Henri Matisse (1869-1974)Marking(s); notes:
signed in pencil, signed in plate; 1950Country of origin; materials:
French; paperDimensions (H, W, D):
12.25"h, 32.25"w; 21.5"h 41.25"w frameAdditional Information:
Work is titled "A Thousand And One Nights" from the "Cut Papers" series. Lithograph published by Maeght, Paris, France as a three-panel fold-out as part of "Derriere Le Miroir."
This lot is from the Palm Beach estate of Paige Rense Noland (1929-2021). The author, editor and self-made businesswoman served for thirty-five years as editor-in-chief for Architectural Digest magazine. After retiring in 2010, she dedicated her efforts to writing and published books on her time with the magazine and its evolution, the work of her late husband, artist Kenneth Noland, and on animal rescue. She was honored by the Humane Society of the United States in 2014 for her work eradicating puppy mills.Fall 2021 Auction Series
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very good, folds consistent with production, not examined outside the frameAll bidders in our auctions should be aware of the following:
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