The exhibition Baroque in Rome – The wonder of the…
At the Quirinal Stables, from March 5 to June 21, 2015 is on display Matisse Arabesque curated by Ester Coen
Henri Emile Benoît Matisse (Le Cateau-Cambresis, December 31, 1869 – Nice, November 3, 1954) was a painter, engraver, illustrator and French sculptot.
Matisse is one of the most popular artists of the twentieth century, the most prominent exponent of the artistic movement of the Fauves.
Will be showcasing about 100 works, including paintings, drawings and costumes as part of the production by Henri Matisse.
Will be exposed the best masterpieces from the most important museums in America and Europe, in particular from the Pushkin Museum in Moscow and in St. Petersburg whose collections of Matisse are among the richest and most famous in the world.
The exhibition will revive the pomp and the delicacy of the ancient world of Matisse highlighting in particular the influence of the East on his artistic production.
The French artist developed his passion for oriental influences gradually thanks to the spread also in Paris North African and Japanese art and its travel that followed since 1906.
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Where: Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome
Hours: From 10am to 8pm from Sunday to Thursday
From 10 to 10:30pm on Friday and Saturday
Tickets price: Adults € 12.00 Reduced € 9.50, Reduced 7-18 years € 6.00
Free admission until 6 years