Henri Matisse | Maison de la Pensee Francaise | 1950 | Exhibition Poster | Home Decor
La Maison de la Pensee Française, home to exhibitions, conferences and performances, opened in Paris at the end of World War II and remained a driving force in French cultural life through the 1960s. Matisse created this image for an exhibition of his own works using his "papiers decoupes" (cut-paper collages) technique which he had famously begun working with in the early 1950s.
Artist: Henri Matisse
Museum-quality poster made on thick and long-lasting matte (uncoated) paper.
Paper weight: 200 gsm / 80 lb
Frames are NOT included in the sale of the print. Frames are for display purposes only.
Prints are shipped usually within 1 week of payment receipt.
Express Shipping on demand (email@example.com).
FREE SHIPPING on orders $35 and up (Discount code: FREESHIPPING35 at checkout)