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A revolutionary approach to spatial and visual values Paul Cezanne was one of the great loners in art. His whole life long he remained financially dependent on his father, a banker. Rejected by the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and largely self-taught, he was associated with the impressionists for a while. However, Cezanne was out to eliminate elements of chance and create something enduring that depended not only on visual impressions but on the responses of all the senses. His work met with derision from his ...

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Oct 8, 2010


taschen is always great for art books this big edition with large print and big reproductions is even better than usual ! and of course hajo duchting writes in a clear and intresting manner both about the personal life of cezanne and his development and contribution in art.

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