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How A Hotel Room Changed Matisse's Art
"In 'fake, absurd, terrific, delicious' hotel rooms, ones that turned natural light into theatrical lighting, he found that 'the richness and the silver clarity of the light of Nice' had been trapped and condensed, intensified even when gathered in shade, and bounced from wall to wall and ceiling to floor in a kind of dizzying ebullience." The Nation 01/23/13
Posted January 25, 2013 12:51 AM

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