Cultural Resistance in Henri Matisse’s Poèmes de Charles d’Orléans

@article{Swan2020CulturalRI,
  title={Cultural Resistance in Henri Matisse’s Po{\`e}mes de Charles d’Orl{\'e}ans},
  author={Rodney T. Swan},
  journal={Visual Resources},
  year={2020},
  volume={36},
  pages={21 - 42}
}
Henri Matisse (1869–1954) adopted medievalism, a motif of cultural resistance in Occupied France, as a symbol of national unity through his appropriation of the fifteenth-century poems of Charles de Valois, duc d’Orléans (1394–1465). Matisse saw parallels between the plight of the medieval poet, held captive in England, and his own circumstances in France during the Second World War. Begun in 1942, while recovering from his near-fatal illness, aided by his friend André Rouveyre (1879–1962… Expand

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