10 masterpieces by Paul Cezanne

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Paul Cézanne was one of the leading artists of post-impressionism, which created a bridge between late 19th-century impressionism and early 20th-century materialist art, directly Fauvism, Cubism and Expressionism.

Cezanne’s work has inspired many twentieth-century artists to experiment with simplifications of complex forms. Picasso and Matisse called him “the father of modern art” and Monet called him “the greatest of us all”. Cezanne decided to move away from the precise detailing of naturalist artists, which has dominated painting since the Renaissance. In his world, color, line, and shape were the same, and the canvas played a major role, allowing the viewer to see things from different perspectives. Working for more than 40 years, he created more than 900 oil paintings and 400 watercolors. On the artist’s birthday vogue.ua remembers the most famous of them.

10 masterpieces by Paul Cezanne
“The guy in the red vest”, 1895 (The Meeting Of The Foundation Of Emil Bührle, Zurich).
10 masterpieces by Paul Cezanne
Paul Cézanne, Montagne Sainte-Victoire with Large Pine, 1887 (Courtauld Institute of Art, London)
10 masterpieces by Paul Cezanne
The Bathers, 1905 (Philadelphia Museum of Art)
10 masterpieces by Paul Cezanne
“The Card Players”, 1893 (the Royal Family of Qatar)
10 masterpieces by Paul Cezanne
Curtain, Jug and Fruit Bowl, 1894 (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City)
10 masterpieces by Paul Cezanne
“Still Life with Skulls”, the 1900s (Private Collection).
10 masterpieces by Paul Cezanne
“Portrait of Madame Cézanne”, 1887 (McKenney)
10 masterpieces by Paul Cezanne
The Abduction, 1867
10 masterpieces by Paul Cezanne
“The Murder'”, 1868 (Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK)
10 masterpieces by Paul Cezanne
“Black Castle”, 1904 (National Gallery of Art, Washington)

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