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Cézanne

Cézanne

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Paul Cézanne, a contemporary of the Impressionists, to whose influence he submitted at the beginning of his career, very quickly turned towards a more personal research which made him the “father of modern painting”. Most notably, he was a great influence on Braque and Picasso. Little recognised during his lifetime, derided by critics, Cézanne would nevertheless establish a new vision of nature based on the study of colours and space which he created with large, fluid strokes of the brush. These canvases allow us to appreciate Cézanne’s stylistic evolution, as well as the diversity of his themes: landscapes (The Banks of the Marne, Mont Saint-Victoire), genre scenes (Girl at the Piano ‘Overture to Tannhäuser’), still lifes (Fruit), portraits (The Smoker) and self-portraits.

Keywords: Cézanne, Impressionismus, Postimpressionismus, Kunst, Malerei, französisch, Künstler, Maler, Cézanne, Impressionism, Post Impressionism, Art, Painting, French, Artist, Painter, Cézanne, Impressionnisme, Postimpressionnisme, art, peinture, français, artiste, peintre, Cézanne, Impresionismo, Postimpresionismo, Arte, Pintura, Francés, Artista, Pintor

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Publisher
Parkstone International
Publication year
2003
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Perfect Square
Page amount
82 pages
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (ePUB)
9781781605868
Printed ISBN
9781904310778

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