La Bateau by Matisse was cut out of gouache colored paper in 1953.
Cutting into color reminds me of the sculptor's direct carving.
La Bateau by Matisse was hung upside down in the MoMa in 1961.
Seek the strongest color effect possible... the content is of no importance.
La Bateau by Matisse had remained in this way for 47 days—even his son hadn’t caught on.
There are always flowers for those who want to see them.
La Bateau by Matisse had been viewed by 116,000 visitors during this time.
Would not it be best to leave room to mystery?
La Bateau by Matisse was viewed three times by a stockbroker, Genevieve Habert.
What I dream of is an art of balance, of purity and serenity, devoid of troubling or depressing subject matter, an art which could be for every mental worker, for the businessman as well as the man of letters, for example, a soothing, calming influence on the mind, something like a good armchair which provides relaxation from physical fatigue.
La Bateau by Matisse had produced a “‘stabbing certainty’” of an inversion, which propelled Habert that third evening to notify security, journalists, and at last the appalled curators.
The essential thing is to spring forth, to express the bolt of lightning one senses upon contact with a thing. The function of the artist is not to translate an observation but to express the shock of the object on his nature; the shock, with the original reaction.
La Bateau by Matisse had been elsewhere displayed correctly, but also hung this way before—recorded older framing holes.
Exactitude is not truth.
La Bateau by Matisse is a paper-cut of a blue boat and its reflection beneath.
When I put a green, it it not grass. When I put a blue, it is not the sky.
La Bateau by Matisse is still housed in the MoMa; it's forever housed in the 1961 headlines as well.
Impressionism is the newspaper of the soul.
La Bateau by Matisse was created near the end of his life.
I wouldn't mind turning into a vermilion goldfish.
N.B. italicized lines are quotes from Matisse; further facts have been gathered from Wikipedia, artsy.net, and the New York Daily News.