Paul Cézanne - Portrait of Madame Cezanne, 1887 at the Museum of Art Philadelphia PA
Paul Cezanne - Portrait of Madame Cezanne, 1887 at the Museum of Art Philadelphia PA
Madame Cézanne: the unsung hero of her husband's art
A new exhibition reveals the importance that Hortense Fiquet, Cézanne's wife and muse, played in developing her husband's art
After browsing through various books of renowned artists, I arrived at the documented works and biographies of Paul Cezanne. Initially, I turned away and pursued alternative artists, because I knew Cezanne as a painter, and only a painter. However, I was inclined to return to the elegantly bound book, and found a wealth of drawings and sketches within it. Cezanne is credited with forming the passage between late 19th century Impressionism and the early 20th century revolution, cubism. I was…
Madame Cezanne in a Yellow Chair, c.1890 - Paul Cezanne - WikiArt.org
‘Madame Cezanne in a Yellow Chair’ was created in c.1890 by Paul Cezanne in Post-Impressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
Portrait of the Artist's Son, 1878 - Paul Cezanne - WikiArt.org
‘Portrait of the Artist's Son’ was created in 1878 by Paul Cezanne in Impressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.