Cézanne from A to Z by Marie Sellier

By Marie Sellier

This compact quantity highlighting the foremost features of Cezanne's lifestyles and artwork from A to Z.
Each bankruptcy is nearly pages lengthy, illustrated with Cezanne's paintings and the tale of his existence. The titles of the chapters are in french with the right translations.

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The color of clay, of earth, of sand. Of all the colors used by Cezanne, it is the one most characteristic of him. It gives his greens and blues their specific quality, and its affect is to illuminate faces, of buildings and the arid the color of the rocks of the skies, the fronts earth. It is Bibemus quarry, that cascade of cubed rocks which Cezanne so loves to paint. It also is the color of the facade of the Chateau Noir, 34 V Bibemus quarry. ramshackle house painted by Cezanne emerging from a screen of green.

33 Ocre Ochre Ochre, neither yellow, nor brown, nor red. The color of clay, of earth, of sand. Of all the colors used by Cezanne, it is the one most characteristic of him. It gives his greens and blues their specific quality, and its affect is to illuminate faces, of buildings and the arid the color of the rocks of the skies, the fronts earth. It is Bibemus quarry, that cascade of cubed rocks which Cezanne so loves to paint. It also is the color of the facade of the Chateau Noir, 34 V Bibemus quarry.

This realization does not change his are friends. Self-portrait against a rose background. feelings for Paul, however. Zola continues to invite Cezanne to visit and lends him money to help him provide for Hortense and little Paul. Yet the fact remains that Zola does not understand painting. If Paul suffers from this incomprehension, he does not mention it. Nor does he say anything in 1866 when he receives L'Oeuvre, Zola's last novel. Although Cezanne remains silent, he cannot keep from recognizing himself in the novel's principle character, a failed, tormented, timid and solitary painter.

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