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February 29, 2012 5:33 pm

The Steins’ Collection Hits the MET: Picasso, Matisse and Avant-Garde

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The Today-  Few people have had more influence on the impact of avant-garde art in early 20th century Paris, and the careers of Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse, than the writer and collector Gertrude Stein and her siblings.

In a new exhibition, The Steins Collect: Matisse, Picasso, and the Parisian Avant-Garde, which opened at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, on Tuesday and runs through June 3, their patronage and friendships with the emerging artists of their day is chronicled through the works they collected.

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  • mabonnetoile

    The portrait of Gertrude Stein by Riba-Rovira in 1945 is shown for the first time .And it is very interesting to see it with those of Picasso ,Picabia Valloton ,Tall-Coat .
    The first time togeither .
    And it is told that it was the last portrait by a painter .
    She wrote one of the last text where she gave us her last art vision .
    When we read it again ,it seems a light she gives us over the exhibition now .As she was still alive to see all their art .
    And about Cezanne ,Picasso ,Juan Gris ,Matisse when Riba-Rovira did his first exhibition on May 1945 to the Galerie Roquepine in Paris .
    It was the preface by Gertrude Stein for Riba-Rovira’s firts exhibition where she told us that “he would go farther than Cezanne…he would succeed in where Picasso failed…she was fascinated by him”

    And you ?

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