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  1. Paul Cézanne “The painter gives concrete expression to his sensations , his perceptions, by means of line and color,” 1 Paul Cézanne wrote to the younger artist Émile Bernard. Throughout his decades-long career, he dedicated himself to this task, continuously experimenting with his materials and techniques in an effort to record his sensations on paper and canvas.

  2. Paul Cézanne ([pɔl se'zan]; Aix-en-Provence, 19 gennaio 1839 – Aix-en-Provence, 22 ottobre 1906) è stato un pittore francese. Appartenente alla corrente post-impressionista , il suo lavoro gettò le basi del passaggio dalla concezione ottocentesca dell'attività artistica ad una nuova e radicalmente diversa del XX secolo.

  3. Paul Cézanne (wym. [ p ɔ l s e ˈ z a n ]; ur. 19 stycznia 1839 w Aix-en-Provence , zm. 22 października 1906 tamże) – francuski malarz postimpresjonistyczny , którego twórczość stanowi pomost pomiędzy impresjonizmem i kubizmem .

  4. Paul Cézanne (Aix-en-Provence, Provença, 19 de janeiro de 1839 — Aix-en-Provence, Provença, 22 de outubro de 1906) foi um pintor pós-impressionista francês, cujo trabalho forneceu as bases da transição das concepções do fazer artístico do século XIX para a arte radicalmente inovadora do século XX.

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  6. French Post-Impressionist Paul Cézanne was one of the most influential artists in the history of modern painting. His works and ideas influenced the aesthetic development of 20th-century artists and art movements like Cubism and Fauvism. Cézanne was born on January 19, 1839, in Aix-en-Provence, France to a well-off bourgeois family.

  7. Though Paul Cézanne famously said, "I will astonish Paris with an apple," he turned away from Paris (but not from fruits) for a quiet life in Provence where he painted, as he said, "nature by means of the cylinder, the sphere and the cone." His artistic approach launched one of the four major trends in movement now defined as Post-Impressionism.

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