Life + Objects that Inspired MatisseJuly 12, 2017 / byKristin Nicholas / Categories : Feeds
I got the garden in. I know - very late. But it doesn't matter. Everything will take off like crazy considering the now hot and humid weather. I'm still planting sunflowers! They will bloom in September. I have faith.
Last week, Julia and I snuck off to my sister Laurie's close to Boston for a day and a night. The occasion was the last days of the Matisse In the Studio Exhibit at the MFA. I don't have much time to write about it but I did take some photos for you all.
The handmade handstitched curtain you see in the photo above.
The premise of the exhibit was to show the objects Matisse found inspiration from for his paintings. This was right down my alley as I look to beautiful handmade objects from other lands for my inspiration.
It was a fantastic exhibition but because we were two days before closing, it was quite crowded and difficult to take photos.
When we walked in one of the rooms, we saw this painting. A fave for sure.
Here is the pewter jug that Matisse painted and loved. He painted it many times in different paintings.
A gorgeous Moroccan handpainted table that also is featured in Matisse's paintings.
I love these tables. I have one and have painted it. So beautiful.
A gorgeous textile with a blurry photo of one of the paintings it was featured in.
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