Henri Matisse, The Cut-Outs From April 17 to September 7 at the Tate Modern in London
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London gallery offers the discovery of a new collection of the famous “paper cut” Matisse realized that at the end of his life. Within the scope of the disease that prevents paint, he began in 1943 to use the new mode of expression to illustrate books, stained glass or ceramics. The exhibition features more than 120 of his accomplishments with the largest number of Blue Nudes.