Paul Cezanne followed his heart fully for his art
even though he had a lot of criticism from outside,
and his most beloved friend Emile Zola tore his heart out,
his great passion for what he believed in remained.
He never gave up and his dignity was never surrendered.
Academic Suisse in France and met Pissarro who was to remain a very precious friend over the many years.
an evenness of tone with colour. --
feel the sadness of their life. The bottle on the table doesn't seems like it helps cheer them up either. --
"But you know all pictures painted inside in the studio will never be as good as the thing done outside"
solid object on the top of it make a beautiful rhythm of their own. --
His playful mind of viewing it from a different perspective led to such a big development. --
-- He especially worked on this as a series which was one of the most important motifs of early 20th century
art. It shows that he had almost reached his desired goal of what he wanted to achieve as a painter. --
He was gradually recognized by his fellow painters and even poets and writers in his late years. Most importantly his thoughtful friend Pissarro introduced the art dealer Ambroise Vollard to Cezanne. He gave him his first solo exhibition in Paris in 1895. Two of his works among them were sold to the National Gallery
in Berlin, and finally he was fully appreciated by the public later.
Cezanne was described by Picasso as "My one and only master... Cezanne was like a father of us all".
His art was the foundation of modern art. Many artists started to wonder what they saw, how they saw and interpreted and what they were looking at, all because of Cezanne's amazing work. He influenced so
many Post-Impressionist artists such as Van Gogh, Gauguin, and Seurat.
Paul Cezanne is considered one of the finest artists in the history of the world. and his persistent love toward art along with nature and believing in himself all his life will touch us deeply.
who devoted what he loved the most solely with an incredibly high spirit.