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                      Unique to the MoMA showing will be seven works from every period covered in the exhibition. Matisse
                      Picasso demonstrates a dialogue between the two giants of twentieth-century art, who in spite of
                      their lifelong rivalry came to see each other as true equals. The exhibition is co-organized by The
                      Museum of Modern Art, along with Tate Modern, London, and the Reunion des musées nationaux
                      /Musée Picasso, Musée national d’art moderne /Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.

                      The exhibition curators are John elderfield, Chief Curator at Large, The Museum of Modern Art, New
                      York; Kirk Varnedoe, Professor of the History of Art, School of Historical Studies, institute for Advanced
                      Study, Princeton; John Golding, Painter and Art Historian, London; elizabeth Cowling, Senior Lecturer,


                                                                                   henri matisse
                                                                                   The Piano Lesson
                                                                                   oil on canvas
                                                                                   96 ½ x 83 ¾”
                                                                                   (245.1 x 212.7 cm)
                                                                                   the museum of modern art, new york.
                                                                                   mrs. simon guggenheim fund
                                                                                   © 2003 succession h. matisse/
                                                                                   artists rights society (ars), new york

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