Thursday, 31 March 2011
French artist Paul Cezanne (1839-1905) was a post impressionist artist. He investigated objects and areas around them. Cezanne’s work influenced the Cubists. His painting, Apples and Oranges (1899) shows his use of color to model form, light and composition. The picture is on an undefined plane. The design of the fabric is an interesting shape. Cezanne propped his objects in different positions that altered the traditional picture plane and perspective.
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Posted by Arlene Babad, artist at 02:53