Brazalete a 3 hilos con piedritas blancas y dijes 🧡, y #HenriMatisse 🎨 de fondo.
“In his hundreds of drawings, representations of primly dressed and posed subjects are balanced with sketches that delve frankly into the facts of flesh and the feel of desire...Throughout, Diebenkorn refuses recourse to mythology or fantasy, the excuse so many artists before him (including, often, Matisse) had contrived to justify their renditions of enticing female bodies. Instead, through details of dress, decor, hairstyles, and an occasional casually placed cigarette, Diebenkorn asserts the reality of the moments in which his images were made.”
Our #DiebenkornDraws series continues with a woman dressed in stripes amongst recognizable decor of the artist's home in Santa Monica. Untitled, 1967, charcoal, Conté crayon, and ink on paper, 13 7/8 x 17 in. (35.2 x 43.2 cm)
Quote taken from the essay “Breaking All the Rules: The Drawings of Richard Diebenkorn and Henri Matisse” by Jodi Roberts in the exhibition catalogue Matisse/Diebenkorn. Published by The Baltimore Museum of Art and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 2016.
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At the National Gallery of art today with my parents! Had to stop by and get a little inspiration! 😍
"Open Window" by #henrimatisse
Days and days cutting paper shapes as I create the #illustration for @bypapergirl upcoming kids’ book about #matisse ‘s paper collages 🌈✂️publisher @gingkopress 📚
Femme allongée, 1941
black Conté crayon on paper
11 ¼ x 20 ¾ in.
Today’s inspiration, obsessing over Henri Matisse cut outs 🤤
‘An artist must never be a prisoner of himself, prisoner of a style, prisoner of a reputation, prisoner of success…’
“There are always flowers for those who want to see them”