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Painting Paul Cezanne’s Still Life with Apples in Oils Step by Step
 
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My Oil Painting Medic blog: http://rachel-shirley.blogspot.co.uk/ Artclass Challenge blog: http://artteachersresource.blogspot.co.uk/ Cezanne’s apple paintings appear to almost stand out from the canvas for the emphasis he puts on tones and colour shifts within. This oil painting demonstration, Still Life with Apples is not about precision regarding ellipses and perspectives, but pure colour. Hues appear to shimmer, objects almost seem to sit onto of each other without space between. This demonstration required lots of flat colour but also some blending on the apples. Oil colours required are: titanium white, viridian, pthalo blue, cadmium red, cadmium yellow, burnt sienna and burnt umber. A red imprimatura was applied first to inject warmth into the painting. The painting was completed alla prima in about an hour real time. Still Life with Apples (1890-94) by Paul Cezanne In a private collection USA
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Paul Cezanne: 6 Minute Art History Video
 
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Learn about Paul Cezanne, one of the greatest painters of our time.
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Art Reproduction (Paul Cezanne - Still Life with Fruit) Hand-Painted Oil Painting
 
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Hand-Painted Painting Reproduction with Oil on Canvas Performer: https://www.TOPofART.com Art Reproductions Studio Painting Title: Still Life with Fruit, c.1879 Artist: Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida Art Movement: Post-Impressionism Location: The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia You can order museum-quality hand-painted reproduction of "Still Life with Fruit" at the following URL: https://www.topofart.com/artists/Cezanne/art-reproduction/600/Fruit.php Your Painting Reproduction will be painted by the same artist from the video. You can see other paintings by Paul Cezanne at the following gallery: https://www.topofart.com/artists/Cezanne/
Paul Cezanne and his Revolutionary Optics
 
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In an extract from The Impressionists: Painting and Revolution, Waldemar Januszczak explains the inventive optical devices Cezanne used to create his unique way of painting objects and landscapes.
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Paul Cezanne: A collection of 645 works (HD)
 
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Paul Cezanne: A collection of 645 works (HD) Description: "Paul Cézanne (1839-1906) was born on 19 January 1839 in Aix-en-Provence, in Provence in south of France. His father was a successful banker and his father wished him to pursue a ‘respectable’ career. To please his father, between 1859 and 1861 Paul Cezanne attended the law school of the University of Aix. However, in 1861, he became disillusioned with this career path and dropped out to pursue his life’s passion – art. With the encouragement of his great friend Emil Zola, Paul left for Paris and sought to further his artistic career. Initially his father was upset at his son’s choice of career. But, on evidence of his talent, his father later became reconciled to his choice and on the death of his father, Paul inherited a substantial sum which enabled him to pursue art without any financial worries. In Paris, he met the Impressionist artist, Camille Pissaro. Pissaro acted as Master to the young Paul. However, over time, the student became as respected as the Master. In 1870, the Franco-Prussian war broke out and Paul Cezanne fled with his mistress to Marseille. He was caught as a draft dodger, but, soon after, the war fortunately ended. In this period in the south of France, Paul drew an increasing number of landscapes and abandoned the dark colours which had dominated his rather somber paintings. In this period Paul Cezanne became one of the leading impressionists though his difficult personality made it hard for him to mix with many of the leading artists of the time. His final years of his life from 1878-1905 were spent in Provence. It was here that he increasingly developed the style of his paintings and moved beyond a classic impressionist style. He used planes and blocks of colour to give a more abstracted observation of nature. It was this abstract innovation that was said to be a key element in the link between the 19th Century impressionist art and the modern art of Matisse and Picasso of the Twentieth Century." --- SUBSCRIBE: www.youtube.com/c/LearnFromMasters?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LearnFromMasters/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+LearnFromMasters Contact: [email protected] --- Thanks for all support!
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Paul Cézanne - His Still Lifes
 
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This is the third of four presentations on Paul Cézanne. Cézanne, the great French post-impressionist painter, was born in Aix-en-Provence in 1839. His marvelous use of design and color united in his paintings to help form a bridge between the impressionist painters and the new growing art form called cubism. Cézanne went to Paris in 1861 where he met Impressionist Camille Pissarro, and the two became friends. Cézanne's interest in simplifying forms to their natural essentials led to a number of fascinating studies -- landscapes, bathers, and portraits. Here are several of his still lifes, from skulls and fruit to flowers. He died in 1906 after suffering diabetes for 16 years. Music is "Fantasia de Fuego," played by guitarist Muriel Anderson.
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Paul Cézanne, Still Lifes - Origins of Modern Art 4
 
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Painting a still life with a "thinking eye" More on the perspective rules, (modelé etc.), see my video “The illusion of depth” on the depiction of depth on a two-dimensional plane: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzVI9OVdpKU My playlist on art: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL61C3B135E7EBE785 Pictures in order of appearance: Paul Cézanne 1885-87 - Still Life with Plate of Cherries. Oil on canvas, 58.1 x 68.9 cm (22 /78 x 27"); Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Rembrandt van Rijn 1654 - Portrait of Jan Six. Oil on canvas, 112 x 102 cm (44 15/16 x 40 5/32 in.); Six Collection, Amsterdam / Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam 01:51 ~ Paul Cézanne 1885-87 - The Blue Vase. Oil on canvas, 61 x 50 cm (24 x 19 5/8 in.); Musee d'Orsay, Paris Paul Cézanne 1890-95 - Still Life With a Basket (Kitchen Table). Oil on canvas, 59 x 72.4 cm.; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York 03:36 ~Willem Claesz. Heda 1648 - Breakfast of Crab. Oil on canvas, 118 x 118 cm (46.5 x 46.5 in.); Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg 04:55 ~Paul Cézanne 1884 - Study of an Apple. Watercolor; private collection Paul Cézanne 1895-1900 Two Apples on a Table. Oil on canvas, 19 1/2 x 13 1/8 in.; private collection Paul Cézanne 1878-79 - Three Apples (Deux pommes et demie). Oil on canvas, 16.5 x 10.2 cm (6 1/2 x 4 in.); The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia Paul Cézanne 1873 - Still Life with three Apples. Oil on cardboard mounted on canvas, 24 x 34 cm; private collection Paul Cézanne c1881 -- Four Apples. Oil on canvas; private collection Paul Cézanne 1877-78 -- Five Apples (Cinq Pommes). Paul Cézanne 1877-79 - Still Life with (6) Apples and a Glass of Wine. Oil on canvas; 26.7 x 32.7 cm (10 1/2 x 12 7/8 in.); Philadelphia Museum of Art Paul Cezanne 1873-77 - Still Life with (7) Apples and a Tube of Paint. Oil on canvas, 16.5 x 23.5 cm (6.5 x 9.3in.); Musee Cantonal des Beaux-Arts, Lausanne Paul Cezanne c1878 - Still Life with (7) Apples. Oil on canvas, 19 x 27.3 cm; Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge Paul Cezanne 1878 - Still Life with Seven Apples. Oil on canvas, 17 × 36 cm; Thaw Collection, New York Paul Cézanne c1900 -- Apples (7) on a Sheet. Oil on canvas, private collection Paul Cezanne 1879 - Still Life with Open Drawer (8 apples). Oil on canvas, 33 x 41 cm; private collection Paul Cezanne 1878-79 - Apples (10 apples). Oil on canvas, 22.9 x 33 cm (9 x 13 in.); Metropolitan Museum, New York Paul Cezanne 1879 - Dish of (12) Apples. Oil on canvas, 45.5 x 55 cm; private collection Paul Cezanne 1879-82 - Still life with (13) Apples and Fruit Bowl. Oil on canvas, 43 x 53 cm; Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Kopenhagen Paul Cézanne c1895 - Still Life with (14) Apples and Pastry. Oil on canvas, Musée Cognacq-Jay, Paris Paul Cézanne c1877 -- Still Life with (16) Apples and Biscuits. Oil on canvas, 38 × 55 cm; Bénatov Collection, Paris Paul Cézanne (1839--1906) -- Still Life with a Fruit Dish and (17) Apples. Oil on canvas; unknown Paul Cézanne c1895 - Still life with jug (18 apples) Paul Cézanne -- Dish with Apples (19-20). Oil on canvas, 45.8 x 54.7 cm; Art Institute, Chicago Paul Cezanne c1890 - Still life with (23) Apples and a Pot of Primroses. Oil on canvas, 73 x 92.4 cm (28 3/4 x 36 3/8 in.); Metropolitan Museum, New York Paul Cezanne 1890-94 - Basket of (30) Apples. Oil on canvas, 62 x 79 cm; Art Institute, Chicago 06:26 ~ Paul Cezanne 1873 -- Still Life Apples and a Glass. Oil on canvas; private collection Gustave Courbet 1871 - Still Life with Apples and a Pomegranate. Oil on canvas, 44 × 61 cm (17.3 × 24 in);. National Gallery, London Gustave Courbet 1849 - The Stone Breaker. Oil on canvas, 45 × 54.5 cm (17.7 × 21.5 in); private collection, Milan Jean-François Millet 1850 - The Sower. Oil on canvas, 101.6 x 82.6 cm (40 x 32 1/2 in.); Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Honoré Daumier 1862 - The Third-Class Wagon. Oil on canvas, 67 × 93 cm; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa 07:37 ~ Paul Cézanne 1873 - Pot de grès, Verre, Fruits et Couteau. Huile sur toile, 61 x 73 cm; Fondation Angladon-Dubrujeaud, Avignon Camille Pissarro c1872 - Still Life with Apples and Pitcher. Oil on canvas, 18 1/4 x 22 1/4 in. (46.4 x 56.5 cm); Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 08:30 ~ Édouard Manet 1880 - Three Apples. Oil on canvas, 17 x 23cm; private collection Claude Monet 1880 - A Bowl Of Apples. Oil on canvas, 81 x 65 cm (31.9 x 25.6 inches); private collection. Paul Cézanne 1880 - Compotier, Glass and Apples. Oil on canvas, 46 x 55 cm; private collection 09:57 ~Vincent Van Gogh 1887-88 - Still Life with Apples. Oil on canvas, 46 x 61,5 cm; Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam Paul Cézanne 1893-94 - Still Life with Apples / Ginger Jar, Sugar Bowl. Oil on canvas, 25 3/4 x 32 1/8 in.; Getty Museum, Los Angeles Pieter Claesz 1627 - Still Life with Turkey Pie. Oil on canvas, 75 x 132 cm (29.5 x 52 in.); Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
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ART COURSE FREE ONLINE Task 10: Paul Cezanne Inspiration Painting
 
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Cezanne - Mountains in Provence, L'Estaque | Art Reproduction Oil Painting
 
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Painting Reproduction with oil paints on canvas Performer: https://www.TOPofART.com Art Reproductions Studio Painting Title: Mountains in Provence, L'Estaque, c.1879 Artist: Paul Cezanne (1839-1906) Art Movement: Post-Impressionism Location: National Museum of Wales You can order museum-quality hand-painted reproduction of "Mountains in Provence, L'Estaque" at the following link: https://www.topofart.com/artists/Cezanne/art-reproduction/615/Mountains-in-Provence-L-Estaque-.php You can see other paintings by Paul Cezanne at the following gallery: https://www.topofart.com/artists/Cezanne/
Paul Cézanne - His Portraits
 
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This is the second of four presentations on Paul Cézanne. Cézanne, the great French post-impressionist painter, was born in Aix-en-Provence in 1839. His marvelous use of design and color united in his paintings to help form a bridge between the impressionist painters and the new growing art form called cubism. Cézanne went to Paris in 1861 where he met Impressionist Camille Pissarro, and the two became friends. Cézanne's interest in simplifying forms to their natural essentials led to a number of fascinating studies -- landscapes, still lifes, and bathers. Here are several of his studies of people, building portraits from simple strokes of the brush. He died in 1906 after suffering diabetes for 16 years. Music is the traditional ballad "Scarborough Fair," played by guitarist Matteo Campanella.
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Impressionist Grown Up Finger Painting with Paul Cezanne Flowers in a Vase Using Acrylic Paint
 
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Ginger Cook is taking the gloves off and smearing paint on an 8x10 stretched canvas by painting Paul Cezanne's "Flowers in a Vase". This will be Ginger's exciting debut of grown-up finger painting LIVE right here on YouTube. This trifecta art collaboration with the Art Sherpa, Cinnamon Cooney, and the acclaimed Angela Anderson takes adult finger painting to a whole new level and is explained in three totally different styles. What will you style be? Starting off this epic event will be Ginger's very own daughter...Cinnamon Cooney AKA The Art Sherpa Cinnamon @ 1pm ish CT https://www.youtube.com/user/HoneyBmama Angela @ 2pm ish CT https://www.youtube.com/user/angelafineart Ginger @ 3pm ish CT https://www.youtube.com/user/gingercooklive Being the GOLD STANDARD in acrylic painting lessons, Ginger Cook will be exploring the Fine Art of Acrylic Painting by offering tips and tricks to help you with your own acrylic paintings. During her live broadcast, Ginger will be taking questions and may demonstrate the answer when possible. In this week's exciting episode...Lesson to be announced! Join Ginger Cook, Master Acrylic Artists, for Live Lessons right here on YouTube every Monday, and Tuesday evening at 7:30pm central. You will meet other artists and be able to ask questions in this live interactive session. We talk about art and other fun subjects as Ginger shows you step by step how to paint another masterpiece with acrylic paints. Join Ginger as she shows you how creating with acrylic paints can be easy, fun and stress-free. Looking for something to paint that we haven't shown yet? Let us know by using the Contact Us form on our website, https://gingercooklive.gallery/contact-us/! Let us hear from you, as you continue your voyage to discover the artist within. We are here to make you the best artist by offering Personal Art Coaching on our website, https://GingerCookLive.gallery, with a paid monthly or yearly membership subscription. Visit our website to learn more at https://gingercooklive.gallery/membership-sign-up/ You can view our lessons to see the broad range of subjects that we cover as well as different styles and techniques here: https://gingercooklive.gallery/gallery/ You can even try our lessons of over 250 lessons currently available for just $9.95 for a 7-Day membership. (This level of membership does not include the Personal Art Coaching). You can also sign up for the 7-Day membership as many times as you want because we know that your time may be limited for you but you want the BEST in acrylic painting lessons at a fair price. Award winning artist Ginger Cook... is recognized for her exceptional balance of color and light. She intertwines the bold strokes of thick impasto with softly layered translucent washes. The use of natural stucco and the combination of multiple layers of different media present the viewer with a three dimensional work. The Ginger Cook style of painting is both fresh and innovative. She delights the viewers with her for unique painting style and mastery of color and is held in high esteem by many major manufactures of fine art acrylic paint in the world. In 1997, she received 4-winning first place awards and the overall Grand Prize win of Liquitex “Paint a Difference Competition", an open call to acrylic artist across the world to submit artwork that represented the best of Acrylic Painting. Liquitex subsequently featured her as a Master Acrylic Artist, with a show of her paintings at the National Academy of Design in New York City. Utrecht acrylics paid her the complement of a full page ad featuring their paint and her artwork in Artist Magazine the following year. 2007 Chroma Online Acrylic Paint of Australia have asked her to test then newest product and subsequently represent it to various art groups and university students in her Southwest Region of the United States. She currently demonstrates Matisse Paints for this major Australian Paint company through Jerry’s Artarama stores in the Houston area along her many fans on YouTube and her Online Academy of Fine Art and Acrylic Painting located at https://GingerCookLive.gallery When you are ready to take your acrylic painting to the next level…consider getting Personal Art Coaching from Ginger Cook and join the Merry Band of Artists on GingerCookLive.gallery. Memberships start as low as $9.95 for 7 days of access to over 250 acrylic painting lessons for both the beginner and the advanced artist. We have something for everyone!
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Paul Cézanne: The father of modern art | National Gallery
 
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Paul Cézanne’s ‘Bathers’ has hung in the Gallery since the mid 1960s and conveys how Cézanne would slowly and methodically 'construct' a picture rather than simply drawing one. Rosalind McKever, our Harry M Weinrebe Curatorial Fellow walks you through the history of Cézanne’s practice and how he has continued to inspired artists throughout history. Subscribe to be the first to know about all our new videos: http://bit.ly/1HrNTFd Follow us on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/NationalGallery Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenationalgallery/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/national_gallery/ Help keep the museum accessible for everyone by supporting us here: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/support-us The National Gallery houses the national collection of paintings in the Western European tradition from the 13th to the 19th centuries. The museum is free of charge and open 361 days per year, daily between 10.00 am - 6.00 pm and on Fridays between 10.00 am - 9.00 pm. Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk
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Cezanne's Large Bathers: Painting Raw Experience
 
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Impressionist Style of Blending Paint
 
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Painting like an Impressionist can be fun but it's easy to get lost in the technique and make a mess. In this video tutorial you will learn how to paint transitions from one color to the next in the impressionist style.
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Cézanne's Portraits: Doubt, Certainty, and Painting in Series, John Elderfield Holding Slides
 
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Estelle Lingo, Andrew W. Mellon Professor, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art. The Tuscan sculptor Francesco Mochi (1580-1654) has long been viewed as an early innovator of the baroque style whose career was eclipsed by his brilliant younger contemporary Gianlorenzo Bernini. But for his 17th-century biographer, what distinguished Mochi’s sculpture was his determination to adhere to “the Florentine manner.” Estelle Lingo’s new book, Mochi’s Edge and Bernini’s Baroque, argues that the religious and political climate of the later 16th century posed specific challenges for the medium of sculpture, particularly as it had been practiced by Florentine sculptors, most famously Michelangelo. In this lecture held on April 29, 2018, Lingo explores how Mochi’s distinctive sculptural style emerged directly from his attempt to carry forward this 16th-century Florentine tradition and to adapt it to the exigencies of a new era. Mochi’s ambitious undertaking produced some of the century’s most breathtaking and technically sophisticated sculptures, but its inherent tensions also offer new ways of understanding the formation and rise to dominance of Bernini’s mature sculptural style.
Cezanne Watercolor Landscapes : "No Cubist Cupid"
 
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Paul Cezanne ... no 'Daddy- O' for the Post Impressionists. Solid ...Aix-en Provence, France / 1829 - 1906.
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Using Neutral Tint // Grisaille Watercolor Technique
 
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Using Neutral Tint // Grisaille Watercolor Technique *please visit my blog for additional photos and resources including a photo of the grisaille stage, printable pattern, supply list and more. https://thefrugalcrafter.wordpress.com/2018/07/27/wow-watercolor-grisaille-painting-tutorial-you-have-got-to-try-this/ Supplies available at sponsor Jerry's Artarama! http://www.jerrysartarama.com/ Use coupon code: frugal20FS49 for 20% off $49 + Free Shipping (Excludes: Sale, Super Sale, Egift Cards, Buy It Try It’s and Vendor restricted items. Look for the green coupon eligible icon on the product listing. Supplies: QoR Watercolors (colors can be bought individually or in the 24 color set with many other useful colors I recommend) Neutral Tint, Permanent Alizarin Crimson, Phthalo Blue (Green Shade), Nickel Azo Yellow https://www.jerrysartarama.com/qor-watercolor-sets Brushes: You want soft brushes for the color glazing such as the mimic squirrel brushes in a variety of sizes: https://www.jerrysartarama.com/mimik-watercolor-brushes-synthetic-squirrel-high-performance For the grisaille layer using neutral tin you can use whatever brushes you prefer. If you are not using QoR neutral tin be sure to test your "black" on the paper you plan to use for lifting as you want a standing color that is hard to lift. If you do not have a non lifting black watercolor use a non shellac waterproof black ink. Important! You will also want a soft blunt round or filbert (aka mop brush) that will be used dry for blending and mottling color. Do not rinse this brush while we paint, it is to remain dry for the duration of the painting and then you can clean it. A mimik filbert will be good for this or any small soft mop you have. Paper: I recommend the Aquabee #140 6"x9" cotton watercolor paper I usually use for tests or try the Fabriano Artistico 7"x10" test pack for $2.25 at jerry's https://www.jerrysartarama.com/fabriano-artistico-watercolor-small-sheet-packs because these paper will not lift as much as other more heavily sized paper. Plus it's a good deal! Pattern: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1k3FkKGctjxLTG0FgBp_PxYoTwRprXsZO/view?usp=sharing Using Neutral Tint // Grisaille Watercolor Technique #thefrugalcrafter #watercolor #art My goal is to provide you with inspiration! Subscribe for frequent watercolor painting and crafting tutorials! Want more inspiration, here are some classes! Check out my New Watercolor Classes: https://lindsayweirich.teachable.com/courses Enroll in my Craftsy Mixed Media Class: http://shrsl.com/ri05 Visit my website: https://www.lindsayweirich.com/ I often get asked about my favorite supplies. You can find & shop them here: https://www.amazon.com/shop/thefrugalcrafterlindsayweirich Credits: Video production and Craft ideas: Lindsay Weirich Music: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Sign Up For The Frugal Crafter News! https://tinyletter.com/thefrugalcrafter For Sponsorships or Product Reviews email Lindsay at: [email protected] SUBSCRIBE! http://www.youtube.com/user/thefrugalcrafter?sub_confirmation=1 Follow along and have fun! Thefrugalcrafter Community on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefrugalcrafter Join in the fun! Visit my blog: http://thefrugalcrafter.wordpress.com Follow me on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/frugalcrafter/boards/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/lindsayweirich Instagram: http://instagram.com/lindsayweirich Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/thefrugalcrafter?sub_confirmation=1 *This post may contain affiliate links
Cézanne: 'The Father of Modern Art'
 
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www.henitalks.com Paul Cézanne is perhaps one of the best-loved painters of Western art. Yet the popularity of his still life and landscape works has perhaps tamed the radicality of his vision in our own eyes. It is easy to forget that these seemingly traditional 19th century Post-Impressionist paintings caused ‘a landslide in art’. Jacky Klein explains why we should see the ‘painter of apples’ as a pioneer for initiating new ways of looking and thinking about art. She uses Cézanne’s works in the Courtauld collection to trace how his style developed through the 1870s–1890s, pushing the frontiers of what painting could do, despite being met with derision in his own times. Looking at Cézanne’s output afresh, Klein makes the case for the painter as being ‘father of Modern art’, his works inspiring countless Modern and contemporary masters since.
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cezanne style photoshop
 
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Create a Cezanne style painting from a photo in Photoshop
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Digital Painting in the style of Cézanne
 
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This is my third painting in my 'Painting in the style of' series. I have chosen Cézanne for this one. Watch the video to the end to find out if I managed it. If you have a suggestion for an Artist I could paint in the style of, leave in the comments below. All images used in this video are available in the Public Domain from the following website https://www.metmuseum.org/ ​Website https://www.steveelliottart.co.uk Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SteveElliottArt/ Instagram #stevethescribbler Twitter #steveelliott01 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My work is produced using a variety of tools and apps. If you are looking to upgrade your equipment and would like to support my channel/website you can purchase my favourite tools/apps from my affiliate links. Artrage 5 https://shop.artrage.com/order/checkout.php?PRODS=4706255&QTY=1&AFFILIATE=105232&CART=1 (affiliate) Buy from Amazon.co.uk Apple Ipad Pro 10.7inch 64gig:- http://amzn.to/2DyGg2r (Affiliate) Apple Pencil:- http://amzn.to/2DwQPnw (Affiliate) 'Wacom Intuos Pro (small)' - http://amzn.to/2ndDDsn (affiliate) Buy from Amazon.com Apple Ipad Pro 10.7inch 64gig:- http://amzn.to/2F3UyFb (Affiliate) Apple Pencil:- http://amzn.to/2E2rA9F (Affiliate) 'Wacom Intuos Pro (small) - http://amzn.to/2FhThua (affiliate) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Where you can buy my stuff: https://www.redbubble.com/people/steveelliott Music Habanera by Bizet YouTube music library
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painting like Cezanne
 
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Welcome to my video about painting like Cezanne. Do you sometimes dream of being able to paint like a famous painter or like Cezanne? Everyone has started small, so it is also possible, if you take only first simple watercolors by Cezanne, that with a little practice you soon could paint such a watercolor by Cezanne roughly paint. It's not very hard. I got an exhibition catalog about watercolors by Cezanne and searched for simpler watercolors and started to paint. Here is a small demonstration, on a simple landscape: The preliminary drawing in pencil I have already done here. Now I start with bright and watery colors. Gradually, I add hues and darker and more saturated hues. It is important that white surfaces remain stationary and the arrangement of the indicated elements are distributed in an optical balance on the image. Only at the end, with a very fine brush and dark color, some details are painted or suggested and contours and edges repainted and emphasized. If you liked it, and you would like to paint yourself and better pictures like this simple study, I'm glad if you look in my blog: learningpainting.wordpress.com or / and website: https://evadust.wixsite.com/learningpainting See, where is also a link to my book on painting like Cezanne, by introducing ten pictures in step-by-step instructions.
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Cézanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire
 
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Paul Cézanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire, 1902-04, oil on canvas, 73 x 91.9 cm (Philadelphia Museum of Art). Speakers: Dr. Steven Zucker and Dr. Beth Harris.
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Paul Cezanne Oil Painting
 
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Paul Cézanne was a French artist and Post-Impressionist painter who is with Gauguin and Van Gogh the greatest of the Post-Impressionists. His work laid the foundations of the transition from the 19th century conception of artistic endeavor to a new and radically different world of art in the 20th century. In his career, he became interested in working from direct observation and gradually developed a light, airy painting style that was to influence the Impressionists enormously. In Cézanne's mature work we see the development of a solidified, almost architectural style of painting. His often repetitive, sensitive and exploratory brushstrokes are highly characteristic and clearly recognizable. Using planes of color and small brushstrokes that build up to form complex fields, at once both a direct expression of the sensations of the observing eye and an abstraction from observed nature, Cézanne's paintings convey intense study of his subjects, a searching gaze and a dogged struggle to deal with the complexity of human visual perception. His statement "I want to make of impressionism something solid and lasting like the art in the museums. http://www.artisoo.com/shop-by-artist-paul-cezanne-c-66_156_174.html?page=2&sort=20a http://www.artisoo.com/
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Photoshop technique Cezanne style painting from photo
 
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Using the clone stamp tool, crop tool, saturation, and basic layers
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Cezanne Fruit Acrylic Painting Tutorial
 
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This is a beginning acrylic painting tutorial based on the painting "Still Life with Apple and Bottle" by Paul Cezanne. You only need red, yellow, blue, and white acrylic paint, a canvas or board to paint on, large and small paintbrushes, a plate or pallet, a rag or paper towel and water in a container. I taught this lesson to 4-14 year olds (their amazing examples are at the end), we set up a display of fruit in the classroom and painted together. It is a great intro lesson and I hope it is easy to follow. Enjoy! Here is a link to the image or the display http://mrotterstudiop.blogspot.com/2014/10/image-for-cezanne-fruit-painting.html This tutorial was created by McCall Johnson Mr Otter Studio LLC
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Paul Cézanne - His Landscapes
 
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This is the last of four presentations on Paul Cézanne. Cézanne, the great French post-impressionist painter, was born in Aix-en-Provence in 1839. His marvelous use of design and color united in his paintings to help form a bridge between the impressionist painters and the new growing art form called cubism. Cézanne went to Paris in 1861 where he met Impressionist Camille Pissarro, and the two became friends. Cézanne's interest in simplifying forms to their natural essentials led to a number of fascinating studies -- bathers, still lifes, and portraits. Here are several of his landscapes, including a full series in which a single mountain, Montagne Sainte-Victoire at Estaque, is featured. He died in 1906 after suffering diabetes for 16 years. Music is Claude DeBussy's "Claire de Lune," played by guitarist Julian Bream.
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Modigliani - Woman in a Black Tie | Art Reproduction Oil Painting
 
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Painting Reproduction with oil paints on canvas Performer: https://www.TOPofART.com Art Reproductions Studio Painting Title: Portrait of a Woman in a Black Tie, 1917 Artist: Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920) Art Movement: Expressionism Location: Fujikawa Galleries, Tokyo, Japan You can order museum-quality hand-painted reproduction of "Portrait of a Woman in a Black Tie" at the following link: https://www.topofart.com/artists/Modigliani/art-reproduction/2544/Portrait-of-a-Woman-in-a-Black-Tie.php You can see other paintings by Modigliani at the following gallery: https://www.topofart.com/artists/Modigliani/
Cezanne Exhibition Thyssen Museum Madrid : Post Impressionism Paintings
 
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Paul Cezanne Exhibition at the Thyssen Museum in Madrid, post impressionism paintings. History has smiled on the cantankerous genius that was Paul Cézanne. Despised and ridiculed by critics of his time, he whom Eugeni D'Ors admired as "the eternal apprentice" is today an undisputed master. Guillermo Solana, exhibition's Curator: Along with Monet, Cézanne has probably had more books, articles, pages and exhibitions dedicated to him than any other impressionist of that generation... During the first half of the twentieth century he was the most crucial artist for his contemporaries and today he is no doubt the first of the modern classics. Cézanne strived all his life, not for recognition, but for a painting style that would do justice to the beauty of the world, to its whimsical geometry and colour. He looked for it in the studio with still lifes and portraits, but mostly outdoors, endlessly exploring the landscapes of his native Provence. Solana: At the heart and centre of the exhibition is this dialectic - shared by impressionists and particularly Cézanne - between internal and external production, between studio work and the practice of open air painting. A dialogue in which the crumpled tablecloths in his still lifes evoke the slopes of "Mont Sainte Victoire", while the structure of his landscapes sometimes look like tables on which houses and trees pose like fruit and crockery. Disappointed by Paris and its academies, Cézanne looked for art in the winding roads of Provence, on the coast of Marseille or in the hill-top town of Gardanne. Here, he found ideas that directly inspired the Cubist generation: the young André Derain or Georges Braque... The Cezanne exhibition pays tribute to this ongoing search. Solana: And the Thyssen museum is the natural place for this exhibition because it's the only museum in Spain that already has works by Cézanne. watercolors and oil paintings from the world's best museums make up the "Cezanne" exhibition at the Thyssen Museum . Together with works by Pissarro, Braque and Dufy, the show helps to contextualize and better understand this reclusive genius and rural maestro. And he's there at the end of the tour, smiling back at us... From 4 February to 18 May at the Thyssen Museum in Madrid.
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Paul Cézanne's First Railway Painting
 
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The Ferry at Bonnières (Le Bac à Bonnières) (1866) painted by Paul Cézanne is the first railway painting among Impressionist painters. ● Cezanne and the Steam Railway (A summary of my doctoral dissertation) Cezanne and the Steam Railway (1): A Transfomation of Visual Perception in the 19th Century http://tomokiakimaru.web.fc2.com/cezanne_and_the_steam_railway_1.html Cezanne and the Steam Railway (2): The Earliest Railway Painting among Impressionist Painters http://tomokiakimaru.web.fc2.com/cezanne_and_the_steam_railway_2.html Cezanne and the Steam Railway (3): His Railway Subjects in Aix-en-Provence http://tomokiakimaru.web.fc2.com/cezanne_and_the_steam_railway_3.html Cezanne and the Steam Railway (4): His Railway Subjects in Paris, Pontoise, Medan, Estaque, and Gardanne http://tomokiakimaru.web.fc2.com/cezanne_and_the_steam_railway_4.html Cezanne and the Steam Railway (5): From Machinaiserie to Machinisme http://tomokiakimaru.web.fc2.com/cezanne_and_the_steam_railway_5.html Cezanne and the Steam Railway (6): A Style Anlysis on His Painted Representaitons http://tomokiakimaru.web.fc2.com/cezanne_and_the_steam_railway_6.html Cezanne and the Steam Railway (7): What Is His Realization of Sensations? http://tomokiakimaru.web.fc2.com/cezanne_and_the_steam_railway_7.html Presented by Tomoki Akimaru http://tomokiakimaru.web.fc2.com/ http://tomokiakimaru.blog.fc2.com/ https://www.facebook.com/tomoki.akimaru
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Gustave Courbet's Painting Technique
 
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Palette knives, rags, sponges, fingers--Courbet used a wide variety of tools to apply paint. He boasted that he could complete a landscape in two hours; the prominent brush and knife strokes on his paintings are records of his virtuoso "performance in paint." In this short video artist Peter Zokosky demonstrates techniques Courbet may have used to paint such works as "The Grotto of Sarrazine." Love Art? Hit Subscribe! (https://www.youtube.com/user/gettymuseum?sub_confirmation=1) Learn about Gustave Courbet's "The Grotto of Sarrazine" at the Getty Museum: http://bit.ly/xVlwUe #paintings #gettypaintings #gettymuseum
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Paul Cézanne, Landscapes, Camille Pissarro - Origins of Modern Art 5
 
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Cézanne's development towards a post-impressionist vision on landscape painting See my playlist on art: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL61C3B135E7EBE785 Paintings: 00:13 Paul Cézanne 1865 - Landscape near Aix-en-Provence. Private collection 01:07 Camille Pissarro 1873 - The Haystack, Pontoise. Private collection 01:25 Camille Pissarro 1873 - Self Portrait, 56 x 46,5 cm. Musée d'Orsay, Paris 01:55 Camille Pissarro 1874 - Portrait of Cezanne. Private Collection 02:47 Camille Pissarro 1874 - Landscape near Pontoise, 61 × 81 cm. Private collection (Sammlung Oskar Reinhart am Römerholz) 03:26 Camille Pissarro 1877 - Orchard with Flowering Trees, Spring, Pontoise, 65.5 x 81 cm. Musée d'Orsay, Paris 03:53 Paul Cézanne 1877 - Fruit Garden / Orchard in Pontoise. Private collection 05:16 Paul Cézanne 1879 - Bridge of Maincy (Pont de Maincy), 59 × 72 cm. Musée d'Orsay, Paris 05:48 Camille Pissarro 1875 - The Little Bridge of Pontoise (Le Petit Pont, Pontoise), 65 x 81 cm. Städtliche Kunsthalle, Mannheim 06:23 Camille Pissarro c1900 - Apple Trees in Bloom, Éragny. John C. Whitehead Collection, Courtesy of Achim Moeller Fine Art, New York. 06:41 Paul Cézanne 1900/04 - The Grounds of the Château-Noir, 90,7 × 71,4 cm. National Gallery, London 07:27 Paul Cézanne 1885/87 - The Jas de Bouffan, 60x71cm. National Gallery in Prague 08:29 Paul Cézanne c1868 - Road in Provence. Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal 08:50 Paul Cézanne 1873 - The House of Dr. Gached in Auvers, 46 x 38 cm. Musée d'Orsay, Paris 09:00 Paul Cézanne 1873 - Houses Along a Road, 60 x 73.5 cm (23 5/8 x 28 7/8 in). The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg 09:10 Paul Cézanne 1900/06 - Bend in Road, 81.3 x 64.8 cm (32 x 25 1/2 in). National Gallery of Art, Washington 09:44 Albrecht Altdorfer 1510 - St. George in the Forest, 22.5 × 28.2 cm (8.9 × 11.1 in). Alte Pinakothek, Munich 10:05 Albrecht Altdorfer c1518-20 - Landscape with a Footbridge, oil on vellum and wood, 42.1 x 35.5 cm. National Gallery, London 10:30 Nicolas Poussin c1673 - Landscape with a Man Scooping Water from a Stream, 63 x 78 cm. National Gallery London 10:41 Paul Cézanne 1885 - View of L'Estaque and Chateaux d'If, 71 x 57.1 cm. Private Collection 10:50 Paul Cézanne c1882 - The Bay of L'Estaque from the East. 53.98 cm x 65.09 cm (21 1/4 in. x 25 5/8 in). Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, US 10:55 Claude Monet 1884 - Bordighera. 65 x 80.8 cm (25 5/8 x 31 13/16 in). The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois 11:11 Caspar David Friedrich 1829 - The Oak Tree in the Snow, 71 × 48 cm. Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin 11:25 Paul Cézanne 1866 - Landscape, 36.6 x 40.5 cm. Private collection 11:30 Paul Cézanne 1894 - Forest, 116.2 x 81.3 cm (45 13/16 x 32 in). Los Angeles County Museum of Art, US 11:37 Gustave Courbet 1864 - The Oak at Flagey (also known as The Oak of Vercingetoris). Murauchi Art Museum (Japan) 11:59 Claude Monet 1918-19 - Weeping Willow, 99.7 × 120 cm (39.3 × 47.2 in). Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas 12:17 Paul Cézanne 1876 - Landscape at The Jas De Bouffan, 45 x 54 cm. Private Collection 12:32 Paul Cézanne c1889 - The Large Pine, 84x92 cm. Museu de Arte se São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand, São Paulo Brazil 12:42 Paul Cézanne 1890/95 - Large Pine and Red Earth, 72x91cm. The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg 12:48 Vincent van Gogh.1889 - The Mulberry Tree, Saint Rémy. Norton Simon Museum Pasadena, California, US 13:31 Paul Cézanne 1897 - Mont Sainte-Victoire, Bibémus, 65 x 81 cm. Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, us 13:37 Paul Cézanne c1897 - Bibémus: The Red Rock, 91 x 66 cm. Musée du Louvre, Paris 13:49 Paul Cézanne 1898-1900 - Quarry Bibémus, 65 × 81 cm. Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany 14:44 Paul Cézanne 1890 - Reflections in the Water. Private Collection
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Paul Cézanne - Post-impressionist painter - French artist
 
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Paul Cézanne (US /seɪˈzæn/ or UK /sɨˈzæn/; French: [pɔl sezan]; 1839–1906) was a French artist and Post-Impressionist painter whose work laid the foundations of the transition from the 19th-century conception of artistic endeavour to a new and radically different world of art in the 20th century. Cézanne's often repetitive, exploratory brushstrokes are highly characteristic and clearly recognizable. He used planes of colour and small brushstrokes that build up to form complex fields. The paintings convey Cézanne's intense study of his subjects. Cézanne is said to have formed the bridge between late 19th-century Impressionism and the early 20th century's new line of artistic enquiry, Cubism. Both Matisse and Picasso are said to have remarked that Cézanne "is the father of all.all."----------------------------------------------------------- for more information go to www.mythragallery.com ------------------------------------------------ Mythra Gallery was founded by professional group of artists and art patrons in 2015 as an alternative in the art category. Its name comes from Persian mythology( the god of light ). In Mythra Art gallery we present several generations of artists working; you will find international professional art works of different art styles and periods in our exhibitions. We believe it necessary to return aesthetics and reflection to daily life, and foster an ongoing dialogue with creativity, creations, and creators in general. We hope that our space will be a friendly meeting place for both artists and people interested in art.
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Top 10 Paul Cézanne Paintings
 
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Paul Cézanne (19 January 1839 – 22 October 1906) was a French artist and Post-Impressionist painter whose work laid the foundations of the transition from the 19th-century conception of artistic endeavour to a new and radically different world of art in the 20th century. Cézanne's often repetitive, exploratory brushstrokes are highly characteristic and clearly recognizable. He used planes of colour and small brushstrokes that build up to form complex fields. The paintings convey Cézanne's intense study of his subjects. Cézanne is said to have formed the bridge between late 19th-century Impressionism and the early 20th century's new line of artistic enquiry, Cubism. Both Matisse and Picasso are said to have remarked that Cézanne "is the father of us all."
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Cezanne - Still Life with Commode | Art Reproduction Oil Painting
 
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Hand-Painted Painting Reproduction with Oil on Canvas Performer: https://www.TOPofART.com Art Reproductions Studio Painting Title: Still Life with Commode, c.1887/88 Artist: Paul Cezanne (1839-1906) Art Movement: Post-Impressionism Location: Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University, USA You can order museum-quality hand-painted reproduction of "Still Life with Commode" at the following link: https://www.topofart.com/artists/Cezanne/art-reproduction/7168/Still-Life-with-Commode.php You can see other paintings by Paul Cezanne at the following gallery: https://www.topofart.com/artists/Cezanne/
Van Gogh: Techniques and Methods
 
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Lydia Vagts, Cunningham Associate Conservator of Paintings Delve into Van Gogh’s working style, techniques, and tools to gain a perspective into the artist’s studio. October 13, 2015
Paul Cezanne Paintings
 
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It is selection of 18 beautiful paintings by Paul Cezanne. His work was lauded even by Picasso. He progressed impressionism towards cubism in the world of modern art. His sensitive brush strokes show his mastery over his art. Every teenager must live with such art to imbibe the real aesthetics. Use as calendar and keep as reference
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How To Paint Like An Old Master
 
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Learn how to create your own Van Dyck-inspired portrait with Ann Witheridge, artist and founder of London Fine Art Studios, in our step-by-step video guide. Learn more about London Fine Art Studios here: http://www.londonfineartstudios.com/ http://www.dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk/
Aix en Provence reflects on its most popular artist Cezanne ahead of art sale
 
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1. Various of town centre 2. Various of statue of Paul Cezanne 6. Pan of Musee (Museum) Grenet 7. Various of exhibition on Cezanne life and work 8. SOUNDBITE : (French) Denis Coutagne, curator Musee Grenet : "Why there aren't Cezanne paintings in Aix. Well we have a few, some donated by the state, some donated by an anonymous donor who has given two watercolours which are going to arrive this summer. But basically Cezanne wasn't loved neither in Aix nor in Paris, Paris hasn't put much effort also. " 9. Various of Cezanne's paintings 10. SOUNDBITE : (French) Denis Coutagne, curator Musee Grenet : "Cezanne isn't loved because first of all he is son of a banker who wasn't loved, when people went to see his paintings he tells them to go to hell, he is a violent character, doesn't search for company, all this counts. Above all, though, taste for art in end of 19 century Aix favours a provencal painting, lacquered, quiet, you can detect the objects well. How do you think a painter with such strong style, where shapes are not any more traditional, where colours are slashed into, pasted, could be understood in a small provincial town ? ". 11. Various of curator placing Cezanne's paintings and his last palette of paints into a safe UPSOUND: (French) Denis Coutagne, curator Musee Grenet : "This was Cezanne's last palette" 12. Various of Cezanne's studio "Atelier des Lauves". 13. SOUNDBITE : (French) Michel Fraisset, deputy director Tourist Office: "These authentic places talk today to the emotions of visitors, to their hearts not to their reason. As one steps in here is seduced by the atmosphere, you get the impression Cezanne spirit is still here. And someone who discovers the objects he has portrayed, this is a pilgrimage, a coming back to the sources". 14. Various objects 15. SOUNDBITE : (French) Michel Fraisset, deputy director Tourist Office : "Each year I reckon 500 thousand visitors come to Aix especially for Cezanne, to be there where he has created the majority of this works, in the heart of his landscapes". 16. Visitors to the atelier 17. SOUNDBITE : (Spanish) Teresa Gomez, Tourist from Spain "In the planning of our tour we included Aix en Provence because we wished to visit Cezanne's house, his studio, and where he painted his pictures". 18.SOUNDBITE : (English) Martha Hochschwender, Tourist from US " To me the most inspirational is seeing the surroundings, oh I didn't get to see the art in the other buildings, so there isn't much of his paintings for me to have seen right now, but I just love it up here, it's beautiful". 19. Various of Cezanne's house and garden 'Jas de Bouffan ' London, UK - 19 April 2007 20. Various of replica of Paul Cezanne's painting "Nature morte au melon" in Sotheby's gallery window LEAD IN : Impressionism and post impressionism art movements continues to draw interest from the public whether it is a museum exhibition or an auction. Part of the spell comes from the landscapes and the places these artists have portrayed in their paintings. The provencal town of Aix en Provence did not approve of the art by a local painter Paul Cezanne during his lifetime. But now just over a century after his death, Cezanne's works now enjoy an more appreciative audience in his hometown and his work attracts thousands of tourists to the region each year. But fans of the artists work are often disappointed to find that few of his paintings remain here, with most gracing the walls of museum and art collection across in far flung cities. Next month a watercolour by Cezanne "Nature morte au melon" will be sold at auction in New York. It's expected to fetch up to $18 million. STORYLINE Paul Cezanne was born in Aix en Provence on January 19 1839. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5288050222f3b0452d845025f99bd64d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Paul Cézanne French Artist and Post-Impressionist Painter | Video 4 of 9
 
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Paul Cézanne French Artist and Post-Impressionist Painter | Video 4 of 9 Authentic Hand Painted Canvas Art (Famous Masterpieces) Free Shipping and Free Returns.... http://www.FamousArtistsofHistory.com/FamousArtistPaintingsOnYourWall.php http://www.GodistheCreator.com http://www.PaintingsTube.com http://www.AddictionTube.com The Card Players, an iconic work by Cézanne (1892) The Card Players - Sold $270,000,000 Paul Cézanne (1839 - 1906) was a French artist and Post-Impressionist painter whose work laid the foundations of the transition from the 19th-century conception of artistic endeavour to a new and radically different world of art in the 20th century. Cézanne can be said to form the bridge between late 19th-century Impressionism and the early 20th century's new line of artistic enquiry, Cubism. The line attributed to both Matisse and Picasso that Cézanne "is the father of us all" cannot be easily dismissed. Paul Cézanne was born January 19, 1839, and he had two younger sisters one named Marie the other named Rose. His father's name was Louis-Auguste Cezanne and his mother's name was Anne Elisabeth Honorine Aubert. Cézanne was diabetic and had a depression problem. Before Paul Cézanne met Camille Pissarro he mostly painted dark pictures, and after meeting Camille he was a post Impressionist. He married Marie Hortense Fiquet in the year of 1886 and had a son named Paul born in January 1872 and died October 22, 1906 from Pneumonia. Paul Cézanne was buried in Aix-en-Provence the same place he was born. "There are two things in the painter, the eye and the mind; each of them should aid the other." - Paul Cézanne "Pure drawing is an abstraction. Drawing and color are not distinct, everything in nature is colored." - Paul Cézanne "Painting from nature is not copying the object, it is realizing one's sensations." - Paul Cézanne "The painter must enclose himself within his work; he must respond not with words, but with paintings." - Paul Cézanne
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Otis Modern Art 08: Post-Impressionism Pt 1: Cezanne's Critique
 
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Dr. Parme Giuntini, Director of Art History at Otis College of Art and Design, presents this series on Modern Art. She will discuss the movements and ideas that changed our perspectives on art and art making. She will begin with Realism in France, around 1850, and finish with Abstract Expressionism in New York City in the mid-20th Century. This is Part One of the lecture on Post-Impressionism. In this discussion, Dr. Giuntini discusses the critical ideas as seen through the artist Paul Cezanne, a Seminole influence on Modern Art. By the 1890's, Impressionism was no longer the leading avant-garde movement in France, and had come under some criticism. The public was custom to expecting new styles and innovation.
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Tribute to Paul Cezanne - Just His Later Works
 
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Paul Cezanne was a post-impressionist painter who created the bridge between impressionism and cubism, and is said to be the artistic father of both Matisse and Picasso. Although he was dissuaded by his father at an early age to pursue his passions in painting, he left his hometown of Provence for Paris, in 1861. It was there that he met Camille Pisarro, a popular impressionist painter, who served as his mentor and guide. He began painting in the impressionistic style, but later began to structurally order what he saw and painted into simple forms and planes of color. He also began to simplify the forms he painted into shapes, such as a tree into a column. Unlike many of the painters of his day, who focused on one or maybe two subject styles, Cezanne concentrated on still lifes, portraits, landscapes, and nude studies. SOURCE: WikiArt
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Cezanne's Apples: Digital Painting in HD
 
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1 layer, limited palette, 2 brushes, 2 hours, and a sensitivity to traditional media, o digital shortcuts
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1895 Post Impressionism part 3 - Imitating Paul Cezanne
 
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In this final video of the series Melissa Gallo walks you through the colorizing process for painting Still Life with Curtain and Flowered Pitcher.
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The Artist Project: Maureen Gallace
 
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Maureen Gallace on Paul Cézanne's still life paintings with apples "It's a type of experience that some painters have: a need to ... get at the essence of what painting is, even if it's just using an apple." The Artist Project is an online series in which artists respond to works of art in The Met’s encyclopedic collection. Now available as a book published by Phaidon in cooperation with The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Purchase a copy: http://store.metmuseum.org/art-history+reference/the-artist-project-what-artists-see-when-they-look-at-art/invt/80037399 http://www.metmuseum.org/ArtistProject/maureen-gallace
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Paul Cézanne French Artist and Post-Impressionist Painter | Video 9 of 9
 
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Paul Cézanne French Artist and Post-Impressionist Painter | Video 9 of 9 Authentic Hand Painted Canvas Art (Famous Masterpieces) Free Shipping and Free Returns.... http://www.FamousArtistsofHistory.com/FamousArtistPaintingsOnYourWall.php http://www.GodistheCreator.com http://www.PaintingsTube.com http://www.AddictionTube.com Paul Cézanne (1839 - 1906) was a French artist and Post-Impressionist painter whose work laid the foundations of the transition from the 19th-century conception of artistic endeavour to a new and radically different world of art in the 20th century. Cézanne can be said to form the bridge between late 19th-century Impressionism and the early 20th century's new line of artistic enquiry, Cubism. The line attributed to both Matisse and Picasso that Cézanne "is the father of us all" cannot be easily dismissed. "Pure drawing is an abstraction. Drawing and color are not distinct, everything in nature is colored." - Paul Cézanne "Painting from nature is not copying the object, it is realizing one's sensations." - Paul Cézanne "The painter must enclose himself within his work; he must respond not with words, but with paintings." - Paul Cézanne "Painting, like any art, comprises a technique, a workmanlike handling of material, but the accuracy of a tone and the felicitous combination of effects depend entirely on the choice made by the artist." - Paul Cézanne "The most seductive thing about art is the personality of the artist himself." - Paul Cézanne "Style is not created through servile imitation of the masters; it proceed from the artist's own particular way of feeling and expressing himself." - Paul Cézanne "Genius is the ability to renew one's emotions in daily experience." - Paul Cézanne "The artist makes things concrete and gives them individuality." - Paul Cézanne
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painting like Cezanne
 
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Welcome to my video about painting like Cezanne. Do you sometimes dream of being able to paint like a famous painter or like Cezanne? Everyone has started small, so it is also possible, if you take only first simple watercolors by Cezanne, that with a little practice you soon could paint such a watercolor by Cezanne roughly paint. It's not very hard. I got an exhibition catalog about watercolors by Cezanne and searched for simpler watercolors and started to paint. Here is a small demonstration, on a simple landscape: The preliminary drawing in pencil I have already done here. Now I start with bright and watery colors. Gradually, I add hues and darker and more saturated hues. It is important that white surfaces remain stationary and the arrangement of the indicated elements are distributed in an optical balance on the image. Only at the end, with a very fine brush and dark color, some details are painted or suggested and contours and edges repainted and emphasized. If you liked it, and you would like to paint yourself and better pictures like this simple study, I'm glad if you look in my blog: learningpainting.wordpress.com or / and website: https://evadust.wixsite.com/learningpainting See, where is also a link to my book on painting like Cezanne, by introducing ten pictures in step-by-step instructions.
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Paul Cézanne French Artist and Post-Impressionist Painter | Video 6 of 9
 
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Paul Cézanne French Artist and Post-Impressionist Painter | Video 6 of 9 Authentic Hand Painted Canvas Art (Famous Masterpieces) Free Shipping and Free Returns.... http://www.FamousArtistsofHistory.com/FamousArtistPaintingsOnYourWall.php http://www.GodistheCreator.com http://www.PaintingsTube.com http://www.AddictionTube.com The Card Players, an iconic work by Cézanne (1892) The Card Players - Sold $270,000,000 Paul Cézanne (1839 - 1906) was a French artist and Post-Impressionist painter whose work laid the foundations of the transition from the 19th-century conception of artistic endeavour to a new and radically different world of art in the 20th century. Cézanne can be said to form the bridge between late 19th-century Impressionism and the early 20th century's new line of artistic enquiry, Cubism. The line attributed to both Matisse and Picasso that Cézanne "is the father of us all" cannot be easily dismissed. Paul Cézanne was born January 19, 1839, and he had two younger sisters one named Marie the other named Rose. His father's name was Louis-Auguste Cezanne and his mother's name was Anne Elisabeth Honorine Aubert. Cézanne was diabetic and had a depression problem. Before Paul Cézanne met Camille Pissarro he mostly painted dark pictures, and after meeting Camille he was a post Impressionist. He married Marie Hortense Fiquet in the year of 1886 and had a son named Paul born in January 1872 and died October 22, 1906 from Pneumonia. Paul Cézanne was buried in Aix-en-Provence the same place he was born. - Don’t you think your Corot (remark to Guilemet the painter, fh) is a little short on temperament? I’m painting a portrait of Vallabreque; the highlight on the nose is pure vermilion (before 1860) artist quote: “Cézanne” - At Aix (en Provence, f.h.) I am not free; whenever I want to return to Paris, I always have to put up a fight, and, although your (his father’s, fh) opposition may not be absolute, I am always deeply affected by the resistance that I encounter from you. I sincerely want my liberty unfettered… …; it would give me great pleasure to work in the Midi, some aspects of which offer many resources to the painter; there I would be able to attack some of the problems that I wish to solve…... artist quote by Cezanne from Paris: letter to his father in Aix; 1871-73; as quoted in “Cezanne” "Shadow is a color as light is, but less brilliant; light and shadow are only the relation of two tones." - Paul Cézanne "There are two things in the painter, the eye and the mind; each of them should aid the other." - Paul Cézanne "Pure drawing is an abstraction. Drawing and color are not distinct, everything in nature is colored." - Paul Cézanne "Painting from nature is not copying the object, it is realizing one's sensations." - Paul Cézanne "The painter must enclose himself within his work; he must respond not with words, but with paintings." - Paul Cézanne
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