Henri Matisse Goldfish Cat Art Parody Fine Art Print

$27.99

Deborah Julian‘s subtly hilarious Henri Matisse Goldfish Cat Art Parody is a 10 X 7.75 inch giclee on museum quality Epson paper. Signed. FREE SHIPPING IN THE U.S.

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Deborah Julian‘s subtly hilarious Henri Matisse Goldfish Cat Art Parody is a 10 X 7.75 inch giclee on museum quality Epson paper. Signed. FREE SHIPPING IN THE U.S.

  • In Henri Matisse Goldfish Cat Art Parody, a pair of enterprising felines are mesmerized by goldfish in the artist’s Paris studio. The Seine can be seen out the window.
  • Each print represents Deborah Julian’s meticulous recreation of famous artwork with the addition of cats.
  • This 10 X 7.75 inch print ships USPS within 48 hours of your order. Signed. Sealed in clear plastic with backing to prevent bending.
  • 100% satisfaction guaranteed. Full money back or replacement, your choice.
  • Give it as a gift or keep it for yourself, this will never be money wasted.

“Matisse painted a number of pictures that featured goldfish, although they’re more red than gold. The cats I helped sneak into the picture don’t care about that. They are mesmerized by the little fish in the bowl. Imagine.” – Deborah Julian

About Matisse’s goldfish paintings

Some of Henri Matisse’s most famous paintings feature goldfish. Goldfish were a recurrent motif in Matisse’s work, appearing in over fifty of his paintings. In many of these works, the goldfish are depicted swimming in bowls or ponds.

Matisse was fascinated by the way that goldfish moved through water. He once said, “What I dream of is an art of balance, of purity and serenity devoid of troubling or depressing subject matter.”

Goldfish also had a personal significance for Matisse. He saw them as symbols of happiness and harmony. In a letter to his son Pierre, he wrote, “When you have nothing more to say, you may have the impression you have said too much, but the goldfish in their bowl is a reminder that there is always something to contemplate.”

Matisse’s goldfish paintings are some of his most recognizable and beloved works. They reflect his passion for color, movement, and simplicity, and they stand as testaments to his artistic vision and genius.

Matisse’s goldfish paintings are some of his most famous and beloved works. These works reflect his passion for color, movement, and simplicity, as well as his artistic vision and genius.

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