Library Shelf Location 18.CEZA
Publication Date 1996
Description This catalogue offers an exploration of Cezanne's work. It includes catalogue entries on nearly 230 paintings, watercolours and drawings. These works are all reproduced in colour and are accompanied by informative commentaries, further insights are provided by comparative illustrations of almost another 300 works. The book traces Cezanne's stylistic evolution from the early dark and violent canvases to the luminous works that gave different qualities to Impressionism, and finally to the late paintings that broke fresh ground. Also explored here is the artist's preoccupation with several themes and motifs - Mont Sainte-Victoire, bathers and still life. The comprehensive review of the critical response to the artist's work reveals the many interpretations of Cezanne's legacy that have been put forward. A chronology details the life and career of the artist. This is a catalogue of an exhibition at the Tate Gallery, February to April 1996, sponsored by Ernst & Young.
ISBN 1854371789
Quantity 1
Pages 598
Editor Jane Watkins
Authors Walter Feilchenfeldt, Henri Loyrette, Francoise Cachin, Joseph J. Rishel, Isabelle Cahn
Format Paperback
Publisher Tate Gallery Publishing
Related Artist Paul Cezanne
Categories Painting, Artist (relating to a single artist/collaborative team)
Keywords Impressionism, Still lifes
Related Galleries Tate Gallery (pre-Tate Modern), London, Musee d'Orsay, Philadelphia Museum of Art
Related Curators/Producers Francoise Cachin, Joseph J. Rishel, Isabelle Cahn, Katherine Sachs
Artist's Nationality French
Language English

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