Category: Paul Cezanne

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"With an apple I will astonish Paris." Paul Cezanne Building: AF Paris Loft Skybox (Past Arcade) Bed: AF Annan Bed w/Curtains Rug: Post Old Area Rug Bed Pillows: MudHoney Leslie Pillows- gray scallop Lamp: Convair Tripod Floor Lamp- White Light Ladder: Second Spaces You Light Up My Light Ladder Artist Easel Storage: AF Canvas Rack…

IMG_6522 Paul Cézanne. 1893-1906. Paris. Nature morte à la soupière. Still life at the soup tureen. 1877. Paris Orsay.

Paul Cézanne. 1893-1906. Paris. Nature morte à la soupière. Still life at the soup tureen. 1877. Paris Orsay. ART MODERNE : LE RENOUVELLEMENT DES FORMES L’Art Moderne, annoncé dès le début du 20è siècle par les peintres romantiques (Delacroix) et les pré-impressionnistes a été un facteur tout à fait remarquable de renouvellement des formes esthétiques…

Gorky, Arshile (1904-1948) – 1944 Water of the Flowery Mill (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City)

Oil on canvas; 107.3 x 123.8 cm. Arshile Gorky, original name Vosdanik Adoian (born April 15, 1904, Khorkom, Van, Turkish Armenia [now in Turkey]—died July 21, 1948, Sherman, Conn., U.S.), American painter, important as the direct link between the European Surrealist painters and the painters of the American Abstract Expressionist movement. Gorky’s early life was…

Giacometti, Giovanni (1868-1912) – 1912 Portrait of Ottilia Giacometti (Oska Reinhart Foundation, Winterthur, Switzerland)

Oil on canvas Painter and printmaker. Although not as famous as his son Alberto Giacometti, he ranks as one of Switzerland’s noteworthy early modernists. After secondary school he studied painting in Munich, where he met Cuno Amiet. From 1888 he studied for three years in Paris at the Académie Julian. Between 1894 and 1899 he…

Bathers (Les Grandes Baigneuses)

Paul Cézanne about 1894-1905 Cézanne painted bathers from the 1870s onwards, including numerous compositions of male and female bathers, singly or in groups. Late in life, he painted three large-scale female bather groups. In addition to the National Gallery’s painting, they are now in the Barnes Foundation, Merion, PA, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.…