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Paul Cezanne

Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841 โ€“ 1919) was a French artist and the leading painter during the Impressionism movement. Renoir was a celebrator of beauty and particularly feminine sensuality. Two of his paintings have sold for over US$70 million, with Bal au moulin de la Galette selling for US$78.1 million.

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What did many of Paul Cezanne's compositions rely on?

Paul Cezanne's compositions relied on the use of basic shapes.

How long ago did Paul Cezanne live?

It was 171 years ago.

He was born on 1839.

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What happened in 1895 that brought success to cizanne?

Um i am not too sure who cizanne is

but if you are asking about paul cezanne then check your question before you submit it and i still don't know the answer even if you are talking about paul cezanne

but i know he was a french post impressionist artist that built a bridge between 19th century and 20th century art. he was born in aix-de-provence in france and his father was a banker. his father did not approve of his passion for art and when cezanne decided to go to paris to study art he only gave his son a small amount of money to live off.

What was Paul Cezanne's favourite color?

A professional artist does not have ONE favorite color.

What is Paul Cezanne's middle name?

He did not have one.
He didn't have one.

What was Paul Cezanne's goal?

In his own words: "I want to make of impressionism something solid and lasting like the art in the museums".

When and where was Paul Cรฉzanne born?

Paul Cézanne was born in Aix-en-Provence, France on January 19, 1839 and died in October 1906.

Who is Paul Cezanne?

French post-impressionist painter (1839-1906).

Cézanne developed himself during the years. In his early years he was rather wild and painted very emotional paintings. It was Pissaro the most impressionist landscape painter who guided him for years; together they painted a lot of times plain air and in that period Cézanne started to use more solid colored forms in his works, as his reaction to the very loose way of impressionist painting with all the color dots working together, to make the total visual impression.

Cézanne himself formulated his goal as inventing a new classical painting art. He admired the old classical painters as Poussin or Chardin.

He was the first painter who analyzed the landscape in structures, to rebuild this in his paintings on the canvas.

He later inspired notable artists such as Picasso and Braque circa 1908-1910 when they invented Cubism, and Matisse.

Two quotes of Cézanne which illustrate his attitude to the old masters and to landscape painting he wanted to realize:

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Everybody is going crazy over the Impressionists; what art needs is a Poussin (French classical artist) made over according to nature. There you have it in a nutshell."

from a conversation in Aix, in the studio of Cézanne in 1896; as quoted in "Cézanne", by Ambroise Vollard, Dover publications Inc. New York, 1984, p. 67

"...painting certainly means more to me than everything else in the world. I think my mind becomes clearer when I am in the presence of nature. Unfortunately, the realization of my sensations is always a very painful process with me. I can't seem to express the intensity which beats in upon my senses. I haven't at my command the magnificent richness of color which enlivens Nature.... ...Look at that cloud; I should like to be able to paint that! Monet could. He had muscle." f

rom a conversation, in Aix near the river, in 1896; as quoted in "Cézanne", by Ambroise Vollard, Dover publications Inc. New York, 1984, p. 74

What are the three main subject matters in Paul Cezanne's work?

Paul Cezanne isn't even a real person so, he has no main subjects in his work!

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What year did Paul Cezanne draw 'Still Life Drapery Pitcher and Fruit Bowl'?

In 1893 or 94.

Please note:

You do nat DRAW paintings, you PAINT them.

What was Paul Cezanne conflict with his father?

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Which museums have Paul Cezanne's work?

Practically all museums that exhibit modern art.

Who is Paul referring to sons of disobedience?

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Ephesians 2:1-3 (King James Version) 1And you hath he quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins; 2Wherein in time past ye walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience: 3Among whom also we all had our conversation in times past in the lusts of our flesh, fulfilling the desires of the flesh and of the mind; and were by nature the children of wrath, even as others. In context, Ephesians 2:1-3 demonstrates the meaning of the term 'children of disobedience' ( sons being clearly interchangeable with children). The contrast is between the old life under sin before the Ephesians had become Christians with the new life in Christ. The fact that Paul uses the term 'we' indicates that he was himself one of these before his conversion. This is also the meaning in the Ephesians 5:6 and Colossians 3:6, the verses immediately following where in typical Pauline phraseology it says the following: Ephesians 5:7-8 (King James Version) 7Be not ye therefore partakers with them. 8For ye were sometimes darkness, but now are ye light in the Lord: walk as children of light: Colossians 3:7-8 (King James Version)

7In the which ye also walked some time, when ye lived in them. 8But now ye also put off all these; anger, wrath, malice, blasphemy, filthy communication out of your mouth.

Thus Paul is clearly contrasting the old life under sin with the new life in Christ. The disobedience referred to means disobedience to the word and will of God. The Greek word apeitheia means literally 'the condition of being unpersuadable' and as such it denotes obstinacy and obstinate rejection of God's will. The terms 'sons of' was used to denote key characteristics of people, hence the sons of Zebedee were called 'sons of thunder' presumably because they were either loud or aggressive types (this is borne out by their desire to call the fire of God down on the Samaritans).

Thus 'sons of disobedience' describes the key characteristic of these people prior to their reception of the Christian Gospel. A characteristic which Paul himself certainly shared with them.