Henri Matisse was one of the great initiators of the modern art movement, which uses the combination of bold primary colors and free, simple forms. During a long career, Matisse's style evolved from Impressionism to Fauvism. Matisse was influenced by his trips to Russia and North Africa.
In the 1940's Matisse turned to making collages with paper cutouts. He considered these to be among his greatest works. The bold colorful shapes of these works make excellent needlepoint projects.
18 mesh Zwiegart canvases with Matisse works optimized to be “stitcher friendly.”
Each hand-crafted canvas comes with a free art print (a $ 14.95 value) printed on archival paper which can be used as a stitching guide as well as a framed print.
Folded Notecards are available of all images on premium archival cardstock. Size: 4.62 x 6.25 inches (folded). Packages of 4 (with envelopes) at $ 9.95 per package.