Cézanne

Ulrike Becks-Malorny

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Cézanne

Cézanne By Ulrike Becks-Malorny C zanne Divine apples and pears Cezanne s quest for a harmony parallel to Nature He was the founding father of modern art the grand master who pointed painting forward on its way from Impressionism to the

  • Title: Cézanne
  • Author: Ulrike Becks-Malorny
  • ISBN: 9783822856420
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cézanne By Ulrike Becks-Malorny Divine apples and pears Cezanne s quest for a harmony parallel to Nature He was the founding father of modern art, the grand master who pointed painting forward on its way from Impressionism to the 20th century Paul Cezanne 1839 1906 In Paris, but above all in Provence, Cezanne quested tirelessly for a harmony parallel to Nature discovering it in still lifes of aDivine apples and pears Cezanne s quest for a harmony parallel to Nature He was the founding father of modern art, the grand master who pointed painting forward on its way from Impressionism to the 20th century Paul Cezanne 1839 1906 In Paris, but above all in Provence, Cezanne quested tirelessly for a harmony parallel to Nature discovering it in still lifes of apples, in bathers, or in the renowned landscapes of his beloved Montagne Sainte Victoire This book discusses this extraordinary artist s major works and his theories of painting and color About the Series Each book in TASCHEN s Basic Art series features a detailed chronological summary of the life and oeuvre of the artist, covering his or her cultural and historical importance a concise biography approximately 100 illustrations with explanatory captions
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    1. Keith Michael on said:

      Although i do like Cezanne, i ve given this book five stars because it is a perfect art book for the lay person like me one of the residents at the nursing home where i work has been giving me artist profiles to read because the little pistol said that my knowledge of art was dismal and my generation saddened her so my guilt heavy eyes watched as she piled impressionist collections upon my outstretched arms and sent me offw that i ve seen a few different approaches to a book about art, my only c [...]

    2. LuAnn on said:

      Good short overview of Cezanne s life and art I didn t realize how consumed he was by his art nor how influential his friendship with Pissarro was in lightening his palette and shaping his style The interactions among the painters at the time is fascinating Too bad that at the time this was written, the influence of Fr d rdic Bazille was not known This is a good companion to Lisette s List by Susan Vreeland in which Cezanne s paintings figure prominently.

    3. Shinta on said:

      Love reading how Cezanne s painting transforming from darkness snow thaw at L Estaque to brightness the sea at L Estaque approach under Pisarro influence The book explained how Cezanne depicted the nature according to what he saw It s interesting that later in his life, his painting became a bit abstract the colours forming the painting.

    4. Un Livre on said:

      e livre retrace l histoire du peintre impressionniste par des des th mes, qui r v lent l volution de ses tableaux nous passons des natures mortes aux sc nes de baignades.Analyse du livre C zanne

    5. Suzanne on said:

      Unfortunately, my copy is a bit flawed The second chapter of the book has every other page in French with text and pictures from the 5th chapter interspersed in the English version It would have been nice to have the pictures that the text was referring to throughout chapter 2 Sigh Otherwise, it was interesting to read about Cezanne.

    6. Stephanie on said:

      While this book does a decent job of providing details of the struggle Paul Cezanne had in pursuing his art, I m a little disappointed with the details of his art The images are of wonderful quality but I had hoped to read about his method of painting and the effects this had on canvas rather than his introverted ways of life.

    7. Brittannia on said:

      C zanne is not one of my favorites I respect his use of color to avoid the tediousness of 3 dimensional proportion but he was absolutely obsessed with harmony in nature, to the point that he completely avoided, maybe even detested any sense of individuality from the subjects in his paintings.

    8. Maria on said:

      I am really into impressionism but somehow I could not get into the artwork of Cezanne Never the less this book shows great pictures of the artist s work acompanied by texts.

    9. Luciana Nery on said:

      The edition is excellent, many biographical details, but I gave it four stars because I don t think the book is satisfactory regarding his influence on modernism just too brief on that.

    10. Juan Carlos Santillán on said:

      La vida y la obra de C zanne no son tan interesantes como las de otros artistas Y eso, claro, no es culpa del autor del libro.

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