Morrice and Lyman in the Company of Matisse

Type of resource
Title
Morrice and Lyman in the Company of Matisse
Abstract
An examination of early modernism in Canadian art by Montreal artists James Wilson Morrice (1865-1924) and John Lyman (1886-1967), and their relationship with the French modernist artist Henri Matisse (1869-1954). Lyman was a student of the French painter at the Academy Matisse in 1910, and a few years later Morrice and Matisse became friends when staying in Tangier, Morocco.
Place
Richmond Hill, ON
Publisher
Firefly Books
Date
2014
Language
en
Notes

Published originally in French under the title: Morrice et Lyman en compagnie de Matisse. Montréal: Éditions de l'Homme, 2014. 256p. Essays include: "Introduction" by Michèle Grandbois; "The Light of Exile: Morrice and Lyman" by Michèle Grandbois; "Morrice and Matisse: Bedfellows Under the Sign of Modernism" by John O'Brian; "Morrice in North Africa" by Lucie Dorais; "Lyman and Matisse" by François-Marc Gagnon; "Lyman and the Shock of Light" by Marc Gauthier; and "Crossed Path" by Michèle Grandbois and Richard Foisy.

Citation
Morrice and Lyman in the Company of Matisse. Richmond Hill, ON: Firefly Books, 2014.
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