Matisse in c. 1902 standing in front of his sculpture The Slave before he decided to eliminate its arms.
This photograph shows Matisse in his studio at Collioure in the summer of 1907, with his wife Amélie and his daughter Marguite. Behind Matisse Le Luxe I can be glimpsed.
The appartment of Michael and Sarah Stein at no. 58 Rue Marame, Paris, c. 1907. Matisse sits in the middle.
Matisse's family on horseback. From left to right: Marguerite, Pierre, Henri, and Jean Matisse. c. 1909.
Matisse in Moscow in 1911 in the house of the Russian art collector Schuki. On the wall hangs Matisse's Woman in Green.
The House of the Russian art collector Schukin in Mosca showing the "Matisse Room." Schukin owned at least 37 of the most significant paintings by Matisse including La Danse and Music.
Matisse in the autumn of 1911 in his studio at Issy-les-Moulineaux in front of his easel with Still Life with "La Danse."
Matisse in his living room at Issy-les-Moulineaux, 1913. By this year Matisse had achieved financial success.
Matisse resting on the steps of his home in Issy-les-Moulineaux, May 1913. On the step is a copy he made of a sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye.
Matisse and Madame Matisse in the studio of Issy-les-Moulineaux in front of the unfinished Bathers by a River, May, 1913.
The House of Renoir
seated: Greta Prozar and
standing: Claude Renoir, Matisse & Pierre Renoir.
Matisse with his palette standing in front of the Decorative Figure with an Ornamental Background, 1926-1927.
Matisse drawing in the corner of his apartment in Nice with one of his models dressed in odalisque fashion in 1927-1928.
Matisse and Madame Matisse in the dining room of the fourth-floor appartment at no. 1 Place Charles-Felix, Nice, c, 1929.
Lydia Delectorskaya in front of her easel in a photograph taken by Matisse. Lydia also modeled for a number of Matisse's works. 1935.
Alicia Markova and Henri Matisse as Matisse designs his costumes for the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo production of Rouge et Noir. Choreography by Leonide Massine. About 1939.
Sister Jacques-Marie and Matisse with studies for the Chapelle du Rosaire in Vence in the background, 1942.
Matisse reading in his studio at the Villa le Rêve, Vence, c. 1945. At the top is his painting Still Life with Magnolia (1945).
Matisse, like Bonnard, loved cats. He lived at Villa le Rêve with Minouche and Coussi, who it is said, had an "M" for Matisse on his forehead.
A photograph by Matisse of the armchair which appears in his famous canvas, The Rococco Armchair, Vence, 1946.
Matisse draws a head for the decoration of Chapelle du Rosaire in Vence in his studio/room in the Hotel Regina, in Nice-Cimiez, 1950.
Matisse drawing the Stations of the Cross with the aid of a bambu pole in the interior of the Chapelle de Rosaire at Vence.
Henri Matisse with a vase by Pablo Picasso at the home of the publisher Tériade, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, June, 1951.