Henri Matisse’s cut-outs were the final, uplifting chapter in a brilliant career that spanned more than half a century. There’s no denying the sheer scale and drama of these works, made between 1936 and 1954 – many of them created when bad health first prevented the artist from painting. The outlines are sculptural and the colours luminous. ‘Sunday Lates’ are an innovation at Tate Modern – Sunday evenings are set aside for a quieter viewing experience. Tickets for these times are limited and booking essential.