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Henri Matisse White Alga on Red and Green Background (exhibition print)

by Henri Matisse
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Henri Matisse White Alga on Red and Green Background (exhibition print)
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item code: 15676

Print of Henri Matisse's 'White Alga on Red and Green Background'

Orginally produced by Matisse in 1947 as part of his cut-out work.

Print size 30 cm x 40 cm and includes a white border.

  • Exhibition Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs
  • Artist Henri Matisse
  • Artwork White Alga on Red and Green Background
  • Dimensions 30 cm x 40 cm (paper)
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