Untitled (En Hommage à Mademoiselle Catherine Viviano)
Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954)
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  • Artist Name: Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954)
  • Title: Untitled (En Hommage à Mademoiselle Catherine Viviano)
  • Date: 1936
  • Medium: Ink on paper
  • Dimensions: sheet: 11-1/8 x 14-13/16 in. (28.2 x 37.6 cm)
  • Credit Line: Norton Simon Museum, Gift of Carol Moss Spivak
  • Accession Number: P.2018.1
  • Copyright: © 2018 Succession H. Matisse/ Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York Reproduction, including downloading of ARS works is prohibited by copyright laws and international conventions without the express written permission of Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Object Information

The artist (1869-1954), given as a gift in 1947 to;
Catherine Viviano (1899-1992), New York and New Jersey, sold 1996 by her estate (sister Margaret Viviano) to;
[D.C. Moore Gallery (William McWillie Chambers), New York, to];
[Miriam Shiell Fine Art, Toronto, sold 11 May 1996, to];
[Will Ameringer, New York].
Carol Moss Spivak (d. 2017), Los Angeles, bequeathed by the terms of her estate to;
Norton Simon Museum.


  • Norton Simon Museum, 2019-02-22 to 2019-06-17

Additional Artwork by Artist

Autograph Letter to Ambroise Vollard, Paris Dealer and Publisher Henri Matisse February 13, 1913
Autograph Letter to Vilma Javor, One of His Models Henri Matisse August 19, 1939
Jazz Henri Matisse 1947

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