Vatican Museums will feature Matisse works
Catholic World News - July 29, 2010
The Vatican Museums will soon open a room dedicated to the work of Henri Matisse, featuring the French artist’s “Stations of the Cross,” a set of three enormous drawings that were donated to the Vatican by the artist’s son.
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