Henri Matisse was best known for his use of luxuriouis color and sinuous, expressive line. Drawing viewers into scenes of imagined exoticism or serene views of real life, Matisse used art as an escape from the mundane anxieties of contemporary life. His approach inspired fellow artists and became one of the most important styles of the early twentieth century.
Set of three magnets features art in the collection at the Detroit Institute of Arts: Poppies (c. 1919), Coffee (1916), and The Window, (1916).
Made in U.S.A.
Each magnet measures 3 1/8 x 2 1/8 inches.