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Paul Cézanne

   •   Impressionism   •   Wikipedia: Paul Cézanne
989 Discovered works of art  •  ID: #932
The time of the Impressionists often looks through the glasses of history as a carefree phase in the art. Artists who have left dazzling footprints and impress posterity with their personal view of nature. Freedom has entered the mode of representation that was not inspiring for all the painters of this epoch. Paul Cezanne was one of the outsiders of the art scene. At home in the vast landscape of Provence, the lively city life in Paris slowed down his creativity. Among artist colleagues Cezanne was considered grumpy and dismissive. Cezanne was a painter who spent many years of his artistic career. The painter lacked the temperament and impulsiveness with which Manet painted his paintings. Cezanne was serious, he spent hours mixing shades on his palette until the nuance was to his satisfaction. The paint application was not spontaneous. Concentrated and with great perfectionism, the great works developed.

"I do not paint anything I did not see," the artist said about his art. Cezanne had seen a lot. He has absorbed his environment like a sponge and put together from his memory and his feelings into colorful pictures. He also painted in the open air and in the studio. Only in late years had the painter found his characteristic style. Painting was for Cezanne colored design, the order of color in its purest beauty. The artist dispenses with contours and the play of light and dark. The image structure is determined by colored areas. If artists often boast of their eye for beauty in reality, this view was completely insignificant for Cezanne. Paul Cezanne wanted the beauty to blossom on the screen. The painter did not work with models, only his wife was allowed to occasionally pose in his studio.

The painting The Big Bathers shows a pronounced triangular composition based solely on the grouping of figures and trees. The painting is trend-setting for modern painting. Cezanne was a painter who gave individual expression to many elements of conventional imagery. The contacts to the art scene in Paris were not close. Cezanne did not share his findings and earned the reputation of being self-clerical. He could not stand being watched while painting, and led a hermitic life in the province. © Meisterdrucke


Nature morte au crâne
1895 | painting

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Nature morte au crâne
1895 | painting

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Nature morte au compotier
1879 | painting

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Nature morte au compotier
1879 | painting

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Les Grandes Baigneuses
1894 | Oil on canvas

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Les Grandes Baigneuses
1894 | Oil on canvas

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Montagne Sainte-Victoire, 1904-06
Undated | Oil on canvas

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Montagne Sainte-Victoire, 1904-06
0 | Oil on canvas

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Mont Sainte-Victoire, 1892-95
Undated | Oil on canvas

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Mont Sainte-Victoire, 1892-95
0 | Oil on canvas

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Grand pin et terre rouge
1890 | painting

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Grand pin et terre rouge
1890 | painting

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View of Montagne Sainte-Victoire...
1904 | Oil on canvas

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View of Montagne Sainte-Victoire...
1904 | Oil on canvas

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Montagne Sainte-Victoire, c.1887
1887 | Oil on canvas

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Montagne Sainte-Victoire, c.1887
1887 | Oil on canvas

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Le Vase Bleu, 1889-1890
1889 | oil painting

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Le Vase Bleu, 1889-1890
1889 | oil painting

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Boy in a Red Vest (Le Garçon au ...
Undated | Oil on canvas

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Boy in a Red Vest (Le Garçon au ...
undatiert | Oil on canvas

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Rochers près des grottes audessu...
1895 | watercolor

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Rochers près des grottes audessu...
1895 | watercolor

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Self-Portrait in a Casquette
1872 | Oil on canvas

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Self-Portrait in a Casquette
1872 | Oil on canvas

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Nature morte: Le Pain et les Oeufs
1865 | painting

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Nature morte: Le Pain et les Oeufs
1865 | painting

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Undated | charcoal on paper

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Portrait de paysan
1905 | Oil on canvas

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Portrait de paysan
1905 | Oil on canvas

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La Montagne Sainte-Victoire et l...
1904 | painting

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La Montagne Sainte-Victoire et l...
1904 | painting

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Baumstudie
1890 | watercolor

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Baumstudie
1890 | watercolor

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Rideau, cruchon et compotier
1893 | painting

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Rideau, cruchon et compotier
1893 | painting

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Porträt der Mme Cézanne in rotem...
1877 | Oil on canvas

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Porträt der Mme Cézanne in rotem...
1877 | Oil on canvas

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1888 | Watercolor on paper

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1888 | Watercolor on paper

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Junges Mädchen mit Puppe
1902 | Oil on canvas

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Junges Mädchen mit Puppe
1902 | Oil on canvas

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