French Window at Nice, late 1919 poster by Henri Matisse
From 1917 onwards Henri Matisse spent most of his winters in the city of Nice in the South of France. He was a frequent guest at the Hôtel Mediterranée, a Rococo-style building that he used as the backdrop for many of his paintings. For this painting, Matisse has depicted a woman - thought to be his mistress and Russian model Lydia Delectorskaya - seated in front of one of the many French style shuttered windows at the hotel.
Approximate dimensions: paper size 36 x 28cm; image size 31 x 21cm.
Please hang away from direct sunlight to prevent fading. We send out posters rolled in tubes.