Influenced by the newly established Fauvism movement in the 1920s, Henri Matisse adopted the use of bright and vibrant colours in his sensual paintings of models in fresh interiors as can be seen in his Odalisque paintings one of which sold for £80.8 million at Christie's in 2018. Here, the bold strokes and radiant sunlight is captured by world-famous art forger turned "Genuine Fakes" artist John Myatt.
This majestic masterpiece is the perfect way to add a touch of art history to your home, complemented by a bespoke gold frame moulded from original designs by 18th century cabinet-maker Thomas Chippendale.
Read more about John Myatt's incredible story here.
Medium: Mixed Media
Subjects: Figurative, Colour & Light, Florals, Portraits, Figurative
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