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By Laura McPhee

For greater than 50 years the passionate pursuit of colour led Henri Matisse to go to essentially the most mesmerizing villages in southern France. tourists and paintings fans will savor this combination of paintings, heritage, biography, and commute consultant that covers southern France and explores the teal skies, emerald hills, pink soil, and indigo seas cherished via the artist. the adventure starts in Paris after which strikes to the modern port of St. Tropez, the fishing village of Collioure, stylish and voluptuous great, and the country safe haven of Vence, and leads to the posh lodge of Cimiez. the writer identifies the villas and studios the place Matisse lived and labored in each one place and discusses how his artwork replied to the palette and atmosphere of every neighborhood landscape.

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