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Interpreting Cezanne

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Interpreting Cezanne explores the style and content of Cezanne's work and analyzes the artist's own comments about painting. Greatly influenced by the landscapes of his native Provence, the Old Masters, and, most importantly, Impressionism, Cezanne had a lasting and profound influence on 20th century art. Includes 63 illustrations, 50 in color.
Paperback, 80 pages
Published May 28th 1996 by Stewart, Tabori, & Chang (first published February 29th 1996)
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Chris Gager
Dec 03, 2011 Chris Gager rated it it was amazing
Pretty much any Cezanne book gets 5 stars. This one is very academic and wordy and I probably need to go back a read it more comprehensively. A gift from a friend.
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