Henri Matisse Beautiful Autograph Letter Signed By The Debacle In 1940 And Exodus
Henri Matisse (the cateau cambrésis-1869 - Nice, 1954 - famous painter). In spring 1940, when the offensive German on France began in May, French army broke up a month later, leading to armistice and the exodus of hundreds of thousands of French fleeing chaotically forehead and German Vorsprung. Beautiful autograph letter signed by the famous painter during the debacle, July 23, 1940, 2 pages in-4, St. Gaudens, Haute Garonne, ferrière hotel after exodus and armistice. To his friend: \Nauriez not you left Paris? I am writing you there just in case. \He recounts his journey in the chaos of German invasion: \After this trip \He mentions his family, wife and son, \John has just been demobilized there momentarily with his wife and children; he goes back to work he still knows where waiting to go to Paris. \He then senquiert family and his friend the state of health: \Shipping by registered mail.
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