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Notice the paintings of Paul Cézanne, whose exploration of approach and shape helped outline the Post-Impressionist circulation in portray and set the creative degree for the appearance of Cubism. His daring use of sturdy colors encouraged artists for generations to come back and maintains to shock and enjoyment us this day. This publication assembles the main outstanding works of 1 of France's most crucial painters in a compact volume,  Read more...

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Pastoral 1870 Oil on canvas, 65 x 81 cm Musée d’Orsay, Paris 40 41 In April 1861, the 22-year-old Paul Cézanne, son of a wealthy banker in Aix-enProvence, arrived in Paris. His aim, his passion, his most fervent wish was to devote himself body and soul to art. 5 x 92 cm Wildenstein Collection, New York 42 43 above all, years of rapturous absorption of the unrestrained romanticism of Victor Hugo, Alfred de Musset, and Charles Baudelaire, years of youthful dreaming, together with Émile Zola, of the lofty calling of the artist and of their future collaboration in the field of art.

For an artist with Cézanne’s keen sense of the dramatic complexity of the world, a simple representation of the visible was insufficient. He would constantly modify and deform figures, emphasizing in them what he thought to be most important and creating compositions with unstable equilibrium. The Buffet 1873-1877 Oil on canvas, 65 x 81 cm Szépmüvészeti Muzeum, Budapest 60 61 Two Women and Child in an Interior, the earliest of Cézanne’s pictures in Russian museums, was executed in the 1860s. Cézanne achieves an effect of depth by the use of a few skillfully arranged objects: a curtain, a small table, and an armchair.

Portrait of the Artist 1873-1876 Oil on canvas, 53 x 64 cm Musée d’Orsay, Paris 58 Then, as before, he was attracted, above all, by the art of strong emotions. For an artist with Cézanne’s keen sense of the dramatic complexity of the world, a simple representation of the visible was insufficient. He would constantly modify and deform figures, emphasizing in them what he thought to be most important and creating compositions with unstable equilibrium. The Buffet 1873-1877 Oil on canvas, 65 x 81 cm Szépmüvészeti Muzeum, Budapest 60 61 Two Women and Child in an Interior, the earliest of Cézanne’s pictures in Russian museums, was executed in the 1860s.

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