From around 1912, goldfish became a recurring subject in the work of Henri Matisse. They appear in no less than nine of his paintings, as well as in his drawings and prints. Goldfish, 1912 belongs to a series that Matisse produced between spring and early summer 1912. However, unlike the others, the focus here centers on the fish themselves.
Banish those blank walls: Posters are the most convenient way to bring rad art to your space. We print each design on smooth gloss or matte paper for sharp, high-quality images and super vibrant colors. Hang them up with thumbtacks or putty, or craft a cool DIY frame:
● Edge-to-edge print on Double Thick 200 GSM paper
● Fingerprint and smudging resistant
● Shipped in well-protected cardboard tube packaging
● Finish: Gloss or Matte
● FSC® Certified
11" (W) x 17" (H), 16" (W) x 24" (H), 24" (W) x 36" (H)