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Paul Cezanne

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Antoine Dominique Sauveur Aubert (born 1817), the Artist's Uncle, as a Monk - French, Aix-en-Provence 1839-1906 Aix-en-Provence - Artist Nationality: French - Original Medium, Materials or Technique: Oil on canvasWe print high quality reproductions of historical maps, photographs, prints, etc. Because of their historical nature, some of these images may show signs of wear and tear - small rips, stains, creases, etc. We believe that in many cases this contributes to the historical character of the item.

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Image is Copyrighted and Property of its respective owner About the ArtistRegarded by many as the first truly modern artist, Paul Cezanne transformed the ideals of 19th century painting and influenced the aesthetic development of many 20th century artists and art movements, especially Cubism. Born in Aix-en-Provence to wealthy parents, he befriended the novelist Emile Zola as a schoolboy. In 1861, against the wishes of his father, he followed Zola to Paris to become a painter and met Camille Pissarro and others of the Impressionist group. He remained an outsider to their circle because his earliest works, which exhibition committees consistently rejected, were Expressionistic. In the early 1870s he experimented with Impressionism, then later delved into Classicism, with more balanced and formal compositions. Toward the end of his life he was at his most daring, reducing architecture and figures to geometric forms and paving the way for Cubism. Cezanne was an artist's artist, and his restrained pictures are impersonal and remote - much like his personality. His art, misunderstood and discredited by the public during most of his life, eventually challenged all the conventional values of painting in the 19th century through his insistence on personal expression and on the integrity of the painting itself.

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Soft, lush coloring fills the canvas with vibrant tones in this wall art painting by Paul Cézanne. Styled as a standalone piece or in an art wall collection, this timeless still life scene offers understated, high-art appeal. The original work is held by the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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Paul Cézanne uses controlled brushstrokes and a nearly tonal palette to capture myriad textures with a polished eye in this dynamic, still life print. Ground your art wall decor with the studied appeal of this timeless wall artwork. The original work is held by the National Gallery of Art.

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Portrait of Paul Cezanne - French, Charlotte Amalie, Saint Thomas 1830–1903 Paris-French, Aix-en-Provence 1839–1906 Aix-en-Provence - Artist Nationality: French-French - Original Medium, Materials or Technique: Etching on laid paper; only stateWe print high quality reproductions of historical maps, photographs, prints, etc. Because of their historical nature, some of these images may show signs of wear and tear - small rips, stains, creases, etc. We believe that in many cases this contributes to the historical character of the item.

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Entree de Jardin - French, Aix-en-Provence 1839-1906 Aix-en-Provence - Artist Nationality: French - Original Medium, Materials or Technique: Watercolor over graphiteWe print high quality reproductions of historical maps, photographs, prints, etc. Because of their historical nature, some of these images may show signs of wear and tear - small rips, stains, creases, etc. We believe that in many cases this contributes to the historical character of the item.

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Man Wearing a Straw HatWe print high quality reproductions of historical maps, photographs, prints, etc. Because of their historical nature, some of these images may show signs of wear and tear - small rips, stains, creases, etc. We believe that in many cases this contributes to the historical character of the item.

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Paul Cézanne, The Card Players, 1892–93, oil on canvas, 97 x 130 cm, Royal Family of Qatar One of Cézanne's The Card Players was sold in 2011 to the Royal Family of Qatar for a price variously estimated at between $250 million ($284.1 million today) and possibly as high as $300 million ($341 million today), either price signifying a new mark for highest price for a painting up to that date. The record price was surpassed in November 2017 by Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi.

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In the Oise Valley - French, Aix-en-Provence 1839-1906 Aix-en-Provence - Artist Nationality: French - Original Medium, Materials or Technique: Graphite, gouache, and watercolorWe print high quality reproductions of historical maps, photographs, prints, etc. Because of their historical nature, some of these images may show signs of wear and tear - small rips, stains, creases, etc. We believe that in many cases this contributes to the historical character of the item.

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