Matisse’s Garden

March 21, 2016 at 8:25 pm Leave a comment

MatisseGarden Matisse’s Garden

By Samantha Friedman,
Illustrated by Christina Amodeo

One day, the French artist Henri Matisse cut a small bird out of a piece of paper. It looked lonely all by itself, so he cut out more shapes to join it. Before he knew it, Matisse had transformed his walls into larger-than-life gardens, filled with brightly colored plants, animals, and shapes of all sizes! Featuring cut-paper illustrations and interactive foldout pages, Matisse’s Garden is the inspiring story of how the artist’s never-ending curiosity helped turn a small experiment into a radical new form of art.

ART PROJECTS: Henri Matisse

Entry filed under: .art, .picture_book, .project, Christina Amodeo, Henri Matisse, Samantha Friedman. Tags: , , , , .

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