by Jane Bingham
Paul Cézanne's immersive approach to art resulted in a new kind of analytical discipline where the canvas becomes a screen through which the artist's visual sensations are recorded. He described this practice as 'a harmony parallel to nature', an almost architectural approach to his subject which often moved beyond the figurative tradition and towards abstraction.
The book describes Cézanne's technique, the materials he used, and his importance as the greatest Post-Impressionist and fulcrum between Impressionism and the later Fauvist, Cubist and Expressionist movements.
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Date of Publication: 15/10/2019