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solasingles: I could stare at Paul Cézanne’s fruit stills for hours!

Justice78602373: A work of art which did not begin in emotion is not art. ― Paul Cezanne Sushant Our Sunshine

TheHallWay1: Most impressionist painters were in their 70s or 80s during WWI, tf would you expect Paul Cezanne to do in Amiens fam

OrTerrible: French Painter Paul Cézanne, Chestnut Trees at the Jas de Bouffan in Winter 1885-87

spyroskarayian2: The Lac d'Annecy Paul Cezanne Date: 1896 Style: Post-Impressionism Period: Final period Genre: landscape Media: oil, canvas Location: Courtauld Gallery, London, UK Dimensions: 65 x 81 cm

artforbecalm: still life with apples and a pot of primroses - paul cézanne (france, 1839-1906)

JackPolakoff: Still Life Ginger Pot Eggplants Paul Cezanne

restot50: Still Life with Pomegranate and Pears, 1893, Paul Cézanne

stevew_artist: 'When I judge art, I take my painting and put it next to a God made object like a tree or flower. If it clashes, it is not art' - Paul Cezanne Three Tulips, by Steve White. Sniff them out right here!!..

OrTerrible: French Painter Paul Cézanne, House and the Tree 1873-74

sailornor: "For an Impressionist to paint from nature is not to paint the subject, but to realize sensations." - Paul Cezanne

Chicago_Reader: "It’s intimidating for a painter like me to write about Paul Cézanne. It’s like trying to describe or explain God. Why bother? No words suffice. It just is and what I do couldn’t exist without what this guy did over a hundred years ago." | Dmitry Samarov

Pub_Hist: Paul Cézanne Still life: Pots, bottle, cup and fruit

OrTerrible: French Painter Paul Cézanne, Chestnut Trees at the Jas de Bouffan in Winter 1885-87

EhzNow: Paul Cézanne: The Life of an Artist - Art History School

salvasilha: Paul Cezanne "A painter at work ", 1875

OrTerrible: French Painter Paul Cézanne, The Temptation of St Anthony 1873-77

MotivAppBot: The awareness of our own strength makes us modest. [Paul Cezanne]

aWiseBot: "The awareness of our own strength makes us modest." - Paul Cezanne

rwang0: MyPOV: must see A Paul Cezanne retrospective includes 80 paintings, 40 works on paper, and two sketchbooks of an artist who defied norms and inspired his contemporaries.

s_birrell: A Paul Cezanne retrospective includes 80 paintings, 40 works on paper, and two sketchbooks of an artist who defied norms and inspired his contemporaries.

SumoApps: Paul Cézanne was a French painter from the Post-Impressionist period (1886-1905). He is most well known for his highly recognizable, small brush strokes and use of color. These small brush strokes would come together to create highly intricate and detailed images.

Gex_the_Bot: This is like folding origami cranes at Paul Cezanne's bungalow!

carmel_mc_mahon: In Paul Cézanne’s Aix-en-Provence studio today. It is as he left it when he died.

Zimmy_TB: I wonder if Paul Cézanne's friends ever called him "Zanne tha Man"

kaigabot: Title: Gustave Boyer (b. 1840) in a Straw Hat Date:1870–71 Artist: Paul Cézanne, , Oil on paper, laid down on canvas, Artist

Cebestianv: "A work of art which did not begin in emotion is not art." - Paul Cezanne

cume_ccc: "Flowers and Fruits" Paul Cézanne adapted by Cume

Norb_Lawrence: Paul Cezanne. Young Italian Woman at a Table

OrdoFibonacci: Paul Cezanne: A collection of 645 works (HD)

20LwAfy8dX9H8Lg: “Jas de Bouffan house and farm” by Paul Cézanne depicts an 18th-century homestead in Aix-en-Provence, where the artist spent much of his life

cecchi_giovanna: the bend in the road paul cézanne

expatanon: Paul Cezanne. Yes, I wanted some still life fruit in here, and it gave me the following idea...

expatanon: Still Life with Hamberders and Orange Man, after Paul Cezanne

OrTerrible: French Painter Paul Cézanne, Self-Portrait in a Peaked Cap c. 1873

Orionunevi: We live in a rainbow of chaos. Paul Cezanne

festivaldiaries: The Basket Of Apples – Paul Cézanne – Greetings Card

TrueQuotation: Any young man who is unmarried at the age of twenty one is a menace to the community. — Paul Cezanne

zdfrp: Paul Cezanne (1839-1906) The Street (The Wall) 1875-76. Private collection

nightwingriah: Or Nightwing playing card with his villain using Paul Cezanne "The Card Players" reference (could be heartless or blockbuster)

odcinco: In Chicago, there’s no unseeing the world Cézanne left us

zdfrp: Forest Paul Cezanne Date: c.1890 Style: Post-Impressionism Period: Mature period Genre: landscape Media: oil, canvas Location: White House, Washington, DC, US Dimensions: 72 x 92 cm

fraveris: Happy Father's Day ! Paul Cézanne - The Artist's Father, Reading - 1866

FlavinArchitect: Stair design sketches inspired by the MoMA exhibit of Paul Cezanne’s ‘study sheets’ drawings, where multiple images are combined on a single sheet of paper. Each drawing speaks to the others on the same sheet, and we are drawn into the architecture. Hand…

geeblaster: cezanne exhibit at the AIC revealing that there were simply an overwhelming number of men named Paul alive in the 1800s

Robertsixto2: There is a lot to unpack here. Paul Cézanne

JackPolakoff: On the Banks of a River Paul Cezanne

MarkTheAuthor: It’s so fine and yet so terrible to stand in front of a blank canvas. Paul Cézanne

KrystynaPolask1: ☆Under this fine rain I breathe in the innocence of the world. I feel coloured by the nuances of infinity. At this moment I am one with my picture. We are an iridescent chaos. By Paul Cezanne

TherapySE12: "I could paint for a hundred years, a thousand years without stopping and I would still feel as though I knew nothing." — Paul Cezanne

JohnDante_: Paul Cézanne The Bend in the Road 1900/1906

MaxBrown7: Paul Cezanne, French Post-Impressionist painter (1839-1906) "Pyramid of Skulls" His work laid the foundations of the transition from the 19th-century conception of artistic endeavour to a new and radically different world of art in the 20th century.

BadSpit: Paul Cézanne was an exceptionally slow and meticulous painter. So slow, in fact, that when he set out to paint a bowl of apples and oranges, the fruit would often rot before the canvas was completed. As a result, Cézanne used wax fruit as models for many of his still lifes.

BadSpit: Paul Cézanne acquired a bright green parrot of excellent voice, which he taught to repeat one phrase over and over again: “Cézanne is a great painter!”

Eagle_Aerial: Painting from nature is not copying the object, it's realising one's sensations. ― Paul Cezanne Canon EOS R5, RF 28-70 at 70mm 1/200 sec at f/2.0, ISO 500 Fashion Honors Autism Fundraising Gala 2022 Corrigan Station Kansas City, Missouri ///riding.clip.lime

rm_blaber: Review | In Chicago, there’s no unseeing the world Cézanne left us

jpkalliomusic: “Don’t be an art critic, but paint, there lies salvation.” – Paul Cézanne

wttw: Thought of as the greatest by artists like Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet, The Art Institute along with the Tate Modern in London is presenting its first exhibition of Paul Cezanne in 70 years.

KejiaJura: clothing and wallpaper blend together, peasant men become aristocrats, sky and horizon intrude on one another, the paint and the thing painted are captured in a liminal state of becoming and receding."

RobinLNorgren: Josey's Art School is a Creativity School in Arizona for kids : Paul Cezanne Elementary Art Lesson Pre-K to 6th Grade

MariaAragon64: Review | In Chicago, there’s no unseeing the world Cézanne left us

Poonit5: "Time and reflection change the sight little by little 'til we come to understand." Paul Cezanne.

DianaCialino: In Chicago, there’s no unseeing the world Cézanne left us.

OrTerrible: French Painter Paul Cézanne, Still-Life with Apples and a Pot of Primroses c. 1890

kaigabot: Title: Still Life with Jar, Cup, and Apples Date:ca. 1877 Artist: Paul Cézanne, , Oil on canvas, Artist

cume_ccc: "Landscape. Road with Trees in Rocky Mountains" Paul Cézanne adapted by Cume

txfromnowhere: The awareness of our own strength makes us modest. — Paul Cézanne.

banzainator: I had a wonderful time at the Norton Simon Museum today! These are some of my favorites: 1. The Mulberry Tree & Portrait of a Peasant, Vincent van Gogh 2. The Artist's Garden at Vétheuil, Claude Monet 3. The Flower Vendor, Diego Rivera 4. Uncle Dominique, Paul Cézanne.

theshortiesalon: “Tell me, do you think I’m going mad? I sometimes wonder, you know.” - Paul Cezanne

ScottAndPark: It may be that a senior Nazi stepped in and took it for themselves – Hermann Goering, after all, took works by Vincent van Gogh and Paul Cezanne for his private collection, despite both artists having been labelled as 'degenerate’ by the regime.

kl_elliott: They lard their lean books with the fat of others’ works. -Robert Burton “The Anatomy of Melancholy” (1651) “Young Man and Skull” Paul Cezanne 1898

OrTerrible: French Painter Paul Cézanne, Still-Life with Onions 1895-1900

cume_ccc: "Still Life with Apples and a Glass of Wine" Paul Cézanne adapted by Cume

MaggieMackBooks: We live in a rainbow of chaos. Paul Cezanne

sailornor: "A work of art which did not begin in emotion is not art." - Paul Cezanne

DangerousMere: Join me for The Bewilderment Game, a narrative-building workshop designed for reflection on the pandemic years. 5 July. Info here:

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ScottAndPark: In Montemartre, he also began to experiment with sculptures and moved from his Fauvism period to one of Cubism. At this point he was inspired by the works of Paul Cezanne.

RaniaMaged18: Paul Cezanne "Landscape with Poplars" 1887

cume_ccc: "A Lady in a Fur Wrap after El Greco" Paul Cézanne adapted by Cume

Baba_G_Quotes: The awareness of our own strength makes us modest. - Paul Cézanne

OrTerrible: French Painter Paul Cézanne, Self-Portrait in a Peaked Cap c. 1873

pax_art: "Art is a harmony parallel with nature." - Paul Cezanne Have an amazing day, no matter what time you read this.

cume_ccc: "Bottles and Peaches" Paul Cézanne adapted by Cume

welfordwrites: The Card Players, by Paul Cezanne. One of the artist’s portrayals of peasant life in late 19th-century France. Click the link!

The_Art_Guide: DAILY ART QUOTE! "We live in a rainbow of chaos.' Paul Cézanne Image, 'Lac d'Annecy'

kenjikojimacom: What Madame Cézanne was thinking on a chair was in the portraits of Madame Cézanne by Paul Cézanne. I analyzed the image data of 7 paintings on a 12-tone scale in a modern European language and tried to interpret it on the piano. Three Minutes Digest

theartofstitch: Still Life with Seven Apples Cross Stitch Kit, Paul Cezanne

creativeblocker: The awareness of our own strength makes us modest. (Paul Cezanne)

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WilloughtonSch: What a fabulous start to being inspired by Paul Cezanne’s still life paintings… we used chalk pastels to recreate apples on a plate.

TheMindLover: Summer storms "Soft breezes stir the air….but threatening north wind sweeps them suddenly aside. The shepherd trembles, fearful of violent storm and what may lie ahead." (Vivaldi, The Four Seasons - Sonnets: "Summer", before 1725) PAUL CÉZANNE Blue Landscape (1904-06)

MindsetCourse: The awareness of our own strength makes us modest. Paul Cezanne

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LovelyResin: The most seductive thing about art is the personality of the artist herself (himself). -Paul Cézanne



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