Henri Matisse. Emma with Long Neck I (Emma au long cou I). 1915

Henri Matisse Emma with Long Neck I (Emma au long cou I) 1915

  • Not on view

Emma with the Long Neck, the second monotype depicting the sitter Emma Laforge to enter the collection, was originally a gift from the artist to the American art historian Walter Pach, an important early advocate of Matisse's work. Pach first met Matisse around 1907, in Paris. Over the next several years he became a key connection between the artist and New York City, organizing some of Matisse's first gallery exhibitions here and helping to develop his growing American collector base.

Gallery label from New to the Print Collection: Matisse to Bourgeois, June 13, 2012–January 7, 2013.
Medium
Monotype with chine collé
Dimensions
plate: 6 1/4 x 2 5/16" (15.9 x 5.9 cm); sheet: 12 1/2 x 7 15/16" (31.8 x 20.2 cm)
Publisher
unpublished
Printer
Henri Matisse, Paris
Edition
unique
Credit
Gift of The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art and Alexandra A. Herzan in memory of Joanne M. Stern
Object number
734.2012
Copyright
© 2021 Succession H. Matisse / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Department
Drawings and Prints
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