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by Denis Coutagne

eBook Cezanne In Provence (Memoire) download ISBN: 2843236517
Author: Denis Coutagne
Publisher: Assouline Publishing (February 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 79
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This book is a lovely accompaniment to the Cezanne in Provence exhibit. The narration is beautifully written and describes the beautiful landscapes that Cezanne painted

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Denis Coutagne (Author). This book is a lovely accompaniment to the Cezanne in Provence exhibit. The narration is beautifully written and describes the beautiful landscapes that Cezanne painted. It provides an interesting chronology of Cezanne's life and works.

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The presentation highlighted Provençal sites that Cézanne depicted, including the Cézanne family estate known as the Jas de Bouffan, the fishing village . Catalog: Cézanne in Provence, by Philip Conisbee and Denis Coutagne et al. Washington, .

The presentation highlighted Provençal sites that Cézanne depicted, including the Cézanne family estate known as the Jas de Bouffan, the fishing village of L'Estaque and countryside hamlets of Gardanne and Bellevue, the isolated landscape of Bibémus, the Château Noir near Aix-en-Provence, and the distinctive bulk of Montagne Sainte-Victoire. National Gallery of Art, in association with Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2006. Brochure: Cézanne in Provence, by Margaret Doyle. National Gallery of Art, 2006.

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Denis Coutagne - André Dombrowski, Assistant Professor, University of Pennsylvania The Local and the Global in Cézanne. 12:30 – 13:30 lunch break. 13:30 – 15:00 MAIN SESSION 1: Cézanne and the Americas. 15:00 – 18:00 Petr Konchalovsky EXHIBITION opening at State Russian Museum (for speakers and audience).

Les Hotes de Cezanne is in the Sezanne area of Sezanne, France. Located in the center of Sézanne, Les Hôtes de Cézanne offers b&b accommodations, set along the Champagne Route, 262 feet from Sézanne Tourism Office and Saint Denis Church. All of the rooms at Les Hôtes de Cézanne feature a TV and a private bathroom with a bath or shower.

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So deep was the link between painter Paul Cézanne and Provence, National Gallery of Art curator Conisbee surmises, that the red pigment in Cézanne's paints came directly from the marne rouge, the region's red soil. In this volume, which accompanies an exhibition of the same name, Conisbee, Musée de Granet director Coutagne and others explore the painter's relationship with the region in exhaustive detail, offering insight into his methods and motivations. Cézanne eschewed scenes of the region's modernization for scenes of classical evocation and timelessness, and his choice to paint en pleine air was inspired not just by his mentor, the Impressionist Camille Pisarro, but also by an intense desire for isolation. "Isolation, that's what I deserve." he wrote. "At least that way, no one can get their hooks into me." His sojourns in the fishing village L'Estaque marked a turning point-as did his father's death, which freed the artist from the burdens of paternal disapproval. The plates and illustrations offer a remarkable overview of the various Provencal locales Cézanne repeatedly painted: Mount Saint-Victoire, L'Estaque, his father's home (the Jas de Bouffan) and additional sites in the region, allowing the reader to chart Cézanne's development of a technique that "makes it seem as though the paint itself is radiating light." A stellar record of the painter's life and work, this book is a must-have for art enthusiasts. 170 pages of color plates, 145 color and 30 black and white photographs.
Comments: (3)
Fohuginn
The book got here soon after I ordered it. Fast service, and in just the condition it was promised. I was very pleased.
Meri
This book is small but satisfying. I read it on a short flight after visiting the Barnes collection and feasting my eyes on 69 Cézannes.

It gives us a fascinating portrait of Cézanne's shy and solitary personality and his "almost unrelenting cheerlessness." It touches upon the origin and significance of Cézanne's apples; tells how he sought to evoke "flat depth" in his landscapes; and explains why he referred to his artworks as "studies."

Cézanne was always striving to penetrate the mystery of a place, and this book looks at Cézanne in the context of the countryside he so loved, up to the last day of his life when he collapsed in a rainstorm, brush in hand.

Although the pages are small, they feel larger than they are. Over half the book consists of vibrant full-page color reproductions of Cézanne paintings mixed with photos that relate to scenes and objects he painted - as well as a great old black and white photo of the artist.

There's a handy chronology of Cézanne's life. And the notes in the back of the book were a nice surprise. Each gives a quick but insightful analysis of a painting beside a color thumbnail reproduction, and tells you what museum you can visit to see the work.

We bought this book at the Barnes, and I'm sure they select their inventory carefully, so that's a kind of recommendation too. Cézanne in Provence, with its silky colorful pages, would make a nice little gift for an art-loving friend. Cézanne scholars might already know what this book has to tell, but it increased my knowledge and gave me pleasure.
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Note that this edition is revised from the book published in 1996 by Universe of Art (isbn: 0-7893-0059-1).