Henri Matisse, calling card and envelope

Subject Henri Matisse French

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In 1904 Matisse began to hyphenate his name to avoid confusion with the marine painter Auguste Matisse. Following the latter's death in 1931, he dropped the hyphen, see: Schang 1983, p. 65.

Henri Matisse, calling card and envelope, Anonymous, Engraving

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