'How can one create art without passion? Without passion, there is no art. The artist is more or less master of himself, but the passion is to which motivates his work.'
Over March and April 2010, Andipa Gallery was delighted to present an exhibition of drawings and graphics by Henri Matisse. Exploring works from the 1920s to the 1950s, the show centered on a selection of works exploring female nudes and portraits, alongside a series of portraits of ballet dancers.
Only a small sample of works are available for viewing online. Please contact the gallery if you wish to receive a complete list of works within the exhibition