Vue sur la baie de Tanger
Vue sur la baie de Tanger 1912, (60 x 73 cm) Musée de Grenoble.
Matisse in Morocco
On 27 January 1912, Matisse embarked in Marseille to Tangier. There will remain two and half months. At that time, it is already one of more characters avantgarde art in Europe. However, he continues to doubt itself and needs to make the gap, far from Paris. He went to Morocco, where he hopes to find a new light and testimonies of Islamic culture, he admires. To his happens, bad weather countered the painting of his hotel room, from where he has a view of Tangier. When he can finally work out, he painted an ensemble of landscapes in the lush garden of the villa brooks. At the same time, it feels like paralyzed by the emotion he feels it: it then passes through a major crisis, which it will emerge stronger, achieving a better control his emotions to use in his painting. When he returns to Paris, Matisse was an idea: go back to Morocco to continue her work. So he returned after the summer, October 8, 1912, and remains in Tangier until the month of February 1913. This second stay is a time of full development: it feels in harmony with it and even with the country; he realized a series of large ambitious canvases, including portraits, or the inner power of his painting focuses, not give way to picturesque that has cultivated The time of most Orientalist painters. Template:Matisse
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