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(b. Jan. 19, 1839, Aix-en-Provence,
Fr.--d. Oct. 22, 1906, Aix-en-Provence)
As one of the greatest Postimpressionists, Paul Cézanne were influential by his paintings and ideas in the aesthetic development of many 20th-century artists and art movements, especially Cezanne still life.
Cezanne artwork, misunderstood
and discredited by the public during most of
Cezanne life, grew out of
Impressionism and eventually challenged all
the conventional values of painting in the
19th century through its insistence on
personal expression and on the integrity of
the painting itself. Paul Cézanne has been called the
father of modern painting.
In Paris he met
Camille Pissarro and came to know others of the
impressionist group, with whom Paul Cezanne would
exhibit in 1874 and 1877. The painter
remained an outsider to their circle; from
1864 to 1869 the artist submitted his
artwork to the official SALON and saw it
consistently rejected. Cezanne painting of 1865-70 form what is usually
called his early ``romantic''
period. Extremely personal in character, it
deals with bizarre subjects of violence and
fantasy in harsh, somber colors and
extremely heavy paintwork.
|Even Cezanne painting of people can be regarded as still lifes, because the artist demanded that his models sit absolutely still. Sitting for him was something of a nightmare. Not only was Paul Cézannes foul-tempered, he was an extremely slow painter, probably the reason his subjects always look tired and sombre. Ambroise Vollard, the dealer who arranged his first one-man show a century ago, posed 115 times for Sainte Victoire Cézanne, sitting absolutely still "like an apple" and then Cézanne, dissatisfied, abandoned the picture with only two unpainted spots remaining.|
Paul Cézanne understood that a painting could not
really do its subject justice. The artist knew that
colors in nature and their combination with
natural light could never be truly
reproduced. The artist saw himself as an interpreter
who had to accept the limitations of the
medium and tried to transfer the images onto
canvas apples by Cezanne the best way he could.
to bridge the natural and artistic worlds.
Hence Paul Cézanne paintings, in comparison with
the works of many other Impressionists,
only make sense as a whole, not in snippets,
as the brush strokes and colors are meant to
be interdependent on one another. This is especially true for The Card Players
painted in the latter part of his
career, when the painter used color in short strokes or in
almost mosaic patches, all of equal intensity, throughout an entire painting
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