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This is a study tracing the life of Cezanne from his boyhood in Aix through the tumultuous Paris period to his last creative but lonely years in his native town. Letters, documents and photographs… Continue Reading
Discusses the works of Degas, Seurat, and Odilon Redgon, the Fauve movement, Van Gogh's posthumous reputation, and Gauguin's correspondence with fellow artists.
John Rewald, the internationally acclaimed Cezanne scholar, presents here for the first time a full account of how the artist's reputation and influence became established in America between 1891 and… Continue Reading
Text volume part one: four-part introduction - history of book dating and chronology authenticity Cezanne's use of large-format canvases. Part two painting commentaries. Part 3: 58 colour… Continue Reading
This text explores the life of Claude Monet (1840-1926), an artist of the Impressionist group of painters.