Paul Cézanne was a French artist and Post-Impressionist painter whose work
laid the foundations of the transition from the ...
Paul Cézanne, one of the creators of modern art, was called the ``solidifier of
Impressionism''. And indeed he does not draw his picture before painting it:
With Still Life with Apples, Cézanne demonstrates that still life—considered the
lowliest genre of its day—could be a vehicle for faithfully representing the ...
Still Life with Basket of Apples - Paul Cezanne - www.paul-cezanne. ... Compotier
Glass And Apples Aka Still Life With Compotier - Paul Cezanne - www.paul.
Cézanne, Still Life with Apples, 1895-98 (MoMA). Speakers: Beth Harris ... Paul
Gauguin, Vision after the Sermon, or Jacob Wrestling with the Angel · Gauguin ...
Still Life with Apples; Paul Cézanne (French, 1839 - 1906); France; 1893 - 1894;
Oil on canvas; 65.4 × 81.6 cm (25 3/4 × 32 1/8 in.); 96.PA.8; J. Paul Getty ...
The still life was a principal theme throughout Paul Cézanne's artistic career.
Using a repertoire of everyday objects such as fruit, jugs, bottles, and plates, ...
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Cézanne, Still Life: Plate of Peaches, 1879–80. Oil on. Back to The Great
Artwork page for Still Life with Water Jug, Paul Cézanne c.1892–3 Cézanne was
preoccupied with still life, and painted the same objects over and over again.
Nature morte aux oignons [Still Life with Onions]. Still lifes, which suited both
Cézanne's character and his method of working, held the artist's interest