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Jeannie Vodden

Jeannie Vodden

Odilon Redon (French, 1840–1916). Bouquet of Flowers, probably ca. 1905. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. George B. Post, 1956 (56.50)

Matisse-style textile: 'Joy of lIfe from the Matisse Collection by Alexander Henry Fabrics on 100% quilting weight cotton. Henri Matisse collected textiles his entire life, calling this fabric collection his “working library,” and using flowers, dots and stripes to up-end the established laws of three-dimensional illusion. Inspired by this concept, these lyrical prints display some of the energy and spontaneity that was signature to Matisse’s work. Large flowers are 9-10" across...'

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