If you could have dinner with any artist, who would it be?
Bonjour and welcome to Henri Matisse’s studio at the Hôtel Régina. An intimate dinner party or collage of chaos? Grab your scissors and join Pablo Picasso, André Derain and the Cone sisters, along with three very special brioche-eating cats, for a fauvist feast in this 1000-piece puzzle. Piece together the artists, artworks and surroundings that bring Matisse’s colourful world to life.
Did you know that it was Matisse’s work that inspired the fauvism movement? In the early 1900s, Matisse developed a new style of painting. He used bright masses of paint and chose the colours based on his emotions, rather than reality. One critic coined the term after calling the works ‘fauves’, meaning ‘wild beasts’.
The Dinner Date Jigsaw Puzzle series is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of history’s most famous artists.
Completed puzzle measures 48.5 x 68 cm.