Henri Matisse, "The Red Room (Harmony in Red)," 1908

Can you find 5 things that are different between the two versions of Henri Matisse's painting "The Red Room (Harmony In Red)" that are displayed below?

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The original "The Red Room (Harmony in Red)" is on the left, so try to find the 5 alterations in our version of Matisse's masterpiece on the right. When you are ready to check your answers, click here for the answer guide.

The Red Room, a painting by Henri Matisse

Harmony In Red, a painting by Henri Matisse

Henri Matisse was a French painter who lived from 1869-1954. He is considered one of the most important artists of the 20th Century. As a young man, he studied law and passed the bar in 1888 and began a law practice. However, one year later, he suffered an attack of appendicitis, and while recovering he started making art with art supplies that his mother bought for him. Two years later he started studying art and was a student of both William Adolphe Bouguereau and Gustave Moreau. In 1904 Matisse met Pablo Picasso, and the two became life-long friends as well as artistic rivals.

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