Matisse's Chapel, Venice

Matisse's Chapel, Venice MATISSE'S CHAPEL, VENICE / Julia Wendell From out of my mouth came leaves. and years, and a gold light. Such a simple radiant space and I have made it only a little less simple, but no less radiant. From out of my mouth came leaves The white tile walls' few residents, black glaze outlines with no interior detail, are St. Dominic, the nursing Madonna with child. I took my colors from the land and sea and fused them into glass, but inspire and change the light that passes through. We are most complete when we are simplest, entire in a few casual strokes into leaves that never change or fall, of the genius' brush or pen. This is a child's dream, or an old man's, who from his infirm bed of old leaves at his glass, held up by a desire studies the pitch and tumble his small universe of four bleached walls for balance, serenity, economy, or god. The Missouri Review · 25 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Missouri Review University of Missouri

Matisse's Chapel, Venice

The Missouri Review, Volume 12 (2) – Oct 5, 1989

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MATISSE'S CHAPEL, VENICE / Julia Wendell From out of my mouth came leaves. and years, and a gold light. Such a simple radiant space and I have made it only a little less simple, but no less radiant. From out of my mouth came leaves The white tile walls' few residents, black glaze outlines with no interior detail, are St. Dominic, the nursing Madonna with child. I took my colors from the land and sea and fused them into glass, but inspire and change the light that passes through. We are most complete when we are simplest, entire in a few casual strokes into leaves that never change or fall, of the genius' brush or pen. This is a child's dream, or an old man's, who from his infirm bed of old leaves at his glass, held up by a desire studies the pitch and tumble his small universe of four bleached walls for balance, serenity, economy, or god. The Missouri Review · 25

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