Paul Cezanne essays

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In the history of art, we can always see that the artists get inspiration from the artwork by other artists to re-create their artworks. It shows that different people got different perspective when looking at the same thing and artist would like to express their perspective by creation of artwork. In this essay, we are going to discuss two artwork 'Bonheur de Vivre (Joy of Life)' by Matisse and 'Les Demoiselles d’Avignon' by Picasso are inspired by 'The Large Bathers'...
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In this essay I will describe how the works of art -‘Bonheur de Vivre’ by Henry Matisse and' Les Demoiselles d’Avignon' by Pablo Picasso, both were influenced by and how they moved away from the painting ‘The Large Bathers’ by Paul Cezanne. Both Picasso and Matisse were prominent artists. Pablo Picasso primarily delved into the cubism and surrealism (“Art Periods”, 2019). Henry Matisse generally created artworks in the vein of fauvism and modernism (“Henry Matisse”, 2019). ‘The Large Bathers’ by...
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Paul Cezanne was a master in the art world and greatly influenced and inspired other artists such as Pablo Picasso. One of Cezanne's first great paintings was a portrait of his friend Achille Emperaire. Achille Emperaire was born with restricted growth and spinal deformity and Cezanne did not attempt to hide this in the piece, in fact, he did the very opposite and exaggerated his frail frame. He depicts Achille Emperaire in a high back armchair, clothed in ill-fitting garments...
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The paper will be concerned with the analysis of art named ‘Antoine Dominique Sauveur Aubert’ which was done by Paul Cezanne for his uncle who was a monk. The paper will seek to explain the various elements that have been applied to the painting which make it unique and give it the ability to stand the test of time. comparison of the art with others by the same artist and time will also be made in the paper to highlight...
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Paul Cezanne, a French painter born 1839 and passed 1906, was given the name as the 'Father of Modernism’. His work and ideas influenced many artists in the 20th century, especially Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque and Fernand Leger who were amongst those that painted during the Cubism Art Movement. Cezanne’s art was misunderstood for a large portion of his life, and he wanted to challenge what was known as the idealistic ways of painting and break away from Impressionism. He...
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