You've seen this iconic Matisse before, but have you seen it in orange and blue needlepoint? No, you have not, but now you can see it is fantastic. The juxtaposition of the mediums is wonderful. No wonder DHW, our needlepoint genius, had it professionally framed (in the 1980's, judging by the label from Wait's Frame & Art Shop on Main Street in Decatur, IL). The contrasting textures, the beauty of the saturated colors. the blue and orange matting setting it off so effectively...this piece of wall art really works. Metal framing has some minor surface blemishes that matter not at all. Non-glare glass.
16.5" x 16.5" x 1" D
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