

A great poster of Henri Matisse's painting La Danse ("Dance") - A definitive work of Modernism Fine Art! Ships fast. 11x17 inches. Need Poster Mounts..?

Henri Matisse Dance Art Poster 11x17

Henri Matisse - "Dance 1909 oil on canvas at the Museum of Modern Art in New York X

Henri Matisse, Dance II

Henri Matisse, Dance (II), 1910 Style: Fauvism This was a commission piece by Sergei Shchukin. It reflects Matisse's incipient fascination with primitive art and uses a classic Fauvist colour palette.