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Matisse's colors
The French painter Henri Matisse (1869-1954) spent three months in Polynesia in 1930, going as far as Fakarava. For him, the colors were liberating. The infinite variety of shades of blue of the lagoon and of the sky upset his artistic vision and gave birth to the very chromatic style that made his reputation.
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