Matisse’S Marguerite: Model Daughter
More than 40 prints, drawings, sculpture, and paintings of the artist’s daughter Marguerite offer a rare look at a more personal aspect of Henri Matisse’s life and work. Born in 1894, when the artist was struggling to achieve recognition for his art, Marguerite soon appears in sketches as a little girl of six or seven, and by the time she was 12 she was a frequent participant in the life of his studio and would often take on important roles in major paintings.
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