In French, the beautiful countryside of Provence is the setting for this lush exploration of the French Post-Impressionist, Paul Cezanne. Cezanne applied broad, repetitive brushstrokes in a highly recognizable style, his use of complex fields and his intense study of his subjects were is hallmark. His life is remembered by family, and friends. His childhood in Aix had a mark on his view of life. He formed a lasting friendship with Emile Zola. Although at times rude, shy and angry, he formed associations with many artists Monet, Renoir, and Pissarro, . And was influenced a young Picasso. Highlighted are paintings that show his transition from including this early period of binocular vision and single point perspective to his Dark period, his Impressionist period to his Mature period and his final days at Sainte Victoire, Visionally delicious this is a joy for the serious artist to learn as well as the couch museum goer.
- 28 minutes
- Language: French