Screen Time with Matisse [detail]. 2022. Various fabrics and fabric swatches; inkjet prints on cotton, silk, and paper; hand embroidery with silk thread on linen; Yoruba seed bag; Kuba cloth; felt, paper, sock, wooden hanger; sewn and pinned to 3-panel folding screen (velvet, wood, hinges). 71 x 48 x 5 in. (180.3 x 121.9 x 12.7 cm)

Panel 4

1.  Scarves from the Metropolitan Museum of Art store, derived from Matisse paintings and patterns, including Harmony in Red, 1908.
2.  Villa le Reve, Vence, 1948 (photograph by Michel Sima).
3.  Matisse in the studio, Hotel Regina, Nice, undated (photograph by Lydia Delectorskaya).
4.  Matisse’s objects, Villa Le Reve, Vence, 1946 (photograph by Hélène Adant).

Panel 5

5.  Fashion designs by Chanel and Christian Dior.
6.  Film still from Surviving Picasso, 1996 (Merchant Ivory), with Valentina Yakunina as Lydia Delectorskaya.
7.  Henri Matisse, Odalisque with Green Sash, oil on canvas, 1926, 20 x 25.9 in. (Baltimore Museum of Art).
8.  Fashion design by Alexander McQueen.
9.  Henri Matisse, Interior with Eggplants, 1911, tempera and mixed media on canvas, 83.5 x 90.9 in. (Musée Grenoble, France).
10.  Matisse at home in Le Reve, Vence, 1944 (photograph by Henri Cartier-Bresson).
11.  Sock by Miss June’s Fashion Socks.
12.  Fashion design by Yves Saint Laurent.

Panel 6

13.  Tahitian fabric, Oceana Fabrics.
14.  Matisse ‘s Monstera plants, Hotel Regina, Nice, 1948 (photograph by Hélène Adant).
15.  Matisse and model Zita, Place Charles Felix, Nice, 1928 (photograph by Béatrice Hatala).
16.  Henri Matisse, Moorish Screen, oil on canvas, 91x74 cm. 1921, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA.
17.  Matisse’s table and Haiti textile, Hotel Regina, Nice, 1950 (photograph by Hélène Adant).
18.  Elaine Reichek, Some of Matisse’s Models, 2022, hand embroidery with silk thread on linen.
19.  Henri Matisse, Acrobatic Dancer, 1949, colored gouache collage and ink on paper, 20.5 x 15.75 in. (Pierre and Maria Gaetana Matisse Foundation, New York).

*Unidentified fabric swatches sourced from:
Clarence House
Mood Fabrics
B&J Fabrics
Decorator’s Best
Fabric Guru
Decorative Fabrics Direct