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Paule Cézanne (1839 –1906)

Paule Cezanne; post-impressionist artistCreated by: PICRYLDated: 1839
Madame Cézanne aux cheveux dénoués, par Paul Cézanne, Yorck
Paul Cézanne (1839-1906) was a French artist and Post-Impressionist painter. He came from a wealthy family. His banker father seems to have been an uncultivated man, of whom his highly nervous and inhibited son was afraid. Despite parental displeasure, Cezanne persevered with his passionate desire to become an artist. His early paintings display little of the majesty of his late work, though today they are rightfully awarded the respect that he certainly never received for them.
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Paul Cézanne, Les Pommes. 1889-1800, Sotheby's

Paul Cézanne, Les Pommes. 1889-1800, Sotheby's

Paul Cézanne, Les Pommes. 1889/1890, Sotheby's

Le Vase de tulipes, par Paul Cézanne, Yorck

Le Vase de tulipes, par Paul Cézanne, Yorck

Deutsch: Stilleben, Vase mit Tulpen

Pigeonnier de Bellevue, by Paul Cézanne, Yorck

Pigeonnier de Bellevue, by Paul Cézanne, Yorck

Deutsch: Taubenschlag bei Montbriant

Paul Cézanne L'Avocat - oncle Dominique 1866

Paul Cézanne L'Avocat - oncle Dominique 1866

L'Avocat ou L'Oncle Dominique, huile sur toile de Paul Cézanne, 1866, H. 65 x L. 54,5 cm. Musée d'Orsay (Paris), dation Pierre Matisse 1991, N° inv : RF 1991 21.

Paul Cézanne, Still Life With Teapot
Harlequin - Paul Cézanne

Harlequin - Paul Cézanne

Harlequin (1888–1890, Paul Cézanne) inside the National Gallery of Art's East Building, located on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.