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Henri Matisse (1869-1954), "Madame Monchaux" Framed Hand Signed Unique Original Pencil Drawing with Certificate of Authenticity Issued and Signed by Wanda de Guebriant.
Item #250935

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10 x 13


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"Madame Monchaux" is an original pencil drawing on paper by Henri Matisse (1869-1954). This piece is hand signed, dated, and also bears a hand-written message from Matisse that reads "En hommage a Madame Monchaux". This piece is accompanied by a photo certificate issued and signed by Wanda de Guebriant as well as a hand-written letter and envelope by Matisse to Monsieur Monchaux, the husband of Madame Monchaux, whom the drawing depicts and is dedicated to. This piece comes framed. Includes Letter of Authenticity. Measures approx. 26.5" x 30" (frame), 10" x 13" (image).

Pierre H. Matisse, was born in Paris, France. His parents were both artists, his father, a sculpture, and his mother a painter and cermist. Being the grandson of the renowned Henry Matisse, Pierre grew up surrounded by the art scene of France. Growing up, Pierre was introduced to some of the most famous artists of the century: Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Fernand Leger, and of course his own grandfather Henri Matisse. Pierre helped his father in his studio, and studied painting with his mother and his grandfather. During the war years, Pierre studied at L'Academie de la Grande Chaumiere and Les Courd d'Art du Soir de la Ville De Paris. The majority of Pierre's works are oil paintings executed with a pallete knife in a heavy impasto technique. Currently Pierre Matisse resides in Florida with his wife Jeanne. Several of his landscape paintings are included in the Deland Mueseum of Art's permenant collection, as well as corperate collections including General Mills. Pierre Matisse's life has been chronicled in two books and several feature articles.

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