Paul Cézanne ~ Art History ~ Post Impress ~ Modern Art ~ Art ~ 193 Slides ~ Public Domain
NOTE AS TO PUBLIC DOMAIN - Paul Cézanne died in 1906. He has been dead for 111 years and his work is in the public domain. The author is a retired attorney but still producing artist.

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This is a complete presentation on Art History & Paul Cézanne, which is highly visual and thoroughly annotated. MANY OF THE ACTUAL SLIDES in the presentation are on this page. This will give you the best idea of what the product is like.


Paul Cézanne 1839 – 1906, was a French Post-Impressionist painter. His art became the foundation from which modern art was built in the 20th Century. He used repetitive, exploratory, small brushstrokes and planes of color. He built up complex paintings in layers. He minutely studied his subjects and repeated using the same subjects rather than seeking new subjects. He was constantly interested in pushing the boundaries of painting, not in finding new scenery to paint.

Geometric shapes became more and more important to him as the years went on. Matisse and Picasso acknowledged their debt to him as they used his discoveries in inventing their Fauvism and Cubism. They would say, “Cézanne is the father of us all.”
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