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Cezanne, Paul (1839-1906) – 1893-94 Curtain, Jug and Fruit Bowl (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City)

Oil on canvas; 59 √ó 72.4 cm. Paul C√©zanne (US /se…™ňąz√¶n/ or UK /s…®ňąz√¶n/; French: [p…Ēl sezan]; 1839‚Äď1906) was a French artist and Post-Impressionist painter whose work laid the foundations of the transition from the 19th-century conception of artistic endeavour to a new and radically different world of art in the 20th century. C√©zanne can…

IMG_8057 Paul Cézanne. 1839-1906. Paris. Montagne Sainte Victoire vue des Lauves. Landscape of Aix en provence. Sainte Victoire mountain view of the Lauves. Landscape of Aix en provence. 1905. (Collection Chtchoukine. Moscou. Musée Pouchkine. Exposition

Paul C√©zanne. 1839-1906. Paris. Montagne Sainte Victoire vue des Lauves. Landscape of Aix en provence. Sainte Victoire mountain view of the Lauves. Landscape of Aix en provence. 1905. (Collection Chtchoukine. Moscou. Mus√©e Pouchkine. Exposition temporaire Fondation Louis Vuitton. Paris. ) ART MODERNE : LE RENOUVELLEMENT DES FORMES L’Art Moderne, annonc√© d√®s le d√©but du 20√®…

Paul Cézanne, 1895

Self Portrait, Water Color Son of a well to do merchant turned banker, he had to resist parental disapproval to embark on his career; but once having won the battle, unlike Monet or Gauguin he did not need to struggle for mere survival. As we view the splendid control and serenity of his mature paintings,…

IMG_0745 Paul Cézanne. 1839-1906

Paul Cézanne. 1839-1906. Paris. Nature morte et une commode. vers 1885. Munich . Neue Pinakothek Paul Cézanne. From 1839 to 1906. Paris. Still life and a dresser. around 1885. Munich. Neue Pinakothek Posted by >jean louis mazieres on 2014-08-06 07:03:39

Paul Cézanne (French, 1839-1906) The Basket of Apples, c. 1893

From www.artic.edu/artexplorer/search.php?tab=2&resource=65: Will the apples fall off the table? Explore the tension between stability and imbalance in this late still life by Cezanne. Many of Paul C√©zanne’s late still lifes depict complex arrangements whose artificial character underscores the artist’s role as contriver. They are, however, very different from the seventeenth-century Dutch prototypes to which they…

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