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"Tavola 6" by Paul Cezanne - Reduced $1,500
Tavola 6 Limited Edition Print by Paul Cezanne
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Paul Cezanne

"Tavola 6"

  • Limited Edition Print : Offset Lithograph on Paper

    Size : 10x12.5 in  |  25x32 cm
    Framed : 22.5x26.5 in  |  57x67 cm
    Edition : From the edition of 450

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Not Signed
Condition : Excellent
Framed with Plexiglass : Gold Frame
Purchased from : Gallery
Provenance / History : Publisher: Grafiche Milani Editrice e Societa, Milano. Musee du Lourve - Paris stamp in lower left plate. Suite: Tavola - 40 Disegni di Maestri Moderni.
Certificate of Authenticity : Dane Fine Art
LID : 141237
Paul Cezanne - France

Art Brokerage: Paul Cezanne French Artist: 1839-1906. By the end of his life Paul Cezanne was recognized as one of the great masters of his era. His treatment of color and form as inseparable descriptors of the physical world was nothing short of revolutionary. Cezanne was born in Aix, where his schoolmate was Emile Zola. The friendship ended in 1886 with the publication of Zola's L'Oeuvre, a novel containing an unflattering portrayal of the painter. Cezanne prepared to be a lawyer, worked as a banker, and then studied painting in Paris. His canvases from 1861 to 1871, mostly portraits, are characterized by dark tones, thick paint, and strong lighting. Camille Pissarro convinced Cezanne to adopt the broken brushwork and light palette of the impressionists. He exhibited at the first and third impressionist group shows, but soon lost faith in the goals of the movement. He claimed that his ambition was to "make of impressionism something solid and durable like the art of museums." By 1883 the artist was conveying mass and volume through a series of hatched strokes. A meticulous and deliberate painter, Cezanne often worked on his canvases for several months. A substantial inheritance from his father in 1886 allowed him to live comfortably in Provence. He was a shy man who adopted a deliberately crude, rustic manner to keep people away. His art had a profound impact on early twentieth-century artists such as Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque, who recognized Cezanne's post-impressionism as an essential precursor of cubism. Listings wanted.