New at Pentagram: ‘Matisse as Printmaker’
11 November, 2009, 10:42 pm
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Henri Matisse is best known as a painter and colorist, but for over 50 years he was also an accomplished printmaker who worked in many forms of print media. Luke Hayman has designed the catalogue for “Matisse as Printmaker,” a new exhibition at the Baltimore Museum of Art that features over 150 of Matisse’s print works, including etchings, monotypes, aquatints, lithographs and linocuts. The exhibited prints come from the holdings of the Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation and from the BMA’s own extensive collection. The catalogue is published by the American Federation of the Arts.

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