An extraordinary exhibit of Matisse opens at The Tate in Great Britain in April featuring 120 of his “cutouts” from collections around the world. I was drooling enviously and then read it will at MOMA in New York October 2014 through February 2015…dreaming now of a holiday trip to NYC.
And don’t miss this short video of Matisse wielding the scissors. Also, the Matisse picture book shown for children is such fun! HENRI’S SCISSORS by Jeannette Winter.
(Via the Book Patrol)
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