Matisse


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for Matisse

French painter and sculptor

References in periodicals archive ?
The Snail, by Henri Matisse, which forms part of the Works to Know by Heart: An Imagined Museum exhibition, at Tate Liverpool
At the New Jersey Foot and Ankle Center event, Matisse gave out posters of his famous cutout piece "Do You See What I See?
More than 13 million viewers watched O'Dwyer and Matisse become the second dog act to win BGT - following Ashleigh Butler and Pudsey in 2012.
Outraged viewers claimed to be "misled" over Matisse on the tightrope stunt.
Matisse is in the working group, which he's won the past two years at Westminster.
Henri Matisse saw the terms "expression" and "decoration" as one and the same thing.
Princess Nezy, as she was known, had moved to Nice to live with her grandmother after the proclamation of the Turkish Republic and was spotted in the street by Matisse in 1940, who was drawn to her striking dark looks.
The text is essentially one very long conditional sentence: "If you were a boy named Henri Matisse .
Matisse worked hard to place these images in our heads.
In 1947, having been very ill, and now in the aftermath virtually crippled, Matisse started to work on building a chapel for the Dominican nuns at Vence.
When Onstad founded his namesake museum in 1968, the Matisse was its crown jewel.
A Hayward Touring Exhibition from London's Southbank Centre features 35 lithographic prints of Henri Matisse cut-outs, which he did during the last four bed-ridden years of his life.
Contract notice: Retrofit installations air conditioning, humidity control and heating the matisse museum in le cateau