List of Works By Henri Matisse - Paintings

Paintings

Painting Name French name Year Technique/;[


Dimensions City Gallery Notes
Woman Reading 1894 Oil on canvas Paris Musée National d'Art Moderne
Gustave Moreau's Studio 1894-5 Oil on canvas 65 × 81 cm Private collection
The Maid 1896 Oil on canvas 90 × 74 cm Private collection
Dinner Table 1897 Oil on canvas Private collection
Blue Pot and Lemon c. 1897 Oil on canvas 39 × 46.5 cm St. Petersburg The Hermitage Museum
Vase of Sunflowers 1898 Oil on canvas 46 × 38 cm St. Petersburg The Hermitage Museum
Landscape, the Pink Wall Le Mur Rose 1898 Oil on canvas Private collection
Fruit and Coffee-Pot 1899 Oil on canvas 38.5 × 46.5 cm St. Petersburg The Hermitage Museum
Study of a Nude 1899 Oil on canvas 65.5 × 60 cm Tokyo Bridgestone Museum of Art
Still Life with Oranges II 1899 Oil on canvas 46.7 × 55.2 cm Saint Louis, Missouri Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum
Crockery on a Table 1900 Oil on canvas 97 × 82 cm St. Petersburg The Hermitage Museum
Male Nude 1900 Oil on canvas New York City The Museum of Modern Art
Self Portrait 1900 Oil on canvas 64 × 54 cm Private collection
Standing Model 1900-01 Oil on canvas 73 × 54 cm London Tate Gallery
Dishes and Fruit 1901 Oil on canvas 51 × 61.5 cm St. Petersburg The Hermitage Museum
The Japanese 1901 Oil on canvas 116.8 × 80 cm Private collection
The Luxembourg Gardens 1901-02 Oil on canvas 59.5 × 81.5 cm St. Petersburg The Hermitage Museum
Nude with a White Wash Towel 1902-03 Oil on canvas 81 × 59.5 cm New York City Gifford Phillips Collection
Studio under the Eaves 1903 Oil on canvas Cambridge, United Kingdom Fitzwilliam Museum
Study for Luxury, Calm, and Desire 1904 Oil on canvas 32.2 × 40.5 cm New York City The Museum of Modern Art
Luxury, Calm, and Desire Luxe, Calme, et Volupté 1904 Oil on canvas Paris Musée d'Orsay
Still Life with Vase, Bottle and Fruit 1903-6 Oil on canvas 73 × 92 cm St. Petersburg The Hermitage Museum
A Glimpse of Notre-Dame in the Late Afternoon Notre-Dame, une fin d'après-midi 1902 Oil on canvas 72.5 × 54.5 cm Buffalo, New York Albright-Knox Art Gallery
Pastoral (painting) 1905 46 × 55 cm. Paris Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
The Green Stripe La Raie Verte 1905 Oil and tempera on canvas 40.50 × 32.5 cm Copenhagen Statens Museum for Kunst
The Open Window 1905 Oil on canvas 55.3 × 46 cm Washington, D.C. National Gallery of Art
Woman with a Hat La femme au chapeau 1905 Oil on canvas 79.4 × 59.7 cm San Francisco San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
View of Collioure Les toits de Collioure 1905 Oil on canvas 59.5 × 73 cm St. Petersburg Hermitage Museum
Landscape at Collioure 1905 Oil on canvas 38.8 × 46.6 cm New York City The Museum of Modern Art
View of Collioure (The Tower) 1905 Oil on canvas 32.9 × 41.3 cm Private collection
Portrait of Andre Derain 1905 Oil on canvas 39.5 × 29 cm London Tate Gallery
Interior at Collioure 1906 Oil on canvas 60 × 78 cm Private collection
The Joy of Life Le bonheur de vivre 1905-6 Oil on canvas 175 × 241 cm Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Barnes Foundation
The Young Sailor I 1906 Oil on canvas 99 × 77.5 cm Private collection
The Young Sailor II 1906 Oil on canvas 101.6 × 81.9 cm New York City Metropolitan Museum of Art
Self-Portrait in a Striped T-shirt 1906 Oil on canvas 30 × 23 cm Copenhagen Statens Museum for Kunst
The Red Madras Headress Madras Rouge 1907 Oil on canvas 99.4 × 80.5 cm Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Barnes Foundation
Blue Nude (Souvenir de Biskra) Nu bleu: Souvenir de Biskra 1907 Oil on canvas 92 × 140 cm Baltimore Baltimore Museum of Art
The Dessert: Harmony in Red (The Red Room) 1908 Oil on canvas 180 × 220 cm St. Petersburg The Hermitage
Game of Bowls 1908 Oil on canvas 115 × 147 cm St. Petersburg The Hermitage
Bathers with a Turtle 1908 Oil on canvas 179 × 220 cm St. Louis, Missouri Saint Louis Art Museum
Portrait of Greta Moll Portrait de Greta Moll 1908 Oil on canvas 93 × 73.5 cm London Tate Modern
Dance (I) La Danse (I) 1909 Oil on canvas 260 × 390 cm New York City The Museum of Modern Art
Dance La Danse 1910 Oil on canvas 260 × 391 cm St Petersburg The Hermitage
Music La Musique 1910 Oil on canvas 260 × 389 cm St Petersburg The Hermitage
Still Life with Geraniums 1910 Oil on canvas 180 × 220 cm Munich Pinakothek der Moderne
The Red Studio L'Atelier Rouge 1911 Oil on canvas 162 × 130 cm New York City The Museum of Modern Art
The Conversation 1908-12 Oil on canvas 177 × 85⅜ cm St. Petersburg The Hermitage
Zorah on the Terrace 1912 Oil on canvas 116 × 100 cm. Moscow Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts
Le Rifain assis 1912 - 13 Oil on canvas 200 × 160 cm. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Barnes Foundation
100px Window at Tangier 1912 Oil on canvas Moscow Pushkin Museum
Woman on a High Stool Femme au tabouret 1914 Oil on canvas 147 × 95.5 cm New York City The Museum of Modern Art
French Window at Collioure Porte-fenêtre à Collioure 1914 Oil on canvas 46 × 35½ in Paris Centre Pompidou
View of Notre-Dame Une vue de Notre-Dame 1914 Oil on canvas 147.3 × 94.3 cm New York City The Museum of Modern Art
The Yellow Curtain Le rideau jaune 1915 Oil on canvas 146 × 97 cm New York City The Museum of Modern Art
The Window 1916 Oil on canvas Detroit Detroit Institute of Arts
Laurette in a Green Robe Laurette sur fond noir, robe verte 1916 Oil on canvas 73 × 54.3 cm New York City Metropolitan Museum of Art
La leçon de musique 1917 Oil on canvas
The Painter and His Model 1917 Oil on canvas
Intérieur à Nice 1920 Oil on canvas
File:Odalisque with Arms Raised.jpg Odalisque with Raised Arms Odalisque assise aux bras levés, fauteuil rayé vert 1923 Oil on canvas 68 × 64 cm Washington, D.C. National Gallery of Art
Yellow Odalisque 1926 Oil on canvas Ottawa National Gallery of Canada
The Dance II 1932 Mural 45 × 15 ft Pennsylvania Barnes Foundation
Interior with Dog Interior avec un Chien 1934 Oil on canvas Baltimore Baltimore Museum of Art
Robe violette et Anémones 1937
File:Woman in a Purple Coat.jpg Woman in a Purple Coat 1937 Oil on canvas 81 × 65.2 cm Houston, Texas Museum of Fine Arts
The Dream of 1940 Le Rêve de 1940 1940 Oil on canvas
La Blouse Roumaine 1940 Oil on canvas
File:Henri Matisse Annelies.jpg Annelies, White Tulips and Anemones 1944 Oil on canvas 60 × 73 cm Honolulu Honolulu Museum of Art
File:LAsie.jpg Asia L'Asie 1946 Oil on canvas 116 × 81 cm Private collection
File:Deux Fillettes.jpg Two Girls in a Yellow and Red Interior Deux fillettes, fond jaune et rouge 1947 Oil on canvas 61 × 49.8 cm Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Barnes Foundation
File:The Plum Blossoms.jpg The Plum Blossoms 1948 Oil on canvas 115.9 × 88.9 cm New York City The Museum of Modern Art

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