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HENRI SCISSORHANDS

It was the final flowering of Henri Matisse. He was ever simplifying, ever synthesizing, acting younger at eighty than he was at thirty. He sat in his wheel chair and put aside paintbrush for scissors, filling his sunset years with … Continue reading

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