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Henri Matisse at the Hermitage Museum



The celebrated monumental paintings include the pair of panels known as Dance and Music (both 1910), Family Portrait (1911), Conversation (between 1909-1912).
The first variant of Dance is depicted in another picture entitled Fruits, Flowers, and the Panel “Dance” (1909).

Matisse Room

Matisse’s visits to Morocco resulted in the paintings entitled Vase of Irises, Bouquet (Arum Lilies), The Moroccan Amido, Zorah Standing, Standing Moroccan in Green (Standing Riff) (all created in 1912), and the most famous work from this series - Arab Coffee House (1913).
On display are portraits created in 1909-1913 - Woman in Green (circa 1909), Girl with Tulips (1910), Portrait of the Artist’s Wife (1913).
The latest pictures by Matisse in the Hermitage collection are Ballerina (circa 1927), Young Woman in a Blue Blouse (Portrait of Lydia Delectorskaya) (1939) and Portrait of Lydia Delectorskaya (1947). | © The State Hermitage Museum











Matisse Room

La sala 440 del Museo Statale dell'Ermitage🎨 a San Pietroburgo, in Russia, è dedicata ai dipinti di Henri Matisse (1869-1954)🎨.
I celebri dipinti monumentali includono la coppia di pannelli conosciuti come Dance and Music (entrambi 1910), Family Portrait (1911), Conversation (tra il 1909-1912).
La prima variante di Dance è raffigurata in un'altra immagine intitolata Fruits, Flowers e the Panel “Dance” (1909).
Le visite di Matisse in Marocco hanno portato ai dipinti intitolati Vase of Irises, Bouquet (Arum Lilies), The Moroccan Amido, Zorah Standing, Standing Moroccan in Green (Standing Riff) (tutti creati nel 1912), e l'opera più famosa di questa serie - Arab Coffee House (1913).
In mostra i ritratti creati tra il 1909-1913 - Woman in Green (circa 1909), Girl with Tulips (1910), Portrait of the Artist's Wife (1913).
Le ultime tele di Matisse nella collezione Hermitage sono Ballerina (circa 1927), Giovane donna in camicia blu (Ritratto di Lydia Delectorskaya) (1939) ed il Ritratto di Lydia Delectorskaya (1947). | © The State Hermitage Museum




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