Paul Cezanne reproduction paintings

Paul Cezanne reproductions

Paul Cezanne was born in 1839 in Aix-en-Provence. He came from a wealthy banking family and enjoyed financial stability. In comparison to so many of his contemporaries, Cezanne never had to experience the life of a struggling artist.

Cezanne was a French post-impressionist artist whose paintings and techniques had a significant influence on so many artists who had replaced him. His work is known as leading the way to Cubism and opening the door to Modern Art.

Inspired by artists such as Picasso and Matisse, other prominent artists Edgar Degas, Renoir and Gauguin also cite him as an inspiration for their own work.

At Aix College, Cezanne became acquainted with Emile Zola, who urged him to travel to Paris and focus on an artistic life. He formed a friendship with Camille Pissarro in Paris, and together they painted the most beautiful landscape oil paintings by Pontoise and Louveciennes in France.

The Salon des Refuses displayed paintings that had not been approved by the Official Paris Salon, and several of Cezanne 's paintings were displayed there. At last, however, he was remembered by the Salon with the approval of the Portrait of Louis-Auguste Cezanne, painted by Father Reading in 1886. This was his only productive introduction to the Salon.

Cezanne's Les Grandes Baigneuses, or The Big Bathers, is a large-scale oil painting by which both Matisse and Picasso were influenced by their subsequent bathing paintings.

During his lifetime, Paul Cezanne is thought to have painted some 900 oil paintings on canvas and 400 aquarelles. Cezanne 's famous paintings are collected widely and are part of both public and private collections worldwide.

The Card Players series consists of five paintings. The Courtauld Gallery holds two cards, one of which is The Card Players 1892-96. Card Players 1890-96 is on display in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Paul Cezanne's Boy in the Red Vest is also known as The Boy in the Red Waistcoat of 1889. It is considered Cezanne 's finest portrait painting and was featured in the American TV series Scandal.

It is known that there are about 30 Cezanne oil paintings by the Montagne Sainte-Victoire, some of the most prominent landscapes. The Montagne Sainte-Victoire is situated in the south of France, overlooking Aix-en-Provence. The paintings of Mont Sainte-Victoire show abstract forms and, in later paintings, the colors appear darker and richer. The paintings were finished between 1882 and 1906.

Cezanne's oil painting on canvas of Mont Sainte-Victoire 1902-04 is a stunning Cezanne painting with a mountain in the distance, the sun shining on a landscape with houses in the foreground.

Later, Mont Sainte Victoire c1904-06 is a permanent loan from the Pearlman Foundation to the Princeton Museum.

Quarry and Mont Sainte-Victoire, seen from Bibemus, are located in the Museum of the Hermitage of Saint Peterburg, Russia. This drawing looks at the mountain from a closer viewpoint.

Vanitas art contains inanimate objects that symbolize death. Two of Cezanne 's famous Vanitas paintings are Three Skulls, c1900, and The Pyramid of Skulls, c1901. Cezanne was a devout Catholic, and these two paintings were completed in the wake of his mother's death, indicating his concern for morbidity at this time.

Of Paul Cezanne's still life paintings, Still Life with Curtain and Flowered Pitcher 1895 is considered his greatest painting. This canvas oil is housed in the Hermitage Museum's European Fine Art Collection.

A large catalog of reproductions of Cezanne is available and replica paintings by this famous post-Impressionist painter can be enjoyed by everyone. Why don't you see Cezanne 's famous paintings now?

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