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Still Life with Seashell on Black Marble, 1940, Henri Matisse (1869-1954), oil on canvas, 54x81 cm.
Henri Matisse, 1869-1954, Trivaux Pond 1916 or 1917 Oil paint on canvas (c) Succession Henri Matisse/DACS 2015
For artist Pierre Henri Matisse, the love of art comes from his love of life and love of freedom.
She said: "I was disappointed when people said I was trying to make it like Chase was Matisse.
More than 13 million viewers watched O'Dwyer and Matisse become the second dog act to win Britain's Got Talent, following Ashleigh Butler and Pudsey in 2012.
On a frigid day in New York, Matisse got to rest as many of the 2,711 dogs in 192 breeds and varieties stepped into the judging ring at Piers 92 and 94, the exhibition space stretching into the icy Hudson River.
They kept company with Henri Matisse (1869-1954) and found in him qualities of freedom and authenticity they were seeking.
A famous Matisse painting is expected to fetch close to $19 million when it goes under the hammer at a Sotheby's sale in London next year.
In what has to be the best-named picture book of the year, Newbery Medalist Patricia MacLachlan brings readers the story of the young Henri Matisse and his childhood inspirations, with eye-catching illustrations from Hadley Hooper.
WHEN WE PICTURE Henri Matisse at work, two scenes generally come to mind, and in both he is bedridden.