Jazz (Henri Matisse)
Jazz (1947) is an artist's book of about one hundred prints based on paper cutouts by Henri Matisse. Tériade, a noted 20th century art publisher, arranged to have Matisse's cutouts rendered as pochoir (stencil) prints.
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... simple forms from brightly colored paper painted to his specifications with gouache,then arranged them on another sheet of gouache-painted paper ... As Matisse began,he used a large fluid brush to write notes to himself on construction paper about his thoughts as he created the images ... The simple visual appearance of the words pleased Matisse,and he suggested using his roughly painted words in juxtaposition with the images,rather than the ...
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