Matisse is widely regarded as a painter, rightly so, but he was also a dedicated draughtsman and printmaker. Over the course of his life he produced more than 800 prints in a range of techniques, from woodcuts to lithography, believing “each technique feeds the other”.
In 1906, Matisse met the fiery Catalan Picasso. Although eleven years his junior, Picasso would become both a lifelong friend and key artistic rival. Matisse would cheekily refer to their relationship as a ‘boxing match’.
We use archival inks on museum quality, medium weight paper for all our posters. Thus ensuring your piece is long-lasting and beautifully finished.
Our frames are made from locally sourced, sustainable Victorian Ash. The timber is milled, hand sanded and painted, right here in Melbourne. We use museum grade plexiglass for a very modern gallery look.
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